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TRIBHUVAN UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
Pulchowk Campus, Lalitpur

A
FINAL YEAR PROJECT REPORT ON

Seismic Resistant DESIGN OF MULTI-STOREYED


BUILDING
In the partial fulfillment of requirements for the Bachelor’s Degree in
Civil Engineering
(Subject Code CE755)

SUPERVISOR
Mr. Dinesh Kumar Gupta
(IOE, Pulchowk Campus, Lalitpur)

SUBMITTED TO
Department of civil Engineering
Pulchowk Campus, Lalitpur

SUBMITTED BY
Prajan Gautam (070/BCE/098)
Pramod Gautam (070/BCE/103)
Raj Kumar B.C. (070/BCE/118)
Ramesh Dhimal (070/BCE/120)
Roshan Ghimire (070/BCE/128)
Sagar Bhandari (070/BCE/136)
August, 2017
PREFACE

Tribhuvan University, Institute of Engineering (IOE) offers a four year course on


bachelor degree in Civil Engineering and at the final year student has to do a project
work to implement theoretical knowledge acquired during study into practical field.
Project on different topics are performed which may be allocated by the institute or the
students may bring the project by ourselves.

Earthquake, as seen, has been one of the dominant constraints while designing the
multistory frame building in earthquake prone zone like Nepal. The latest earthquake
of Baisakh , 2072 and the magnitude of destruction it has caused, is the cause why we
should take it under more consideration than other factors that can damage a building
in Nepal. We should construct strong enough structures with the reasonable cost to
avoid the possibility of damage of life and property from the natural disasters. It is not
feasible to construct earthquake proof structures so we must put emphasis on
construction of Earthquake Resistant Design. The project for Seismic Resistant Design
of Multi-storied Building is chosen, so that we will be able to make concerned parties
and people conscious about the earthquake resistant design and to ensure the safety of
life and property.

This project work has been undertaken for the partial fulfilment of requirements for the
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering. This project work contains structural
analysis, design and detailing of an office building. All the theoretical knowledge on
analysis and design acquired during the course works are utilized with practical
application. The main objective of the project work is to acquaint us in the practical
aspects of Civil Engineering. This report has been prepared by presenting all the works
regarding analysis, design and structural detailing of RCC framed structure uilding
including practically possible seismic considerations in a simple, clear and concise
manner.

The advanced software SAP 2000(v 18/19), AUTOCAD has been used for the analysis
of structure. The software aided in 3D analysis of the structure. Manually prepared
software on MS-Excel has been used to design beam and column. In addition, a step by
step procedure of manual has also been used to understand the structural action and it
is followed to prepare the report.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We would like to express our humble and sincere gratitude to the Department of Civil
Engineering of Central Campus Pulchowk for providing us the opportunity to choose
“Seismic Resistant Design of Multi-storied Building” as the project work which is
enlisted in the syllabus of 4th year as per the course designed by IOE, Tribhuwan
University.

We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to the college for
arrangement and support for working in the academic project. We are particularly
indebted to our project supervisor Er. Dinesh Kr. Gupta (M.Sc. in Structure
Engineering) for his constructive and encouraging suggestions regarding the project,
explaining the concept of the structural engineering, providing us various literature
materials as well as drawing samples and leading us towards the completion of the
project work.

We also would like to sincerely acknowledge our hearty gratitude to our respected
teachers Prof. Dr. Prem Nath Maskey, Prof. Dr. Gokarna Bahadur Motra, Assoc.
Prof. Dr. Kamal Bdr. Thapa, and Er. Sujan Tripathi for their part in teaching us the
courses required in completion of this project work as well as their advice.

Last but by no means least; we also would have high sense of appreciation to our own project
group for a unit co-ordination among the group during the project work.

Prajan Gautam (070/BCE/098)


Pramod Gautam (070/BCE/103)
Raj kumar BC (070/BCE/118)
Ramesh Dhimal (070/BCE/120)
Roshan Ghimire (070/BCE/128)
Sagar Bhandari (070/BCE/136)

ABSTRACT

As a part of the course of study in the final year of Bachelor’s Degree in Civil
Engineering, the students are assigned to perform a project work in order to implement
the theoretical knowledge into practical field, in a group consisting of six members, on
a topic related to civil engineering field. This project work entitled Seismic Resistant
Design of Multi-Storeyed Building comes under the category of Building Project and is
intended to address the structural and seismic analysis and design of the building
chosen.

The main objective of the project work is to make the students able to analyze and
design multi-storied structures. Despite the time and resource boundary, we have tried
to complete the project successfully. We hope it will meet the project objectives and
requirements, though opinions or suggestions will be highly appreciated.

The use of design tools in the schematic design phase of the analysis and design of the
multi-storied building is still quite limited. The computer-aided design includes the use
of a computer not only for visualization, analysis and evaluation, but also for the
generations of design or, more accurately, for the rapid generation of the computable
design representations, describing the conceptual design alternatives. Potential design
alternatives are generated and evaluated in order to obtain the most promising solution.

Nepal belongs to active seismic region. The Himalayan range has frequently been struck
by earthquake of different magnitude. Recently it has encountered Gorkha Earthquake
of M 7.8 on 25th April, 2015. Destruction of different infrastructures even including
high rise buildings was resulted affecting 14 districts of Nepal. So, building is to be
designed by considering the safety on seismic point of view.

In this project, we have selected a 7 storied building with a basement located at


Kamaladi Kathmandu. The safe bearing capacity of soil at the site has been assumed to
be 180 kN/m2 .We have analyzed and designed this building with the help of SAP 2000.
We have also verified the results of some of the elements manually. As a result, we
have found the column size of 600mm*600mm to be suitable in all cases.Similarly, we
have provided main beam size of 700mm*400mm and the size of secondary beam is
300mm*230mm. The depth of the slab is 135mm.

SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATION

Symbols Description

Ac : Area of concrete
Ah : Horizontal seismic coefficient
Ag : Gross area of section
Ast : Area of tension reinforcement
Asc : Area of compression reinforcement
Asv : Area of vertical stirrup
bf : Effective width of flanged section
bw : Breadth of web in T or L – section
D : Overall depth of the section
d : Effective depth of the section
Df : Thickness of the flange T or L- section
fck : Characteristics compressive strength of concrete
fy : Characteristic yield strength of steel
I : Importance factor of the structure
Ix, Iy : Moment of inertia about X- and Y- axis respectively
hi : Height of the ith floor base of frame
k : performance factor depending on the structural framing system
and brittleness or ductility of the construction
leff : effective length of the element
lx, ly : Span of slab in the shorter and longer direction respectively
l : Unsupported length or clear span of element
l0 : Distance between point of inflection
Ld : Development length of the bar
Mu : Factored moment, Design moment for limit state design
Mu lim : Limiting moment of resistance
Mux, Muy : Factored moment about X- and Y-axis respectively
Muxl, Muyl : Maximum uniaxial moment capacity of the section with axial
load, Bending about X- and Y- axis, respectively
P : Axial load on the element
Pu : Factored axial load, designed axial load for limit state design pc :
Percentage of compressive reinforcement pt : Percentage of
tension reinforcement
Qi : Base shear distributed in ith floor
Sv : Spacing of stirrup
T : Fundamental time period of building, (sec)
V : Shear force
Vu : Design shear force for limit state design, factored shear force
Vus : Strength of shear reinforcement in the limit state design
Vb : Total base shear
Wi : Lumped load on the ith floor
Xu : Depth of neutral axis in limit state of collapse
Xu max : Maximum depth of neutral axis in limit state of design
α : Coefficient
αx, αy : Bending moment coefficient for slab about X- and Y- axis
restively.
β : Coefficient depending upon the soil foundation system and
span longer than10m
: Coefficient depending upon bf / bwrati

: Coefficient depending upon pc

c : Allowable shear stress in concrete τv : Design

bond stress τbd : Maximum shear stress in concrete with shear


reinforcement

c,max : Allowable maximum shear stress in concrete with shear

reinforcement
ɸ : Diameter of bar
Soil bearing pressure
:
γ : Unit weight of soil at site

Abbreviations

CM : Center of Mass
CS : Center of Stiffness
DL : Dead Load
EQ : Earthquake Load
IS : Indian Standard
LL : Live Load
RCC : Reinforced Cement Concrete

TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION 1...............................................................................................................................
1
INTRODUCTION....................................................................................................................
1
1.1 BACKGROUND ..............................................................................................................
1
1.2 TITLE AND THEME OF THE PROJECT WORK ........................................................
2
1.3 OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT .................................................................................
2
1.4 BUILDING DESCRIPTION............................................................................................
3
SECTION 2...............................................................................................................................
4 METHODOLOGY
.................................................................................................................. 4
2.1 PLANNING OF THE BUILDING ..................................................................................
4
2.2 LOAD ASSESSMENT AND PRELIMINARY DESIGN ..............................................
4
2.2.1 LOAD ASSESSMENT ..............................................................................................
4
2.2.2 PRELIMINARY DESIGN ........................................................................................
5
2.3 IDEALIZATION AND ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURE .................................................
5
2.3.1 IDEALIZATION OF STRUCTURE .........................................................................
5
2.3.2 MODELING AND ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURE .................................................
5
2.4 DESIGN AND DETAILING ...........................................................................................
7
2.4.1 DESIGN PHILOSOPHY ...........................................................................................
7
2.4.2 DETAILING PRINCIPLES FOR REINFORCED CONCRETE
STRUCTURES ...................................................................................................................
9
2.4.3 CODAL REFERENCES ...........................................................................................
9
2.5 DRAWINGS ....................................................................................................................
9
2.6 ORGANIZATION AND PREPARATION OF PROJECT WORK REPORT ..............
10
SECTION 3.............................................................................................................................
12 STRUCTURAL PLANNING OF THE BUILDING
.......................................................... 12
3.1 STRUCTURAL PLANNING ........................................................................................
12
3.1.1 STRUCTURAL SYSTEM ......................................................................................
12
3.1.2 PLANNING OF BEAM-COLUMN FRAME .........................................................
13
SECTION 4.............................................................................................................................
14 LOAD ASSESSMENT AND PRELIMINARY DESIGN
.................................................. 14
4.1 LOAD ASSESSMENT ..................................................................................................
14
4.1.1 GRAVITY LOAD ASSESSMENT ON THE BUILDING ...................................
14
4.1.2 LOAD CASES AND COMBINATIONS ...............................................................
15
4.2 PRELIMINARY DESIGN .............................................................................................
17
4.2.1 STEPS FOLLOWED IN THE PRELIMINARY DESIGN ..................................... 17
4.2.2 PRELIMINARY DESIGN OF SLAB ................................................................... 17
4.2.3 PRELIMINARY DESIGN OF BEAM ................................................................... 21
4.2.4 PRELIMINARY DESIGN OF SIZE OF COLUMN .............................................. 25
4.3 SEISMIC LOAD CALCULATION...............................................................................
36
4.3.1 CALCULATION OF CENTRE OF MASS AND STIFFNESS.................38

4.3.2 BASE SHEAR CALCULATION ……………………………………….42

SECTION 5…………………………………………………………………44
IDEALIZATION OF STRUCTURE ...................................................................................
44
5.1 IDEALIZATION OF THE STRUCTURE ....................................................................
44
SECTION 6.............................................................................................................................
47 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
................................................................................................. 47
6.1 ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURE ......................................................................................
47
6.2 STOREY DRIFT COMPUTATION FROM SAP2000 ANALYSIS ............................
48
SECTION 7.............................................................................................................................
54 DESIGN OF STRUCTURAL MEMBERS
......................................................................... 54
7.1 DESIGN OF SLAB ........................................................................................................
54
7.2 DESIGN OF BEAM………………………………………………………76
7.3 DESIGN OF COLUMN .................................................................................................
99
7.4 DESIGN OF DOG-LEGGED STAIRCASE ..............................................................
113
7.5 DESIGN OF OPEN -WELL STAIRCASE………………………………118

7.6 DESIGN OF LIFT- SHEAR WALL …………………………………127

7.7 DESIGN OF BASEMENT WALL ..............................................................................


136
7.8 DESIGN OF MAT FOUNDATION ............................................................................
141
ANNEX-A ANNEX-B ANNEX-C ANNEX-D DRAWINGS REFERENCES
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INTRODUCTION
1.1 . BACKGROUND

In today’s context, engineering building construction is gaining pace and becoming a popular
trend. Along with the rapid urbanization of the Kathmandu valley, awareness regarding
earthquake resistant design is also flourishing. Recently we have been through the disastrous
earthquake resulting the loss of thousands lives and billions of properties. The government has
enforced the various laws regarding the building construction so that these losses could be
minimized in the days to come.

The project work comprises of the structural planning and seismic resistant design of thirteen
storied commercial building with one basement and two ground floors situated at Kamaladi,
Kathmandu. The project work is aimed at 3-D structural modelling of the building in computer
software (SAP 2000 V18/19) for analysis. With the analysis results obtained from the software,
seismic resistant design in accordance to IS 1893 (Part I):2002 and ductile detailing in
accordance to IS 13920:1993 is done. Structural analysis involves in order to resist the forces
to which they are subjected during their effective life span. The Indian Standard Code of
Practice has been thoroughly adopted for the proper analysis, design and detailing with respect
to safety, economy, stability and strength.

Geographically, the site is located in Kathmandu Metropolitan City. Based on seismic zoning
of the Indian Subcontinent by IS 1893 (Part I):2002, Kathmandu lies is seismic zone V. The
site of the building being at the core of Kathmandu, the effect of earthquake is pre-dominant
than the wind load. Hence, the design has been given the consideration for the seismic
resistance.

The building designed is a special moment resisting frame (SMRF) as per IS 1893 (Part I):2002.
In our case, risks involved lies mainly in the construction practice than in design. Risks
encountered are mainly due to faults in construction materials, inadequate capacity of
skilled/unskilled labor that result in subpar construction, fault in assessment of soil strength at
depths. On the designers’ front, risks concentrated mainly in inefficient design practices,
inadequate design, etc. Besides technical risks, financial risks in such large scale projects are
of paramount importance and must be addressed by the project engineer.

Thus, confirming to above requirements, the role and responsibilities of a structural designer
can be enlisted as below:
 Follow the design codes of practice, local by-laws and necessary literature to justify
ones design.
 Assess the risks involved in the project with inclusion of all possible variables that can
adversely affect the project.
 Economizing the project in terms of duration, cost, material, etc. for benefit of the
project.
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The project work has been undertaken as a partial requirement for Bachelor’s degree in
Engineering. This project work contains the structural analysis design and detailing of a commercial
public building located in the Kathmandu district. All the theoretical knowledge on analysis and
design acquired during the course are utilized with practical application. The main objective of the
project is to acquaint in the practical aspects of Civil Engineering.

1.2. TITLE AND THEME OF THE PROJECT WORK


 The title of the project work is “Seismic Resistant Design of Multistoried Building”.
 The project has undertaken the structural analysis and design of a multistoried commercial
building located at Kamaladi, Kathmandu.
 The main aim of the project work is to acquire knowledge and skills with an emphasis on
the practical application.
 Besides the utilization of analytical methods and design approaches, exposure and
application of various available codes of practices is another aim of the project work.

1.3. OBJECTIVE OF THE PROJECT


The general objective of the project work are:

• Modelling, analysis and design of commercial building in seismic active region.


• Consolidate the knowledge acquired in Bachelors’ Degree in Civil Engineering
especially concentrated on detailed structural design ignoring the economic analysis of
the project work.
• Familiarize with the practical problems arising in the design works.
The specific objectives of the project work are:

• To make the functional plan of the building, considering the structural arrangement of
the building elements.
• Modeling of the building for structural analysis.
• Detailed structural analysis using structural analysis program (SAP2000).
• Sectional design of structural components.
• Structural design of members.
• Analysis and design of Mat foundation.

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To achieve the above objectives, the following scope of work is planned:

• Functional planning with individual units (retail spaces) planned with architectural
provisions.
• Determination of the structural system of the building to undertake the vertical and
horizontal loads.
• Estimation of loads including those due to earthquake.
• Preliminary design for sizing of structural elements.
• Calculation of base shear and vertical distribution of equivalent earthquake load.
• Identification of load cases and load combinations.
• The structural analysis of the building by SAP2000 for different load combinations of
load.
• Review of analysis outputs for design of individual structural element.
• Design of RC bare-frame members, staircase and auxiliary structures by limit state
method of design.
• Detailing of individual members and preparation of drawings as a part of working
construction document.

1.4. BUILDING DESCRIPTION


Building type: Commercial complex located at Sundhara, Kathmandu

Structural system: RCC space frame

Type of foundation: Mat foundation

Number of storey: 9 (including basements)

Floor height: basement (2.5m), lower groundfloor (2.1m), upper ground floor(4.9m),1st to 6th floor
(3.4 m)

Type of sub soil: soft soil (type 3)

Safe bearing capacity: 180 kN/m2 (Assumed)

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SECTION 2
METHODOLOGY
2.1. PLANNING OF THE BUILDING
Functional planning of the building is done based on two principles:

1. Client requirements are the primary governing factor in space requirement calculations.
These requirements are enumerated, and then planned in the available space with
architectural provisions for space allocation and management.
2. Municipal by-laws and guidelines dictate the design of building structures within their
judicial province. At our proposed site in Kamladi, Kathmandu the building by laws
prepared and implemented by Kathmandu metropolitan city is in action.
Thus, with the consideration of both the planning features explained above in brief, the planning
was done for maximum benefit of client.

Structural planning: The building is to be designed as an earthquake resistant structure, regular


geometrical shape without any abrupt changes in plan are incorporated based on IS 1893 (Part1)
2002.

2.2. LOAD ASSESSMENT AND PRELIMINARY DESIGN


2.2.1. LOAD ASSESSMENT
After the study of the detailed architectural plan of the building with positioning of
services guided by architectural norms load calculation is done. For detailed assessment
of loads acting on the building, loads were classified into two groups:

1. Gravity loads
Gravity loads acting on the building are the weight of the structural members, floor finishes,
partition walls, weight of roof trusses, overhead water tank etc. To assess these loads, the
materials to be used are chosen and their weights are determined based on Indian standard
code of practice for design loads (other than earthquake) for buildings and structures:
I. IS 875 (part I):1987 Dead loads
II. IS 875 (part II):1987 Imposed loads

2. Lateral loads
Lateral load acting on the building is the earthquake load over the entire structure.
Earthquake load is based on IS 1893 (Part I):2002. Earthquake load is calculated based on
this code by Seismic Coefficient Method which is an approximation of dynamic loading
due to earthquake by equivalent static lateral loads.

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2.2.2. PRELIMINARY DESIGN


Preliminary design is carried out to estimate the approximate size of the structural
members before analysis of the structure. Preliminary design of the structural members
is based on the IS code provisions for slab, beam, column, wall, staircase and footing of
serviceability criteria for deflection control. Appropriate sizing is done with
consideration to the fact that the preliminary design based on gravity loads is required
to resist the lateral loads acting on the structure.
The details of the preliminary design computations for slabs, beams and columns are
shown in section 4.

2.3. IDEALIZATION AND ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURE


2.3.1. IDEALIZATION OF STRUCTURE
2.3.1. a. IDEALIZATION OF SUPPORTS
Idealization of support is done in the light of assessing the fixity of structure and the
foundation level. Columns are assumed to be fully fixed with the mat foundation
supporting the load of the superstructure. Soil interaction with the foundation is taken
on basis of rigid layer theory.

2.3.1. b. IDEALIZATION OF LOAD

Idealization of load on the superstructure is done separately for individual elements i.e. beam,
column, slab and staircase. These idealizations are done based on IS456:2000 for distribution of
load from slab to beam by tributary method. Details for all such idealization are dealt in detail in
section 4

2.3.1. c. IDEALIZATION OF JOINT CONSTRAINT

Joints are defined with constraints to serve as rigid floor diaphragm at individual floor level. Due
to this definition of joints, the slabs subjected to lateral loads behave in in-plane action of thin shell
and hence act as rigid floor diaphragm

2.3.2. MODELING AND ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURE

Main beam elements thought cast integrally with the slab are idealized to serve as rectangular beams
.This is done considering the fact that during the reversal of load in seismic loading, concrete is
subjected to tension on both the top and bottom faces this tensile street induced at the flange render
the concrete unfit for taking load.

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However, the secondary beams are idealized to behave as hinged beams with partial fixity at the
supports. The effect of earthquake load is not seen in secondary beam and only gravity load dictates
design.

2.3.2. a. SALIENT FEATURES OF SAP2000 V18

SAP2000 v.18 represents one of the most sophisticated and user-friendly release of SAP
series of computer programs. Creation and modification of the model, execution of the analysis,
and checking and optimization of the design are all done thought this single interface. Graphical
displays of the results, including real-time display of time history displacement are easily produced.

The finite element library consist of different elements out of which the three dimensional frame
elements were used in this analysis. The frame element uses a general, three dimensional
beamcolumn formulation which includes the effects of biaxial bending, torsion, axial deformation
and biaxial shear deformations.

Structures that can be modeled with this element include:

• Three-dimensional frames
• Three-dimensional Trusses
• Planar frames Planar trusses
A frame element is modelled as a straight line connecting two joints. Each element has its own local
coordinate system for defining section properties and loads, and for interpreting output. Each frame
element may be loaded by self-weight, multiple concentrated loads, and multiple distributed loads.
End offsets are available to account for the finite size of beam and column intersections. End
releases are also available to model different fixity conditions at the end of the element. Element
internal forces are produced at the ends of each element and at a user specified number of equally-
spaced output stations along the length of the element. Loading options allow for gravity, thermal
and pre-stressed conditions in addition to the usual nodal loading with specified forces and
displacements. Dynamic loading can be in the form of a base acceleration response spectrum, or
varying loads and base accelerations.

2.3.2. b. INPUT AND OUTPUT

The design of earthquake resistant structure should aim at providing appropriate dynamic and
structural characteristics so that acceptable response level results under the design earthquake. The
aim of design is the achievement of an acceptable probability that structures being designed will
perform satisfactorily during their attended life. With an appropriate degree of safety, they should
sustain all the loads and deformations of normal construction and have adequate durability and
adequate resistance to the effects of misuse and fire.

For the purpose of seismic analysis of our building, we used the structural analysis programming
SAP 2000. SAP 2000 has a special option for modelling horizontal rigid floor diaphragm system.
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A floor diaphragm is modelled as a rigid horizontal plane parallel to global X-Y plane, so that all
points on any floor diaphragm cannot displace relative to each other in X-Y plane. This type of
modelling is very useful in the lateral dynamic analysis of building. The base shear and earthquake
lateral force are calculated as per code IS 1893 (Part I):2002 and are applied at each master joint
located on every storey of the building.

The building is modelled as a 3D bare frames. Results from analysis are used in design of beams
and columns only (i.e. linear elements.) SAP2000 doesn’t design shell elements. Joints are defined
with constraints to serve as rigid floor diaphragm and hence slabs are designed manually as the
effect of seismic load is not seen on slab. The linear elements are also designed primarily by hand
calculation to familiarize with hand computation and exude confidence where we are unable to trust
fully on design results of SAP2000.

As we are working with the computer based system, the importance of data input is as important as
the result of output derived from analysis. Hence, with possibility of garbage-in-garbage-out, we
need to check our input parameters in explicit details.

Material properties are defined for elements in terms of their characteristic strength i.e. M25 for
slabs, beams, columns and shear walls. Also section properties are defined as obtained from
preliminary design. Loading values are input as obtained from IS 875. Loading combination is
based on IS 875 (Part V):1987 and IS 1893 (Part 1):2002 for ultimate limit state and IS 456:2000
for serviceability limit state is prepared. An envelope load case of all load combinations is prepared
to provide us with the envelope of stresses for design. Necessary changes were made in the material
and section properties as per the analysis and design results.

2.4. DESIGN AND DETAILING


2.4.1. DESIGN PHILOSOPHY 2.4.1. a. LIMIT STATE METHOD OF DESIGN FOR
REINFORCED CONCRETE
STRUCTURES

Design of reinforced concrete members is done based on the limit state method of design of
following IS 456:2000 as the code of practice. The basic philosophy of design is that the
structure is designed for the strength at the ultimate limit state of collapse and for
performance at limit state of serviceability. A check for these two limit states is done based
on code of practice to achieve safe, economic and efficient design.

The design principle is based on probabilistic approach that any structural element designed
by limit state will function well during its intended live and not reach the ultimate limit state
of collapse under normal performance conditions.

Assumptions of Limit state Design Method for Flexure:


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i. Plane section normal to the axis of the member remains plane after bending.
ii. The maximum strain in the concrete at the outermost compression fiber is 0.0035.
iii. The relationship between the compressive stress distribution in concrete and the strain
in concrete may be assumed to be rectangular, trapezoidal, and parabolic or any shape
which results in prediction of strength in substantial agreement with the result of test.
For design purposes, the compressive strength of concrete in the structure shall be
assumed to be 0.67 times the characteristic strength. The partial safety factor γm=1.5
shall be applied in addition to this.
iv. The tensile strength of concrete is ignored.
v. The design stresses in reinforcement are derived from representative stress-strain curve
for the type of steel used. For the design purposed the partial safety factor γm=1.15 shall
be applied.
vi. The maximum strain in the tension reinforcement in the section at failure shall not be
fy less than :1.15Es +0.002

Where, fy= characteristic strength of steel


Es= modulus of elasticity of steel
Assumptions of Limit State Design Method for compression:

In addition to assumption given above from i to iv the following shall be assumed.

i. The maximum compressive strain in the concrete in axial compression is taken as 0.002.
ii. The maximum compressive strain at highly compressed extreme fiber in concrete
subjected to axial compressive and bending and when there is no tension on the section
shall be 0.0035 minus 0.75 times the strain at the least compressed extreme fiber.

