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NC11-1100X500-(30TH-ROOF STY)
General column design by PROKON.
Design code : CP65 - 1999

Input tables

(GenCol Ver W2.4.01 - 01 Apr 2008)

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181.000

16.000

319.000

16.000

319.000

16.000

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1057.000
43.000
1057.000

General design parameters:


Y (mm)
Angle ()

10.000
480.000
10.000

10.000
1080.000

-10.000

10.000

-480.000
-10.000
+

43.000

16

457.000

16

457.000

16

43.000

16

43.000

16.000

457.000

16.000

43.000

16.000

457.000

16.000

43.000

16.000

457.000

16.000

43.000

16.000

457.000

16.000

43.000

16.000

457.000

16.000

43.000

16.000

457.000

16.000

181.000

16.000

Design loads:
Load
case

Designation

Ultimate limit state design loads


P (kN)

Mx top (kNm) My top (kNm) Mx bot (kNm) My bot (kNm)

Axial

3518

Axial + Mxx

3518

Axial + Myy

3518

Axial + Mecc

3518

400

300

Axial + 34kpa

3518

450

350

400
300
CP65 - 1999

-10.000
-1080.000

General design parameters:

43.000

Given:
Lo = 4.000 m
fcu = 30 MPa
fy = 460 MPa
Ac = 547990 mm

43.000
1057.000
1057.000
187.857
187.857
332.714
332.714
477.571
477.571
622.429
622.429
767.286
767.286
912.143
912.143
43.000

Assumptions:
(1) The general conditions of clause 3.8.1 are applicable.
(2) The specified design axial loads include
the self-weight of the column.
(3) The design axial loads are taken constant
over the height of the column.

Design approach:
The column is designed using an iterative procedure:
(1) An area of reinforcement is chosen.
(2) The column design charts are constructed.
(3) The corresponding slenderness moments are calculated.
(4) The design axis and design ultimate moment are determined .
(5) The design axial force and moment capacity is checked on
the relevant design chart.
(6) The safety factor is calculated for this load case.
(7) The procedure is repeated for each load case.
(8) The critical load case is identified as the case yielding the lowest
safety factor about the design axis
Through inspection:
Load case 5 (Axial + 34kpa) is critical.

1000

500

500

X/Radius or
Bar dia. (mm)

Code

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Check column slenderness:

Design ultimate load and moment:

End fixity and bracing for bending about the Design axis:
At the top end: Condition 2 (partially fixed).
At the bottom end: Condition 2 (partially fixed).
The column is unbraced.
= 1.30

Design axial load:


Pu = 3518.0 kN
Table 3.21

Effective column height:


le = Lo = 5.200 m
Check if the column is slender:
le/h = 10.4 > 10
The column is slender.

3.8.1.3

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For bending about the X-X axis, the maximum design moment is the greatest of:
(a) M2 + Maddx = 450.0 kNm
(b) emin N = 70.4 kNm
Mx = 450.0 kNm

Moments about X-X axis( kNm)


Mxtop=450.0 kNm

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3.8.3.7

Mx=450.0 kNm
Mxmin=70.4 kNm

Mxadd=0.0 kNm

Initial moments:
The initial end moments about the X-X axis:
M1 = Smaller initial end moment = 0.0 kNm
M2 = Larger initial end moment = 450.0 kNm
The initial moment near mid-height of the column :
Mi = 0.4M1 + 0.6M2 0.4M2 = 270.0 kNm

+
3.8.3.2

The initial end moments about the Y-Y axis:


M1 = Smaller initial end moment = 0.0 kNm
M2 = Larger initial end moment = 350.0 kNm
The initial moment near mid-height of the column :
Mi = 0.4M1 + 0.6M2 0.4M2 = 210.0 kNm

3.8.3.2

Deflection induced moments:

3.8.3.1

Design ultimate capacity of section under axial load only:


Nuz = 0.45 fcu Ac + 0.87 fy Asc = 9007.2 kN

Mxbot=-0.0 kNm

Mxadd=0.0 kNm

Initial

Additional

Design

For bending about the Y-Y axis, the maximum design moment is the greatest of:
(a) M2 + Maddy = 445.5 kNm
(b) emin N = 70.4 kNm
My = 445.5 kNm

Moments about Y-Y axis( kNm)

My=445.5 kNm
Mymin=70.4 kNm

Mytop=350.0 kNm

Maximum allowable stress and strain:


