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TechnicalSpecificationforDevelopmentofParametricPrograms forcustomizationandOptimizationofVariousCoalHandlingPlant (CHP)structures


ShortDescriptionoftender

Development of Design Automation Tools for Customization of Analysis and Optimization of various Structural components in Coal Handling Plant (CHP) like Conveyor Galleries, Trestles and Transfer Towers considering various loads and their combinations as per Indian Standard Codes using FEMAP API for parametric modeling and interfacing such tool with the available softwares such as PROKON and STAAD Pro, with auto execution for modeling, analysis including design optimization with technical reportsandBOMasperTechnicalSpecificationprovidedbyBHEL.
CHPstructuresconsistsofvarioustypesofconveyorgalleriesandtrestlesalongwith junctionhousesandotherstructuralsubsystems Astherearehugenumberofvariantsinthetypesofgalleries,trestlesandtransfertowers withvariousrequirementssuchaslengthsloadcarryingcapacities,single/doublegalleries etc,itisproposedtodevelopaparametricprogramtodevelopthemathematicalmodel andinterfacewithanalyticalpackagesandrelevantdesigncodesasperIndianStandards.

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Thetotalsystemofautomatedprogramisbasicallydividendintofollowingsections
1)GeneralGuidelines 2)Basictypesofgalleries,trestlesandtransfertowers. 3)Developmentofparametricmathematicalmodelofgalleries,trestlesandtransfertowers 4)Generationof3DMathematicalmodeland3Dframefromtheabove 5)Impositionofloadscalculatedasperrelevantcodesandconstraintsforvarious conditions 6)Developmentofinterfaceswithexistingsoftwarefortheaboveprogram 7)Afterexecutionofprograminanalysispackage,retrievalofproperties,analysisdata, forcesandmoments 8)Developmentofprogramtoreadthesevaluesintoaseparatelydevelopedcodeasper IndianStandardsandcrosscheckingforstrengthandstabilityusingthesecodes 9)Preparemodelwithrevisedpropertiesforoptimization 10)Recheckingresultsforsystemsafetyandfurtheroptimizationandcalculationof sectionalproperties 11)Preparationofbillofmaterialandcuttingdiagramsandcalculationofrawmaterial weightsetc 12)PreparationofdxffilefromanalysismodelsuitableforplottinginAutoCad.

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Thetenderisinvitedforcarryingoutdevelopmentalworkwhichwouldresultintoa customizedDesignandAnalysisToolforthespecifiedcomponentsofCoalHandlingPlant (CHP).Thebrieftechnicalscopeisasunder. 1. ComponentsConsideredareConveyorGalleries,TrestlesandTransferTowers. 2. Basic initial geometry is to be arrived at based on physical requirements of space, sizeandcapacity. 3. Development of parametric programs to convert the physical configuration into finiteelementmodelsusingFEMAPwithparametersandconstraints. 4. Finite element analysis of the component under the loading as per Indian standard Codes. This is to be done by linking the FE models to analysis packages, STAAD PRO andwithPROKON. 5. InterpretationofresultsaccordingtoIndianstandardcodes 6. Iterativeoptimization(repetitionofsteps2to5)togetacceptabledesign(Stressand deflections)fromconsiderationofweight. 7. Convertsthefinalconfigurationintodrawings,BOM,andautogenerationofdesign report. The Scope mentioned above is detailed with some more intermediate steps as mentionedbelow.

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Generalguidelinesforcustomizationfordevelopmentof Parametricprogram
1)Forcustomizationofcodesandinputofframesinprogramacontinuousinteractionwith BHELanddeveloperisrequiredforproperguidancefromtheIndentingdepartment. 2)Initially,afterplacementoforder,theDeveloperhastoworkwiththeindenting DepartmentatBHELR&DHyderabadtoformulatethedesignprocedureandprocedureto befollowedandworkshouldbecarriedoutjointlyduringthefirstphaseofdevelopment. DeveloperhastovisitR&DandstayathisownexpensesandBHELwillnotpayany expensestowardstravel,boardingandlodgingoranyothercharges. 3)Thelogicandguidancegivenforcustomizationareonlyindicativetoquantifytheamount ofworkinvolved.Thelogicofpreparingtheframesmaychangesduringthecourseof development,ifneeded.Theremaybechangesinconfigurationofstructuresduringthe courseofdevelopment,whichneedstobeconsidered. 4)ThesoftwarelogicpreparedwillbethepropertyofBHELandthesupplierordeveloper willnothaveanyrightsontheprogramsdevelopedandwillbecopywrited/patentedby BHEL 5)TheDevelopershouldmaintainstrictconfidentialityofthejointworkbeingcarriedout andshouldsigntheconfidentialityagreementbeforestartingthework. 6)Itisthedevelopersresponsibilitytotestthesoftwareandcustomizationpreparedfor typicalCHPstructuresofearlierjobsasgivenbytheindentingdepartment 7)ThedevelopershouldprovideOperatingmanualandotherprocedurestobefollowedfor executingthestructuralanalysisjobs. 8)Theinitialmodelsandparametricprogramsmustbedevelopedusingthepreprocessor andAPIprogramcapabilityofFEMAPforcheckingatBHELTheprogramsmustinterface withPROKONandSTAADProsoftwares,whichareavailableatBHELandhavetobe testedatIndentingdepartment.Thecustomizationandmodelingdatahastocarriedon theexistingsoftwares.Howeverthesupplierisfreetodeveloptheprogramsonanyother platformsuitabletohimandthesamesoftwarealongwiththefullprogramcodeistobe