Grade of steel (fy) MPa xumax


d

250 0.53

415 0.48

500 0.46

The limiting values of the depth of neutral axis for different grades of steel based on the
assumptions are as in the table above.

2.4.2. DETAILING PRINCIPLES FOR REINFORED CONCRETE STRUCTURES


2.4.2.a. DUCTILE DETAILING OF REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES

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Ductile detailing of reinforced concrete structures is done based on IS 13920:1993 for the
provision of compliance with earthquake resistant design philosophy. Special consideration
is taken in detailing of linear frame elements (beams and columns) to achieve ductility in
the concrete to localize the formation of plastic hinge in beams and not columns and to
assure the capacity theory of strong columns/ weak beams.

Detailing provisions of IS 13920:1993 and IS 456:2000 are used extensively for these
members to comply with the relevant codes of practice.

2.4.3. CODAL REFERENCES

The project report has been prepare in complete conformity with the various stipulations in Indian
Standards, Code of practice for Plain and Reinforced Concrete IS 456:2000, Design Aids for
Reinforced Concrete to IS 456:2000(SP-16), Criteria to Earthquake Resistant Design Structures IS
1893 (Part I):2002. Ductile detailing of reinforced concrete structures subjected to seismic forces –
code of practice IS 13920:1993. Use of these codes have emphasized on providing sufficient safety,
economy, strength, and ductility besides satisfactory serviceability requirements of cracking and
deflection in concrete structures. These codes are based on principles of Limit State of Design.

2.5. DRAWINGS
As specified in the requirement of the project assignment, the report also includes the
following drawings:

1. Architectural plan of typical floors, elevation and cross section of the building,
2. Detailed structural drawings of beam, column, slab, staircase, mat foundation, basement
wall. Longitudinal and cross section drawings are made to represent specifically the
proper detailing of rebar in individual elements, at beam column joints, at the end
support of slabs, in staircase and in the foundation.

2.6. ORAGANIZATION AND PREPARATION OF PROJECT WORK


REPORT

The project work report is prepared in the standard format availed by the department of civil
engineering.

This report has been broadly categorized into five sections: summary of each section is
mentioned below.
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Section 1: Introduction

This chapter gives as overview of the project as a whole.

Section 2: Methodology

This chapter presents the method used in execution of the project from initiation till
completion with brief details of process.

Section 3: Structural planning of the building

This section deals with the structural planning for seismic resistant design and justification
of number of beams and columns, frames, their orientation/ arrangement.

Section 4: Load assessment and preliminary design

In this chapter, justification of material selection, material characteristics are shown. It also
includes calculations of preliminary design of slabs, beams, column, and other structural
components. It also includes idealization of loads and load assessment with load
combinations.

Section 5: Idealization of structure

This chapter includes the details of structure and idealization of load for modelling in
computer.

Section 6: Structural analysis

It comprises the analysis result obtained from SAP2000 analysis and the tabular
presentation of storey drift calculation.

Section 7: Design and Detailing of structural members

It deals with the earthquake resistance design of beams, columns, slabs, staircase, basement
wall considering limit state of collapse and serviceability. Design is further influenced by
the use of codes pertinent to earthquake resistant design of building structures. Manual
design of structural elements is done from the analysis results of SAP2000 using IS
456:2000 and compared with the design given by SAP2000. However, consideration for

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earthquake resistant design is incorporated in manual design with reference to IS 1893 (Part
I):2002 with ductile detailing rules governed by IS 13920:1993.

Foundation design is carried out following the Working Stress Method for design of mat
foundation.

Detailing of structures with ordinary detailing rules for area elements and ductile detailing
for linear elements is done conforming to IS 456:2000 and IS 13920:1993 respectively.

Section 8: Drawings

Drawings include architectural drawings of the building and the structural drawings with
correct detailing as stated in the assignment.

Bibliography

Bibliography in standard format references the authored texts used during the project work
and report preparation. This includes a list of all the text books, codes of practice, design
handbooks, official documents, etc.

SECTION 3
STRUCTURAL PLANING OF THE BUILDING
3.1. STRUCTURAL PLANNING
3.1.1. STRUCTURAL SYSTEM

The building system is functionally and legally planned appropriately as mentioned in detail
previous section. Our focus in the current section is the structural orientation of the building in
horizontal and vertical plane avoiding irregularities mentioned in IS 1893 (Part I):2002.

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The following types of irregularities mentioned in the table 4 and 5 of IS 1893 (Part I):2002 should
be avoided as far as practicable during the functional planning.

Planning irregularities Vertical irregularities

a. Torsion irregularity 1. a) Stiffness irregularities- soft storey


b. Re-entrant corners b) Stiffness irregularities-extreme soft storey
2. Mass irregularity
c. Diaphragm discontinuity 3. Vertical geometry irregularity
d. Out of plane offsets 4. In plane discontinuity in vertical elements resisting
e. Non-parallel systems lateral force
5. Discontinuity in capacity- weak storey
The aim of design is the achievement of an acceptable probability that structures being designed
will perform satisfactorily during their intended service life. With an appropriate degree of safety,
they should sustain all the loads and deformations of normal construction and use and have adequate
durability.

Structural planning of the building is done over the proposed architectural plan for providing and
preserving the structural integrity of the entire building. This is dealt in detail for each structural
element with necessary justification. Necessary changes were made in the provided architectural
drawings as per the requirements.

Finalized structural plan is then employed for load assessment and preliminary design of structural
members for modelling in SAP 2000.

3.1.2. PLANNING OF BEAM-COLUMN FRAME

The number of beams and columns in the plan of building are obtained after careful planning of
spaces. The building is planned in a L-shape with different beam spans along two dimension of the
building plan. Secondary beams are provided along the longer and shorter dimension of the
building. Secondary beams divide the slab panels considerably reducing the overall slab thickness
from 208 mm without secondary beams to 135 mm.

Columns are 21 in number in each storeyupto 2ndfloor, and 15 in number in each storey from 3rd
floor to 6th floor . The size of columns are 600 mm× 600 mm,500 mm×500 mm and 450
mm×450mm .The large number of columns can be justified by the large size of the building. The

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floor to floor height of the building is 3.4 m in all the storeys except the lower ground floor and
upper ground floor where the height is 2.1 m and 4.9 m and the height of the basement is 2.5 m.

The orientation of beams and column grid in plan is in rectangular shape. This is done with a point
of view of conforming to earthquake resistant design as prescribed by IS 1893 (Part I):2002 by
avoiding irregularities in plan. The same principle is followed in vertical planning of the building
along both directions of layout.

Thus, the bare frame model of the building can be now created in SAP2000 with the structural plan
and elevations. The area element occupying the floor space is also modelled in the program.

SECTION 4
LOAD ASSESSMENT AND PRELIMINARY DESIGN
4.1. LOAD ASSESSMENT
Assessment of loads on the structural system thus planned is based on IS 875 (Part I):2002. The
former code of practice is for design loads on building and structures other than earthquake loads
while latter explicitly describes design earthquake load on the building structure.

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Load assessment is divided into two categories as aforementioned. However, a detailed


acknowledgement to each referred code and the computation based on those codes are done in this
section of the report.

4.1.1. GRAVITY LOAD ASSESSMENT ON THE BUILDING

The gravity loads on the building are derived from IS 875 (Part I) dead loads and IS 875 (Part II)
imposed loads. The details of materials chosen for design of structural members and their unit
weight, total loads on each structural member are tabulated below:
S.N. Material used Unit weight Type of Member

1. Steel (Fe500) For all framed structure

2. Concrete (M25) And staircase, slab

3. Cement Concrete for RCC 25 kN/m3 Beams, columns, slabs

4. Common Burnt Clay Bricks 19 kN/m3 Infill and partition walls

5. Marble with screed on floor 1.5 kN/m2 All flooring spaces

6. Live/Imposed load 4 kN/m2 All living rooms

7. Roof load (inaccessible) 0.75 kN/m2

8. Roof (accessible) 1.5 kN/m2

4.1.2.LOAD CASES AND COMBINATIONS

4.1.2.1. LOAD CASES

Different load cases and load combination cases are considered to obtain most critical element
stresses in structure in the course of analysis.

There are altogether four load cases considered for the structural analysis and are mentioned as
below:

• Dead load (D.L.)


• Liveload (L.L.)
• Earthquake load in X direction (EQx)

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• Earthquake load in Y direction (EQy)

For Kathmandu (workout area), Snow load is not considered.


Earthquake load and wind load doesn’t occur at the same time. Since earthquake load is
greater than wind load, earthquake load is considered.

4.1.2.2.Identification of loads:
Dead loads are calculated as per IS: 875(Part 1)-1987.
Seismic load are calculated according to IS: 1893 (part 1):2002 considering Kathmandu located at
zone V.
Imposed loads has been taken according to IS: 875 (Part 2)-1987

4.1.2.3. Load combination


All together, we have 13 kinds of possible load combinations.
i. 1.5(DL + LL) ii.
1.2(DL + LL + EQx) iii.
1.2(DL + LL - EQx) iv.
1.2(DL + LL + EQy) v.
1.2(DL + LL - EQx) vi.
1.5(DL + EQLx) vii.
1.5(DL - EQLx) viii.
1.5(DL + EQLy) ix.
1.5(DL - EQLy)
x. 0.9DL + 1.5EQLx xi.
0.9DL - 1.5EQLx xii.
0.9DL + 1.5EQLy xiii.
0.9DL - 1.5EQLy The
characteristic loads
considered in the design of
foundation are:
Dead plus live load
Dead plus earthquake loads
Dead plus live plus earthquake loads

To find the stresses at the various points of the foundation, the service loads are taken. However
to find the depth of footing and reinforcements, factored loads have been taken into account.

4.1.2.4. Assessment of vertical loading:


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Dead load are computed from the dimensions of the structural member such as walls, beams,
slabs, etc. and their material densities confirming to IS 875 (PART 1). Similarly, live loads are to
be chosen from IS 875 (Part I). Similarly, live load are to be chosen from IS:875 (part 2) for
various occupancies where required. In our case, the unit weight for various required material
along with live loads on various parts of building are tabulated below:
Brick masonry: 19kN/m3
Reinforced concrete 25 kN/m3

For vertical loading, load acting on the clear span or the beam should include floor load or any
load directly over the beam stem with plus floor load on the tributary areas bounded by 45 degree
lines from the corner of the panel. This may give a triangular loading or trapezoidal loadings are
converted into equivalent uniformly distributed load.

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4.2. PRELIMINARY DESIGN


Preliminary design is carried out to estimate the approximate size of the structural members before
analysis of the structure. Preliminary design of structural members is based on the IS code
provisions for slab, beam, column, wall, staircase and footing of serviceability criteria for deflection
control. Appropriate sizing is done with consideration to the fact that the preliminary design based
on gravity loads is required to resist the lateral loads acting on the structure.

4.2.1. STEPS FOLLOWED IN THE PRELIMINARY DESIGN

1. Fixing of the grid lines was done initially at a spacing of 8 m c/c keeping in mind
the type of the building, i.e, commercial complex. Then the grid lines were shifted according to
the structural needs of the building. The initially fixed grid lines intersected the central atrium
area, staircases, lifts etc. of the building. So, the position of the grid lines were modified and
finalized.

2. The position of columns was initially fixed at the grid intersection points.
According to the location of staircases, lifts in the architectural plan of the mall, the final position
of the columns was fixed.

3. The preliminary size of the column layout was assumed to be 750×750


mm,600×600mm , 500×500 mm.

4. Then, the beam-column layout plan for a typical floor was drawn by performing
the following calculations.

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4.2.2. PRELIMINARY DESIGN OF SLAB

Largest area of slab has been taken: A2-A3-B3-B2

Here, lx=6922mm

ly=7394mm

Longer Length 7394


Shorter Length = 6922 =1.06<2 (So, it is two way slab)

From clause 23.2 Control of Deflection of IS 456:2000, we can draw out the following methodical
steps to get the depth of slab:

Effective span
Effective depth ≤ αβγδλ

Where,

Effective span (l) = considering c/c span of the slab (only for preliminary design)

α= 26 (Continuous slab :IS 456 clause 23.2.12a) β= 1 for largest span less than 10

m γ= modification factor corresponding to percentage of steel 0.3%= 1.28 (for Fe

500)

(assumed :Ast,req=Ast,prov) δ=1 for no

compression reinforcement λ= 1

Fig: ASo, d

According to IS 456:2000 clause 24.1 note 1 for slab spanning in two directions the shorter of the
two spans should be used for calculating the span to effective depth ratios: Shorter span
(l)=6922mm

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d 208mm >150mm (NOT OK)

So, secondary beam should be provided on longer span.

lx=6922mm

ly=3697mm

=1.87<2

(So, it is two way slab)

Where,

Effective span (l) = considering c/c span of the slab (only for preliminary design)

α= 26 (Continuous slab :IS 456 clause 23.2.12a) β= 1 for largest span less than 10

m γ= modification factor corresponding to percentage of steel 0.3%= 1.28 (for Fe

500)

(assumed :Astrequired=Astprovided) δ=1

for no compression reinforcement λ= 1

So, d

According to IS 456:2000 clause 24.1 note 1 for slab spanning in two directions the shorter of the
two spans should be used for calculating the span to effective depth ratios: Shorter span
(l)=3697mm

d mm >111mm <150mm (OK)


Asummedia of reinforced bar: 12mm

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Take clear cover: 15mm

Total depth (D)= 111+15+12/2=132mm

Adopt : 135mm of slab

Conclusion
From above calculations, the overall depth required for deflection control criteria is found out to
be 208mm which is large value. Either shear reinforcement is needed in slab or the secondary
beam should be added. For the sake of economy we hereby select the beam. Thus, the secondary
beams are provided in the slabs with large span. Then adopt the overall depth of slab as 135 mm

First floor slab thickness checking for all slab panels

slab dimensions
ratio check 1/2 small depth of
slab name Lx Ly lx/ly way dimension slab,d(mm) Remarks
s1 6804 7394 1.09 2 6804 204.45 d>150mm
s2 6804 6704 1.01 2 6704 201.44 d>150mm
s3 6922 6704 1.03 2 6704 201.44 d>150mm
s4 6804 6704 1.01 2 6704 201.44 d>150mm
s5 6922 6704 1.03 2 6704 201.44 d>150mm
s6 6922 7394 1.07 2 6922 207.99 d>150mm
s7 5712 6704 1.17 2 5712 171.63 d>150mm
s8 5712 6704 1.17 2 5712 171.63 d>150mm
s9 5712 4904 1.16 2 4904 147.36 d<150mm
s10 5712 4904 1.16 2 4904 147.36 d<150mm

total depth of slab(D)=effective depth(d)+cover(25mm). since, total


depth of slab is greater than 150mm (6 inch), so secondary beam is used and total slab thickness
will be less than 150mm.
for secondary beams

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sec sec check Eff. Depth


longer short longer 1/2 of total
dimension dim dim way slab,d(mm) depth(D) Remarks
7394 3697 6804 2 111.09 131.09
6804 3402 6704 2 102.22 122.22
6922 3461 6704 2 104.00 124.00
6804 3402 6704 2 102.22 122.22
take total
6922 3461 6704 2 104.00 124.00 depth of
7394 3697 6922 2 111.09 131.09 slab
(D)=135mm
6704 3352 5712 2 100.72 120.72
6704 3352 5712 2 100.72 120.72
5712 2856 4904 2 85.82 105.82
5712 2856 4904 2 85.82 105.82

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4.2.3PRELIMINARY DESIGN OF BEAM


CALCULATION OF BEAM DEPTH:

To get sufficient warning before the collapse of the beam under unexpected worst load case, it is
desirable to keep the depth such that the percentage of steel required is around 75% of that required
for the balanced section. Another consideration in selecting the depth of the beam is to ensure that
limit state of deflection is not reached. If we select depth of beam as 1/12 th to 1/15th of span, for
simply supported beams and 1/15th to 1/20th of span for continuous beams, normally the above
requirements are satisfied.

For primary beam:

Here, longest length of beam has taken i.e. : A2-B2

Using deflection criteria:

Effective depth (d) = of span

We take,

=616.166mm

We have adopted (d)= 650mm

Effective cover =50mm (considering moderate exposure)

Overall depth (D) = 650 +50 =700mm

We know,

We take:

b = 350mm

For secondary beam:

Total depth (D) =75% of main beam

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= 525mm

Adopted (D) =550 mm We

take:

b =275mm

Adopted (b)= 300mm

Checking depth of beam from MOR criteria

Fig : Effective area of slab appling load in beam A2-B2

1st Trail size of MB (700×350)mm& SB (550×300)mm

Load calculation main /primary beam(Wmb)=γconcrete

×c/s area of beam

=25×0.35×0.7

=6.125 KN/m

Secondary beam (Wsb) = γconcrete×c/s area of beam×length of S. beam

=25×0.3×0.55 ×6.932

=28.56 KN

Wall load (Wwl) =γbrickmasonary×width of wall × height

= 19×0.23 ×3.4

=14.9 kN
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Live load (LL) =intensity LL × breadth of load contributing of beam

= 4×3.461

=13.85 KN/m

Slab load (Wsl) = γconcrete×thickness × breadth of load contributing of beam

= 25 × 0.135× 3.461

= 11.68 KN/m

Floor finish (FF) = intensity FF × breadth of load contributing of beam

=1.5 ×3.461

=5.2 KN/m

W1 = (LL+ Wsl+FF) = 13.85+11.68+5.2 = 30.74 KN/m

Taking moment at center of above figure,

=146 KNm

Moment by MB (Mmb)= Wmb×l2/8 =6.125×7.3942 /8= 41.86 KNm

Moment by SB (Msb) = =26.4 KNm

Wall moment (Mwall) = Wwl×l2/8 =14.9× 7.3942 / 8= 102 KNm

Total moment (MT) = 2×Mmax+ Mmb+ Msb+Mwall

(×multiplied Mmax by 2 as load comes in beam from both sides of slab.)

= 2×146+41.86+26.4+102

= 462.26 KNm
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Factored moment (MFT) = 1.5× MT = 693.39 KNm

We have formula,

Eff. depth of beam (d)= =771.89 mm >700 (NOT OK)

Now size of beam should be increased,

2nd Trail size of MB (800×400)mm & SB (600×300)mm

Load calculation main /primary beam(Wmb)= γconcrete×c/s

area of beam

=25×0.4×0.8

=8.0 KN/m

Secondary beam (Wsb) = γconcrete×c/s area of beam×lengthof S. beam

=25×0.6×0.3×6.932

=31.194 KN

Other loads are as above, no change. So, Mmax=146 KNm

Mmb=54.67 KNm

Msb =28.83 KNm

Mwall=102 KNm

MT =2×Mmax+ Mmb+ Msb+Mwall = 477.5 KNm MFT

= 1.5× MT =716 KNm

d= = 733.72 mm < 800 (OK)

We take, eff. Cover = 60mm

Total depth (D) = 733.72 + 60 = 793.72 mm

We adopted MB (800×400) & SB (600×300)mm.

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4.2.4PRELIMINARY DESIGN OF COLUMN


Taking the central column B2(C1) as the largest size of all columns.

Typical floor height = 3.4 m

No. of floors =7

Contribution area of slab (As)=(3.35+3.697)×(3.461+3.402) = 48.37 m2 .

Volume of slab (Vs) =As×0.135= 6.53 m3.

The total load on column C1 comprises of following loads.

Load of Main Beam = 25×0.4×0.8×7.394

= 59 KN.

Load of Secondary Beam =25×0.6×0.3×6922

=32 KN.

Load calculation for column C1:suppose (750×750)mm size of column C1.

Dead load of slab =25×6.53 00

=163.25 KN.

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Self wt. of column = 25×0.75×0.75×3.4

=47.8 KN

Wt. of main beam =4×59/2

=118 KN

Wt. of secondary beam = 4×32/2

=64 KN

Wt. of wall =19×12.612×0.23×3.4×0.2 (taking 20% of wall wt. in contribution


area)

= 37.5 KN

Floor finish load (FF) =1.5×48.37

= 72.55 KN

Live load (LL) =4×48.37

=193.48 KN

Roof load (RL) =1.5×48.37

=72.56 KN

Total load on typical floor(Wt)=47.8+64+118+37.5+72.55+193.48+163.25

=697 KN

Total load on column from all floors =Wt×6+Wt-LL+RL

=697×6+697-193.48+72.56

=4758 KN

Total factored load on column =4758×1.5

=7137 KN

Total load including seismic load(25%) =7137×1.25

=8921 KN

Taking 2% reinforcement in column and load(Pu)=8921 KN

From graph of axial compression


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Ag=5600cm2

Size of column(d1)= =748 mm<750mm (assumed)

hence (OK)

So, Size of column C1 adopted is 750×750mm.

Total load calculation for column B1 (C2): taking edge column as medium sized column.

Assume, size of C2 as 600×600mm

Contribution area of slab=24m2

Total load on column C2 comprises of following loads.

Self weight of column = 25×0.6×0.6×3.4

=30.6 KN

Wt. of slab =25×24×0.135=81 KN

Wt. of main beam =3×59/2

=88.5 KN

Wt. of secondary beam=2×32/2

=32 KN

Wt. of wall =0.67×140.8 (taking 67% of wall load in influence area)

=94.3 KN

Floor finish load (FF) =1.5×24

= 36 KN
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Live load (LL) =4×24

=96 KN

Roof load (RL) =1.5×24 =36 KN

Total load on typical floor(Wt)=30.6+88.5+32+94.3+36+96+81

= 458 KN

Total load on column from all floors =Wt×6+Wt-LL+RL

=458×6+458-96+36

=3146 KN

Total factored load on column =3146×1.5

=4719 KN

Total load including seismic load(25%) =4719×1.25

=5899 KN

Taking 2% reinforcement in column and load(Pu)=5899 KN

From graph of axial compression

Ag=3600 cm2

Size of column(d1)= =600 mm=600mm (assumed)

hence (OK)

So, Size of column (2) adopted is 600×600mm.

Total load calculation for column B2 (C3): Taking corner column as the smallest of all
columns.

Assume, size of C3 as 500×500mm.


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Contribution area of slab=12.6m2

Total load on column C3 comprises of following loads.

Self weight of column = 25×0.5×0.5×3.4

=21.25 KN

Wt. of slab =25×12.6×0.135=42.5 KN

Wt. of main beam =2×59/2

=59 KN

Wt. of secondary beam=1×32/2

=16 KN

Wt. of wall =1.4× 19×6.549×0.23×3.4 (taking 140% of wall load in influence area)

=136.2 KN

Floor finish load (FF) =1.5×12.6

= 18.9 KN

Live load (LL) =4×12.6 =50.4 KN

Roof load (RL) =1.5×12.6 =18.9 KN

Total load on typical floor(Wt)=21.25+42.5+59+16+136.2+50.4+18.9

= 344 KN

Total load on column from all floors =Wt×6+Wt-LL+RL

=344×6+344-50.4+18.9

=2377 KN

Total factored load on column =2377×1.5

=3566 KN

Total load including seismic load(25%) =3566×1.25

=4458 KN

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Taking 2% reinforcement in column and load(Pu)=4458 KN

From graph of axial compression

Ag=2400 cm2

Size of column(d1)= =490 mm<500mm (assumed)

hence (OK)

So, Size of column (C3) adopted is 500×500mm.

Taking the central column D4(C1’) as the largest size of all columns

Typical floor height = 3.4 m

No. of floors =3

Contribution area of slab (As)=(3.352+2.452)×(2.856+2.856) = 33.15 m2 .

Volume of slab (Vs) =As×0.135= 4.48 m3.

The total load on column C1’ comprises of following loads.

Load of Main Beam = 25×0.4×0.8×7.394

= 59 KN.

Load of Secondary Beam =25×0.6×0.3×6922

=32 KN.

Load calculation for column C1’:suppose (450×450)mm size of column C1’.

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Dead load of slab =25×4.48

=112 KN.

Self wt. of column = 25×0.45×0.45×3.4

=17.2 KN

Wt. of main beam =4×59/2

=118 KN

Wt. of secondary beam = 4×32/2

=64 KN

Wt. of wall =19×11.516×0.23×3.4×0.2 (taking 20% of wall wt. in contribution


area)

= 34.33 KN

Floor finish load (FF) =1.5×33.15

= 49.7 KN

Live load (LL) =4×33.15

=132.6 KN

Roof load (RL) non accessible roof = 1.5×33.15

=49.7 KN

Total load on typical floor(Wt)= 112+17.2+118+64+34.33+49.7+132.6

=528 KN

Total load on column from all floors =Wt×2+Wt-LL+RL

=528×2+528-132.6+49.7

=1501 KN

Total factored load on column =1501×1.5

=2252 KN

Total load including seismic load(25%) =2252×1.25


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=2815 KN

Taking 2% reinforcement in column and load(Pu)=8921 KN

From graph of axial compression

Ag=1700cm2

Size of column(d1)= =412.3 mm<450mm (assumed)

hence (OK)

So, Size of column C1’ adopted is 450×450mm.

