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ADVANCED FEATURES

RCDC
ADVANCED FEATURES
 General
 Column
 Beam
 Footing
 Pile-cap
 Slab
ADVANCED FEATURES
 General Features
 Column • UI screen : Multi-Tasking
• Data Portability
 Beam
• Ignore Element
 Footing • Load case and Load Combination
• Update Analysis
 Pile-cap
• Crack Width as per IS and IRS
 Slab
USER INTERTACE : MULTI WINDOW
USER INTERTACE : MULTI WINDOW
USER INTERTACE : On Screen Click & Edit
DATA PORTABILITY
 Changes made in one element can be import to other element

Slabs : Beam size, Level and Mark


Column Size and Mark

Beams : Column Size and Mark

Column : Foundation size for elevation

Footing & : Column Size and Mark


Pile Cap
DATA PORTABILITY
 Updating Beam and Column data in Slab design file
DATA PORTABILITY
 Updating Slab In Beam Design
USER DEFINED TEMPLATES
 *.rcps file
 All design and detailing settings
 All load cases and combination data
 Automatically created on saving a RCDC (*.rcdx) file

 Can be imported using the ‘Import’ option in


‘File’ menu.
USER DEFINED TEMPLATES
 *.ldsx file
 All load cases and
combination data
 Export from ‘Load
Combinations’ form
 Import in ‘Basic Load
Cases’ form’
IGNORE ELEMENT : Footing & Pilecap
IGNORE ELEMENT : Column & Wall
IGNORE ELEMENT : Slab
UPDATE ANALYSIS FILE
CRACK WIDTH AND STRESS CHECK
 IS Code formulations

 IRS formulations
CRACK WIDTH AND STRESS CHECK
 IRS
Rebar Mark Manager
 Define narration for
 Longitudinal reinforcement
 Transverse reinforcement
 Surface reinforcement

 Preset styles
 Styles created are portable via the
*.rcps file.
ADVANCED FEATURES
 General Features
• Column Merging
 Column • Level Merging
 Beam • Live Load Reduction
• Optimized Design
 Footing • Minimum % steel
 Pile-cap • Design for all Load
Combination
 Slab • Reference Level
• Snap Shot
COLUMN MERGING
 Column above does not map the
locus of the column below
 Not detected as single column

Use ‘Merge Columns’ to treat them as


a single continuous column
LEVEL MERGING
Merging Levels – (Without ignoring beams)
For columns C1, C2 and C3 (Between L2 to L3)
Floor height = 3.75 m
Clear height = 3.75 m – 0.75m = 3.0 m
(Between L3 to L4)
Floor height = 4.25 m
Clear height = 4.25 m – 0.75m = 3.5 m
For columns C4 and C5 (Between L2 to L4)
Floor height = 3.75 + 4.25 m = 8.0 m
Clear height = 8.0 m – 0.75m = 7.25 m

Merging Levels – (Ignoring beams)

For columns C1, C2 and C3,


(Between L2 to L4)
Floor height = 3.75 + 4.25 m = 8.0 m
Clear height = 8.0 m – 0.75m = 7.25 m
LIVE LOAD REDUCTION

DEFINE

EDIT FOR EACH SECTION


OPTIMISED DESIGN
With optimization

Without optimization
OPTIMISED DESIGN
Preferred Bar Spacing Increased

Preferred Bar Spacing Reduced


MINIMUM % STEEL
IS code Reference BS code reference
DESIGN FOR ALL LOAD COMBINATIONS
Accurate 3D Interaction Suraface
Odd Shaped Columns
REFERENCE LEVEL
Correlate levels from analysis model and actual site reference for drawings
SNAPSHOT REPORT
 Display grouped by column sizes
 Facilitate behavioral grouping
 Group columns in table itself using the c
ADVANCED FEATURES
 General Features
 Column • Continuum
 Beam • Shear Ductile Design
• Detailing Style
 Footing • Coupling Beam
 Pile-cap • Grouping

 Slab
ADVANCED FEATURES
Split, Add and Remove Support
DUCTILE DESIGN : SWAY SHEAR
As per IS 13920 (Sway to left , Sway to Right)
COUPLING BEAM
Auto design Re-design
DETAILING STYLES - TOP
Best Fit

Max Dia

Min Dia
DETAILING STYLES - BOTTOM
Best Fit

Max Dia
IN-PLAN GROUPING
ADVANCED FEATURES
 General Features
 Column
 Beam • Sizing and Design Cross Section
• Reference Level
 Footing • Re-design
 Pile-cap • Pressure Check Report

 Slab
SIZING AND DESIGN CROSS SECTION

a. Average Pressure – Pressure along the edges


a. Gross SBC – Net SBC + soil overburden are averaged and used for the design of the footing
section
b. Consider Overburden – Overburden can be
neglected even if gross SBC is considered b. Maximum Pressure – The largest corner
pressure is used to design the footing section
c. Surcharge Load – Additional soil filling or
permanent load can be considered c. Factored SBC – The footing section is designed
for a factored SBC as upward pressure. The factor
can be specified in the software.
REFERENCE LEVEL
REDESIGN WITH SPECIFIC DIMENSIONS
 Define ALL dimensions
 Design with NO dimensions
 Design with SOME dimensions
PRESSURE CHECK REPORT
 Displays sizing report for all sizing load combinations
 Minimum and Maximum pressure
 Loss of Contact
ADVANCED FEATURES
 General Features
• General Settings
 Column • Pile Configuration
 Beam • Capacity check and sizing
• Shear enhancement
 Footing • Mx and My ignored
 Pile-cap • Rotation
• Pile capacity reduction
 Slab
GENERAL SETTINGS
PILE CONFIGURATION
PILECAP ROTATION
PILE CAPACITY AND SIZING CHECK
 Displays sizing report for all sizing load combinations
 Minimum and Maximum load on most stresses pile
 Minimum and Maximum load on pile group
SHEAR CAPACITY ENHACEMENT
MX & MY IGNORED
 For One pile : Moment along
both direction ignored

 For Two piles : Moment along


shorter direction ignored
PILE CAPACITY REDUCTION
ADVANCED FEATURES
 General Features
 Column • Span to depth ratio
 Beam • Continuity conditions
• Detailing options
 Footing • Staircase drawing
 Pile-cap • Level : sunk or raised

 Slab
DEFLECTION CONTROL
 Set preferred Span / D
 Modification factor computed
CONTINUITY CONDITIONS
Two Way Slab One Way Slab
DETAILING OPTIONS
STAIRCASE DESIGN & DRAWING
STAIRCASE DESIGN & DRAWING
LEVELS : RAISED / SUNK