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suppliedalongwiththedevelopedcodes,butfinalinterfacingmustbedonewiththeabove availablesoftwaresatBHEL(FEMAP,PROKONandSTAADPro). 9)Thesuppliermaysendsamplesofsuchdevelopedcodeforanyotherproduct/structure inaboveformatsforassessingthetechnicalsuitability,ifavailable. 10)ThedesignmustcomplywithIndianStandardcodeslikeIS800bothworkingstressand limitstatedesignsandthecodesshouldbeincorporatedintheanalyticalenginefor automaticdesignchecks 11)TheloadingsshouldfollowtherequiredIndiancodesasperIS875andIS1893(latest Versions) 12)Thedeveloperhastotesteachphaseofprogrambeforeproceedingtothenextphase 13)Therequiredeffectivelengthcalculations,Kfactordetermination,optimizationroutines withdifferentloadcombinationsasperIndiancodesmustbeincorporatedandinterfaced withtheabovementionedanalyticaltools. 14)TheInformationcontainedinTenderDocumentsisconfidentialandshouldnotbeused foranyotherpurposeotherthanforquoting/executingforthisenvisagedwork.

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Technicalspecification
GeneralIntroductionofCHPStructures: The coal Handling Plant (CHP) structures consists of various conveyor galleries carrying coal from coal yards to the bunkers in the boiler area of a thermal power plant. These galleries run from ground level to bunker level which is approximately 50 to 60metres high. TypicalLayoutofaplantisasshownbelow:
TypicalLayoutofaPowerplant

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TypicalConveyorsystem:
Theconveyorsystemdesignedtocarrycoalisgenerallyinclinedconveyorsystemwithsingleor doubleconveyorsonasinglegallery.Thelengthofeachgallerysegmentvariesbetween8mto 30minlengthandwidthsfrom4to10m.Theyaresupportedbyverticalsupportingstructurecalled trestles.Thesemaybetwoleggedtrestlesor4leggedtrestles.TypicalGalleriesrunninginacoal plantareasshownbelow:

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Asseenfromtheabovefiguresthegalleriesareofdifferentlengthsandinclinationsandtheserun fromgroundtobunkerheightwithvarioustypessupportingTrestlesinbetween.Thelocationof trestlesdependonsiteconditionsuchaslayoutofroads,pipingandlocationofotherequipment

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TypesofGalleries:
Inordertostandardizethenumberandtypesofgalleries,itisproposedtostandardizebasedonthe typicallengthsforvarioussingle/doublegalleries. ThewillbebasicallyTWOtypesofgalleriesgalleriescarryingonebeltconveyororGallerycarrying twoconveyorbeltsasshownbelow: ThecrosssectionaldetailsofSingleconveyorGalleryisasshownbelow:

ThecrosssectionaldetailsofaDoubleconveyorGalleryisasshownbelow:

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LengthsofConveyorGalleries:
Itisproposedtostandardize4lengthsofgalleriessuchas12m,18m,24mand30mforthe purposeofoptimizationanddevelopmentoftool. Thetypicalarrangementofsingleconveyorgalleryisasshownbelow:

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SimilarlytypicalDoubleConveyorgalleriesareshownbelow:

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Design Guidelines

The overhead gallery girder consists of two vertical latticed girder connected with two end portal. Cross beams supporting walkway runner & conveyor stringer made of plate girder connecting the bottom chords of the vertical girder. The roof trusses supporting the purlins are connecting the top chord of the vertical girder. The top & bottom plan of the gallery girder are horizontally braced with V bracings. A space frame model is required to be preparedontheabovebasisforanalysis Conveyor gallery girdersare to be designed asa pair of girders,bracedat top and bottom levels. A gallery consists of two girders of depth approx 2.8m ,braced at top and bottom chord levels to transmit loads to end portals which in turn connected to trestles. Roof truss is provided at upper end points @ 3 m c/c to form an enclosure. Cross beams at bottom chord level spanning between the two girders is provided to support walk way and conveyor supportingstructures Typicalarrangementisasshowninabovefigures.

DevelopmentToolRequirement:
The design Optimization GUI based development tool to be prepared for each type of gallery, trestle and transfer tower. Initial Model to be prepared using FEMAP API for checking and interfacing. The parameterized mathematical model has to be developed using the FEMAP API program only. Other modes of development are not acceptable. The model has to be developed for different optimum configurations of various types of structures. For example there API programsofa12mgalleryofasingleconveyorsystemwillbedifferenttothatofa12mgallery structurefordoubleconveyorsystem. Themathematicalmodeldevelopedbythetoolhastobeintegratedwithanalyticalsoftwares PROKON and STAAD Pro for analysis, design and Optimization automatically without user intervention. TheDetailsAre:
1) For Single Conveyor and Double Conveyor Systems

TheprogramhastobedevelopedforeachoftheGallerylengths a)12minlength b)18minLength

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c)24minlength.and d)30mlength The mathematical models prepared will also depend on the type of material to be carried. Thestructure may differ for carrying coalfrom that to carry Ligniteetc(For Lignite carrying gallerythecablesetcaretobeplacedoutsidetheconveyorstructure). Thefollowingvariablesneedtobeconsideredforthedevelopmentofmathematicalmodel A)CoalfeedingratesVariablesare BoilerSpecificationsuchas110MW,250MWor500MWBoilerwithfeedingratesof 400,600,800,1200,1400,1600,1800and2000Tonnes/Hr(Add20%ExtraLoad) B) Inclination of Conveyor from 0 to 15Deg in steps of 1 degree. (The load on walk way increasesforinclinationsmorethan10degduetothepresenceofstepsinsteadoffloor) C)TheendofPortaltobesuitablydesignedfortheaboveinclination D)BeltspeedProgramshouldinputvariablebeltspeedforeachgallery. E)Walkwayfollowingtobeconsidered i)Singlesidewalkway ii) Walkway on both sides of conveyor ( may be of different widths) for single conveyor systemand iii) For double conveyor system , the walk ways in the middle as well as at end to be considered The walk ways on both sides may differ in widths ( Variable width walk way to be considered) F)Inclusionofsealplatelengthandweightofcoaltobeconsidered G)DeckPlatetobeconsideredanddustloadtobeconsidered H) Variable wind load as per the height of gallery ( Height at which it has to be erected is a parameter) I)SiteLocation J)windspeedsasperIS875 K)SeismicloadsasperIS1893 L)Otherparametersasrequiredbythesiteconditionsandcustomerrequirement.