Total load calculation for column E4 (C2’): taking edge column as medium sized column.

Assume, size of C2’ as 400×400mm

Contribution area of slab=19.2m2

Volume of slab (Vs) =As×0.135= 6 m3

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Total load on column C2’ comprises of following loads.

Self weight of column = 25×0.4×0.4×3.4

=13.6 KN

Wt. of slab =25×6=150 KN

Wt. of main beam =3×59/2

=88.5 KN

Wt. of secondary beam=2×32/2

=32 KN

Wt. of wall =0.67×9×19×0.23×3.4 (taking 67% of wall load in influence area)

=90 KN

Floor finish load (FF) =1.5×19.2

= 28.8 KN

Live load (LL) =4×19.2

=76.8 KN

Roof load (RL) =1.5×19.2=28.8 KN

Total load on typical floor(Wt)=150+13.6+88.5+32+90+28.8+76.8

= 480 KN

Total load on column from all floors =Wt×2+Wt-LL+RL

=480×2+480-76.8+28.8

=1392 KN

Total factored load on column =1392×1.5

=2088 KN

Total load including seismic load(25%) =2088×1.25

=2610 KN

Taking 2% reinforcement in column and load(Pu)=5899 KN

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From graph of axial compression

Ag=1600 cm2

Size of column(d1)= =400 mm=400mm (assumed)

hence (OK)

So, Size of column C2’ adopted is 400×400mm.

Total load calculation for column E5 (C3’): Taking corner column as the smallest of all
columns.

Assume, size of C3’ as 300×300mm.

Contribution area of slab=9.57m2

Volume of slab (Vs) =As×0.135= 1.29 m3

Total load on column C3’ comprises of following loads.

Self weight of column = 25×0.5×0.5×3.4

=21.25 KN

Wt. of slab =25×1.29=32.3 KN

Wt. of main beam =2×59/2

=59 KN

Wt. of secondary beam=1×32/2

=16 KN

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Wt. of wall =19×6.2×0.23×3.4

=92 KN

Floor finish load (FF) =1.5×9.57

= 14.4 KN

Live load (LL) =4×9.57 =38.3 KN

Roof load (RL) =1.5×9.57=14.4 KN

Total load on typical floor(Wt)=38.3+14.4+92+16+59+32.3+21.25

= 274 KN

Total load on column from all floors =Wt×2+274-LL+RL

=274×2+274-38.3+14.4

=798 KN

Total factored load on column =798×1.5

=1197 KN

Total load including seismic load(25%) =1197×1.25

=1497 KN

Taking 2% reinforcement in column and load(Pu)=1497 KN

From graph of axial compression

Ag=800 cm2

Size of column(d1)= =280 mm<300mm (assumed)

hence (OK)

So, Size of column (C3’) adopted is 300×300mm.

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ADOPTED SIZE FOR MODELLING:

SLAB:

 SLAB DEPTH :135 mm.

BEAMS:

 MAIN BEAM SIZE : 800×400 mm.


 SECONDARY BEAM : 600×300 mm.

COLUMN:

 CENTRAL COLUMN (C1): 750×750mm.  EDGE COLUMN


(C2) : 600×600mm.

CORNER COLUMN (C3) :500×500mm

4.3.Seismic load calculations:


Seismic weight is the total dead load plus appropriate amount of specified imposed load. While
computing the seismic load weight of each floor, the weight of columns and walls in any storey
shall be equally distributed to the floors above and below the storey. The seismic weight of the
whole building is the sum of the seismic weights of all the floors. It has been calculated according
to IS 1893(part I):2002.

We calculated dead load for each floor i.e. dead load of main beams, secondary beams, columns,
slab, staircase, walls, and lift wall. Similarly, live load on all floor was calculated. Then, the
center of mass and center of stiffness were calculated.

Center of Stiffness (CS): The point through which the resultant of the restoring forces of the system
act.

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Center of Mass: The point through which the resultant of the masses of system acts. The point
corresponds to the center of gravity of masses of system. Structural eccentricity (e)

e= |CS – CM|

The location of centre of mass is determined by,

Xm and Ym

The location of the centre of stiffness is determined by

Xs and Ys

Kx and Ky

Where kxandky are lateral stiffness of a particular element along the x and y axes respectively.

E = Young’s modulus of elasticity

I = Moment of Inertia

L= Length of the member

In order to calculate the base shear, we find the seismic weight which is multiplied by the
horizontal seismic coefficient Ah to obtain the base shear. The design horizontal seismic
coefficient Ah for a structure shall be determined by the following expression.

Ah

Where

Z= Zone factor given by IS 1893 (part I): 2002 table 2

Here for one V, Z= 0.36

I = Importance factor given by IS 1893 (part I): 2002 table 6 (notes)

Here, I= 1.5

(Note: The value of importance factor I has been taken as 1.5 as per safety consideration and the
choice of the designer)

R= Response reduction factor given by IS 1893 (part I): 2002 table 7

Here, R= 5(For special moment resisting frame)


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Sa/g = Average response acceleration coefficient which depends on fundamental natural period of
vibration (Ta), soil type at the site and damping of the structure. The value is determined from Fig.
2 of IS 1893 (part I): 2002

The approximate fundamental natural time period of vibration (Ta) in seconds may be estimated by
the empirical expression (clause 7.6.2 of IS 1893 (part I): 2002)

Ta

Where, h= height of the

building, in m

D= Base dimension of the building at the plinth level, in m, along the considered direction of the
lateral force.

4.3.1CALCULATION OF CENTRE OF MASS AND STIFFNESS


BASEMENT

Components Total weight Wi ×Xi Wi ×Yi

Wall 1859.223 25301.285 27984.1


Slab 4721.743 72974.765 57038.4
Column 1231.219 18329.721 14718.5
Beam 2539.427 40710.313 30600.2
TOTAL 10351.6 157316.1 130341.1

Mass Stiffness
eccentricity
center center
ex ey Remarks
15.19725 12.5913862 16.9 12.4 -1.7 0.165737

GROUND FLOOR

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Components Total weight Wi ×Xi Wi ×Yi

Column 1275.0 13317.3 13209.3


P. Hor. Beam 823.2 9304.9 8896.1
P. ver. Beam 737.1 8075.5 8889.2
Sec. hor.
113.2 1448.6 1639.0
Beam
Sec. Ver.
164.8 1719.6 1810.4
Beam
Slab 4423.7 54213.6 51509.4
Wall 1955.4 15890.7 26305.0
TOTAL 9492.4 103970.1 112258.3

Mass Stiffness
eccentricity
center center
ex ey Remarks

10.95 11.83 8.86 14.36 2.09 2.53

1st Floor

Components Total weight Wi ×Xi Wi ×Yi

Column 893.5 9898.5 10421.8


P. Hor. Beam 823.2 9304.9 8896.1
P. ver. Beam 737.1 8073.5 8887.0
Sec. hor.
113.2 1448.6 1639.0
Beam
Sec. Ver.
164.8 1719.6 1810.4
Beam
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Slab 4377.2 54344.7 49567.3


Wall 1570.8 15906.8 20787.9
TOTAL 8679.8 100696.7 102009.4

Mass Stiffness
eccentricity
center center
ex ey Remarks
11.60131 11.75255152 8.7 12.5 2.9 0.734619

2nd Floor

Components Total weight Wi ×Xi Wi ×Yi

Column 893.5 9898.5 10421.8


P. Hor. Beam 823.2 9304.9 8896.1
P. ver. Beam 737.1 8073.5 8887.0
Sec. hor.
113.2 1448.6 1639.0
Beam
Sec. Ver.
164.8 1719.6 1810.4
Beam
Slab 4763.5 59653.8 54078.5
Wall 1570.8 15906.8 20787.9
TOTAL 9066.0 106005.8 106520.7

Mass Stiffness
eccentricity
center center
ex ey Remarks

11.69 11.75 8.75 12.49 2.95 0.74

3rd Floor

Components Total weight Wi ×Xi Wi ×Yi

Column 759.7 6124.2 9480.4

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P. Hor. Beam 549.0 3913.8 6228.9


P. ver. Beam 551.3 3891.1 7127.7
Sec. hor.
61.8 437.8 1280.4
Beam
Sec. Ver.
120.7 851.8 1246.3
Beam
Slab 2895.85 22056.45 36589.40
Wall 1184.3 7430.5 18598.2
TOTAL 6122.7 44705.6 80551.3

Mass Stiffness
eccentricity
center center
ex ey Remarks
7.301584 13.15610589 6.6 13.1 -0.7 0.014666

4TH Floor & 5TH Floor

Components Total weight Wi ×Xi Wi ×Yi

Column 759.7 6124.2 9480.4


P. Hor. Beam 549.0 3913.8 6228.9
P. ver. Beam 551.3 3891.1 7127.7
Sec. hor.
61.8 437.8 1280.4
Beam
Sec. Ver.
120.7 851.8 1246.3
Beam
Slab 3029.2 22151.5 38418.9
Wall 1184.3 7430.5 18598.2
TOTAL 6256.1 44800.7 82380.9

Mass Stiffness
eccentricity
center center
ex ey Remarks

7.16 13.17 6.61 13.14 -0.55 0.03

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6TH Floor

Components Total weight Wi ×Xi Wi ×Yi

Column 759.7 6124.2 9480.4


P. Hor. Beam 549.0 3913.8 6228.9
P. ver. Beam 551.3 3891.1 7127.7
Sec. hor.
61.8 437.8 1280.4
Beam
Sec. Ver.
120.7 851.8 1246.3
Beam
Slab 2370.05 17938.61 29552.75
Wall 1184.3 7430.5 18598.2
TOTAL 5596.9 40587.8 73514.7

Mass Stiffness
eccentricity
center center
ex ey Remarks
7.25179 13.13480162 6.6 13.1 -0.6 -0.00664

(For detail calculation of COM & COS see at Annex-A)

BASE SHEAR CALCULATION


Calculation of the fundamental natural period of vibration of building (Ta)
for RC frame building , Ta = 0.075×h^0.75

Height of building from the ground (h) = 29.9m


Ta = 0.075×29.9^0.75
Ta = 0.96 sec

Calculation of design horizontal seismic coefficient (Ah)

Zone factor (Z) = 0.36

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Importance Factor (I) = 1.0 (Office building)


Response reduction factor (R) = 5.0 (SMRF-Dutile Detailing)

For medium soil sites; (assume)


Avearge response acceleartion coefficient (Sa/g) = 1.36/Ta
(0.55 <= T<= 4.00) 1.67/Ta (0.67≤Ta≥4.00)

Sa/g = 1.67/0.96 = 1.74 /sec

Ah = (Z×I×Sa)/(2×R)
Ah = (0.36×1×1.74)/(2×5)
Ah = 0.062 ≈ 0.062

Calculation of design seismic base shear (Vb)


SN Floor level Weight
2 ground 9224.5345
3 first 7966.3303
4 second 7759.1547
5 third 7759.1547
6 fourth 5602.8151
7 fifth 5602.8151
8 sixth 5602.8151
9 seventh 4094.1557
Total(W) 53611.775

Vb = Ah×W
Vb = 0.062 × 53611.775
Vb =3324KN

Vertical distribution of design base shear force to different level


Earth quake
Wi hi
S.N. Floor level Wi×Hi2 force(Qi)
(KN) (m) (KN)
1 ground 9224.5345 2.85 74926.281 18.98536912
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2 first 7966.3303 7 390350.19 98.90978501


3 second 7759.1547 10.4 839230.17 212.6502783
4 third 7759.1547 13.8 1477653.4 374.4186298
5 fourth 5602.8151 17.2 1657536.8 419.9988051
6 fifth 5602.8151 20.6 2377610.6 602.4563715
7 sixth 5602.8151 24 3227221.5 817.7369921
8 seventh 4094.1557 27.4 3073728.3 778.8437688
Total 53611.775 29.9 13118257 3324

SECTION 5
IDEALIZATION OF STRUCTURE

5.1 IDEALIZATION OF THE STRUCTURE


Idealization of the structure can be defined as the introduction of necessary constraints/restraints in
the real structure as postulates to conform the design of this structure within the domain of available
theories assuring required degree of performance to some probabilistic measure.

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This type of idealization helps us constrain infinite number of design variables to those that we can
address properly with the available design philosophies. In design of RCC structures, chiefly two
idealizations are employed namely:

1. Idealization of Load
2. Idealization of Structure

The idealization of utmost importance is the idealization of structure. This idealization imposes
restraints/ constraints to those variables which we are unable to address properly otherwise.
Imploring the details of these idealizations, we need to start at the elemental level. Thus we proceed
with idealization of supports, slab elements, staircase element, beam and column element and the
entire structural system.

A. IDEALIZATION OF SUPPORTS

In general, idealization of supports deals with the assessment of fixity of structure at the foundation
level.

In more detail terms, this idealization is adopted to assess the stiffness of soil bearing strata
supporting the foundation. Although the stiffness of soil is finite in reality and elastic foundation
design principles address this property to some extent, our adoption of rigid foundation overlooks
it. Elastic property of soil is addressed by parameters like Modulus of Elasticity, Modulus of
Subgrade reaction etc., addressing all these parameters are beyond the scope of this project. This is
where idealization comes into play, equipping us with the simplified theory of rigid foundation in
soil.

B. IDEALIZATION OF SLAB

Idealization of slab element is done in earthquake resistant design to perform as a rigid floor
diaphragm. This idealization is done for the slab to behave as a thin shell element subjected to out-
of-plane bending only under the action of gravity loads. Due to infinite in-plane stiffness of the
shell element, lateral loads are not taken by the floor slab and hence resisted completely by the
columns. Hence such an idealized slab is then modeled in SAP2000 program for analysis.

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C. IDEALIZATION OF STAIRCASE

Doglegged staircase used in the building is idealized to behave as simply supported slab, supported
on beams at the floor and landing levels. This idealization helps us analyze the staircase slab in
strips subjected to distributed loading on the landing strip and going of the slab.

Detailing rules are then followed to address the negative bending moment that are induced on the
joint of going and top flight in the staircase, the rigorous analysis of which is beyond our scope.

Staircase being an area element is also assumed not to be a part of the integral load bearing frame
structure. The loads from staircase are transferred to the supports as vertical reactions and moments.

D. IDEALIZATION OF BEAMS AND COLUMNS

Beam column idealization is one of the most critical aspects of structural idealization to achieve the
desired behavior of the overall integrated structure.

Beams and columns are idealized to behave as linear elements in 3D. Beam column joints in the
structural planning are assumed to behave as perfectly rigid joints. In reality, perfect rigid joints do
not exist. Effects of partial fixity can be addressed in modeling by rigorous analysis of sectional
and material properties, which is beyond the limits of this project. Assumptions of rigid joints are
also found to perform well in nature, seen from years of practice.

Main beam and secondary beam joints are idealized as hinged joints owing to the detailing adopted
in such joints. Hinge beam assumption can have two impacts on structural behavior of secondary
beams. Firstly, lateral loads aren’t transferred to the secondary beams from main beams and hence
they can be idealized as flanged sections. Secondly, hinge connection at their extremities lets us
address the partial fixity of these beams in taking moments due to gravity loads.

Another idealization is addressing the section of main beam as rectangular in shape despite being
integrally connected with the slabs. The flange portions of these beams when subjected to reversal
of loading during earthquakes become ineffective in taking the tension induced in them and hence
we ignore their contribution in design.

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E. IDEALIZATION OF THE STRUCTURAL SYSTEM

After idealizing individual elements, we idealize the structural system in its entirety to behave as
our theoretical approximation for first order linear analysis and corresponding design.

The building is idealized as unbraced space frame. This 3D space framework is modeled in the
SAP2000 for analysis. Loads are modeled into the structure in several load cases and load
combinations.

The building then, subjected to gravity and lateral loads are analyzed for necessary structural
responses to design the members.

SECTION 6
STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
6.1 ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURE
The analysis of structure is carried out in a commercial computer software SAP2000 v19, the salient
features of which are already explained in detail in methodology.

The results of analysis are used according to our necessities in designing representative beams and
columns sections. A detailed manual design of these sample representative sections are presented
later.

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Fig: Model of the structure in SAP2000

6.2 STOREY DRIFT COMPUTATION FROMSAP2000 ANALYSIS


Once all the loads are computed and all possible load combinations are developed, we can model
these loads in the building. Analysis is done and the value of inter-storey drift for serviceability
condition is computed from absolute displacements for earthquake loads in both horizontal
directions.

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Fig: Drift along X- direction

STOREY DRIFT CALCULATION ALONG X-AXIS

Absolute Relative
Storey Displacement Displacement Permissible Drift
Level Case (mm) (mm) (mm) Remarks
Roof lvl Eqx 47.3 3.35 13.6 0k
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6th floor Eqx 43.95 5.15 13.6 0k


5th floor Eqx 38.8 6.64 13.6 0k
4th floor Eqx 32.17 7.31 13.6 0k
3rd floor Eqx 24.85 6.56 13.6 0k
2nd floor Eqx 18.29 6.87 13.6 0k
1st floor Eqx 11.42 7.05 13.6 0k
Plinth lvl Eqx 4.37 4.37 14.4 0k
Groundlvl Eqx 0 0 10 0k
Basement Eqx 0 0 0 0k

STOREY DRIFT CALCULATION ALONG Y-AXIS

Absolute Relative
Permissible
Storey Level Case Displacement Displacement Remarks
Drift (mm)
(mm) (mm)

Roof lvl Eqy 43.37 4.12 13.6 0k


6th floor Eqy 39.24 5.04 13.6 0k
5th floor Eqy 34.20 5.76 13.6 0k
4th floor Eqy 28.45 6.27 13.6 0k
3rd floor Eqy 22.18 6.52 13.6 0k
2nd floor Eqy 15.67 6.24 13.6 0k
1st floor Eqy 9.43 5.50 13.6 0k
Plinth lvl Eqy 3.92 3.92 14.4 0k
Ground lvl Eqy 0.00 0.00 10 0k
Basement Eqy 0.00 0.00 0 0k

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SAP OUTPUTS

Fig: Drift along Y- direction

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Fig: Axial Force Diagram

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Fig: Bending Moment Diagram

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Fig: Shear Force Diagram

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DESIGN
SECTION 7
DESIGN OF STRUCTURAL MEMBERS
7.1 DESIGN OF SLAB

Slab is a rigid plate which acts as roof or floor during the construction of building in which all the
points are equally displaced when a lateral load is applied on a point on a slab. Slab is a flexural
element and there are mainly two types of slab based on the ratio of longer to shorter span of the
room. They are as follows:

i. One way slab:


It is a slab with the ratio of longer to shorter span greater than 2 and the coefficients for it can
be used from Table 12 ( IS 456: 2000). ii. Two way slab:
It is the slab with the ratio of longer to shorter span less than or equal to 2 and the coefficient
for it can be used from Table 26 and 27 (IS 456:2000).

There are ten types of two way continuous slab depending upon the length and the discontinuous
edge. The conditions to be satisfied for use of these conditions are:

a) The loading of the adjacent span should be the same.


b) The span in each direction should be approximately equal.

The span moment per unit width (which are considered as positive in sign) and the negative
moments at continuous edge for these slabs are calculated from the equation:

Mx=αxwlx2 from span lx


My=αywlx2 from span ly

Spacing of bars on slab:

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i. Maximum spacing in main bar


a) 3 times the effective depth
b) 300 mm; whichever is less

ii. Maximum spacing in distribution bars


a) 5 times the effective depth
b) 450 mm; whichever is less

FLOWCHART FOR SLAB DESIGN

Determine factored load


W=1.5( DL+LL)
WD=1.5DL,WL=1.5LL

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DESIGN OF INTERIOR PANEL

Grade of concrete: M25 Grade of steel: Fe500

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Reference Step Calculation Output

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1. Interior panel

c/c spans:

Lx = 3461mm =3.461m

LY= 6704mm = 6.704 m

Assumed total depth (D)= 135 mm

Effective depth along Lx (lx) =115mm

Effective depth along Ly (ly) =105mm

Effective length along Lx (lx)= 3461 mm Lx= 3461


mm
Effective length along Ly (ly)= 6704 mm

Ly=6704 mm
Since ly/lx=1.937< 2, design as two way slab.

Design load
2. Dead load:

Self-weight = 3.375 KN/m2

Floor finish = 1.5 KN/m2

Total dead load = 4.875 KN/m2

Live load =4 KN/m2

Total load = 4.875+4 = 8.875 KN/m2

Factored design load (wu) = 1.5x8.875 =13.313 KN/m2

Moment calculation

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3. +ve bending moment coefficient at mid span along shorter


direction (αx+)= 0.048
IS 456:2000 αx+= 0.048
Table 26 -ve bending moment coefficient at mid span along shorter
direction (αx-)= 0.0637
αx- =0.0637
+ve bending moment coefficient at mid span along longer
direction (αy+)= 0.024

-ve bending moment coefficient at mid span along αy+ = 0.024 αy-
shorter direction (αy-)= 0.032 i
= 0.032
For short span
IS 456:2000
Mid span moment, Mx+ = αx+wulx2
Annex
D.1.1 = 0.048 x 13.313 x 3.4612

= 7.65KNm

Support moment , Mx- = αx-wulx2


Mx+=
= -0.0637 x 13.313x 3.4612 7.65KNm

= -10.16KNm

For long span


Mx- = -
Mid span moment, My+ = αy+wulx2
10.16KNm
2
= 0.024 x 13.313x 3.461

= 3.83KNm

Support moment, My- = αy-wulx2

= 0.032 x 13.313 x 3.4612 My+ =


3.83KNm

IS 456:2000 = - 5.1KNm

Annex G1.1
4.
Check for depth from Moment consideration

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My-= -
5.1KNm

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Depth of Slab, d=

Calculation of area of steel


5.

IS 456:2000

Clause
26.5.2.1
Calculation of minimum area of steel Min
6. steel,

Calculation of area of steel required


7.
Area of steel for different directions are calculated in
tabular form as follows:

For R, fy = 500MPa and fck = 25MPa

Mu Area of Percentage of Minimum


SP-16, steel steel area of steel
TABLE 4 required (Pt)=100*Ast/bd (mm2)
Ast
(mm2)

Mux+=7.65 157.22 0.137 162

Mux- 210.83 0.1833 162

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=10.16

Muy+=3.83 77.61 0.0675 162

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Muy-=5.1 103.82 0.09 162

The required spacing for steel bars in different directions


are calculated as follows:

IS 456-2000

Clause

26.3.3.b

Maximum spacing in shorter direction = 3dx or 300 mm


whichever is smaller

Maximum spacing in longer direction = 3dy or 300 mm


whichever is smaller

Taking spacing as 350 mm for both directions

Provide 10 mm φ bars @350 mm c/c in both directions.

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Provide 10
mm φ bars
@350 mm c/c
mm2
in both
Check for shear directions.
8.
Average effective depth (d) = (115+105)/2=110 mm mm2

Maximum shear force:

Vu= Wu(0.5lxn-d) where, lxn= clear span in shorter direction

= 3461-250/2-400/2

=3136 mm
IS 456-2000
Vu=13.313*(0.5*3.136-0.10) = 19.41kN
Table 19
Nominal shear stress = Vu/bd

=19.41*1000/(1000*100)=0.1765N/mm2

Percentage of tensile steel(pt)= 0.214%


IS 456:2000
For M25 grade concrete and pt=0.214%
Clause
40.2.1.1

For slab depth = 135 mm , K= 1.3

IS 456-2000 k =0.4355 N/mm2> <

Clause ok
23.2.1
Safe in shear

Check for deflection control

9.

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IS 456-2000

Clause Deflection is
26.2.1 within
permissible
value
ok
IS 456-2000
10.
Clause
26.2.3.3 Check for development length (For shorter span)

0
bend)

Where,
= 10.78

L0 = greater of d or 12 =120 mmm

mm >Ld ok

DESIGN OF CORNER SLAB (Two adjacent edges discontinuous)

Grade of concrete: M25 Grade of steel: Fe500

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Reference Step Calculation Output

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1. Two adjacent edges discontinuous c/c

12A- spans:

Lx = 3.697m

LY= 6.804m

Assumed total depth (D)= 135 mm

Effective depth along Lx (dx)=135-10/2-15= 115 mm

Effective depth along Ly (dy)= 115-10= 105 mm

Effective length along Lx (lx)= 3.697 m or (3697- Lx= 3.487m


400/2250/2+115)=3487 m

Effective length along Ly (ly)= 6.506 m or Ly=6.509m


(6804400+105)=6509 mm

Since ly/lx=1.8663< 2, design as two way slab.