Allowable compression stress in steel, fsc = 0.87 fy = 400.2 MPa
Allowable tensile stress in steel, fst = 0.87 fy = 400.2 MPa
Allowable tensile strain in steel, ey = fst/Es = 0.0019 m/m
Allowable compressive strain in concrete, ec = 0.0035 m/m
For bending about the weakest axis:
Weakest axis lies at an angle of -90.00 to the X-X axis
Overall dimension perpendicular to weakest axis h-dc = 457mm
Balanced neutral axis depth, xb = ec/(ec+es) (h-dc) =295.9 mm
Nbal = 0.44 b fcu xbal + (Ast fs + Asc fsd) = 4002.4 kN
K = (Nuz - N) / (Nuz - Nbal) = 1.000 1.0
a = (1/2000) (le/h) = 0.054
Madd = N a K h = 95.5 kNm
Maddx = Madd*cos(-90.00) = 0.0 kNm
Maddy = Madd*sin(-90.00) = 95.5 kNm

3.8.3.7

Mybot=-0.0 kNm
Initial

Additional

Design

Check for miminum eccentricity:


Check that the eccentricity exceeds the minimum in the plane of bending:
Use emin = 20mm
Mmin = 70.4 kNm about the X-X axis.

3.8.2.4

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Stresses at the top end of the column for the critical load case 5

Design of column section for ULS:


The column is checked for applied moment about the design axis.
Through inspection: the critical section lies at the top end of the column.
The design axis for the critical load case 5 lies at an angle of 135.29 to the X-axis
The safety factor for the critical load case 5 is 1.53

CP65 - 1999

For bending about the design axis:

Interaction Diagram

D
0

500

-500
-1000

X
500

1200

1000

800

600

135.3

633 kNm

400

200

0.00

-200

-400

-600

-800

-1000

-1200

3518 kN

1000

Moment max = 1118 kNm @ 3320kN

Axial load (kN)

8500
8000
7500
7000
6500
6000
5500
5000
4500
4000
3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500

Bending moment (kNm)

Moment distribution along the height of the column for bending about the design axis:
At the top, Mx = 633.3 kNm
Near mid-height, Mx = 342.1 kNm
At the bottom, Mx = 95.5 kNm

Summary of design calculations:


Design table for critical load case:
Moments and Reinforcement for LC 5:Axial + 34kpa
Middle

Bottom

Madd-x

(kNm) 0.0

Top

-0.0

-0.0

Madd-y

(kNm) -95.5

0.0

95.5

Mx

(kNm) 450.0

270.0

-0.0

My

(kNm) 445.5

210.0

-95.5

M'

(kNm) 633.3

342.1

95.5

Design axis ()

135.29

142.13

90.00

Safety factor

1.53

2.01

2.26

(mm) 4021

4021

4021

0.73 %

0.73 %

2192

2192

Asc

Percentage
AsNom

0.73 %

(mm) 2192

Critical load case: LC 5

Design results for all load cases:


Load case

Axis

N (kN)

Load case 1
Axial

X-X
Y-Y

3518.0

M1 (kNm) M2 (kNm) Mi (kNm) Madd (kNm) Design


0.0
0.0

0.0
0.0

0.0
0.0

0.0
0.0

Top

M (kNm) M' (kNm)


0.0
95.7

95.7

Safety
factor
2.256

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Load case

Axis

N (kN)

M1 (kNm) M2 (kNm) Mi (kNm) Madd (kNm) Design

Load case 2
Axial + Mxx

X-X
Y-Y

3518.0

0.0
0.0

400.0
0.0

240.0
0.0

0.0
0.0

Load case 3
Axial + Myy

X-X
Y-Y

3518.0

0.0
0.0

0.0
300.0

0.0
180.0

0.0
317.6

Load case 4
Axial + Mecc

X-X
Y-Y

3518.0

0.0
0.0

400.0
300.0

240.0
180.0

0.0
0.0

Load case 5
Axial + 34kpa

X-X
Y-Y

3518.0

0.0
0.0

450.0
350.0

270.0
210.0

0.0
95.5

Load case 5 (Axial + 34kpa) is critical.

Date

M (kNm) M' (kNm)

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Safety
factor

Top

400.0
95.5

411.3

1.994

Top

0.0
395.5

395.5

1.541

Top

400.0
395.5

562.5

1.638

Top

450.0
445.5

633.3

1.534