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Design Codes to be Followed :

IS:875(Part2)1987CodeofpracticeofDesignLoad(Otherthanearthquake)for Building&structureImposedLoads IS:875(Part3)1987CodeofpracticeofDesignLoad(Otherthanearthquake)for Building&structureWindLoads IS18932002Part1andIS18932005PartIVforseismicloads IS:8002007CodeofpracticeforGeneralConstructionofSteel BothworkingstressandLimitstatedesignneedtobechecked IS:8081989DimensionforHotRolledSteelBeams,Column,Channel&AngleSection IS115922000CodeofPracticeforSelectionanddesignofBeltConveyors LoadParameters Thedetailedloadcalculationparameterstobeconsideredareasgivenbelow
DataTobeconsideredforLoadCalculations 1.A 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) DepthofGallery WidthofPanel RoofSlope Beltwidth DesignCapacity BeltSpeed Wt.ofBelt(Carrying+Return) Wt.ofIdler(Carrying+Return) Wt.ofStringer,ShortPost,Etc. Wt.ofHandrail(assumed) Wt.ofLightingArrangements Wt.ofCableTray Wt.ofFirefightingpipe Wt.ofServicewaterpipe Wt.ofDSWaterpipe DesignDataandVariables

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16) B.

Wt.ofpotablewaterpipe

17)BasicWindSpeed LoadonGallery: 1) WindLoad: Basicwindspeedbasedonsitelocation

DesignWindspeedshouldbecalculatedfordifferentheightsasperfactors k1,k2(andvarieswithHeight)andk3ofIS:875Part3 DesignWindpressurefordifferentheightstobecalculated Vzforupto10.0mheight Vzfor10to15mheight Vzfor15to20mheight Vzfor20to30mheight Vzfor30to40mheight Vzfor40to50mheight Vzfor50to60mheight Vzfor60to70mheight Vzfor70to80mheightneedtobecalculated 2) HereCapacityoftheconveyor(TonnesperHourTPH)tobeconsidered Thenwt.ofmaterialonbeltpermeterlengthtobecalculatedbasedontheBeltSpeed OtherParametersareWeightofbeltandconsider10%extra(asperIS11592)thencomputeTotal Materialweightonbelt. 3) 4) 5) LiveLoadonWalkway: AspercodeLLonwalkway LiveLoadonSealPlate: LiveLoadonsealplate LiveLoadonDeckPlate: LiveLoadondeckplate Widthofeachdeckplate andLLfromeachdeckplatetobecomputed MaterialLoad:

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6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11)

WeightofPipe: Totalweightofservicewaterpipe TotalweightofDSwaterpipe Totalweightofpotablewaterpipe LoadofCableTray: TotalWeightofCableTrayongalleryistobeconsidered Then,loadononesidegallerygirderduetocabletrayiscomputed Then,loadonotherside(pipeside)gallerygirderisalsotobecomputed LoadonRoof: Hereroofslopetobeconsidered a)LiveLoad=AsperIS.875Part2LLonroof b)DustLoad=AsperDustLoad HenceUDLonroofistobecomputed LoadofLightingArrangement: Hereloadoflightingarrangementforperlightpointistobeconsidered LoadofFireFightingArrangement: LoadofFirefightingarrangementattwojointsineachrooftrusstobeconsidered DeadLoadonGallerytobecomputedconsidering Selfweightofroofsheeting Selfweightofsidesheeting Selfweightofpurinsandsiderunner Selfweightofchequeredplate Selfweightofdeckplate Selfweightofsealplatewithstiffener Selfweightofothermembersshallbetakenasapplicabletotherespective membersasperIS.808

12) Conveyorloadstandsfordeadloadofconveyor Weightofidler(Carrying+return) Wtofstringer,Sh.Post,etc. Wt.ofdeckplate Conveyorloadcalculationsshouldconsider

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C. I.

13)

Wt.ofHandrail Wt.ofsidehandrail Wt.ofotherhandrail.

LoadCalculation: DEADLOAD(DL): 1) InternalPanel: Loadintensityoneffectivewidthoftruss 2) Loadonfloor: DLon0.8mwideright/leftwalkwayand0.175mwidesealplatesupporting memberswiths/w

DLfrom0.175mwidesealplateand2.05mwidesealplatesupportingmembers DLfrom1mwidemiddlewalkwayand0.175mwidesealplatesupportingmembers withs/w Totalweightofconv.(excludingbeltwt.) Loadfromeachshortpost/sidetobecalculatedbasedonShortpostspacing 4) ConveyorLoad: Loadintensityistobeassumedtobeactingon sidesheeting LoadonInternalPortion: loadontopandbottomnodesofeachverticalstobecomputed LoadonPortal Loadontopandbottomnodesofeachverticalstobecomputed 3) Loadofsidesheetingandsiderunner: DLonbottomchordmembersfrom0.175widesealplate

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II. LIVELOAD(LL): 1) LoadintensityassumedtobeactingonInternalPannelandtransferredtothe trusses 2) LLon0.8mwideright/leftwalkwayand0.175mwidesealplatesupporting members LLfrom0.175mwidesealplateand2.05mwidesealplatesupportingmembers LLfrom1mwidemiddlewalkwayand0.175mwidesealplatesupportingmembers Loadintensityofcabletrayononegirdertobeconsidered 5) LoadfromCableTray: Weightofservicewaterpipetobeconsidered WeightofDSwaterpipetobeconsidered Weightofpotablewaterpipetobeconsidered 3) TotalMaterialweightofconv.(beltwt.+liveloadondeckplate) 4) Loadfrompipe: Loadfromeachshortpost/sideiscalculatedbasedonShortpostspacing MaterialWeight: LLonbottomchordmembersfrom0.175widesealplate Loadonfloor: LoadonRoof: Wt.ofsidehandrail Wt.ofotherhandrail Loadfromhandrail(otherthansideHR)tobeconsidered 5) Loadfromhandrail:

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III.