Design load
2.
Dead load:

Self-weight = 3.375 KN/m2

False ceiling = 0KN/m2 partition

wall =4.3KN/m2

Floor finish = 1.5 KN/m2


Total dead load = 9.175 KN/m2

Live load =2 KN/m2

Total load = 9.175+2= 11.175 KN/m2

Factored design load (wu) = 1.5x11.175 =16.76 KN/m2


3.

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IS Moment calculation
456:2000
Table 26
+ve bending moment coefficient at mid span along αx+= 0.0664
shorter direction (αx+)= 0.0664
αx- = 0.088
-ve bending moment coefficient at mid span along
shorter direction (αx-)= 0.088

+ve bending moment coefficient at mid span along αy+ = 0.035 αy-
longer direction (αy+)= 0.035
= 0.047
-ve bending moment coefficient at mid span along
shorter direction (αy-)= 0.047

IS
456:2000
For short span
Annex
Mid span moment, Mx+ = αx+wulx2
D.1.1
Mx+= 13.52KNm
2
= 0.0664 x 16.76 x 3.487

= 13.52KNm

Support moment , Mx- = αx-wulx2


Mx- = -
= -0.088 x 16.76 x 3.4872 17.92KNm

= - 17.92 KNm

For long span

Mid span moment, My+ = αy+wulx2

= 0.035 x 16.76 x 3.4872 My+ = 7.128KNm

= 7.128 KNm

Support moment, My- = αy-wulx2

= 0.047 x 16.76 x 3.4872 My-= -9.573KNm

4. = 9.573KNm
IS
456:2000

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Annex Check for depth from Moment consideration


G1.1

Depth of Slab, d=
5. mm

Calculation of area of steel

IS
456:2000 6.

Clause
26.5.2.1 Calculation of minimum area of steel Min

steel,

7.

Calculation of area of steel required

Area of steel for different directions are calculated in


SP-16, tabular form as follows:
TABLE 4
For R, fy = 500MPa and fck = 25MPa
Mu Area of Percentage of Minimum
steel steel area of steel
required (Pt)=100*Ast/ (mm2)
Ast bd
2
(mm )

Mux+=13.5 305.01 0.3645 162


2

Mux-=17.92 413.03 0.4977 162

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Muy+=7.12 156.255 0.184 162


8

Muy-=9.573 212.075 0.358 162

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The required spacing for steel bars in different


directions are calculated as follows:

IS
4562000
Maximum spacing in shorter direction = 3dx or 300 mm
Clause whichever is smaller

26.3.3.b
Maximum spacing in longer direction = 3dy or 300 mm
whichever is smaller

Taking spacing as 180 mm for both directions

Provide 10 mm φ bars @180 mm c/c in both directions.

mm2

Provide 10 mm φ
bars @130 mm c/c
in both directions.

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8. mm
=604.2
Check for shear mm2
Average effective depth (d) = (115+105)/2=110

Maximum shear force:

Vu= Wu(0.5lxn-d) where, lxn= clear span in shorter


direction

= 3.372 m

Vu=22.31*(0.5*3.372-0.110) = 35.205kN

Nominal shear stress = Vu/bd


IS
4562000 =16.27*1000/(1000*110)=0.32N/mm2
Table 19 Percentage of tensile steel(pt)= 0.55%

For M25 grade concrete and pt=0.55%


IS
456:2000
ok
Clause
40.2.1.1 For slab depth = 135 mm , K= 1.3 k

=0.65 N/mm2> <

Check for deflection control

IS 9.
4562000 Safe in shear

Clause
23.2.1

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ok

Deflection is
Check for development length within
IS 10. permissible
4562000 value
Clause (For 900
26.2.1 bend)

IS
4562000

Clause
26.2.3.3 Where,
= 36.58

L0 = greater of d or 12

>Ld ok =120 mmm

DESIGN OF EDGE PANEL WITH ONE EDGE DISCONTINUOUS

Grade of concrete: M25 Grade of steel: Fe500

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Reference Step Calculation Output

1. One long edge discontinuous c/c

spans:

Lx = 3402mm=3.402m

LY=6.704m

Assumed total depth (D)= 135 mm

Effective depth along Lx (dx)=115 mm

Effective depth along Ly (dy)=105 mm

Effective length along Lx (lx)= 3402 mm or (3402- Lx= 3202 mm


230/2400/2+115)=3202 mm

Effective length along Ly (ly)= 6704 mm or Ly=6409 mm


(6704400+105=6409 mm

Since ly/lx=1.999< 2, design as two way slab.


2.
Design load

Dead load:

Self-weight = 3.375 KN/m2

False ceiling = 0 KN/m2

Floor finish = 1.5 KN/m2

Total dead load = 4.875 KN/m2

Live load =3 KN/m2

Total load = 3+4.875 = 7.875 KN/m2

Factored design load (wu) = 1.5x 7.875 =11.81 KN/m2

3.

Moment calculation

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+ve bending moment coefficient at mid span along shorter

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IS direction (αx+)= 0.065 αx+= 0.065


456:2000
Table 26 -ve bending moment coefficient at mid span along shorter αx- =0.085
direction (αx-)= 0.085

+ve bending moment coefficient at mid span along longer


direction (αy+)= 0.028 αy+ = 0.028 αy-

-ve bending moment coefficient at mid span along shorter = 0.037


direction (αy-)= 0.037
IS
456:2000
For short span
Annex
D.1.1 Mid span moment, Mx+ = αx+wulx2

= 0.065*11.81*3.2022
Mx+= 7.865KNm
= 7.865KNm

Support moment , Mx- = αx-wulx2

= 0.085*11.81*3.2022 Mx- = -
10.285KNm
= -10.285KNm

For long span

Mid span moment, My+ = αy+wulx2

= 0.028*11.81*3.2022
My+ =
= 3.388KNm
3.388KNm
Support moment, My- = αy-wulx2

= 0.037 *11.81*3.2022

= -4.478KNm My-= -
4.478KNm

4.
IS
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456:2000 Check for depth from Moment consideration

Annex
G1.1 Depth of Slab, d=

5.

Calculation of area of steel

IS
456:2000 6.
Calculation of minimum area of steel Min
Clause
steel,
26.5.2.1

7. Calculation of area of steel required

Area of steel for different directions are calculated in


tabular form as follows:

For R, fy = 500MPa and fck = 25MPa

Mu Area of Percentage of Minimum


steel steel area of steel required (Pt)=100*Ast/
SP-16, (mm2)
Table 4 Asts(mm2 bd
)
Mux+=7.8 163.277 0.121 162
65

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Mux- 215.55 0.16 162


=10.285

Muy+=3.3 69.16 0.0512 162


88

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Muy- 91.778 0.068 162 =4.478

The required spacing for steel bars in different directions


are calculated as follows:

Maximum spacing in shorter direction = 3dx or 300 mm


whichever is smaller

Maximum spacing in longer direction = 3dy or 300 mm


IS whichever is smaller
4562000

Clause

26.3.3.b Taking spacing as 300 mm for both directions

Provide 10 mm φ bars @300 mm c/c in both directions.

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Provide 10 mm
φ bars @300 mm
mm2 c/c in both
directions.

8. =261
2
Check for shear .67mm

Average effective depth (d) = (105+115)/2=110 mm

Maximum shear force:

Vu= Wu(0.5lxn-d) where, lxn= clear span in shorter


direction

= 11.81 (0.5*3.087-0.110)

=16.95 KN

Nominal shear stress = Vu/bd

=16.95*1000/(1000*110)=0.1695N/mm2

Percentage of tensile steel(pt)= 1.046%


IS
For M25 grade concrete and pt=1.046%
4562000

Table 19

Clause
40.2.1.1 For slab depth = 135 mm , K= 1.3

k =0.844 N/mm2> <

ok
9.
Safe in shear
IS Check for deflection control
4562000

Clause
23.2.1

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ok

IS 10. Check for development length (For shorter span)


4562000

Clause
26.2.1 0
bend)

Deflection is
within
permissible
value

IS
4562000
Where,
Clause
26.2.3.3 = 16.48

L0 = greater of d or 12 =120 mmm

mm >Ld ok

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Design of cantilever slab:


Selection of preliminary depth of slab:

Basic value of span to depth ratio (cl. 23.2.1 of IS 456) = 7

Modification factor with assumed p = 0.5 and fs = 240 N/mm2 is obtained as 1.18 from
Fig.4 of IS 45

Modification factor = 1.18

Minimum effective depth = 2875/7(1.18) = 228.175 mm

Assume d = 230 mm and D = 250 mm.

Design loads, bending moment and shear force

Live load = 4 KN/m2

Floor finish = 1.5KN/m2

(Assuming depth same as of other slabs i.e 135 mm)

Dead load =0.25*25 = 6.25 KN/m2

Total load = 11.75 KN/m2

Factored load = 1.5*11.75 = 17.625 KN/m2

Length of cantilever beam = 2.875m

Max negative Bending moment = wl2/2

= (7.875*2.8752/2)

= 72.84 KNm

Maximum shear force = 17.625*2.875 = 50.67 KN

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Checkfor depth from Moment consideration

Depth of Slab, d= = 148 mm < 230 mm.

Since the value is less than 230mm so take 230mm.

Calculation of area of steel

mm2

Depth of slab for shear force

Using the value of k = 1.1 (cl. 40.2.1.1 of IS 456) for the slab of 250 mm depth, we
have τc (from Table 19 of IS 456) = 1.1(0..4068) = 0.45 N/mm2 . Table 20 of IS 456
givesτc,max = 3.1 N/mm2 .τv=vu/bd = 0.22 N/mm2 The depth of the slab is safe in shear
as k > < ok

Providing 10 mm bars

Spacing required =
so provide 12 mm diameter bars @ spacing of 144.8 mm both sides.

Note :For Detail reinforcement of slab design , see ANNEX-B .

7.2 DESIGN OF BEAM


The beam is flexural member which distributes the vertical load to the column and resists the
bending moment . The design of the beam deals with the determination of the beam section
(700×400mm) and secondary beam (200×400mm)

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For convenience, we have considered all the sections as under-reinforced ones. The singly
reinforced and doubly reinforced sections are designed as per the requirement, i.e. comparision
with the limiting moment, Mu,lim .

IS 456:2000 is referred for the calculation of the required steel in the beam.

For the singly reinforced section, steel is calculated by using the formula from G.1.1.b

Mu,lim = 0.87×fy×Ast×d×[1-Ast×fy/(b×d×fck)]

Limiting moment of the resistance is given by the equation:

Mu,lim = 0.36Xu,max/d×(1-0.42Xu,max/d)bd2fck

For the section with the compression reinforcement, where the ultimate moment of resistance of
the section exceeds the limiting value Mu,lim the compression reinforcement may be obtained by

Mu-Mu,lim = fsc×Asc(d-d’)

Where,

Mu = ultimate moment of resistanceof the section

Mu,lim = limiting moment of resistance

Xu = neutral axis depth

Xu,lim = limiting value of Xu

D = effective depth ,

D = width of the compression face , d’

= effective cover

fy = characteristic strength of the reinforcement fck= characteristic strength

of the concrete fsc = design stress in compression reinforcement

corresponding to strain of

0.0035×(Xu,max-d’)/Xu,max
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Ast = area of the tension reinforcement

Asc = area of compression reinforcement

Total area of tension reinforcement in the doubly reinforced beam sections shall be obtained by

Asty = Ast1+ Ast2,where,

Ast = total tension reinforcement

Ast1 = area of tensile reinforcement for singly reinforced section for Mu,lim Ast2

= Asc×fsc/0.87fy

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FLOWCHART FOR FLEXURAL REINFORCEMENT


Take moment of each beam(Mu)

`Determine Ratio Ly/Lx


Calculate Mlim
2
Mlim=0.133 fckbd

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DUCTILE DESIGN OF PRIMARY BEAM (10.4m-LVL-2AB)

Concrete Grade: M25Steel Grade: Fe500 (TMT)


Ref Step Calculations Output

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1) Known Data D = 700 mm


Overall Depth of Beam, D = 700 mm B = 400 mm
Width of Beam, B = 400 mm d = 650mm
d’ = 50mm
Considering 1 layers of 20mm bar
d’/d =
Effective depth, d=700-40-20/2 = 650 mm 50/650=0.077
IS13920:1993
cl.6.1.3 2)
Check for member size
IS13920:1993
Width of beam, B = 400 mm > 230mm, OK Flexural Member
cl.6.1.2
Depth of beam, D = 700 mm
IS13920:1993
B/D = 400/700 = 0.57> 0.3, OK
cl.6.1.4
Span Length = 7394mm (c/c)
Clear Span, L= 7394 -600 = 6794 m
IS13920:1993
L/D = 6794/700 =9.7> 4, OK
cl.6.2.1(b)
3)
Check for Limiting Longitudinal Reinforcement
Min. Reinforcement, Astmin= 0.24 fck =
IS13920:1993 25
0.24
cl.6.2.2 500 Astmin= 672 mm2
fy
= 0.0024 = 0.24%
= 0.24 x 400 x 700 / 100 = 672 mm2
Ast,max= 7000 mm2
Max. Reinforcement, Ast,max= 0.025bD
=0.025 x 400 x 700 = 7000 mm2
4)
Design for Flexure Mulim= 561.925
Mulim = 0.138fckbd2 = 0.138x25x400x7002 KN-m
=561.925KN-m

At left end
For hogging moment(-ve moment)
Mu=690 N-mm
Torsional Moment , Tu= 64 KNm
longitudinal reinforcement shall be designed to resist
an equivalent bending moment,
Me1=Mu + Mt
Mt=Tu * (1+D/b)/1.7=103.529 KNm
Since, Mt < Mu,no longitudinal reinforcement is
required on the flexural compression face for torsion. Doubly Reinforced
Me1=Mu+Mt=793.529 KNm
Section

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Me1>Mu,lim (doubly reinforceed)


d'/d=0.07 For mu,lim;
SP-16, Table

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IS13920:1993 2474.48 mm2


cl.6.2.3 Fsc=412 N/mm2

m
-mu,lim= (fsc*Fsc-σ*Asc)*(d-d’) u
231.3*106=(412-0.446*25)*Asc*(650-=50)
231.3*106=600*(412-0.446*25)*Asc
Asc=962.97mm2

Here,
0.87*Ast=Fsc*Asc Ast2=912mm2

Hence,
Ast=Ast1+Ast2 =\312+2474.48 Singly Reinforced
=3386.48mm2 Section

Asc=962.97mm2 ,provided 50% of Ast=1693mm2

At mid span
Sagging Moment,Mu= 338KNm
Torsional Moment , Tu= 15 KNm
SP-16, Table The longitudinal reinforcement shall be designed to
4 resist an equivalent bending moment,
Me1=Mu + Mt
IS13920:1993 Mt=Tu * (1+D/b)/1.7=24.26
cl.6.2.3 Since, Mt < Mu, No longitudinal reinforcement shall
be provided on the flexural compression face.
Me1=Mu+Mt=362.26KNm
Me1<Mu,lim

pt= 0.557 %
Ast=1559.6 mm2
Asc=50% of Ast=779.8 mm2

At right end
For hogging moment (-ve moment)
Mu=720KNm

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Torsional Moment , Tu= 73KNm


The longitudinal reinforcement shall be designed to Doubly
resist an equivalent bending moment, reinforced

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Me1=Mu + Mt
Mt=Tu * (1+D/b)/1.7=118.09KNm

Since, Mt < Mu, No longitudinal reinforcement shall


SP-16, Table be provided on the flexural compression face.
4 Me1=Mu+Mt= 839.09KNm
Me1>Mu,lim (doubly reinforce)
IS13920:1993
cl.6.2.3 For mu,lim;

Fsc=412 N/mm2

m
-mu,lim= (fsc*Fsc-σ*Asc)*(d-d’) u
(838.09-561.25)*106=(412-0.446*25)*Asc*(650-=50)
276.84*106=600*(412-0.446*25)*Asc
Asc=1148.25mm2

Here,
0.87*Ast=Fsc*Asc Ast2=1087.5mm2

Hence,
Ast=Ast1+Ast2 =1087.5+2474.48
= 3562 mm2

Asc=1148.52mm2 ,provided 50% of Ast=1781mm2

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FLEXURAL DESIGN OF BEAM (10.4m-LVL)

Beam Top reinforcement


Left Middle Right
Hogging -
moment 690 720
(KN-m)
Tu 64 ` 73
Mt 103.529 - 118.09
Me1=Mt + 793.529 - 838.09
Mu
Me1/bd2= - - -
Ast at top 3386.48 - 3862
(mm2)
Asc at 962.97 - 1148.25
bottom
required

Sagging -
moment 0 338
(KN-m)
Tu - 15 -
Mt - 24.26 -
Me1=Mt + - -
Mu 362.26
Me1/bd2= - 2.14 -
Ast at - 1559.6 -
bottom
required
Asc at top - 7779.8 -
required
According Minimum As at any
to IS face= 1/4 of maximum
13920:1993 negative steel provided
Cl. 6.2.4 at the face of either joint=
……. mm2

Summary of required reinforcement


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Top = 3386.48 Top = 1559.6 Bottom Top = 3862


Bottom = 1693 = 7779.8 Bottom = 1781

SUMMARY OF REINFORCEMENT FOR BEAM

Beam B5 Longitudinal Reinforcement


Left end Center Right end
Top 4-32mmФ +1-25mmφ 2-32mm Ф straight 4-32mm φ + 1-25mmφ
Reinforcement straight Steel Provided = straight
2
Steel provided = 1608.5mm Steel provided =
3707.86 mm2 (0.574%) 3707.86mm2
(1.32%) (1.32%)
Bottom 4-25mm Ф straight 4-25mm Ф straight+1- 4-25 Ф straight
Reinforcement Steel provided = 12mm Ф Steel Steel provided =
1963.5 mm2 Provided = 1963.54mm2
2
(0.7%) 1963.5 mm (0.7%)
(0.7%)

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Ref St Calculations Output


ep

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6) Calculation of Factored Shear Force

a. As per analysis (Design Shear Force)


At left end, Vu= 331 KN
Tu=64KNm
Equivalent Shear, Ve=Vu+ 1.6*Tu/b = 331.256 KN

At mid span
,
Vu= 21.712KN
Tu= 73KNm
Equivalent Shear, Ve=Vu+ 1.6*Tu/b
=21.74 KN

At right end,
Vu= 327 KN
Tu= 73KNm
Equivalent Shear, Ve=Vu+ 1.6*Tu/b
IS13920
= 327.29 KN
:1993

CL. b. Shear Force due to formation of plastic hinges at both


6.3.3.b ends of the beam plus factored gravity load on the span.
VaD+L= VbD+L= 296.4 KN

Mu,limAS=Mu,limBS=512.47

Mu,limAH=Mu,limBH= 930 KN

For sway to right:

Vu,a=VaD+L-1.4(Mu,limAS+Mu,limBH)/LAB= -0.979 KN
Vu,b=VbD+L+1.4(Mu,limAS+Mu,limBH)/LAB=592.979 KN
For sway to left:
Vu,a=VaD+L+1.4(Mu,limAH+Mu,limBS)/LAB= 592.979 KN
Vu,b=VbD+L-1.4(Mu,limAS+Mu,limBH)/LAB= -0.979 KN
Shear due to formation of plastic hinge at both end of the beam
is 296.4>21.74
Hence the design shear force: At
left end,Vu=593 KN> 331
At center,Vu= 296 KN> 21.7
At right end,Vu= 593 KN> 327

At left end, Vu= 593 KN


Tu=64KNm
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Equivalent Shear, Ve=Vu+ 1.6*Tu/b = 593.256 KN

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At mid span
,
Vu= 296KN
Tu= 73KNm
Equivalent Shear, Ve=Vu+ 1.6*Tu/b
IS456: =296.03 KN

2000 At right end,


Vu= 593 KN
Table 19 Tu= 73KNm
and 20 Equivalent Shear, Ve=Vu+ 1.6*Tu/b
= 593.292 KN

Check for Shear


7)
At left span

Tensile Steel provided at left end = 1.426 %

Permissible shear stress of concrete

c 0.727 N/mm2

c, max 3.1 N/mm2

Equivalent Shear, Ve=593.26 KN

2.281 N/mm2

τve>τc and τve<τc,max


Hence, transverse reinforcement shall be provided as below:

Asv= /( 1 1(0.87 ))+ /(2.5 1(0.87 ))

A nominal cover of 40mm along width and 40mm along depth

b1= 300 mm d1=


600 mm
Let us considers 10mmφ-4legged vertical stirrup ps
Asv= 314.16 mm2 solving
above eqn
sv= 182mm Also,
Asv=(τve- τc)/(0.87fy)*bSv

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Gives , sv= 220 mm<182 (ok)

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Required Sv =182mm
Provided Sv =170mm

At mid span
IS456:2 )
000 Tensile Steel provided at left end = 0.755%
cl.41.3.1
Permissible shear stress of concrete

c 0.57 N/mm

Equivalent Shear, Ve=296.03 KN

IS456:2 N/mm2
000
cl.41.4.3 τve<τc and τve<τc,max
Hence, transverse reinforcement shall be provided as
below:

Let us consider 10mmφ-2legged vertical


stirrups
Asv= 157.08 mm2 Asv= /( 1 1(0.87
))+ /(2.5 1(0.87

solving above eqn


sv= 287.1mm
Also,
Asv=(τve- τc)/(0.87fy)*bSv
Gives , sv= 300.21 mm<287.1 (ok)
IS456:2 Required Sv =287.1mm
000 Provided Sv =225mm
cl.26.5.1.
6
At right end

Tensile Steel provided at left end = 1.42%

Permissible shear stress of concrete

c 0.727 N/mm2

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c, max 3.1 N/mm2

Vu = 90.6 KN

Tu = 2.256KNm

Equivalent Shear, Ve= 593.292 KN

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N/mm2

τve>τc and τve<τc,max


Hence, transverse reinforcement shall be provided as below:

Asv= /( 1 1(0.87 ))+ /(2.5 1(0.87 ))

A nominal cover of 40mm along width and 40mm along depth

b1= 300 mm d1=


600 mm
Let us consider 10mmφ-4legged vertical stirrups
Asv= 314.16 mm2
solving above eqn
sv= 170.6 mm Also,
Asv=(τve- τc)/(0.87fy)*bSv
Gives , sv= 219.99 mm,>170 (OK)
Required Sv=107.6mm
Provided Sv=170mm
IS456:2
000 Check for shear reinforcement spacing
cl.26.5.1. The spacing of the stirrups for torsion shall be the least of
the following: x1=short dimension of the stirrups= 342 mm
7
Sv= 342mm
y1=long dimension of the stirrups= 642 mm
Sv= (x1+y1)/4= 246 mm
Sv,max=300 mm

The spacing of stirrups as confining reinforcement over a


length of 2d=2*650= 1300 shall be the least of the following: 8
IS13920
times the minimum diameter of longitudinal bar=8*25= 200
:1993
mm
cl.6.3.5 However, it need not be less than 100mm

Elsewhere, the beam shall have vertical hoops at a spacing not


exceeding d/2=650/2= 325 mm

Provision of Shear Reinforcement

IS456:2 • Provide 4- legged 10mmφ stirrup @ 170 mm c/c upto a


000 length of 2d=1300m from left end
Cl.26.5. • Provide 2- legged 10mmφ stirrup @ 150 mm c/c at
mid span

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1.3 Provide 4- legged 10mmφ stirrup @ 170 mm c/c upto


a length of 2d=1300mm from right end Design of Side
Reinforcement

IS456:2
000 Since d>450mm, reinforcement is required
CL.
23.2.1 Provide, 0.1% of b*D =

IS456:2 =280mm2
000 CL 2-16mm dia bars on each sides Spacing
26.2.3.3
=275mm<300mm (ok)

8) Check for deflection


IS 456 :
2000,CL
26.2.3.1
= 23

=1

= 1.1

= 1.16 λ=

, OK

Check for development length τbd


9)
for M25 = 1.4 N/mm2

Increasing 60% for deformed bars = 1.6x1.4

= 2.24 N/mm2

Ld mm

Lo= 8 φ( 90-degree bend)=

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For 16mm dia,

Ld =48.5*16=776.78 mm

Ld, provided= Ld-8 φ= 648.78mm

For 12mm dia,

Ld =48.5*12=582 mm

Ld, provided= Ld-8 φ= 486 mm

NOTE : For detail calculation of beam see at ANNEX-C DUCTILE DESIGN OF


SECONDARY BEAM (10.4m-LVL)

Concrete Grade: M25 Steel Grade: Fe500 (TMT)


Ref Step Calculations Output

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1) Known Data D = 450 mm


Overall Depth of Beam, D = 450 mm B = 250 mm
Width of Beam, B = 250 mm d = 415 mm
d’ = 35mm
Considering 1 layers of 20mm bar
d’/d = 35/415=0.084
Effective depth, d=450-25-20/2 = 415 mm
IS13920:1993
cl.6.1.3 2)
Check for member size
IS13920:1993 Flexural Member
Width of beam, B = 250 mm > 230mm, OK
cl.6.1.2
Depth of beam, D = 450 mm
IS13920:1993
B/D = 250/450 = 0.556> 0.3, OK
cl.6.1.4
Span Length = 6804 mm (c/c)
Clear Span, L= 6804 -400 = 6404 m
IS13920:1993
L/D = 6804/450= 15.12> 4, OK
cl.6.2.1(b)
3)
Check for Limiting Longitudinal Reinforcement
Min. Reinforcement,
IS13920:1993 Astmin= 270 mm2
Astmin= 0.24 fck = 0.24 25
cl.6.2.2
fy 500
= 0.0024 = 0.24%
= 0.317 x 250 x 450 / 100 = 270 mm2
Ast,max= 2812.8 mm2
Max. Reinforcement, Ast,max= 0.025bD
=0.025 x 250 x 450 = 2812.8 mm2
4) Mulim= 143.16 KN-m
Design for Flexure
Mulim = 0.138fckbd2 = 0.138x30x250x4502 =143.16
KN-m

At left end
For hogging moment(-ve moment) Mu=23.24
N-mm
Torsional Moment , Tu= 0.3 KNm
longitudinal reinforcement shall be designed to resist
an equivalent bending moment,
Me1=Mu + Mt
Mt=Tu * (1+D/b)/1.7=0.494 KNm
Since, Mt < Mu,no longitudinal reinforcement is Singly Reinforced
required on the flexural compression face for torsion. Section
Me1=Mu+Mt=23.734 KNm
Me1<Mu,lim
d'/d=0.084

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pt= 0.43 %
SP-16, Table
4 Ast= 146.25 mm2 <Ast, min
Ast provided= 270 mm2

IS13920:1993 Asc must be at least 50% of Ast


cl.6.2.3
50%of Ast = 135 mm 2<Ast, min
Asc provided= 270 mm2

At mid span
Sagging Moment,Mu= 95.12KNm
Torsional Moment , Tu= 1.2KNm
The longitudinal reinforcement shall be designed to
resist an equivalent bending moment,
Me1=Mu + Mt Singly Reinforced
Mt=Tu * (1+D/b)/1.7=1.98 Section
Since, Mt < Mu, No longitudinal reinforcement shall
be provided on the flexural compression face.
Me1=Mu+Mt=97.1KNm
Me1<Mu,lim

pt= 0.587 % Ast=


660.4 mm2
SP-16, Table Asc=50% of Ast=330.2 mm2
4

IS13920:1993
At right end
cl.6.2.3
For hogging moment (-ve moment)
Mu=41.51KNm
Torsional Moment , Tu= 2.256KNm
The longitudinal reinforcement shall be designed to
resist an equivalent bending moment,
Me1=Mu + Mt
Mt=Tu * (1+D/b)/1.7=3.72KNm

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Since, Mt < Mu, No longitudinal reinforcement shall

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be provided on the flexural compression face.


Me1=Mu+Mt= 45.23KNm
Me1<Mu,lim

Pt=0.255 %
Ast= 286.9 mm2

SP-16, Table Asc = 50% of Ast = 143.4 mm2<Ast, min


4 So,Asc provided= 270 mm2

IS13920:1993
cl.6.2.3

FLEXURAL DESIGN OF BEAM (10.4m-LVL)


Beam Top reinforcement
Left end Center Right end
Hogging -
moment 23.24 41.51
(KN-m)
Tu 0.3 - 2.256
Mt 0.494 - 3.72
Me1=Mt + 23.734 - 19.263
Mu
Me1/bd2= 0.55 - 0.7807
Ast at top 270 - 286.9
(mm2)
Asc at 270 - 270
bottom
required

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Sagging
moment 0 95.12 -
(KN-m)
Tu - 1.2 -
Mt - 1.98 -
Me1=Mt + - -
Mu 0.22
Me1/bd2= - 2.268 -
Ast at - 660.4 -
bottom
required
Asc at top - 330.2 -
required
According Minimum As at any
to IS face= 1/4 of maximum
13920:1993 negative steel provided
Cl. 6.2.4 at the face of either
joint= ……. mm2
Summary of required reinforcement
Top = 270 Bottom Top = 330.2 Bottom Top = 286.9 Bottom
= 270 = 660.4 = 270

SUMMARY OF REINFORCEMENT FOR BEAM

Providing 16 mm Bars,
Beam B5 Longitudinal Reinforcement
Left end Center Right end
Top 3-12mmφ straight 3-12mm Ф straight 3-12mm φ straight
Reinforcement Steel provided = Steel Provided = Steel provided =
339.3 mm 2
339.3 mm 2
339.3 mm2
(0.3%) (0.3%) (0.3%)
Bottom 2-16mm Ф straight 2-16mm Ф straight+1- 2-16 Ф straight
Reinforcement Steel provided = 12mm Ф Steel Steel provided =
402.1 mm 2 Provided = 402.1 mm2
2
(0.357%) 716.3 mm (0.357%)
(0.636%)

Ref St Calculations Output


ep

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6) Calculation of Factored Shear Force

c. As per analysis (Design Shear Force)


At left end, Vu= 60.5 KN
Tu=0.3KNm
Equivalent Shear, Ve=Vu+ 1.6*Tu/b = 60.5 KN

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At mid span,
Vu= 8.684KN
Tu= 1.2KNm
Equivalent Shear, Ve=Vu+ 1.6*Tu/b
= 8.692 KN

At right end,
Vu= 90.6 KN
Tu= 2.256KNm
Equivalent Shear, Ve=Vu+ 1.6*Tu/b
= 90.614 KN

IS13920 Check for Shear


:1993 At left span
CL. Tensile Steel provided at left end = 0.388 %
6.3.3.b
Permissible shear stress of concrete

c 0.425 N/mm2

c, max 3.1 N/mm2

Vu = 60.5 KN

Tu = 0.3KNm

Equivalent Shear, Ve=Vu+ 1.6*Tu/b= 60.5 KN

τve>τc and τve<τc,max


Hence, transverse reinforcement shall be provided as below:

Asv= /( 1 1(0.87 ))+ /(2.5 1(0.87 ))


7)
A nominal cover of 25mm along width and 25mm along depth

b1= 184 mm d1=


386 mm
Let us considers 8mmφ-2legged vertical stirrups

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Asv= 100.5309 mm2


solving above eqn sv=
652.37 mm
Also,

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IS456: Asv=(τve- τc)/(0.87fy)*bSv


Gives , sv= 1128.53 mm
2000
At mid span
Table 19
and 20 Tensile Steel provided at left end = 0.636%

Permissible shear stress of concrete


2

c 0.554 N/mm

c, max 3.1 N/mm2

Vu = 8.684 KN

Tu = 1.2KNm

Equivalent Shear, Ve=Vu+ 1.6*Tu/b= 8.692 KN

N/mm2

τve<τc and τve<τc,max


Hence,only minimum transverse reinforcement shall be
provided as below:

Let us consider 8mmφ-2legged vertical stirrups


Asv= 100.5309 mm2 solving
above eqn
sv= 773.573 mm

At right end

Tensile Steel provided at left end = 0.388%

Permissible shear stress of concrete


2
c 0.425 N/mm
IS456:2
000 c, max 3.1 N/mm2 Vu

= 90.6 KN

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Tu = 2.256KNm

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cl.41.3.1 Equivalent Shear, Ve=Vu+ 1.6*Tu/b= 90.614 KN

N/mm2

τve>τc and τve<τc,max


Hence, transverse reinforcement shall be provided as below:

IS456:2 Asv= /( 1 1(0.87 ))+ /(2.5 1(0.87 ))


000
A nominal cover of 25mm along width and 25mm along depth
cl.41.4.3
b1= 184 mm d1=
386 mm
Let us consider 8mmφ-2legged vertical stirrups
Asv= 100.5309 mm2
solving above eqn
sv= 348.36 mm Also,
Asv=(τve- τc)/(0.87fy)*bSv
Gives , sv= 393.09 mm, OK

Check for shear reinforcement spacing


The spacing of the stirrups for torsion shall be the least of
the following: x1=short dimension of the stirrups= 208 mm
Sv= 208 mm
IS456:2 y1=long dimension of the stirrups= 408 mm
000 Sv= (x1+y1)/4= 154 mm
cl.26.5.1. Sv,max=300 mm
6
The spacing of stirrups as confining reinforcement over a length
of 2d=2*415= 830 shall be the least of the following:
8 times the minimum diameter of longitudinal bar=8*16= 128
mm

However, it need not be less than 100mm

Elsewhere, the beam shall have vertical hoops at a spacing not


exceeding d/2=415/2= 207.5 mm

Provision of Shear Reinforcement

• Provide 2- legged 8mmφ stirrup @ 120 mm c/c upto a


length of 2d=830m from left end
• Provide 2- legged 8 mmφ stirrup @ 150 mm c/c at
mid span
• Provide 2- legged 8mmφ stirrup @ 125 mm c/c
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upto a length of 2d=830mm from right end

Design of Side Reinforcement

Since d<450mm,no side reinforcement is required

Check for deflection

= 23

=1
8)
= 1.1
IS456:2 = 1.1 λ=
000
cl.26.5.1. 1
7

< 39.208, OK

Check for development length τbd

IS13920 for M25 = 1.4 N/mm2


:1993
Increasing 60% for deformed bars = 1.6x1.4
cl.6.3.5
= 2.24 N/mm2

Ld mm

Lo= 8 φ( 90-degree bend)=

IS456:2 For 16mm dia,


000
Ld =48.5*16=776.78 mm
Cl.26.5.
1.3 Ld, provided= Ld-8 φ= 648.78mm

For 12mm dia,

Ld =48.5*12=582 mm
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IS456:2 Ld, provided= Ld-8 φ= 486 mm


000
9) Curtailment of tension bars from
CL. center line of left end
23.2.1 Point at which the bending moment is zero from left center
800mm
IS456:2 10
12φ=12*20=240mm d=415 mm curtailment of
000 CL tension bars from left center =800-415
26.2.3.3 =385 mm
curtailment of tension bars from left side=385-400/2
=185 mm
adopting= 175 mm
IS 456 :
2000,CL
26.2.3.1 from center line of right end
Point at which the bending moment is zero from right center
1000 mm
12φ=240 mm d=415 mm curtailment of tension bars
from left center =1000-415
=585 mm
curtailment of tension bars from left side=585-400/2
=385 mm
adopting= 375 mm

NOTE : For detail calculation of beam see at ANNEX-C

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7.3 DESIGN OF COLUMN


The column section shall be designed just above and just below the beam column joints and larger
of the two reinforcements shall be adopted. The end moments and end shear are available from
computer analysis. The design moment should include the following:

a. The additional moment if any, due to long column effect as per Cl.39.7 of IS
456:2000
b. The moments due to minimum eccentricity as per Cl.25.4 of IS 456:2000
All columns are subjected to biaxial moments and biaxial shears. The longitudinal reinforcements
are designed for axial force and biaxial moment as per IS 456:2000. Since analysis is carried out
considering center line dimension, it is necessary to calculate moments at the top or at the bottom
face of the beam intersecting the column for economy. The critical load combination may be
obtained by inspection of analysis result.

The building is symmetrical and all columns are of square section. The procedure used for exact
design of members subjected to axial load and biaxial bending is extremely laborious. Therefore,
IS 456:2000 permits the design of such members by the following equations:

Puz = 0.45 fck Ac + 0.75 fy Ast

Where,

Mux = moment about X axis

Muy = moment about Y axis

Muxl = maximum uniaxial moment capacity in X axis Muyl

= maximum uniaxial moment capacity in Y axis

fck = characteristic strength of concrete fy

= characteristic strength of steel

Ac = gross X-section area of column

Ast = area of reinforcement bars

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Detail Design of Column D2


Reference Steps Calculations Remarks

1 Basement floor : D2 column


600 mm
Known data
600 mm
Depth of column =
Width of column = 4.90 m
Height = 3.15-0.7
Unsupported length (l) = 4.20 m
= 40.00 mm
Clear cover = 28.00 mm
Diameter of longitudinal reinforcement = 40+28/2 mm
Effective cover, d'= 54.00 mm
=
2
Check for Axial Stress
2024.68 KN
Lowest factored Axial Load =
24.68*1000/(600*600)
Factored Axial Stress = 20
5.62 Mpa
=
Minimum Axial Stress = 0.1fck
= 2.50 Mpa
< 5.62 Mpa

3
Check for member size
Width of column, B= 600mm > 200mm
Depth of Column, D= 600mm
B/D= 600 / 600
= 1.00 >0.4

Effective length, le= 2.73 m

4
Check for short and slender column
le/D=le/B=1.85/0.6= 4.55 <12 Design as
column
IS member.
13920:1993
Minimum reinforcement=0.8% of bD= 2880.00 mm2
Cl.7.1.2
Cl.7.1.3
Maximum reinforcement = 4% of bD=
mm2
Table 28 Maximum reinforcement in extreme cases = 14400.00
OK
IS456:2000 6% of bD=
mm2
5 21600.00
i. Design for Section
IS456:2000 [Maximum Axial force in 1.5(DL + LL)]
Cl.25.1.2 Pu=
4964.42 KN
Mux= Hence it is
IS 456:2000 6.28 KNm a short
Muy=
Cl.26.5.3.1 -5.62 KNm column.

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Reference Steps Calculations Remarks

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IS456:2000 Minimum eccentricity,emin=l/500+D/30= 28.40 mm >20mm


cl.25.4 Moment due to minimum eccentricity:
Pu*ex,min= 140.99 KNm >Mux
Pu*ey,min= 140.99 KNm >Muy

Therefore, design moments


Mux= 140.99 KNm
Muy= 140.99 KNm

Here,
Pu/(FckbD)= 0.55

Assume the reinforcement percentage(p)= 1.60 %

Assume reinforcement distibuted equally on fourdes


si
Now, p/fck=2.2/30= 0.0533

For uniaxial moment capacity about X-


axis d'/D= 0.09
fy= 500 N/mm2
SP16 chart
48
Mux1/(fckbD2)= 0.058
Mux1= 313.20 KNm

Similarly,
Unixial moment capacity about Y-axis,
IS456:2000 313.20 KNm
Cl.39.6 Muy1=

Puz=0.45*fck*Ac+0.75*fy*As= 6210.00 KN

0.80
Pu/Puz=
667+1.667 * Pu/Puz
IS456:2000 αn= 0.
2.00 >2
Cl.39.6 = 2.00
αn=
IS456:2000
Cl.39.6
Now. 0.41 <1
(Mux/Mux1) n+(Muy/Muy1)αn=
α
1.60 %
So, provide reinforcement =

(Maximum Mx force in 1.5(DL + EQx) 3885.74 KN


ii Pu= 338.11 KNm

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Mux 56.49 KNm


Muy

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Reference Steps Calculations Remarks

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IS456:2000 Minimum eccentricity, emin=l/500+D/30= 28.40 mm >20mm


Cl.25.4 Moment due to minimum eccentricity:
Pu*ex,min= 110.36 KNm >Mux
Pu*ey,min= 110.36 KNm >Muy

Therefore, design moments


Mux= 338.11 KNm
Muy= 110.36 KNm

Here,
Pu/(FckbD)= 0.432

Assume the reinforcement percentage(p)= 1.60 %

Assume reinforcement distibuted equally on fourdes


si
Now, 0.0640
p/fck = 2.2/25=

For uniaxial moment capacity about X-axis 0.09


d'/D= 500 N/mm2
From SP16
chart36; fy=
for d'/D=0.1 is used 0.081
437.40 KNm
Mux1/(fckbD2)=
Mux1=
Similarly, 437.40 KNm
Unixial moment capacity about Y-axis,
6210.00 KN
Muy1=
0.63
Puz=0.45*fck*Ac+0.75*fy*As=
1.71 >2
Pu/Puz= 1.71
IS456:2000 αn= 0.667+1.667 * Pu/Puz
Cl.39.6
αn= Now. 0.739 <1
(Mux/Mux1) n+(Muy/Muy1)αn=
α 1.60 %
So provide reinforcement =

(Maximum Muy in 1.5(DL - EQy) 3575.41 KN

Pu= 4.28 KNm


IS456:2000
Cl.25.4 409.24 KNm
Mux= >20mm
Muy=
28.40 mm
>Mux
Minimum eccentricity,emin=l/500+D/30= >Muy
101.54 KNm
Moment due to minimum eccentricity:
101.54 KNm
iii Pu*ex,min=

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Pu*ey,min=

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Reference Steps Calculations Remarks

Therefore, design moments

Reference Steps Calculations Remarks

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For members subjected to axial compression Pu, the design shear strength
of concrete, τc shall be multiplied by the following factor .
Mux= 101.54 KNm

Muy= 409.24 KNm

here,
Pu/(FckbD)=
0.40

Assume the reinforcement percentage(p)= 1.80 %

Assume reinforcement distibuted equally on fourdes


si
Now, p/fck=3/30= 0.0720

For uniaxial moment capacity about X-axis


d'/D= 0.09
500 N/mm2
fy=

SP16 chart
48
Mux1/(fckbD2)= 0.095
Mux1= 513.00 KNm

Similarly,
Unixial moment capacity about Y-axis,
Muy1= 513.00 KNm
Puz=0.45*fck*Ac+0.75*fy*As= 6480.00 KN

Pu/Puz= 0.55

αn= 0.667+1.667 * Pu/Puz= 1.59 <2

αn= 1.59
now.

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IS456:2000 (Mux/Mux1) n+(Muy/Muy1)αn= 0.77 <1


Cl.39.6 α

So provide reinforcement = 1.80 %

From design of 3 load combination maximum


longitudinal % = 1.8%
Ast=1.8% of 6002= 6480 mm2
Provide 8-25mm corner longitudinal bars and
8-22mm remaining bars6968.05 mm2

Design for Shear

Percentage of steel provided = 1.80 %


For column, area of tensile steel =
half of total longitudinal steel provided, i.e.
Pst= 0.90 %
(IS456:200
0 table 19)
6 Design Shear Strength of concrete, τc = 0.835 N/mm2

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δ=1+3Pu/(Ag*fck)=1+3*3575.41*1000/(6002*
25) = 1.55 >1.5
Multiplying factor, δ = 1.50

1.253 N/mm2
Hence, τc (modified)=δ*τc =

Shear capacity of the section,


Vc= 1.253*600*600/1000=
450.900 KN

Shear Force as per SAP Analysis


Vux= 148.18 KN
Vuy= 123.8 KN

For x direction
IS
13920:1993 Vu =1.4(Mu,limbL+Mu,limbR)/hst
Cl.7.3.4.b
=1.4(145.35+145.35)/4.9= 83.057 KN
For y direction
Vu =1.4(Mu,limbL+Mu,limbR)/hst
=1.4(245.052+245.052)/4.9
140.030 KN
IS456:2000 7 Hence, the shear capacity of the column section exceeds
icient.the induced
Cl.26.5.3.2 shear force. So, nominal shear reinforcement is
suff

Design of Transverse Reinforcement


6 mm
Diameter of ties
7 mm
øties ≥
8 also øties ≥0.25 of largest longitudinal bar i.e. 8 mm
123 mm

Hence , adopt dia of lateral tie= Design of

cross tie

Spacing of longitudinal bars = (600-2*54)/4=


But <48øtr
Provide open cross tie.
>75mm
9 Spacing of the ties

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Reference Steps Calculations Remarks

Sv <= half the least lateral dimension of the compression


member = 300mm
IS
13920:1993
cl. 7.3.1
Thus, provide 8 mm ø lateral ties @ 300mm c/c in central part.
IS Area of cross section of bar forming rectangular hoop to be used as
13920:1993 confining links
cl. 7.4.8

Ash=.18*s*h*fck/fy(Ag/Ak-1)
Ak=(600-2*40+2*8)*(600-2*40+2*8)= mm2
287296

h=Max of
(600-40-40+8+8)/4= 134.00 mm
(600-40-40+8+8)/4= 134.00 mm

where 5 is the no. of bars in each face of


column section =
134.00
Area of 8mm ø bar =
50.27 mm2
Therefore,
0.1
50.27= 8*S*134*25/
500*(600*600/287296-1)
IS456:2000
Cl.26.5.3.2 S= 10.550 mm

Spacing of hoop should be least of

1/4 of minimum lateral Dimension = 600/4


= 150 mm
100mm 100 mm
But shouldnot be less than 75mm

Provide 8mm ø links @ 100mm c/c for a distance


IS13920:19 o which shall not be
L less than
93 Cl.7.4.1

Larger lateral dimension =


1/6 of Clear Span =4200/6 600 mm
450mm 700 mm
450 mm
i Hence, Provide 8mm ø links @100mm c/c for a
ii dist either side from the joint. ance L0=700mm on

Reference Steps Calculations Remarks

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Ground floor : B3 column


1 Known data
Detail Design of Column B3

Depth of column = 600 mm

Width of column = 600 mm

Height = 3.60 m

Unsupported length (l) = 3.6-0.7

= 2.90 m

Clear cover = 40.00 mm

Diameter of longitudinal reinforcement = 28.00 mm

Effective cover, d'= 40+28/2 mm

= 54.00 mm

2
Check for Axial Stress
Lowest factored Axial Load = 1382.50 KN
Factored Axial Stress = 1382.5*1000/(600*600)
= 3.84 Mpa
Minimum Axial Stress = 0.1fck

= 2.50 Mpa

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IS 3 < 3.84 Mpa Design as


13920:1993 column
Cl.7.1.2 member.
Cl.7.1.3 Check for member size
Width of column, B= 600mm > 200mm
Table 28 Depth of Column, D= 600mm
IS456:2000 B/D= 600 / 600
= 1.00 >0.4 OK

IS456:2000 4 Effective length, le= 1.89 m


Cl.25.1.2

IS 456:2000 Check for short and slender column


Cl.26.5.3.1 le/D=le/B=1.89/0.6= 3.14 <12 Hence it is
a short
column.
Minimum reinforcement=0.8% of bD= 2880.00 mm2

Maximum reinforcement = 4% of bD=


mm2
5 Maximum reinforcement in extreme cases = 14400.00
i. 6% of bD=
mm2
21600.00
Design for Section
[Maximum Axial force in 1.5(DL + LL)]
Pu=
3902.508 KN
Mux=
67.28 KNm
Muy=
44.43 KNm

Reference Steps Calculations Remarks

IS456:2000 Minimum 25.80 mm >20mm


cl.25.4 eccentricity,emin=l/500+D/30=
Moment due to minimum 100.68 KNm >Mux
eccentricity: Pu*ex,min=

Pu*ey,min= 100.68 KNm >Muy

Therefore, design moments


Mux= 100.68 KNm
Muy= #REF! KNm

Here,
Pu/(FckbD)=
0.43

Assume the reinforcement percentage(p)= 1.10 %

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sides
Assume reinforcement distibuted equally on
four Now, p/fck=2.2/30=
0.0440

For uniaxial moment capacity about X-


axis d'/D= 0.09
500 N/mm2
fy=

SP16 chart
48
Mux1/(fckbD2)= 0.067
Mux1= 361.80 KNm

Similarly,
Unixial moment capacity about Y-axis,
Muy1= 361.80 KNm
IS456:2000
Cl.39.6
Puz=0.45*fck*Ac+0.75*fy*As= 5535.00 KN
Pu/Puz= 0.71
αn= 0.667+1.667 * Pu/Puz
= 1.84
IS456:2000 αn= 1.84
Cl.39.6
Now.
IS456:2000 (Mux/Mux1) n+(Muy/Muy1)αn= #REF! <1
α
Cl.39.6
So, provide reinforcement = 1.10 %

(Maximum Mx force in 1.5(DL + EQx)


Pu= 3764.205 KN
Mux 634.49 KNm
ii Muy 73.71 KNm
Reference Steps Calculations Remarks

IS456:2000 Minimum eccentricity, 25.80 mm >20mm


Cl.25.4 emin=l/500+D/30= Moment due to
minimum eccentricity: Pu*ex,min= 97.12 KNm >Mux

Pu*ey,min= 97.12 KNm >Muy

Therefore, design moments


Mux= 634.49 KNm
Muy= 97.12 KNm

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Here,
Pu/(FckbD)=
0.418

Assume the reinforcement percentage(p)= 3.00 %

Assume reinforcement distibuted equally on four


des
si
Now,
0.1200
p/fck = 2.2/25=

For uniaxial moment capacity about X-axis


d'/D= 0.09
fy= 500 N/mm2

From SP16 for d'/D=0.1 is used


chart36;
Mux1/(fckbD2)= 0.150
Mux1= 810.00 KNm
Similarly,
Unixial moment capacity about Y-axis,
Muy1= 810.00 KNm
Puz=0.45*fck*Ac+0.75*fy*As= 8100.00 KN
Pu/Puz= 0.46
αn= 0.667+1.667 * Pu/Puz 1.44
αn= Now. 1.44
IS456:2000
(Mux/Mux1) n+(Muy/Muy1)αn=
Cl.39.6 α 0.750 <1

So provide reinforcement =
3.00 %

(Maximum Muy in 1.5(DL + EQy)


Pu=
2858.09 KN
Mux= 129.1 KNm
Muy= 416.84 KNm
IS456:2000
Cl.25.4

Minimum eccentricity,emin=l/500+D/30= 25.80 mm


Moment due to minimum eccentricity:
Pu*ex,min= 73.74 KNm
iii Pu*ey,min= 73.74 KNm >20mm
Reference Steps Calculations Remarks

Therefore, design moments


Mux= 129.10 KNm
Muy= 416.84 KNm

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here,
Pu/(FckbD)= 0.32

Assume the reinforcement percentage(p)= 2.60 %

Assume reinforcement distibuted equally on four sides


Now, p/fck=3/25= 0.1040

For uniaxial moment capacity about X-axis


d'/D= 0.09
500 N/mm2
fy=
SP16 chart
48
Mux1/(fckbD2)= 0.140
Mux1= 756.00 KNm

Similarly,
Unixial moment capacity about Y-axis,
Muy1= 756.00 KNm
Puz=0.45*fck*Ac+0.75*fy*As= 7560.00 KN

Pu/Puz= 0.38

αn= 0.667+1.667 * Pu/Puz= 1.30

αn= 1.30
now.
IS456:2000 (Mux/Mux1) n+(Muy/Muy1)αn= 0.56 <1
Cl.39.6 α

So provide reinforcement = 2.60 %

From design of 3 load combination maximum


longitudinal % = 3.0%
Ast=3% of 6002= 9360 mm2
Provide 12-25mm corner longitudinal bars
and 12-22mm remaining bars mm2
10452.08

Design for Shear

Percentage of steel provided = 3.00 %


For column, area of tensile steel =
half of total longitudinal steel provided, i.e.
Pst= 1.50 %
(IS456:200
0 table 19)
6 Design Shear Strength of concrete, τc = 0.812 N/mm2
Reference Steps Calculations Remarks

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For members subjected to axial compression Pu, the design shear strength

δ=1+3Pu/(Ag*fck)=1+3*3764.21*1000/(6002*
25) = 2.25 >1.5

Multiplying factor, δ = 1.50

1.218 N/mm2
Hence, τc (modified)=δ*τc =

Shear capacity of the section,


Vc= 1.218*600*600/1000=
438.480 KN

Shear Force as per SAP Analysis


Vux= 302.254 KN
Vuy= 227.656 KN

For x direction
IS
13920:1993 Vu =1.4(Mu,limbL+Mu,limbR)/hst
Cl.7.3.4.b
=1.4(193.8+290.7)/3.6= 188.417 KN
For y direction
Vu =1.4(Mu,limbL+Mu,limbR)/hst
=1.4(193.8+290.7)/3.6 188.417 KN
IS456:2000 7 Hence, the shear capacity of the column section exceeds the
Cl.26.5.3.2 induced

Design of Transverse Reinforcement

Diameter of ties
øties ≥
also øties ≥0.25 of largest longitudinal bar i.e.