6) 7)

Loadintensityofcabletrayonotherside(pipeside) girdertobeconsidered LoadfromLightingArrangement: 30kgoneachnode LoadfromFireFightingPipeLine: WeightofFireFightingpipetobeconsidered.

WINDLOAD:AsperIS.875(Part.3) 1) LoadonRoof: Basedonheightandwidthofthegallery Andangleofroof WindpressurecoefficientsforrooftobecalculatedasperIS875(Part3)and Whenwindblowsacrosstheconv. Whenwindblowsalongtheconv.

Consider

ThepressurecoefficientstobecalculatedonWindwardSideandLeewardsidewithdifferent configurationstobecomputed. Fromthis,UDLonRooftrussandendpanelsaretobecomputed Considerheight,widthandlengthofthegallery Computethefollowingloadcases Whenwindisblowingacrosstheconv. Windwardside(onTopsupport) Windloadonverticals(IntermediatePanels) Windpressureinwindwardside Windpressureinleewardside andcalculatetheWindpressurecoefficientsforroofasperIS875 Whenwindblowsacrosstheconv.andWhenwindblowsalongtheconv. 2) LoadonSideSheeting:

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Windwardside(Bottomsupport) Leewardside(onTopsupport) Leewardside(Bottomsupport) WindloadonPortal Windwardside(Topsupport) Windwardside(Bottomsupport) Leewardside(Topsupport) Leewardside(Bottomsupport)

Whenwindisblowingalongtheconv. WindLoadontheportals(Topsupport) WindLoadontheportals(Bottomsupport) (BothwindwardandLeewarddirectionareoppositeinsign) windpressureinperpendiculardirectiontowindflow ForIntermediatePanels WindLoadontheverticals(Topsupport) WindLoadontheverticals(Bottomsupport) ForEndPortal

Otherloadstobeconsideredare
SeismicloadsasperIS1893ifapplicable

SummationofLoadcasesandLoadcombinationstobeconsideredforanalysisanddesign
************************************************ LOAD1[DL] ************************************************ SELFWEIGHT *****LoadonRoof: JOINTLOAD MEMBERLOAD *****LoadonFloor ****DLonleftwalkwayandsealplatesupportingmembers *******DLonrightwalkwayandsealplatesupportingmembers ****DLonBottomchordmembersfromSealplate *****DLfromsealplateandsealplatesupportingmembers ***DLfrommiddlewalkwayandsealplatesupportingmembers ****LoadofsideSheetingandSideRunner: ***ConveyorLoad: *****Loadfromhandrail

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*****WtofotherHandrail *******LoadofsideHandrail ************************************************ LOAD2[LL] ************************************************ *********LoadonRoof: JOINTLOAD MEMBERLOAD *****LoadonFloor *****LLonleftwalkwaysealplatesupportingmembers ****LLonrightwalkwayandsealplatesupportingmembers *****LLonBottomchordmembersfromSealplate MEMBERLOAD *****LLfromsealplateandsealplatesupportingmembers ****LLfrommiddlewalkwayandsealplatesupportingmembers ****MaterialLoad: MEMBERLOAD ****LoadfromPipes: ****LoadfromCableTray: *****LoadfromLightingArrangement: JOINTLOAD *****LoadfromFireFightingPipeLine: MEMBERLOAD LOAD3[WL(+X)] ************************************************ ******LoadonRoof: *****loadonrooftrusses JOINTLOAD *****LoadonSideSheeting: ****Windwardside MEMBERLOAD LOAD4[WL(X)] ************************************************ ******LoadonRoof: *****loadonrooftrusses JOINTLOAD *****LoadonSideSheeting: ****Windwardside ****leewardside ************************************************ LOAD5[WL(+Z)] ************************************************ ******LoadonRoof: JOINTLOAD *****LoadonSideSheeting: ****Windwardside MEMBERLOAD ***leewardside ************************************************ LOAD6[WL(Z)] ************************************************

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******LoadonRoof: JOINTLOAD *****LoadonSideSheeting: ****Windwardside MEMBERLOAD ***leewardside ************************************************ FollowingLoadcombinationstobeconsideredinanalysis LOADCOMB101[DL+LL] 11.021.0 LOADCOMB1020.75[DL+LL+WL(+X)] 10.7520.7530.75 LOADCOMB1030.75[DL+LL+WL(X)] 10.7520.7540.75 LOADCOMB1040.75[DL+LL+WL(+Z)] 10.7520.7550.75 LOADCOMB1050.75[DL+LL+WL(Z)] 10.7520.7560.75 LOADCOMB106[0.9DL+WL(+X)] 10.931.0 LOADCOMB107[0.9DL+WL(X)] 10.941.0 LOADCOMB108[0.9DL+WL(+Z)] 10.951.0 LOADCOMB109[0.9DL+WL(Z)] 10.961.0 *************************************************

MathematicalmodelInputrequirements
Themathematicalmodelpreparedshouldhave NodalData MemberconnectivityData MembersectionalDatabaseofallthedifferenttypesofsections(Standardrolledaswellasbuiltup sections) Membermaterialspecifications Memberendreleasedata Membertrussinformation Supportspecificationinappropriatecoordinatesystem(shouldconsiderinclinedgalleriesandits inclinedsupports) Loadingdataasspecifiedabove DesignParametersfordesignofmembersasperIS800like Effectivelengthofeachmemberinbothdirectionsfordesign CodeparameterslikeKY,KZ,LY,LZ