8 6 mm
Hence , adopt dia of lateral tie= Design of
7 mm

cross tie 8 mm

Spacing of longitudinal bars = (600-2*54)/6=


But <48øtr
Provide open cross tie.
82 mm >75mm

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9 Spacing of the ties


Sv <= half the least lateral dimension of the
compression member = 300mm
IS
13920:1993
cl. 7.3.1 Thus, provide 8 mm ø lateral ties @ 300mm c/c in central part.
Reference Steps Calculations Remarks

IS Area of cross section of bar forming rectangular hoop to be used as


13920:1993
cl. 7.4.8
Ash=.18*s*h*fck/fy(Ag/Ak-1)
mm2
Ak=(600-2*40+2*8)*(600-2*40+2*8)= 287296

h=Max of (600-
40-40+8+8)/6= 89.33 mm
(600-40-40+8+8)/6= 89.33 mm

where 7 is the no. of bars in each face of


column section = 89.33
Area of 8mm ø bar = 50.27 mm2
Therefore,
i 50.27= 0.18*S*268*25/
ii
S= 82.360 mm

Spacing of hoop should be least of

1/4 of minimum lateral Dimension = 600/4


= 150 mm
IS456:2000 100mm 100 mm
Cl.26.5.3.2 But shouldnot be less than 75mm

Provide 8mm ø links @ 100mm c/c for a distanc


e Lo which shall not be
Larger lateral dimension =
600 mm
1/6 of Clear Span =2850/6
450mm 475 mm
450 mm
IS13920:19 Hence, Provide 8mm ø links @100mm c/c for a distance
93 Cl.7.4.1 L 0=600mm on

Note: For detail reinforcement calculation of column see at ANNEX-


D

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Detail design of dog legged staircase:


Reference Step Calculation Remark

1 Thickness of waist slab= 135 mm


Riser= 0.15 m
Tread= 0.25 m
Floor finish= 1.5 KN/m2
Design load of flight
Step section=1/2*riser*tread=
0.01875 m2
Inclined slab=waist thick*inclined length=
0.03942 m2

Total area=
Density of concrete= m
0.05817 2
25 KN/m2
DL of step section, 1m in width and 250 mm in plan length=
DL per m2 on plan=
1.45425 KN/m
FF per m2 on plan=
5.817 KN/m2
2
LL per m on plan=
1.5 KN/m2
Total load=
4 KN/m2
Factored load=
Taking 1m width of the slab, load= 11.317 KN/m2

2 16.9755 KN/m2
Designing of landing
16.9755 KN/m
DL of the slab=
FF=
LL=
3.375 KN/m2
Total load=
1.5 KN/m2
Factored load=
Taking 1m width of slab, load= 4 KN/m2
8.875 KN/m2
In a distance of 150mm from the wall there will be no live 13.3125 KN/m2
load in accordance to clause 33.2 of IS 456 code. In a 13.3125 KN/m
diatance equal to 150mm from the wall and a distance equal
to 75 mm inside the wall only dead load will be considered.

Total factored load=1.5*(3.375+1.5)*1=

3 Design of stair flight:


The entire loading on the flight is shown in the figure
7.3125 KN/m

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Reference Step Calculation Remark

RB=(13.3125*0.465*0.465/2+16.975*2.25*(2.25/2+0.465)
+13.3125*0.7*(0.7/2+2.25+0.465)+7.3125*0.225*(0.465+2
.25+0.7+0.225/2))/(0.465+2.25+0.7+0.15+0.075) 26.52058 KN

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28.82867 KN

RA=(13.3125*0.465+16.975*2.25+*0.465+7.3125*(0.15+0
.075)-RB)=

Let the point of 0 shear force act at a distance of x from B 1.79859 m


28.82867-13.3125*0.465-16.975(x-0.465)=0
x= 26.358 KN-m

BMmax=28.82867*1.7986-13.3125*0.465*(1.7986-0.465/2)-
16.9755*1.3643*1.3643/2=
87.4071 mm
2
Effective depth of the slab is given as: BM=0.133*fck *b*d
d= Adopt, 120.00 mm
Effective depth= 135 mm
Overall depth=

area of tension steel is given as


BM=0.87*fy*At*(d-Xm) mm2
761.979
At= mm2
113.09
Area of one 12 mm bar=A12= 148.4162 mm
Spacing required=(A12 *1000/Arequired)=
Hence, use 12mm ø bars @125mm c/c mm2
904.72
At(provided)=

Distribution steel
144 mm2
Area of steel=0.12% of bD=
mm2
4 Using 8 mm dia. bar, A8 = 50.26548
C/C spacing of bar=1000*50.26/180= 349.0659 mm
Hence, use 8mm ø bars @250mm c/c
Reference Step Calculation Remark
5
Check for shear
N/mm2
Nominal shear stress, =Vu/bd= 0.221005
% tensile steel=100At/bd= 0.753933 %
For M25 and 0.628278% steel
(table 19,
IS456) τc = 0.531 N/mm2
(clause
40.2.2.1 ,
IS 456) τc'=k*τc (for thick slab of 135mm k=1.3)
N/mm2
τc'=1.3*τc= 0.6903 > O.K.

6 Check for development length

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(clause
26.2.1 IS
456)
For M25, τbd=1.4
Ld=0.87fyø/4τbd= 40.29576 ø
Ld=46ø 736 mm

From the point C development length of 736mm should be


available in both the direction to the top as well as bottom
bars

Moment of resistance of 12mm bars


,M1=0.87fyAstd[1-(fyAst)/(fckbd)= 34.29217
KN-m V= 26.52058 KN
let Lo= 0
Ld≤1.3M1/V+Lo 1.680952 m
41ø≤ 1.680952 ø≤ >12mm
40.99883 mm O.K
7 Check for deflection

Effective span (l) = 3640 mm α(for


continuous)= 26
β(for largest span less than 10 m)= 1
Fs=0.58*fy*Ast.req./Ast.provided= 202.7239 N/mm2
Pt=100*904.72/(1000*120)= 0.753933
γ= modification factor corresponding to percentage of
1.3
steel 0.753933% (for Fe 415)= δ( for no compression
reinforcement)= 1 λ= 1

< 120mm
107.69 mm

Reference Step Calculation Remark


107.69 mm

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8 OK

Design of landing slab A:


Effective span (Le) = 2290 mm
Width= 1000 mm
Factored load per m2= 13.3125 KN/m2
Total load=W= 30.48563 KN
Reaction from 1 flight=
` 23.03376 KN
Reaction from 2 flight=2*RB= 46.06751 KN
RB=(24.375*1.92*(.225+1.92/2)+31.11*3*(1.92+.225+3/2))
/(.225+1.92+3+1)= 64.385 KN
BMmax=(RA+W)*Le/8= 21.91334 KNm
SFmax=(RA+W)/2= 38.27657 KN
Effective depth= 120 mm
Area of steel is given by;
1=0.87∗ ∗ ∗ ∗(1−( ∗ )/( ∗ ∗ ))

21.91334*106=0.87∗415∗ ∗120∗(1−( ∗415)/(1000∗120∗25))

On solving, we get, Ast=


547.198 mm2
use 12mm bar in 1 m width
Spacing required=(A12 *1000/Arequired)=
At(provided)= 206.6711 mm
mm2
Hence, use 12mm ø bars @150mm c/c 753.9333

Provide 0.12% temperature reinforcement in landing slab


mm2
i.e. 0.12% of bD = 162
Hence, use 10mm ø bars @250mm c/c

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9 Check for deflection


αβγδλ
Effective span (l) =
α(for continuous)= 1000 mm
β(for largest span less than 10 m)= 26
Fs=0.58*fy*Ast.req./Ast.provided= 1
Pt=100*753.933/(1000*120)= 174.6979 N/mm2
γ= modification factor corresponding to percentage of 0.628 %
steel 0.628% (for Fe 415)= 1.5
δ( for no compression reinforcement)= 1

Reference Step Calculation Remark

λ= 1

< 120mm
25.64 mm OK

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OPEN WELL STAIRCASE

Concrete grade: M25 Steel Grade: Fe 500


Reference- Step Calculation Output

1. Known data:

Riser height, R=170 mm

Tread, T= 300 mm

Floor height =3.4 m

Flight width, W= 1.3 m

IS No. of treads in the flights = 9


456:2000
Length of the flights = 9*0.3 = 2.7 m
Clause
Landing A is common to the spans of two sections
33.2
crossing at right angles.

Design of going
2.
Effective depth of waist slab: From
I)
preliminary design, waist slab thickness =

150mm effective depth(d)=150-

(12/2+15)=129 mm

(15mm clear cover,12 mm main bar)


d=129 mm
Slab thickness in landing = 150 mm

= 302 mm

Load calculation:
II)
a) Loads on going:
Area of step section =
2

Area of inclined slab =slab thk. *inclined


length
=0.15*0.302
=0.045
DL of step and slab in
section=0.06625*25=1.656 KN/m

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Floor finish=1.5 kN/m2


Self Load / m2 in plan= kN/m2
Total DL=6.624+1.5=8.124 kN/m2
Live load =4 kN/m2
Total load =1.5*(8.124+4) Total factored load
=12.124kN/m2 on going
2
Total factored load =12.124*1.5=18.186 =18.186 KN/m
kN/m2

Taking 1.3 m width of slab ,

Total load = 18.186*1.3=23.64 kN/m

b) Loads on landing A:
Self-weight of slab
= γ*t
=25*0.15
= 3.75kN/m2

Floor finish=1.5 kN/m2

Live load =4 kN/m2


Total = 9.25 KN/m
Factored load=1.5*9.25 = 13.875 kN/m2
Taking 1.3 m width of slab ,
Total load /m =18.304 KN/m Total factored load
/m on
Total load /m near the support landing=18.304KN/m
=1.5*{(3.75+1.5)*1.3}
=10.24 KN/m

III)

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Fig. Loading diagram


Analysis

∑M1=0

or,
R

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R2= 36.81 KN/m

or, R2 = 36.81 kN/m

∑Y=0
R1= 41.86 KN/m
So, R1=41.86 kN/m

For maximum moment,

Vx= o

Or,41.86– 18.04*0.25-23.64*(x-0.25) = 0

Or, x = 1.83 m

Then, Mx = Mmax

= R1*1.83 – 18.04*0.25(1.58+0.25/2)
Mmax= 39.4KN-m
=39.4 kN-m

Check for depth :


IS 4562000 IV)

Annex d mm
G1.1.c dprovided= 129 mm > dmin

hence ok

V)
Design for main reinforcement:

Area of tension steel ,

BM=0.87*fy*Ast*(d-0.42Xm)

39.4*106=0.87*500*Ast*129(1-0.42*0.456)

Ast(required)=868.45 mm2

Use 8-12 mm  bars equally spaced in 1.3 m width

At(provided)=905 mm2
Ast(required)=868.45mm2

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Hence, use 12mm  @160 mm c/c spacing.

IS Maximum spacing=3d or 300 mm whichever is


4562000 smaller

Clause
26.3.3.b.1

Design of distributor bars:


VI)
0.0012D

=0.0012*1300*150 Provide 12 mm bars


@160 mm c/c
=234 mm2

Assuming 8 mm bars, A
IS
4562000 Sprovided =1000*50.3/234 =214.96 mm

Clause Take 210 mm c/c spacing


26.3.3.b.2
Ast(provided) =239.5 mm2

IS Provide 8 mm bars
4562000 VII) Check for shear:
@210 mm c/c
Table 19 (Check at d= 129 mm from face of support)

Vu = 41.86 kN/m

IS
4562000
Pt=0.46%
Table 20
The design shear strength is given by

So, safe
IS
4562000

Clause
40.2.1.1
development length (For shorter span)

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VIII)

IS 4562000

Clause
26.2.1

Design of landing slab A and B and going

Effective depth of waist slab:


1.
From preliminary design,

waist slab thickness = 150mm

Effective depth(d)=150-(12/2+15)=129 mm

(15mm clear cover,12 mm main bar)

Slab thickness in landing = 150 mm

= 302 mm

Load calculation:

a) Loads on going:
2.
Area of step section =
2

Area of inclined slab =slab thk. *inclined


length
=0.15*0.302
=0.045
DL of step and slab in
section=0.06625*25=1.656 KN/m Floor
finish=1.5 kN/m2
Self Load / m2 in plan= kN/m2
Total DL=6.624+1.5=8.124 kN/m2
Live load =4 kN/m2
Total load =1.5*(8.124+4)
=12.124kN/m2

Total factored load =12.124*1.5=18.186 kN/m2

Taking 1.3 m width of slab ,

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Total load = 18.186*1.3=23.64 kN/m

b) Loads on landing A: Factored load on


Self-weight of slab going= 23.64 kN/m2
= γ*t
=25*0.15
= 3.75kN/m2

Floor finish=1.5 kN/m2

Live load =4 kN/m2


Total = 9.25 KN/m
Factored load=1.5*9.25 = 13.875 kN/m2
Taking 1.3 m width of slab ,
Total load /m =18.304 KN/m
Factored load on
Total load /m near the support landing A= 10.24
=1.5*{(3.75+1.5)*1.3}
kN/m2
=10.24 KN/m

(c) Loads on landing B:


Self-weight of slab
= γ*t
=25*0.15
= 3.75kN/m2

Floor finish=1.5 kN/m2

Live load =4 kN/m2


Total = 9.25 KN/m
Factored load=1.5*9.25 = 13.875 kN/m2
Taking 1.3 m width of slab ,
Total load /m =18.304 KN/m

Total load /m near the support Factored load on


=1.5*{(3.75+1.5)*1.3} landing B = 10.24
=10.24 KN/m kN/m2

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R2= 29.362 KN/m R1=

I) Fig. Loading diagram Analysis: 29.362 KN/m


Total load = 2*18.04*1.3+23.64*0.5

= 58.724 kN/m or, R1 = R2 = 58.724/2

= 29.362 kN/m

IS 4562000 For maximum moment,

Annex Mmax at the centre of span,

G1.1.c (x= 1.3+0.5/2= 1.55 m) Mmax= 23.666 KN-m


= 29.362*1.55 – 18.04*1.3*0.9* -
23.64*0.25*0.125

= 23.666 kN-m

From II)
Check for depth :
SP16,

TABLE 4
d mm
IS
dprovided= 129 mm > dmin
456:2000
hence ok
Annex
G1.1 a)

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Design for main reinforcement:

Area of tension steel , Ast(required)=445.4 mm2


BM=0.87*fy*Ast*(d-0.42Xm)

23.666*106=0.87*500*Ast*129(1-0.42*0.456)

IS 4562000 Ast(required)= 445.4 mm2


Clause
Use 4-12 mm  bars equally spaced in 1.3 m width
26.3.3.b.2
At(provided)=452.4 mm2

Provide 12 mm bars
@300 mm c/c

Hence, use 12mm  @300 mm c/c spacing.

III) Design of distributor bars:

0.0012bD( for fe500)

=0.0012*1300*150

=234 mm2

Assuming 8 mm bars

Sreq 279.44 mm
Provide 8 mm bars
Sprovided = 270 mm
@270 mm c/c
Ast(provided) = 242.2 mm2

IV) Check for deflection:

Where,

Effective span (l) = 1.8 m α=


IS 456-
26
2000

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Clause β= 1 for largest span less than 10 m γ= modification


23.2.1
factor corresponding to percentage of steel 0.232 % =

1.35 (for Fe 500) δ=1 for no compression reinforcement

λ= 1

So,

Hence,

Check for shear:

IS 4562000 (Check at d= 129 mm from face of support)


V)
Table 20 Vu=29.362 KN

IS 4562000 Pt =0.292 %
Clause The design shear strength is given by
40.2.1.1

So, safe
IS 4562000

Clause
26.2.1
Check for development length (For shorter span):

VI)

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7.6 Design of Lift Wall

PLAN OF LIFT

FRONT VIEW OF LIFT

Total height of lift (h)=31.9 m


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Here lift wall is upto 2m above terrace floor.


Ah=(Z*I*Sa)/(2Rg) IS (1893:2002) Cl 6.4.1

Z=0.36
I=1
R=5
Ta=0.09h/d½ IS (1893:2002) Cl 7.6.2
VB =Ah *W
(Sa/g)=1.67/Ta
Qi=VB*Wi*hi²/∑Wi*hi²

Tax=1.9 secs
Tay=1.87 sec
(Sa/g)x=0.88
(Sa/g)y=0.893
Ahx=0.032
Ahy=0.0321
W=766.25 KN
Vbx=24.525 KN
Vby=24.597 KN

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Concrete Grade = M25


Steel Grade = Fe 500
Ref. Step Calculations Output

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1. Known Data For Basement

Length of lift wall =2.345m H=3.4m

Breadth of lift wall =2.275m t=150mm

Floor height(H)= 3.4m

Assume wall thickness t =150mm

2. Check for Slenderness Ratio


IS (456:2000)
Effective Height of wall,Hwe=0.75H=0.75*3.4=2.55m
Cl 32.2.4a

Cl 32.2.3 Slenderness Ratio= Hwe/t =2.55/.15=17<30

IS (456:2000) Minimum eccentricity emin


3.
=0.05t=0.05*150=7.5mm emin =7.5mm
Cl 32.2.2

IS (456:2000) Additional eccentricity ea = H2we/(2500t)=


4.
Cl 32.2.5 25502/(2500*150) =17.34mm ea =
17.34mm

IS (456:2000) 5. Ultimate Load carrying capacity

Cl 32.2.5 Ultimate Load carrying capacity per unit length of the wall is

Puw =0.3 (t-1.2e -2ea)fck


Puw = 797.4
=0.3(150-1.2*7.5-2*17.34)*25 = 797.4 N/mm N/mm

Total Capacity of wall in X-direction =1814.085 KN

Total Capacity of wall in y-direction = 1869.903 KN

Calculation for main Vertical reinforcement


6.
Assume

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Using 12mm Ǿ vertical bar and 12mm Ǿ horizontal bar d’ =32 mm

Effective cover = d’ =32 mm

a) When lateral load is acting along X-direction

Mu = 589.795/2 = 294.8975 KNm

Vu =24.525/2 =12.2625 KN

Pu =766.25/2 =383.125KN

SP 16

Chart 35 IS
(13920:1993)

Cl 9.1.4 Min. Ast =0.0025 bD = 0.0025*150*2125 = 796.875mm2


P=0.25%
Ast =796.875mm2

Area of 12mm Ǿ = 113.09mm2

No. of Bars = = 7nos.


Spacing of Bars, Sv = mm

Check for spacing

Spacing of vertical steel reinforcement should be least of

Hw/5 = mm

IS 3t =3*150 =450mm
(13920:1993)
And 450mm
Cl 9.1.7
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To take account of the reversal effect, Provide 12mm Ǿ


200mm c/c on both sides of the wall
12mm Ǿ
200mm c/c

When lateral load is acting along Y-direction

Mu = 591.5/2 = 295.75 KN m
b)
Vu =24.597/2 =12.2985KN

Pu =766.25/2 =383.125 KN

SP 16

Chart 35

Min. Ast =0.0025 bD = 0.0025*150*2345 = 879.375mm2

Ast =879.375mm2

IS Area of 12mm Ǿ = 113.09mm2


(13920:1993)

Cl 9.1.4 No. of Bars = = 8nos.

Spacing of Bars

Sv = P=0.25%

Check for spacing

Spacing of vertical steel reinforcement should be least of

Hw/5 = mm

IS 3t =3*150 =450mm
(13920:1993)
And 450mm
Cl 9.1.7
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To take account of the reversal effect, Provide 12mm Ǿ


200mm c/c on both sides of the wall

12mm Ǿ
200mm c/c

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IS 7. Calculation of horizontal reinforcement


(13920:1993)
For 3.4 m height walls
Cl 9.1.4
Area of horizontal steel reinforcement = 0.25% bH

=0.0025*150*3400 = 1275 mm2

Providing 12mm Ǿ bar

No. of bars= =12 nos.

Spacing of bars ,Sv mm

To take account of the reversal effect, , Provide 12mm Ǿ 12mm Ǿ


300mm c/c on both sides of the wall 300mm c/c

For 2.5 m height walls

Area of horizontal steel reinforcement = 0.25% bH

=0.0025*150*2500 = 937.5 mm2

Providing 12mm Ǿ bar

No. of bars= nos.

Spacing of bars ,Sv mm

To take account of the reversal effect, , Provide 12mm Ǿ


300mm c/c on both sides of the wall

For 2.1 m height walls

Area of horizontal steel reinforcement = 0.25% bH

=0.0025*150*2100 = 787.5 mm2

Providing 12mm Ǿ bar

No. of bars= nos.

Spacing of bars ,Sv mm

To take account of the reversal effect, , Provide 12mm Ǿ


300mm c/c on both sides of the wall

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For 4.9 m height walls

Area of horizontal steel reinforcement = 0.25% bH

=0.0025*150*4900 = 1837.5 mm2

Providing 12mm Ǿ bar

No. of bars= nos.

Spacing of bars ,Sv mm

To take account of the reversal effect, , Provide 12mm Ǿ


300mm c/c on both sides of the wall

Check for Shear

When Lateral load is acting along X- direction

Nominal Shear Stresses

N/mm2

τv = Vu/td = Vu/(t*0.8Lw)=

Allowable Shear Stress

Τallowable=0.17fck= 0.17*25 =4.25 N/mm2

IS
(456:2000)
Design Shear Strength of Concrete
Cl 32.4.2
>1(high wall)

IS For
(456:2000)

Cl 32.4.2.1

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Design Shear Strength of concrete

N/mm2

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But not less than 0.15 =0.15 =0.75 N/mm2

Hence safe.

IS
(456:2000)
Τcw = 0.975
Cl 32.4.3
Check for Shear N/mm2

When Lateral load is acting along Y- direction Hence safe


Nominal Shear Stresses

N/mm2
τv = Vu/td = Vu/(t*0.8Lw)=

Allowable Shear Stress

Τallowable=0.17fck= 0.17*25=4.25 N/mm2


IS
(456:2000) s

Cl 32.4.2.1 Design Shear Strength of Concrete

>1(high wall)

Here,
IS
(456:2000) Design Shear Strength of concrete
Τcw =1.225
Cl 32.4.3
2
N/mm2 N/mm
But not less than 0.15 =0.15 =0.75

Hence safe. N/mm2


Hence safe

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7.7 DESIGN OF BASEMENT WALL

INTRODUCTION

Basement wall is constructed to retain the earth and to prevent moisture from seeping into the
building. Since the basement wall is supported by the mat foundation, the stability is ensured and
the design of the basement wall is limited to the safe design of vertical stem.