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Designdeflectionlimits Designallowableyieldstress Neteffectiveallowableinteractionfactorsforwind/seismicaswellasDeadloadcases Analysisanddesigncommands Automated iterative procedure for carrying out Optimization The Optimization run to be carried out inside the softwares ( PROKON and STAAD Pro) The programs should choose automatically the required section from the software database of similar sections and perform the optimization interactively to get best possible weight reduction to satisfy the relevant codes of practice under considerations.(theOptimized sectionsizesmaybedifferentforIS800workingstresscodeandto that of IS 800 Limit state design for a given problem). The main requirement of developed tool is that the complete optimization runs to be carried inside the PROKON and STAAD Pro without any userintervention.

Theoutputshouldinclude
Designresultswithinteractionfactorsorreservestrengthavailableforeachmember Theoptimizedsectionsizesand Steelrequirementtablessectionwiseandplatethicknesswiseifapplicable. *PROKONisregisteredsoftwareofM/s Prokon Software Consultants (Pty) Ltd, South Africa *FEMAPisregisteredpre/postprocessorsoftwareofM/sSiemens *STAADProisregisteredsoftwareofM/sBentleyLtd

Designofvariousothermembers: Designofvariousothermemberswhicharenotthepartofanalyticalmodelneedto designedseparately. Suchmembersare:Siderunners,Conveyorsupportingmembers,Sidewalkwaysupporting member,purlinsandothermembers


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AnalysisandDesignChecksandOptimization 1) Calculate the seismic coefficients and loading as per IS1893 and impose the loadings in both horizontal directions as separate load cases in the preprocessor if seismic analysis is required. 2)generatedifferentloadcombinationsasperIS800 3) Calculate effective lengths of each of column members in both X and Z directions ( Y is verticaldirection) 4)Executethejobforalltheloadcases 5)CodechecktheresultsasperIS800workingstressandlimitstatedesign 6) Optimize or resize /modify the properties as per code check results and rerun and recheckandrepeatifnecessary 7)Calculateapprox.weightofstructurebasedonanalysiswithdetailssuchas weightofmemberspropertywise 8)CalculateRawmaterialweightifdifferentfromabove 9)DesignBaseplateandnumberandsizeoffixingbolts 10) Compute final weight and also report consolidated weights as per thicknesses and sizes 11)ExportvariousfigurestoAutocadorDXFfiles 12)Preparationofcompletereportautomatically 13)Thedevelopedtoolalongwithsourcecodetobesubmitted 14)InstallationandUsermanualtobepreparedandsubmitted

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SoftwaretoolRequirementforGalleries
The following tools to be developed based on the above logic and instructions for calculationofloadsforpreparationof mathematicalmodel andforanalysisanddesignwith finaloptimizedstructure.(GUIbasedDesign)inasinglestokeofinputs. Automated Development tool ( for seamless execution at the push of a button) to be developedfor 1)SingleConveyorGalleryStructureoflength12musingPROKON 2)SingleConveyorGalleryStructureoflength12musingSTAADPro 3)SingleConveyorGalleryStructureoflength18musingPROKON 4)SingleConveyorGalleryStructureoflength18musingSTAADPro 5)SingleConveyorGalleryStructureoflength24musingPROKON 6)SingleConveyorGalleryStructureoflength24musingSTAADPro 7)SingleConveyorGalleryStructureoflength30musingPROKON 8)SingleConveyorGalleryStructureoflength30musingSTAADPro 9)DoubleConveyorGalleryStructureoflength12musingPROKON 10)DoubleConveyorGalleryStructureoflength12musingSTAADPro 11)DoubleConveyorGalleryStructureoflength18musingPROKON 12)DoubleConveyorGalleryStructureoflength18musingSTAADPro 13)DoubleConveyorGalleryStructureoflength24musingPROKON 14)DoubleConveyorGalleryStructureoflength24musingSTAADPro 15)DoubleConveyorGalleryStructureoflength30musingPROKON 16)DoubleConveyorGalleryStructureoflength30musingSTAADPro All the above tools should be prepared with the parameters (like different inclinations, differentloadsonbelt,differentwindloadsetc)asmentionedinthisspecification. The analytical model data is to be prepared initially ( in FEMAP API language) should be checked and approved by the indenting department before proceeding with the process of analyzing and interfacing with the analytical softwares for design and optimization with automation.

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Part2SpecificationforTrestles
Similarly the trestles on which the above galleries rest, have to be designed with appropriatesystemconfigurations. TheGalleriesaresupportedmainlyonTWOtypesofTrestles a)DoubleleggedTrestleand b)FourleggedTrestle Typicalarrangementofthesetrestlesisasshownbelow:

Thespacingwilldependontheconfigurationoflayout,gallerylengthsetc. ThetrestleswidthwillbedifferentforSingleconveyorgalleryandthatforDoubleconveyorgallery. Typicaltwoleggedtrestlesandtheirarrangementisshownbelow:

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As seen from the above the height of Trestle and its configuration varies depending on the location andheights. Typical4leggedTrestlesareasshownbelow:

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Thedesignoftrestleisbasedonthefollowingparameters: ForTWOLEGGEDTRESTLE Heightofthetrestle=inm