Basement walls are exterior walls of underground structures (tunnels and other earth sheltered
buildings), or retaining walls, which must resist lateral earth pressure as well as additional pressure
due to other type of loading. Basement walls carry lateral earth pressure generally as vertical slabs
supported by floor framing at the basement level and upper floor level. The axial forces in the floor
structures are, in turn, either resisted by shear walls or balanced by the lateral earth pressure coming
from the opposite side of the building.

Although basement walls act as vertical slabs supported by the horizontal floor framing, keep in
mind that during the early construction stage when the upper floor has not yet been built, the wall
may have to be designed as a cantilever.

The basement wall is designed as the cantilever wall with the fixity provided by the mat foundation.

Soil
Pressure
Due to Surcharge
Basement Wall

(Rear Face) (Front Face)

Mat Footing

2
4.2291KN/m
2
288.45 KN/m

Fig: Basement Wall

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DESIGN OF BASEMENT WALL

Concrete Grade: M25 Steel Grade: Fe500


Reference Step Calculation Output

1. Design Constants

Floor to floor heights,


Basement , h = 2.5 m
Unit weight of soil, γ = 17 kN/m3
Angle of internal friction of the soil, ө = 300
Surcharge produced due to vehicular movement, Ws =
10kN/m2
Safe bearing capacity of the soil, qs = 180 kN/m2
Height of soil from base to ground level (h)= 2.5m

2. Moment calculation

Here, Coefficient of
Earth Pressure,
Ka === 0.333 Pa =
17.69kN/m
Lateral load due to soil pressure,
Pa = Ka x γ x ( h2/2)
= 0.333 x 17 x (2.52/2)
= 17.69 kN/m
Lateral load due to surcharge load,
Ps= Ka x Ws x h Ps = 8.325
= 0.333 x 10 x 2.5 kN/m
= 8.325 kN/m
Characteristic bending moment at the base of wall is
calculated below. Since the weight of the wall gives
insignificant moment, so this can be neglected in the
design.
Mc = Pa x (h/3) + Ps x(h/2) M = 37.72
= 17.69 x (2.5/3) +8.325 x (2.5/2) kN-m/m
= 25.148 kN-m/m
Design moment, M = 1.5Mc = 1.5x25.148
3. =37.72 KN-m/m
Approximate design of section

Let effective depth of wall = d


BM = 0.36(xu,max/d)(1-0.42(xu,max/d))ƒckbd2
=0.133 ƒckbd2 (For Fe500)
Or 37.72 x106 = 0.133x25x1000xd2
or, d =106.51 mm
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Let clear cover is 40mm & bar size is 20 mm-Ф D = 175 mm


Overall depth of wall, D = 106.51 + 40 + 10 d = 125 mm
= 156.51 mm
Take D = 175 mm
So, d = 175 - 40 -10 = 125 mm

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D = 175mm <200mm
IS 456:2000, So, one curtains of reinforcement need to be provided.
Cl.32.5.1
Calculation of Main Steel Reinforcement Mu=
4. 0.87xfyx Astx d (1 − )
or, 37.72 x 106 =0.87x500xAstx125(1 − Ast = 795 mm2
) or, Ast = 795 mm2
Minimum Ast = 0.0012xbxD = 0.0012x1000x175
= 210 mm2<Ast

Maximum Diameter of bar = D/8 = 175/8 = 21.875 mm


IS 456:2000,
Cl.26.5.2.1 Providing 16mm-Ф bar,
Spacing of bars (s) : s = 200mm
IS 456:2000, s = 1000×Ab/Ast
26.5.2.2
πx16 2 x1000
Pt = 0.80424%
or, s = 4 x 795 = 252.9 mm/m
Provide
16mm-Ф bar
@200 mm c/c
Provide 16mm-Ф bar @200 mm c/c
Max. Spacing = 3*wall thickness or 450 = 525 mm or
450 mm=450mm (ok)

So, Provided Ast =


= 1005.3 mm2
Pt= (1005.3/(1000x125)) x 100= 0.80424 %
IS 456:2000, 0.36 x fck x Xu,max
Cl.32.5.b 5. Pt,lim= x100 = 0.9517% (OK)
0.87x fy x d

Vu = 35.811
KN
Check for Shear
The critical section for shear strength is taken at a
distance,‘d’ from the face of the support .Thus, the
critical section is at d = 0.125m from the top of mat
foundation i.e. at (2.5-0.125) = 2.375 m below the top
edge of wall.
Shear force at critical section is, v= 0.286
N/mm2

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Vu = 1.5x(Kax Wsx z + Ka x γ x (z2/2)) c=0.585


IS 456:2000, =1.5x(0.333x10x2.375+0.333x17x(2.3752/2)) N/mm2
Cl.31.6.2.1 = 35.811 kN

Nominal shear stress , safe

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V
τv = u
= (35.811x1000)/(1000x125) bd

IS 456:2000, =0.286 N/mm2


Table-19
Permissible shear stress , c = 0.585 N/mm2 Maximum
6. shear stress, c,max=3.1 N/mm2
Here, c> v& c,max > v
Hence, safe.
safe
Check for Deflection
IS456:2000,
Cl.23.2.a
Leff =clear span+ d or c-c of
support=2.5+0.125=2.625
Allowable deflection = Leff/250 = 2625/250
=10.5 mm
Pls eff 3 P la eff 3
Actual Deflection = +
8EI 30EI
26253x12x1000 8.325 17.69
7. = +
1000x1753x5000 25 8 30
= 2.641 mm < 10.5 mm
which is less than the allowable deflection, hence safe.

Calculation of Horizontal Reinforcement Steel bar

Area of Hz. Reinforcement = 0.002Dh


= 0.002x175*2500 = 875 mm2

As the temperature change occurs at front face of


basement wall, 2/3 of horizontal reinforcement is
provided at front face and 1/3 of horizontal
reinforcement is provided in inner face.
IS 456:2000, Provide front
Cl.32.5.d Front face Horizontal Reinforcement steel, face
= (2/3)x 875= 583.33 mm2 reinforcement
10mm-Ф bar
@ 300 mm c/c
Providing 10mm-Ф bars,
No. of bars required, N = (583.33x4)/ (πx102) = 7.42
nos. = 8 nos.
IS 456:2000, Spacing = (h-clear cover at both sides- Ф)/(N-1)
Cl.26.2.1 = (2500-2x40-10)/(8-1)
= 344.28 mm
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= 300 mm
Max. spacing = 3*wall thickness or 450 = 450 mm
So, Provide front face reinforcement 10mm-Ф bar @
300 mm c/c provide inner

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Inner face Horizontal Reinforcement steel, face 10mm-Ф


2 bar @ 450
= (1/3)x 875= 291.667 mm
Providing 10mm-Ф bars, mm c/c
No. of bars required, N = (291.667x4)/ (πx102) = 3.71
nos. = 4 nos.
Spacing = (h-clear cover at both sides- Ф)/(N-1)
= (2500-2x40-10)/(4-1) = 803.33 mm

8. Max. spacing = 3wall thickness or 450 = 450 mm


So, provide inner face 10mm-Ф bar @ 450 mm c/c

Curtailment of Reinforcement

No bars can be curtailed in less than Ld distance from


the bottom of stem.

φ
σs 0.87x500x16
Ld = = = 776.786 mm
1.6x4xτbd 1.6x4x1.4
=780 mm
The curtailment of bars can be done in two layers, at
1/3 and 2/3 heights of the stem above the base.

Let us curtail bars only at 1/3 distance i.e. 833.33 mm


from the base.(1666.667 distance from top)

Lateral load due to soil pressure,


Pa = Ka x γ x (h2/2)
= 0.333x17x (1.6672/2) Provide
=7.8625 kN/m 16mm-Ф bar
Lateral load due to surcharge load, @400 mm c/c
Ps = Ka x Ws x h above 800 mm
= 0.333 x 10 x 1.667 from base.
= 5.551 KN/m
Characteristic Bending moment at the base of wall is,
Mc =Pa x (h/3) + Ps x (h/2)
= 7.8625 x (1.667/3) + 5.551 x (1.667/2)
= 8.995 kN-m
Design Moment , M = 1.5Mc = 1.5x 8.995
= 13.493 kN-m
Since this moment is less than half of the moment at
the base of stem, spacing of vertical reinforcement is
doubled from 800 mm from the base of the wall.
Provide 16mm-Ф bar @4000 mm c/c above 800 mm
from base.
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MAT FOUNDATION CALCULATION

AXIAL
Column X Y Mx(KNm) My(KNm) F*X(KNm) F*Y(KNm)
FORCE
0A 0 22.972 124.666 22.245 19.843 0 2863.827
0B 0 15.578 239.551 34.538 -7.273 0 3731.731
0D 0 8.874 216.933 30.835 2.487 0 1925.066
0E 0 2.17 161.511 18.548 -10.362 0 350.4796
0F 0 0 18.881 1.752 -0.235 0 0
1A 3 22.972 2374.025 10.250 11.672 7122.074 54536.09
1B 3 15.578 4146.580 -3.381 -13.681 12439.74 64595.42
1D 3 8.874 3628.247 -4.255 1.786 10884.74 32197.06
1E 3 2.17 1361.151 2.383 -17.496 4083.454 2953.698
1F 3 0 6.326 0.000 0.000 18.978 0
2A 9.804 22.972 3503.389 -13.792 -21.905 34347.23 80479.86
2'A 14.501 22.972 1555.726 -6.787 -7.810 22559.58 35738.14
2B 9.804 15.578 4620.796 14.731 45.329 45302.28 71982.76
2D 9.804 8.874 3905.951 9.771 0.845 38293.95 34661.41
2E 9.804 2.17 2900.105 6.719 -10.580 28432.63 6293.229
2F 9.804 0 1843.896 -8.851 -3.189 18077.56 0
3A 16.726 22.972 658.460 0.495 3.298 11013.4 15126.14
3A' 16.726 20.711 1632.016 -2.397 10.914 27297.1 33800.68
3B 16.726 15.578 3449.122 -2.226 -9.538 57690.01 53730.42
3D 16.726 8.874 3655.161 4.031 -8.054 61136.23 32435.9
3E 16.726 2.17 2719.499 3.442 -15.876 45486.33 5901.312
3F 16.726 0 926.721 17.011 -6.690 15500.34 0
4A 22.438 22.972 311.912 -0.093 99.988 6998.681 7165.242
4C 22.438 13.778 2219.000 -13.871 -89.269 49789.92 30573.38
4D 22.438 8.874 1732.684 12.100 41.740 38877.96 15375.84
4E 22.438 2.17 1746.330 -3.197 -16.460 39184.15 3789.536
5A 28.15 22.972 233.473 -6.723 68.797 6572.274 5363.349
5C 28.15 13.778 1686.513 -7.775 -25.077 47475.33 23236.77
5D 28.15 8.874 1724.799 -6.164 -5.313 48553.08 15305.86
5E 28.15 2.17 1547.975 -4.821 -16.614 43575.51 3359.106
6A 31.82 22.972 109.903 -3.172 41.802 3497.124 2524.699
6C 31.82 13.778 208.009 -15.107 -21.497 6618.857 2865.953
6D 31.82 8.874 157.652 -15.891 14.461 5016.487 1399.004
6E 31.82 2.17 106.933 -13.765 -18.868 3402.597 232.0439
SUM= 55433.898 56.583 37.176 739247.6 644494

Total Vertical Load(∑F)= 55433.898 KN


Increasing 10% load considering self weight of foundation( 60977.29 KN
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∑F*X= 739248 KNm


∑F*Y= 644494 KNm
Centroid of resultant force:

= 12.1233273 m

= 10.5694112 m

Geometrical Centre of mat foundation:


X= 15.91 m
Y= 11.456 m

ex= -3.7866727 m ey= -


0.8865888 m
Mex= -54061.778 KNm
Mey= -230901.03 KNm
Total moment(Mxx=Mex+∑Mx)= -54005.195
Total moment(Myy=Mey+∑My)= -230863.86

Safe Bearing capacity of soil= 120 KN/mm2


Area of footing required= 508.144065
Providin34m * 25 m
m2
Area of footing provided= 850

m4
Ixx = 44270.833
m4
Iyy = 81883.33

Soil Pressure Calculation:

Column X Y Factored Stress (KN/m2)


0A -12.123 12.4025888 136.1836415
0B -12.123 5.00858876 149.7133535
0D -12.123 -1.6954112 161.9804876
0E -12.123 -8.3994112 174.2476217
0F -12.123 -10.569411 178.2183379
1A -9.1233 12.4025888 123.4962318
1B -9.1233 5.00858876 137.0259439
1D -9.1233 -1.6954112 149.293078
1E -9.1233 -8.3994112 161.5602121

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1F -9.1233 -10.569411 165.5309282


2A -2.3193 12.4025888 94.72118677
2'A 2.37767 12.4025888 74.8569324
2B -2.3193 5.00858876 108.2508988
2D -2.3193 -1.6954112 120.5180329
2E -2.3193 -8.3994112 132.785167
2F -2.3193 -10.569411 136.7558831
3A 4.60267 12.4025888 65.44710358
3A' 4.60267 10.1415888 69.58433362
3B 4.60267 5.00858876 78.97681562
3D 4.60267 -1.6954112 91.24394972
3E 4.60267 -8.3994112 103.5110838
3F 4.60267 -10.569411 107.4818
4A 10.3147 12.4025888 41.29027561
4C 10.3147 3.20858876 58.11366924
4D 10.3147 -1.6954112 67.08712175
4E 10.3147 -8.3994112 79.35425585
5A 16.0267 12.4025888 17.13344764
5C 16.0267 3.20858876 33.95684128
5D 16.0267 -1.6954112 42.93029378
5E 16.0267 -8.3994112 55.19742788
6A 19.6967 12.4025888 1.612516511
6C 19.6967 3.20858876 18.43591014
6D 19.6967 -1.6954112 27.40936265
6E 19.6967 -8.3994112 39.67649675
In y-direction the raft is divided into 7 strips
Width Stress 1 Stress 2 Avg stress
Beam
(m) KN/m 2
KN/m 2 KN/m2
0-0 1.5 178.218338 178.218338 178.218338
1-1 4.902 178.218338 165.530928 171.874633
2-2 6.863 165.530928 136.755883 151.143406
3-3 6.317 136.755883 107.4818 122.118842
4-4 5.712 107.4818 79.3542558 93.4180279
5-5 4.691 79.3542558 55.1974279 67.2758419
6-6 1.835 55.1974279 39.6764967 47.4369623
The moment is obtained by using coefficient of 1/10
Beam W(KN/m2 L(m) M=WL2/10 (KNm/m)
0-0 178.218 7.394 974.3416809
1-1 171.875 7.394 939.6598626
2-2 151.143 7.394 826.3196802
3-3 122.119 6.704 548.8462321

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4-4 93.418 9.194 789.6591894


5-5 67.2758 9.194 568.6802424
6-6 47.437 9.194 400.9829157
In x-direction the raft is divided into 6 strips
Width Stress 1 Stress 2 Avg stress
Beam
(m) KN/m 2
KN/m 2 KN/m2
A-A 3.697 136.183642 136.183642 136.183642
B-B 4.597 136.183642 149.713354 142.948498
C-C 3.352 149.713354 58.1136924 103.913523
D-D 5.804 58.1136924 161.980488 110.04709
E-E 4.437 161.980488 174.247622 168.114055
F-F 1.085 174.247622 178.218379 176.233
The moment is obtained by using coefficient of 1/10
Beam W(KN/m2 L(m) M=WL2/10 (KNm/m)
A-A 136.184 6.804 630.4542152
B-B 142.948 6.922 684.9246317
C-C 103.914 5.712 339.0380694
D-D 110.047 6.922 527.2805514
E-E 168.114 6.922 805.5030936
F-F 176.233 6.922 844.4042782

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Design Of Mat Foundation


Grade of concrete: M25
Grade of Steel: Fe500
Reference Steps Calculations

IS456:2000 1 Known data


Table 12 KN/m2
Upward Soil Pressure = 178.218
Max span length = 9.194 m
IS456:2000 2
Annex Moment Calculation (For Y direction)
G.1.1.c Maximum support moment(Ms) = qL2/10 = 1506.473 KNm/m
Maximum span moment(Ms) = qL2/12 = 1255.394 KNm/m
3
Depth from moment consideration
=√( /0.133 =
614.461 mm

4
Calculation of depth from 2 way shear
The depth of the raft foundation will be governed by two way shear at one of the exterior
columns. In case location of critical shear is not obvious, it may be necessary to check
all possible locations.
When shear reinforcement is not provided, the calculated shear stress at critical section
shall not exceed Ks τc i.e. τv≤ Ks τc where,
IS456:2000 Ks = 0.5 + βc but not greater than 1
Cl.31.6.3.1 βc =1
Ks = 1+0.5 = 1.5>1
Hence, Ks = 1

Shear Strength of Concrete,


N/mm2
τc=0.25√fck = 1.250

For corner column 0A

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Perimeter, Po=(1.090+0.225+0.5d)+(1.014+0.225+0.5d) = (2554+d) mm

Reference Steps Calculations

τ v = τc = 1.250 N/mm2

Vu = 1.5 * Service Axial Force= 1.5*124.666 = 186.999 kN

τv = Vu/Pod

d= 57.289 mm

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For edge column 2A

Perimeter,Po=(0.6+0.5d+0.5d)+2(0.5d+0.3+1.014)=
3228+2d

τ v = τc = 1.250 N/mm2
Vu= 1.5 * Service Axial Force= 1.5* 3503.389 5255.084 kN
τv = Vu/Pod
d= 852.301 mm

For centre column 2B

Perimeter,Po= 4(0.6+d) = (2
400+4d) mm

τ v = τc = 1.250 N/mm2
Vu= 1.5 * Service Axial Force= 1.5* 4620.8 6931.20 kN

τv = Vu/Pod

d= 864.36 mm

Taking overall depth D as 1200 and effective cover as (60+20/25/ 2)

Reference Steps Calculations

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Effective depth(dx)=1200-72.5 1127.5 mm


Effective depth(dy)=1127.5-25= 1102.5 mm

Overall Depth (D) = 1200 mm

5 Calculation of reinforcement in the foundation


Along X - direction
IS456:2000 mm2
Minimum Reinforcement = Ast,min= 0.12 % of bD= 1440
Cl.26.5.2.1
Maximum Moment = 844.404 kNm

IS456:2000
Annex
G.1.1.b Solving, we get,
mm2
Ast= 1777.706
>Ast,min
Take Ast= 1777.706 mm2
Providing 25mm dia. Bar,
3 =( _∅)/ _ =(1000
×490.87)/3000= 276.128 mm

Provide 25 mm bars @spacing of 270 mm


mm2
Ast,provided= 1000*490.8738/200 = 1818.051
>Ast O.K. pt =
0.161 %

Along Y - direction
mm2
Minimum Reinforcement = Ast,min= 0.12 % of bD= 1440
Maximum Moment = 974.342 kNm

Solving, we get,
mm2
Ast= 2061.997
>Ast,min
mm2
Take Ast= 2061.997
Providing 25 mm bars

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IS456:2000 spacing required= 238.0575 mm


Annex
G.1.1.b Provide 25mm bars @ 230 mm spacing
mm2
Ast,provided= 1000*490.8738/230 = 2134.234
>Ast,min O.K. pt
= 0.194 %

Area of steel at midspan (Top bars)

Reference Steps Calculations

Maximum Moment = 1255.394 kNm

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IS456:2000 =0.87 _% _ (1−( _ _


Annex
G.1.1.b
Solving, we get,
mm2
Ast= 2687.755
> Ast,min
2
Take Ast= 2687.755 mm
Providing 28mm dia. Bar,

=( _∅)/ _ =(1000 ×615.75/2985.2358=229.095 mm

Provide 28 mm bars @ spacing of 220 mm


mm2
Ast,provided= 1000*615.7521/205 = 2798.873
> Ast,min O.K. pt
= 0.248 %

Check for one way shear

For Column A6
Considering 1m wide strip of equivalent beam A-A
W = 178.219 kN/m
W*l = 178.219*6.804 = 1212.601 kN

Assuming the shear force at column A6 to be 60 % of Wl = 727.560 kN

The shear force at distance 'dx' from the column is given by


Vu =727.560 - 178.219 * dx = 531.074 kN

*_ =+_ /( _, )= (531.074∗1000)/(1000 ∗1127.5)= N/mm2


0.471

Here, the one way shear is very small compared to design shear strength of concrete
6 i.e. 1.369 N/mm2 at critical section. Hence, safe in one way shear.

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ANNEX-A
CALCULATION OF CENTER OF ECCENTRICITY OF BASEMENT

LENTH WIDTH HEIGHT E


DECS. X y Ixx Iyy Kx Ky Kx*y Ky*x x y
(MM) (MM) (MM) (KN/m2)

0AB 7394 200 1900 100 19570 6.737319 0.004596 2.5E+07 201020.6 2.95E+08 3933972299 2.947E+10
0BD 6254 200 1900 100 12521 4.076828 0.004136 2.5E+07 180901 1.78E+08 2265061496 1.783E+10 2E+04 12426
0DE 6254 200 1900 100 5817 4.076828 0.004136 2.5E+07 180901 1.78E+08 1052301152 1.783E+10
0EF 1720 200 1900 100 1232.5 0.084807 0.001477 2.5E+07 64586.67 3709322 79603076.25 370932206

A01 2250 200 1900 1788 22770 0.0015 0.189844 2.5E+07 8303415 65607.23 1.89069E+11 117272926

A12 6254 200 1900 6727 22770 0.004169 4.076828 2.5E+07 1.78E+08 182358.9 4.06019E+12 1.227E+09

A27 6372 200 1900 13590 22770 0.004248 4.311973 2.5E+07 1.89E+08 185799.7 4.29437E+12 2.525E+09

A73 1402 200 1900 15952 22770 0.000935 0.04593 2.5E+07 2008877 40880.59 45742118325 652127249

A34 5212 200 1900 19907 22770 0.003475 2.359728 2.5E+07 1.03E+08 151975.5 2.3501E+12 3.025E+09

A45 5262 200 1900 25619 22770 0.003508 2.428294 2.5E+07 1.06E+08 153433.4 2.41838E+12 3.931E+09

A56 3220 200 1900 30348 22770 0.002147 0.001267 2.5E+07 55401.66 93891.24 1261495845 2.849E+09

F01 2575 200 1900 1788 100 0.001717 0.284564 2.5E+07 12446318 75083.83 1244631825 134212349

F12 6304 200 1900 6727 100 0.004203 4.175393 2.5E+07 1.83E+08 183816.9 18262398488 1.237E+09

F23 6522 200 1900 9040 100 0.002315 0.69757 2.5E+07 30510432 101239.2 3051043158 915202799

E34 5112 200 1900 19907 2470 0.003408 2.226493 2.5E+07 97382683 149059.6 2.40535E+11 2.967E+09

3EF 2020 200 1900 14251 1232.5 0.137373 0.001347 2.5E+07 58900.71 6008462 72595130.49 8.563E+10

E45 5712 200 1900 25619 2470 0.003808 3.106085 2.5E+07 1.36E+08 166554.9 3.3556E+11 4.267E+09

E56 3195 200 1900 30348 2470 0.00213 0.543577 2.5E+07 23775069 93162.27 58724420828 2.827E+09

6AC 8694 200 1900 32670 18396 10.95236 0.005796 2.5E+07 253506.3 4.79E+08 4663502668 1.565E+13

6CD 4100 200 1900 32670 11524 1.148683 0.002733 2.5E+07 119551 50241289 1377705205 1.641E+12

6DE 6254 200 1900 32670 5817 4.076828 0.114317 2.5E+07 5000000 1.78E+08 29085000000 5.825E+12

sh-1 2725 150 1300 8817 75 0.000766 0.252935 2.5E+07 34538282 104652.7 2590371147 922670101

sh-2 2020 150 1900 7754 1210 0.10303 0.000568 2.5E+07 24848.74 4506346 30066974.05 3.494E+10

sh-2 2020 150 1300 7754 1210 0.10303 0.000568 2.5E+07 77577.38 14068744 93868627.67 1.091E+11

sh-3 2275 150 1900 8817 2295 0.00064 0.147182 2.5E+07 6437462 27985.58 14773974930 246734907
sh-3 2275 150 1300 8817 2295 0.00064 0.147182 2.5E+07 20097656 87370.56 46124121094 770302561

sh-4 2495 150 1900 14876 22045.5 0.194143 0.000702 2.5E+07 30691.88 8491455 676617905.1 1.263E+11

sh-4 2495 150 2800 14876 22045.5 0.194143 0.000702 2.5E+07 9589.815 2653193 211412272.7 3.947E+10

0A 500 500 2500 250 23422 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 100000 100000 2342200000 25000000

0B 500 500 2500 250 15978 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 100000 100000 1597800000 25000000

0D 500 500 2500 250 9224 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 100000 100000 922400000 25000000

0E 500 500 2500 250 2470 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 100000 100000 247000000 25000000

0F 500 500 2500 250 250 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 100000 100000 25000000 25000000

1A 500 500 6100 3300 23422 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 6883.836 6883.836 161233208.9 22716659