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WidthofbaseOftrestleinm(DifferentforSingleandDoubleConveyorsystem) LoadcomingfromSideLHSandRHSlongGalleries DeadLoad= LiveLoad= For LHS Gallery design wind pressure considered, for a given height ( to be taken from Gallery Calculations) and here wind pressure to be considered , along the height of trestle ( different values for different heights) Similarly For RHS Gallery design wind pressure considered, for a given height ( to be taken from GalleryCalculations) and here wind pressure to be considered , along the height of trestle ( different values for different heights) Hence,totalWindLoadtobecomputed Horizontal(max) Horizontal(min) Vertical(max) Vertical(min) Therefore,UDL,windloadtobeconsideredas(Forupto10.0mheight) (For10.0mto15.0mheight) (For15.0mto20.0mheight) (For20.0mto30.0mheight) (For30.0mto40.0mheight) (For40.0mto50.0mheight) And Calculate wind Pressure , Pz (For up to 10.0 m height) for Class ? Structure and Terrian Category?asperIndianDesigncodes Pz(For10.0mto15.0mheight)forClass?StructureandTerrianCategory? Pz(For15.0mto20.0mheight)forClass?StructureandTerrianCategory? Pz(For20.0mto30.0mheight)forClass?StructureandTerrianCategory?

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Pz(For30.0mto40.0mheight)forClassBStructureandTerrianCategory2 Pz(For40.0mto50.0mheight)forClassBStructureandTerrianCategory2 max.Min.loadstobecomputed ThencheckforrhorizontaldeflectionofTrestlefromtheoutputtobe.<L/1000 Calculatethebaseplateandshearkeydetailsaspercodes

DESIGNOFTRESTLESBaseplate VerticalDLUnitintonesandLLalongwithWL(for()Z)tobeconsidered Maximumbearingpressureonconcrete,tobecomputedaspercode andshouldbelessthanallowablebearingcapacity. Thefoundationboltsaretobedesignedaspertherequirement. Consideringxnosbolttensionperboltiscomputed DesignofBolt: Heremaximumtensionperbolt DesignofShearKey:Here,maximumshearperlegisconsidered ConsideringxxxmmwideXxxxmmdeepshearkeywithxxmmthk.andcheck groutingBMatthebottomfaceofbaseplateanddesignthekey Similarly4leggedTrestlehastobedesigned. FOURLEGGEDTRESTLEconsideredparametersare: Heightofthetrestle WidthofbasealongZdirection WidthofbasealongX ForLoadcalculationfromLHSandRHSgallerytobetaken

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i)DeadLoadandLiveLoad LoadoneachlegcomingfromeachRHSmlongGallery DeadLoad LiveLoad LoadoneachlegcomingfromeachLHSmlongGallery Dead LiveLoadoneachlegcomingfromlonggallery Hence,totalWindLoadtobecomputed Horizontal(max) Horizontal(min) Vertical(max) Vertical(min) Therefore,UDL,windloadtobeconsideredas(Forupto10.0mheight) (For10.0mto15.0mheight) (For15.0mto20.0mheight) (For20.0mto30.0mheight) (For30.0mto40.0mheight) (For40.0mto50.0mheight) And Calculate wind Pressure , Pz (For up to 10.0 m height) for Class ? Structure and Terrian Category?asperIndianDesigncodes Pz(For10.0mto15.0mheight)forClass?StructureandTerrianCategory? Pz(For15.0mto20.0mheight)forClass?StructureandTerrianCategory? Pz(For20.0mto30.0mheight)forClass?StructureandTerrianCategory? Pz(For30.0mto40.0mheight)forClassBStructureandTerrianCategory2 Pz(For40.0mto50.0mheight)forClassBStructureandTerrianCategory2 max.Min.loadstobecomputed ThencheckforrhorizontaldeflectionofTrestlefromtheoutputtobe.<L/1000

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Calculatethebaseplateandshearkeydetailsaspercodes

DESIGNOFTRESTLESBaseplate VerticalDLUnitintonesandLLalongwithWL(for()Z)tobeconsidered Maximumbearingpressureonconcrete,tobecomputedaspercode andshouldbelessthanallowablebearingcapacity. Thefoundationboltsaretobedesignedaspertherequirement. Consideringxnosbolttensionperboltiscomputed DesignofBolt: Heremaximumtensionperbolt DesignofShearKey:Here,maximumshearperlegisconsidered ConsideringxxxmmwideXxxxmmdeepshearkeywithxxmmthk.andcheck groutingBMatthebottomfaceofbaseplateanddesigntheshearkeyaccordingly.

SoftwaretoolRequirementforTrestles
The following tools to be developed based on the above logic and instructions for calculationofloadsforpreparationof mathematicalmodel andforanalysisanddesignwith final optimized structure.( GUI based Design) As in earlier case the initial mathematical modeltobedevelopedandinterfacedinFEMAPAPI. AutomatedDevelopmenttool(forseamlessexecutionatthepushofabutton)for 1)2leggedTrestleStructureofHeightsupto25mforSingleConveyorusingPROKON 2)2leggedTrestleStructureofHeightsupto25mforSingleConveyorusingSTAADPro 3)2leggedTrestleStructureofHeightsabove25mforSingleConveyorusingPROKON

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4)2leggedTrestleStructureofHeightsabove25mforSingleConveyorusingSTAADPro 5)4leggedTrestleStructureofHeightsupto25mforSingleConveyorusingPROKON 6)4leggedTrestleStructureofHeightsupto25mforSingleConveyorusingSTAADPro 7)4leggedTrestleStructureofHeightsabove25mforSingleConveyorusingPROKON 8)4leggedTrestleStructureofHeightsabove25mforSingleConveyorusingSTAADPro 9)2leggedTrestleStructureofHeightsupto25mforDoubleConveyorusingPROKON 10)2leggedTrestleStructureofHeightsupto25mforDoubleConveyorusingSTAADPro 11)2leggedTrestleStructureofHeightsabove25mforDoubleConveyorusingPROKON 12)2leggedTrestleStructureofHeightsabove25mforDoubleConveyorusingSTAADPro 13)4leggedTrestleStructureofHeightsupto25mforDoubleConveyorusingPROKON 14)4leggedTrestleStructureofHeightsupto25mforDoubleConveyorusingSTAADPro 15)4leggedTrestleStructureofHeightsabove25mforDoubleConveyorusingPROKON 16)4leggedTrestleStructureofHeightsabove25mforDoubleConveyorusingSTAADPro The analytical model data is to be prepared initially ( in FEMAP API language) should be checked and approved by the indenting department before proceeding with the process of analyzing and interfacing with the analytical softwares for design and optimization with automation.

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Part3SpecificationforTransferTowers
Similarly the transfer towers on which the above galleries rest, have to be designed with appropriatesystemconfigurations. TheTransfertowersaresupportedmainlyonTWOtypesoftransferpoints a)Type1BunkerTransferPointStructurefor500MWBoilersand b)Type2BunkerTransferPointStructurefor600MWBoilers ThesewillforDoubleconveyorsystemforthepresent Typicalarrangementofthesetrestlesisasshownbelow:

TypicalArrangementofaTransferTower

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TypicalCrosssectionsatTopsectionofTransferTowers

TypicalSideviewsofTransferTowers ThedesignofTransferTowersisbasedonthefollowingparameters: HeightoftheTower=inm WidthofbaseOfTPinm(forDoubleConveyorsystem) LoadcomingfromSideLHSandRHSlongGalleries

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DeadLoad LiveLoad For Gallery design wind pressure considered, for a given height ( to be taken from Gallery Calculations) and here wind pressure to be considered , along the height of trestle ( different values for different heights) Hence,totalWindLoadtobecomputedalongtheheightofTower Horizontal(max) Horizontal(min) Vertical(max) Vertical(min) AndCalculatewindPressure,PzforClassxStructureandTerrianCategoryx Andmax.Min.loadstobecomputed ThencheckforrhorizontaldeflectionofTPfromtheoutputtobe.<L/1000 Calculatethebaseplateandshearkeydetailsaspercodes DESIGNOFTRESTLESBaseplate VerticalDLUnitintonesandLLalongwithWL(for()Z)tobeconsidered Maximumbearingpressureonconcrete,tobecomputedaspercode andshouldbelessthanallowablebearingcapacity. Thefoundationboltsaretobedesignedaspertherequirement. ConsideringXnosbolttensionperboltiscomputed DesignofBolt:Heremaximumtensionperbolttobeconsidered DesignofShearKey:Here,maximumshearperlegisconsidered ConsideringxxxmmwideXxxxmmdeepshearkeywithxxxmmthk.andcheck groutingBMatthebottomfaceofbaseplateanddesigntheshearkey.

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SoftwaretoolRequirementforTransferTowers

The following tools to be developed based on the above logic and instructions for calculationofloadsforpreparationof mathematicalmodel andforanalysisanddesignwith final optimized structure.( GUI based Design) considering interference free column joints ( 1000mm away from floors), chute loads, machinery loads. As in earlier case the initial mathematicalmodeltobedevelopedandinterfacedinFEMAPAPI. Alsodesignhastobequalifiedandcheckedfornaturalfrequencyofthesystem AutomatedDevelopmenttool(forseamlessexecutionatthepushofabutton)for 1)Type1BunkerTPStructurefor500MWBoilerDoubleConveyorusingPROKON 2))Type1BunkerTPStructurefor500MWBoilerDoubleConveyorusingSTAADPro 3))Type2BunkerTPStructurefor600MWBoilerDoubleConveyorusingPROKON 4)Type2BunkerTPStructurefor600MWBoilerDoubleConveyorusingSTAADPro The analytical model data is to be prepared initially ( in FEMAP API language) should be checked and approved by the indenting department before proceeding with the process of analyzing and interfacing with the analytical softwares for design and optimization with automation.

CombinedPrograms:
Finally2softwaretoolsaretobedevelopedoneachforPROKONandSTAADProcombining the required number of galleries and trestles as a single file for execution considering the loadsfromgalleries,windloadsandseismicloadsetc. Tool 1 Combine 4 to6 galleries with trestles and transfer towers. if required as per the plantlayoutrequirementusingPROKONSoftware Tool 2 Combine 4 to6 galleries with trestles and transfer towers. if required as per the plantlayoutrequirementusingSTAADProSoftware

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General:
Alltheabovetoolsshouldbepreparedwiththeparameters(likedifferentheights,different loadsduetowind,differentgalleryloadsetc)asmentionedinthisspecification. There will a total of 38 different tools ( 16 for Galleries, 16 for Trestles and 4 for Transfer Towers) Plus 2 programs for combined entries of galleries and trestles for PROKON and STAADPro. The analytical model data is to be prepared initially ( in FEMAP API) and should be checked andapprovedbytheindentingdepartmentbeforeproceedingwiththeprocessofanalyzing andinterfacingwiththeanalyticalsoftwaresfordesignandoptimizationwithautomation. Finallyacommon GUIistobepreparedtochooseappropriatetypeof structureeitherfora gallery or for trestle, then choose for single or double conveyor system before proceeding further for choosing length of gallery or height of trestle as the case may be. The project datalikeloads,inclinationsetcshouldthenbechoseninasteppedmannerforcreatingthe mathematical model. The analysis has to be carried out, design and optimization be done seamlessly and automatically without user intervention by interfacing the code developed withtheanalysisprogramsasgivenabove. The output will be optimum design of the structure with relevant sectional data and required drawings in AutoCAD DXF file formats and with automatic generation of required report.

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DeliveryScheme:
The delivery of the developed tools must be made in a proper stepped delivery ( delivery inparts)forimmediateimplementationoftheprogramsatBHELfortheiruse Stage1: a) PreliminaryGUIforinputdata: The typical GUI screens consist of different parameter to be input for proper mathematicalmodelingandanalysisrequirements Typical Forms required ( not limited to those shown as an example here) are as shownbelow:

The above form should have links to show basic wind speed map and values of various Indian Cities as per IS 875 code and also show the seismic zones Indian map andzonefactorsforvariouscitiesinIndiaasperIS1893codeofIndia The First form should also include option for designing Trestles or Galleries or Transfertowers(Onlyfirsttwoareshownaboveasanexample) Nextformwilldependonthechosenstructure,itcanbeforgalleriesorforTrestles orTransfertowers A typical input data forms are shown below for Galleries ( please note that the variables shown in the figures are tentative and will depend on the actual problem, theymemorevariablesorlessthanshownbelow)

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The above format shows only for 12m 18m and 24m galleries , the option to design 30m gallery as per earlier specification also has to be included and also model generationinFEMAPalsotobeincluded.Theremaybeotherparametersneedtobe includedduringthecourseofinteraction.

The above shows a typical input sheet and There may be other parameters need to beincludedasperrequirementofloadcalculationsandmodelpreparation.Similarly different forms for Trestles and Transfer Towers need to be prepared taking into considerations all the possible input data as required for correct mathematical modelingandpreparationofdesigndatainputfiles. There will certain number of inputs as default values and the user should be able to modifythesevalueswithpropercheckbuttoncontrols.Controlsarealsorequiredto movebackandforththeforms.

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Stage1b) ThemathematicalmodelShouldconsistof(butnotlimitedtothefollowing) i)nodalCoordinates ii)memberconnectivity, iii)preparationofdatabaseofallthesectionsasperIndianCodes, iv)identificationoftrusselementsandmemberendreleasecodes, v)supportandmaterialspecifications, vi)materialspecifications vii)identificationofmemberswithpropersectionwithsectionaldatabasetables. Stage2 2i)calculationofeffectivelengthsofvariousmembersaspertheirendconnections, 2ii)DeadLoadcalculations 2iii)Liveloadcalculations, 2iv)WindloadcalculationsasperIS875code 2v)Seismicloadgeneration,ifrequiredasperIS1893 2vi)Allotherloadsandrelevantloadcombinationsaspercodalrequirements(IS800) 2vii)GenerationofvariousparametersrequiredforIS800codecheck 2viii)Impositionofloadsinthemodelandcreationofdifferentloadsandtheircombinations asrequiredbyIndianDesigncodesofpractice. Stage2 2ix)Automaticcreationofinputfilesasrequiredfordifferentsoftwaresmentionedabove 2x)Automaticexecutionofanalyticalmodelandtabulatingtherequiredforcesand momentsrequiredforcodecheckingasperIS800 2xi)Findingoutthereservestrengthandcarryouttheoptimizationautomaticallywithinthe GUIpreparedwithoutanyuserinterventionwiththeavailabledatabaseofsectionalsizesas specifiedbyBHEL 2xii)PreparationoffinalOptimizedinputfilesandrunningautomaticallyandtabulatingthe resultsofcodechecks 2xiii)Calculationofbillofmaterialandrawmaterialrequirements 2xiv)Preparationofdesignreportautomaticallywithallthetablesofinputaswellasout putresultsandcodecheckresultswithBOM 2xv)PreparationofdxffilesofmodelforuseinAutoCAD

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Deliveryschedule DeliveryPart1)FirstPhasetobecompletedwithin12weeksafterplacementofPurchase orderconsistsof Ofstage1criteriaabovepartaandinpart(b)upto(i)to(vii)thedetailsofmathematicalmodeland toolforgeneratingthemodelinFEMAPforthefollowing a)4typesofSingleconveyorgalleriesfor12m,18m,24mand30mlengthgalleries(4GUI programsforinFEMAP) b)4typesofDoubleconveyorgalleriesfor12m,18m,24mand30mlengthgalleries(4GUI programsforinFEMAP) DeliveryPart2)Similartoolsfor
2typesof2leggedtrestlesforSingleConveyorsystem(2GUIPrograms) 2typesof2leggedtrestlesforDoubleConveyorsystem(2GUIPrograms) 2typesof4leggedtrestlesforSingleConveyorsystem(2GUIPrograms) 2typesof4leggedtrestlesforDoubleConveyorsystem(2GUIPrograms) DeliveryPart1andPart2asabovetobesubmittedinFEMAPAPIformattoolwithin16weeks afteraboveperiod

DeliveryPart3)Preparationofotherdatasuchaseffectivelengthcalculations,load
calculationsasperStage2itoStage2ViiiandpreparationofinputfilesinPROKONandintegrating withPROKONsoftwarewithin12weeksafterdeliveryofabovewithvalidation(fromBHEL)for Galleries,within8weeksforTrestlesandwithin16weeksforTransfertowersincludingtherequired GUIPrograms

DeliveryPart4)Preparationofinputfileandintegratingwithotherstandardsoftwareslike
STAADPro,DesigncheckswithPROKONandSTAADPro,Automaticrunsforgenerationof Optimizedstructures(2ixto2xiii),Validationofallfilesofgalleries,trestlesandTransfertowersetc tobedeliveredwithin12weeksafterpart3above

DeliveryPart5)DeliveryoffinalpartConsistingofoneFinalGUI(OneeachforPROKONand
STAADPro)incorporatingalltheaboverequiredmodulesandsubmissionofUsermanuals,details ofsoftwarecodes,listoffilesgeneratedasrequiredinthespecificationsetctobesubmittedwithin 12weeksafterPart4delivery.ThisshouldincludetheFinalGUIforcombinedStructuralSystemof Galleries,trestlesandTransferTowersasperlayoutforPROKONandSTAADPro TheabovedeliveryperiodsaretobeadheredstrictlyinordertocompletetheProjectintime.

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