1B 600 600 6100 3300 15978 0.0108 0.0108 2.5E+07 14274.32 14274.32 228075125.2 47105264

1D 600 600 4600 3300 9224 0.0108 0.0108 2.5E+07 33286.76 33286.76 307037067.5 109846306

1E 500 500 4600 3300 2470 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 16052.64 16052.64 39650026.71 52973720

1F 500 500 4600 3300 250 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 16052.64 16052.64 4013160.598 52973720

2A 600 600 6100 10204 23422 0.0108 0.0108 2.5E+07 14274.32 14274.32 334333182.1 145655187

2B 750 750 6100 10204 15978 0.026367 0.026367 2.5E+07 34849.42 34849.42 556824036.2 355603484

2D 750 750 4600 10204 9224 0.026367 0.026367 2.5E+07 81266.5 81266.5 749602215.5 829243388

2E 600 600 4600 10204 2470 0.0108 0.0108 2.5E+07 33286.76 33286.76 82218295.39 339658092

2F 500 500 4600 10204 250 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 16052.64 16052.64 4013160.598 163801163

7A 500 500 6100 15051 23422 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 6883.836 6883.836 161233208.9 103608617

7F 500 500 4600 15051 250 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 16052.64 16052.64 4013160.598 241608321

3A 500 500 6100 17226 23422 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 6883.836 6883.836 161233208.9 118580961

3G 500 500 6100 17226 21197 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 6883.836 6883.836 145916673.6 118580961

3B 600 600 6100 17226 15978 0.0108 0.0108 2.5E+07 14274.32 14274.32 228075125.2 245889480

3C 600 600 4600 17226 13474 0.0108 0.0108 2.5E+07 33286.76 33286.76 448505794.4 573397715

3D 750 750 4600 17226 9224 0.026367 0.026367 2.5E+07 81266.5 81266.5 749602215.5 1.4E+09

3E 600 600 4600 17226 2470 0.0108 0.0108 2.5E+07 33286.76 33286.76 82218295.39 573397715

4A 500 500 2500 22988 23422 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 100000 100000 2342200000 2.299E+09
4C 600 600 4600 22988 13474 0.0108 0.0108 2.5E+07 33286.76 33286.76 448505794.4 765196022

4D 750 750 4600 22988 9224 0.026367 0.026367 2.5E+07 81266.5 81266.5 749602215.5 1.868E+09

4E 600 600 4600 22988 2470 0.0108 0.0108 2.5E+07 33286.76 33286.76 82218295.39 765196022

5A 500 500 2500 28750 23422 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 100000 100000 2342200000 2.875E+09

5C 500 500 4600 28750 13474 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 16052.64 16052.64 216293303.6 461513469

5D 600 600 4600 28750 9224 0.0108 0.0108 2.5E+07 33286.76 33286.76 307037067.5 956994329

5E 500 500 4600 28750 2470 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 16052.64 16052.64 39650026.71 461513469

6A 500 500 2500 32270 23422 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 100000 100000 2342200000 3.227E+09

6C 500 500 2500 32270 13474 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 100000 100000 1347400000 3.227E+09

6D 500 500 2500 32270 9224 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 100000 100000 922400000 3.227E+09

6E 500 500 2500 32270 2470 0.005208 0.005208 2.5E+07 100000 100000 247000000 3.227E+09

TOTAL 1.14E+09 1.4E+09 1.41445E+13 2.364E+13


SLAB OF BASEMENT
Self Floor SLAB Concentra
ALONG X ALONG Y γ, Live load
SN INDEX D(mm) Y X(MM) weight finish AREA ted Mx ,KNm My ,KNm X(mm) Y(mm)
L(mm) B(mm) (KN/m3) (KN/M2)
(KN) (KN/m2) (M2) load(KN)
1 AB01 2800 7094 135 19675 1600 25 67.0383 3 1.5 19.8632 156.4227 250276.3 3077617
15455 12079.9
2 BD01 2800 6354 135 12401 1600 25 60.0453 3 1.5 17.7912 140.1057 224169.1 1737451
3 DE01 2800 6404 135 5822 1600 25 60.5178 3 1.5 17.9312 141.2082 225933.1 822114.1

4 EF01 2850 1920 135 1260 1600 25 18.468 3 1.5 5.472 43.092 68947.2 54295.92

5 BD12 6454 6254 135 12376 6677 25 136.2262 3 1.5 40.36332 317.8611 2122359 3933849

6 DE12 6454 6304 135 5797 6677 25 137.3153 3 1.5 40.68602 320.4024 2139327 1857373

7 EF12 4379 1870 135 1235 5639.5 25 27.63696 3 1.5 8.18873 64.48625 363670.2 79640.52

8 AB23 4825 5454 135 18924.7 13163 25 88.81498 3 1.5 26.31555 207.235 2727852 3921855

9 BD23 6622 6254 135 12376 13665 25 139.7722 3 1.5 41.41399 326.1352 4456637 4036249

10 DE23 6622 6304 135 5797 13665 25 140.8897 3 1.5 41.74509 328.7426 4492267 1905721

11 EF23 6672 1870 135 1235 13665 25 42.10866 3 1.5 12.47664 98.25354 1342635 121343.1

12 AC34 5362 8944 135 18246 20107 25 161.8573 3 1.5 47.95773 377.6671 7593753 6890914

13 CD34 5362 4604 135 11726 20107 25 83.31744 3 1.5 24.68665 194.4074 3908949 2279621

14 DE34 5362 6404 135 6072 20107 25 115.8916 3 1.5 34.33825 270.4137 5437208 1641952

15 AC45 5362 8944 135 18246 25869 25 161.8573 3 1.5 47.95773 377.6671 9769870 6890914

16 CD45 5362 4604 135 11726 25869 25 83.31744 3 1.5 24.68665 194.4074 5029124 2279621
17 DE45 5362 6404 135 6072 25869 25 115.8916 3 1.5 34.33825 270.4137 6995332 1641952

18 AC56 3370 8944 135 18196 25123 25 101.7268 3 1.5 30.14128 237.3626 5963260 4319050

19 CD56 3370 4704 135 11726 25123 25 53.50212 3 1.5 15.85248 124.8383 3136312 1463854

20 DE56 3370 6504 135 6072 25123 25 73.97487 3 1.5 21.91848 172.608 4336432 1048076

21 AB12 6454 7044 135 19650 6677 25 153.4342 3 1.5 45.46198 358.0131 2390453 7034957

TOTAL 2023.604 4721.743 72974765 57038417


LENGTH BREADTH HEIGHT VOLUME WEIGHT
SN DESC. (mm) (mm) (mm) X Y (m2) ϒ (KN) W*X W*Y X Y
BEAMS
1 0AB 6944 300 600 200 19700 1.24992 25 31.248 6.2496 615.5856
16.031 12.05
2 0BD 6254 300 600 200 12601 1.12572 25 28.143 5.6286 354.6299
3 0DE 6254 300 600 200 5847 1.12572 25 28.143 5.6286 164.5521

4 0EF 1720 300 600 200 1360 0.3096 25 7.74 1.548 10.5264

5 1AB 6894 400 800 3250 19723 2.20608 25 55.152 179.244 1087.763

6 1AB 6894 400 800 3250 19723 2.20608 25 55.152 179.244 1087.763

7 1BD 6154 400 800 3250 12599 1.96928 25 49.232 160.004 620.274

8 1BD 6154 400 800 3250 12599 1.96928 25 49.232 160.004 620.274

9 1DE 6202 400 800 3250 5821 1.98464 25 49.616 161.252 288.8147

10 1DE 6202 400 800 3250 5821 1.98464 25 49.616 161.252 288.8147

11 1EF 1720 400 800 3250 1360 0.5504 25 13.76 44.72 18.7136

12 1EF 1720 400 800 3250 1360 0.5504 25 13.76 44.72 18.7136

13 2AB 6769 400 800 10204 19733.5 2.16608 25 54.152 552.567 1068.608

PB 14 2BD 6000 400 800 10204 12599 1.92 25 48 489.792 604.752

15 2DE 6079 400 800 10204 5809.5 1.94528 25 48.632 496.2409 282.5276

16 2EF 1670 400 800 10204 1335 0.5344 25 13.36 136.3254 17.8356

17 3AG 1490 400 800 17226 21938 0.4768 25 11.92 205.3339 261.501

18 3GB 4669 400 800 17226 18358.5 1.49408 25 37.352 643.4256 685.7267

19 3BC 1200 400 800 17226 14824 0.384 25 9.6 165.3696 142.3104

20 3CD 3975 400 800 17226 11636.5 1.272 25 31.8 547.7868 370.0407

21 3DE 6079 400 800 17226 5859.5 1.94528 25 48.632 837.7348 284.9592

22 4AC 8744 400 800 22988 18596 2.79808 25 69.952 1608.057 1300.827

23 4CD 3975 400 800 22988 11636.5 1.272 25 31.8 731.0184 370.0407

24 4DE 6079 400 800 22988 5859.5 1.94528 25 48.632 1117.952 284.9592

25 5AC 8794 400 800 28750 18521 2.81408 25 70.352 2022.62 1302.989

26 5AC 8794 400 800 28750 18521 2.81408 25 70.352 2022.62 1302.989
27 5CD 4100 400 800 28750 11574 1.312 25 32.8 943 379.6272

28 5CD 4100 400 800 28750 11574 1.312 25 32.8 943 379.6272

29 5DE 6204 400 800 28750 5822 1.98528 25 49.632 1426.92 288.9575

30 5DE 6204 400 800 28750 5822 1.98528 25 49.632 1426.92 288.9575

31 6AC 8794 400 800 32520 20625 2.81408 25 70.352 2287.847 1451.01

32 6CD 6254 400 800 32520 12601 2.00128 25 50.032 1627.041 630.4532

33 6DE 6254 400 800 32520 5847 2.00128 25 50.032 1627.041 292.5371

34 A01 2550 300 600 1775 23472 0.459 25 11.475 20.36813 269.3412

35 A12 6354 400 800 6727 23472 2.03328 25 50.832 341.9469 1193.129

36 A27 4297 400 800 13740 23472 1.37504 25 34.376 472.3262 806.8735

37 A73 1402 400 800 18177 23472 0.44864 25 11.216 203.8732 263.262

38 A34 5262 400 800 22009 23472 1.68384 25 42.096 926.4909 988.0773

39 A45 5262 400 800 27771 23472 1.68384 25 42.096 1169.048 988.0773

40 A56 3220 300 600 32512 23472 0.5796 25 14.49 471.0989 340.1093

41 B01 2500 300 600 1775 15978 0.45 25 11.25 19.96875 179.7525

42 B12 6179 400 800 6689.5 15978 1.97728 25 49.432 330.6754 789.8245

43 B23 6347 400 800 13702.5 15978 2.03104 25 50.776 695.7581 811.2989

44 C34 5162 400 800 19907 13924 1.65184 25 41.296 822.0795 575.0055

45 C45 5212 400 800 25694 13924 1.66784 25 41.696 1071.337 580.5751

46 C56 3220 300 600 30410 13924 0.5796 25 14.49 440.6409 201.7588

47 D01 2500 300 600 1750 9674 0.45 25 11.25 19.6875 108.8325

48 D12 6179 400 800 6689.5 9674 1.97728 25 49.432 330.6754 478.2052

49 D23 6272 400 800 13665 9674 2.00704 25 50.176 685.655 485.4026

50 D34 5012 400 800 20057 9674 1.60384 25 40.096 804.2055 387.8887

51 D45 5087 400 800 25856.5 9674 1.62784 25 40.696 1052.256 393.6931

52 D56 3170 300 600 30585 9674 0.5706 25 14.265 436.295 137.9996

53 E01 2550 300 600 1775 2470 0.459 25 11.475 20.36813 28.34325
54 E12 6354 400 800 6727 2470 2.03328 25 50.832 341.9469 125.555

55 E23 6422 400 800 13715 2470 2.05504 25 51.376 704.6218 126.8987

56 E34 5162 400 800 20107 2470 1.65184 25 41.296 830.3387 102.0011

57 E45 5187 400 800 25881.5 2470 1.65984 25 41.496 1073.979 102.4951

58 E56 3220 300 600 30585 2470 0.5796 25 14.49 443.1767 35.7903

59 F01 2550 300 600 1775 200 0.459 25 11.475 20.36813 2.295

60 F12 6404 400 800 6752 200 2.04928 25 51.232 345.9185 10.2464

61 F27 3472 400 800 12190 200 1.11104 25 27.776 338.5894 5.5552

62 S1-12 6404 300 600 3602 19700 1.15272 25 28.818 103.8024 567.7146

63 S1-23 6522 300 600 10465 19700 1.17396 25 29.349 307.1373 578.1753

64 S2-34 5312 300 600 19742 6072 0.95616 25 23.904 471.9128 145.1451

65 S2-45 5312 300 600 25364 6072 0.95616 25 23.904 606.3011 145.1451

66 M1-BD 6304 300 600 3602 12576 1.13472 25 28.368 102.1815 356.756
SB
67 M2-BD 6304 300 600 13702 12576 1.13472 25 28.368 388.6983 356.756

68 M1-DE 6304 300 600 3602 5822 1.13472 25 28.368 102.1815 165.1585

69 M2-DE 6304 300 600 13702 5822 1.13472 25 28.368 388.6983 165.1585

70 M3-CD 4054 300 600 20057 11901 0.72972 25 18.243 365.8999 217.1099

71 M4-CD 4054 300 600 25856.5 11901 0.72972 25 18.243 471.7001 217.1099

TOTAL 2539.427 40710.31 30600.18


CALCULATION OF CENTER OF MASS OF BASEMENT
COLUMN
LENGTH BREADTH HEIGHT X Y
SN COLUMN (MM) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) ϒ (kN/m3) VOLUME (m3) WEIGHT (KN) W*X (KNm) W*Y (KNm)
1 0A 500 500 2500 250 23422 25 0.625 15.625 3.90625 365.96875
2 0B 500 500 2500 250 15978 25 0.625 15.625 3.90625 249.65625
3 0D 500 500 2500 250 9224 25 0.625 15.625 3.90625 144.125
4 0E 500 500 2500 250 2470 25 0.625 15.625 3.90625 38.59375
5 0F 500 500 2500 250 250 25 0.625 15.625 3.90625 3.90625
6 1A 500 500 6100 3300 23422 25 1.525 38.125 125.8125 892.96375
7 1B 600 600 6100 3300 15978 25 2.196 54.9 181.17 877.1922
8 1D 600 600 4600 3300 9224 25 1.656 41.4 136.62 381.8736
9 1E 500 500 4600 3300 2470 25 1.15 28.75 94.875 71.0125
10 1F 500 500 4600 3300 250 25 1.15 28.75 94.875 7.1875
11 2A 600 600 6100 10204 23422 25 2.196 54.9 560.1996 1285.8678
12 2B 750 750 6100 10204 15978 25 3.43125 85.78125 875.311875 1370.612813
13 2D 750 750 4600 10204 9224 25 2.5875 64.6875 660.07125 596.6775
14 2E 600 600 4600 10204 2470 25 1.656 41.4 422.4456 102.258
15 2F 500 500 4600 10204 250 25 1.15 28.75 293.365 7.1875
16 7A 500 500 6100 15051 23422 25 1.525 38.125 573.819375 892.96375
17 3F 500 500 4600 15051 250 25 1.15 28.75 432.71625 7.1875
18 3A 500 500 6100 17226 23422 25 1.525 38.125 656.74125 892.96375
19 3G 500 500 6100 17226 21197 25 1.525 38.125 656.74125 808.135625
20 3B 600 600 6100 17226 15978 25 2.196 54.9 945.7074 877.1922
21 3C 600 600 4600 17226 13474 25 1.656 41.4 713.1564 557.8236
22 3D 750 750 4600 17226 9224 25 2.5875 64.6875 1114.306875 596.6775
23 3E 600 600 4600 17226 2470 25 1.656 41.4 713.1564 102.258
24 4A 500 500 2500 22988 23422 25 0.625 15.625 359.1875 365.96875
25 4C 600 600 4600 22988 13474 25 1.656 41.4 951.7032 557.8236
26 4D 750 750 4600 22988 9224 25 2.5875 64.6875 1487.03625 596.6775
27 4E 600 600 4600 22988 2470 25 1.656 41.4 951.7032 102.258
28 5A 500 500 2500 28750 23422 25 0.625 15.625 449.21875 365.96875
29 5C 500 500 4600 28750 13474 25 1.15 28.75 826.5625 387.3775
30 5D 600 600 4600 28750 9224 25 1.656 41.4 1190.25 381.8736
31 5E 500 500 4600 28750 2470 25 1.15 28.75 826.5625 71.0125
32 6A 500 500 2500 32270 23422 25 0.625 15.625 504.21875 365.96875
33 6C 500 500 2500 32270 13474 25 0.625 15.625 504.21875 210.53125
34 6D 500 500 2500 32270 9224 25 0.625 15.625 504.21875 144.125
35 6E 500 500 2500 32270 2470 25 0.625 15.625 504.21875 38.59375
TOTAL 1231.21875 18329.72118 14718.46404
BASEMENT WALL LOAD CALCULATION
LENTH WIDTH HEIGHT vol. actual UNIT WEIGHT
DESCRIPTION OPENING X y actual Vol. (M3) Mx My x y
(MM) (MM) (MM) (M3) WEIGHT (KN)
0AB 2 6894 200 1900 100 19570 2.61972 3.153 25 78.825 7.8825 1542.605
13.60852 15.05149
0BD 2 6204 200 1900 100 12521 2.35752 2.808 25 70.2 7.02 878.9742
0DE 2 6204 200 1900 100 5817 2.35752 2.808 25 70.2 7.02 408.3534

0EF 1 2215 200 1900 100 1232.5 0.8417 0.9605 25 24.0125 2.40125 29.59541

A01 0 2575 200 2800 1787.5 21202 1.442 1.442 20 28.84 51.5515 611.4657

A01 0 2575 200 1900 1787.5 21202 0.9785 3.1415 25 78.5375 140.3858 1665.152

A12 1 6254 200 2800 6727 21202 3.50224 3.50224 20 70.0448 471.1914 1485.09

A12 1 6254 200 1900 6727 21202 2.37652 4.66288 25 116.572 784.1798 2471.56

A23 2 6372 200 2800 13590 21202 3.56832 3.56832 20 71.3664 969.8694 1513.11

A23 2 6372 200 1900 13590 21202 2.42136 7.47984 25 186.996 2541.276 3964.689

A34 0 5212 200 1900 19907 21202 1.98056 2.606 25 65.15 1296.941 1381.31

A45 0 5212 200 1900 25619 21202 1.98056 2.606 25 65.15 1669.078 1381.31

A56 0 3245 200 1900 30347.5 21202 1.2331 1.6225 25 40.5625 1230.97 860.0061

F01 0 2575 200 1500 1787.5 250 0.7725 0.7725 20 15.45 27.61688 3.8625

F01 0 2575 200 1900 1787.5 250 0.9785 2.369 25 59.225 105.8647 14.80625

F12 0 6304 200 1500 6727 250 1.8912 1.8912 20 37.824 254.442 9.456

F12 0 6304 200 1900 6727 250 2.39552 5.79968 25 144.992 975.3612 36.248

F23 1 2550 200 1500 15626 2265 0.765 0.765 20 15.3 239.0778 34.6545

F23 1 2550 200 1900 15626 2265 0.969 2.199 25 54.975 859.0394 124.5184

E34 1 5112 200 1900 19907 2265 1.94256 2.409 25 60.225 1198.899 136.4096

7EF 0 2020 200 1900 14251 1607.5 0.7676 1.8584 25 46.46 662.1015 74.68445

E45 1 5712 200 1900 25619 2265 2.17056 2.709 25 67.725 1735.047 153.3971

E56 1 3195 200 1900 30347.5 2265 1.2141 1.4505 25 36.2625 1100.476 82.13456
6AC 0 8694 200 1900 32370 32370 3.30372 4.347 25 108.675 3517.81 3517.81

6CD 2 4404 200 1900 32370 32370 1.67352 1.908 25 47.7 1544.049 1544.049

6DE 2 6204 200 1900 32370 32370 2.35752 2.808 25 70.2 2272.374 2272.374

sh-2 0 2020 150 3200 7754 1210 0.9696 0.9696 25 24.24 187.957 29.3304

sh-3 0 2275 150 3200 8816.5 2295 1.092 1.092 25 27.3 240.6905 62.6535

sh-4 0 2495 150 5100 14876 22046 1.908675 1.908675 25 47.71688 709.8362 1051.942

sh-5 0 1490 150 5100 17226 22548 1.13985 1.13985 25 28.49625 490.8764 642.5334

TOTAL 1859.223 25301.28 27984.09

Total Mass center Stiffness center eccentricity


Components weight Wi *Xi Wi *Yi
X̅ Y̅ X̅ Y̅ ex ey Remarks
walls 1859.223 25301.28 27984.1 15.197 12.591 16.859 12.4256494 -1.662 0.166

slab 4721.743 72974.77 57038.4

column 1231.219 18329.72 14718.5

beam 2539.427 40710.31 30600.2

TOTAL 10351.6 157316.1 130341.1

CALCULATION OF CENTER OF STIFFNESS OF GROUND FLOOR


Size Length Moment of inertia
Column E
S.N Column ID Ixx Iyy Yg (MM) kX ky ky*Xg Kx*yg X̅ (m) Y̅ (m)
Type B(mm) D(mm) l(m) (KN/m^2)
3
(BD /12) (BD3/12) Xg (MM)

1 A1 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 225 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 8944.7 971036.7
8.86 14.36
2 A2 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 7029 24426 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 579431.1 2013542
3 A3 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 13951 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 554611.2 971036.7

4 B1 c2 600 600 4.9 0.011 0.011 225 17032 25000000 27539.55 27539.55 6196.398 469053.5

5 B2 c1 750 750 4.9 0.026 0.026 7029 17032 25000000 67235.22 67235.22 472596.4 1145150

6 B3 c2 600 600 4.9 0.011 0.011 13951 17032 25000000 27539.55 27539.55 384204.2 469053.5

7 C3 c2 600 600 4.9 0.011 0.011 13951 15232 25000000 27539.55 27539.55 384204.2 419482.4

8 C4 c2' 600 600 4.9 0.011 0.011 19663 15232 25000000 27539.55 27539.55 541510.1 419482.4

9 C5 c3' 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 25375 15232 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 337006.2 202296.7
10 D1 c2 600 600 4.9 0.011 0.011 225 10328 25000000 27539.55 27539.55 6196.398 284428.4

11 D2 c1 750 750 4.9 0.026 0.026 7029 10328 25000000 67235.22 67235.22 472596.4 694405.3

12 D3 c1 750 750 4.9 0.026 0.026 13951 10328 25000000 67235.22 67235.22 937998.5 694405.3

13 D4 c1 750 750 4.9 0.026 0.026 19663 10328 25000000 67235.22 67235.22 1322046 694405.3

14 D5 c2 600 600 4.9 0.011 0.011 25375 10328 25000000 27539.55 27539.55 698816 284428.4

15 E1 c3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 225 3624 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 2988.232 48130.46

16 E2 c2 600 600 4.9 0.011 0.011 7029 3624 25000000 27539.55 27539.55 193575.5 99803.31

17 E3 c2 600 600 4.9 0.011 0.011 13966 3624 25000000 27539.55 27539.55 384617.3 99803.31

18 E4 c2 600 600 4.9 0.011 0.011 19663 3624 25000000 27539.55 27539.55 541510.1 99803.31

19 E5 c3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 25370 3624 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 336939.8 48130.46

20 F1 c3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 225 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 2988.232 19310.62

21 F3 c3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 13951 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 185283.7 19310.62

22 F2 C3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 7029 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 93352.37 19310.62

23 WALL-1 LW 2275 150 4.9 0.001 0.147 5666 3487 25000000 1631.575 375307.5 2126492 5689.301

24 WALL-2 LW 150 2345 4.9 0.161 0.001 4604 2402 25000000 411028.2 1681.777 7742.901 987289.6

25 WALL-3 LW 2275 150 4.9 0.001 0.147 5891 1304 25000000 1631.575 375307.5 2210936 2127.573

26 A-3 C3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 13951 22166 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 554611.2 881192.1

27 A3- C3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 11788 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 468622.8 971036.7

28 WALL-1 LW 150 2275 3.4 0.147 0.001 11638 23151 25000000 1123411 4883.806 56837.74 26008091

29 WALL-2 LW 350 150 3.4 0.000 0.001 11851 22014 25000000 751.3548 4090.71 48479 16540.33

30 WALL-3 LW 350 150 3.4 0.000 0.001 13601 22014 25000000 751.3548 4090.71 55637.74 16540.33

31 WALL-4 LW 350 500 3.4 0.004 0.002 13577 24426 25000000 27827.96 13635.7 185131.9 679725.7

32 WALL-5 LW 500 350 3.4 0.002 0.004 13951 24049 25000000 13635.7 27827.96 388227.8 327924.9

33 shear wall SW 200 2200 4.9 0.177 0.001 13838 2530 25000000 452532.5 3739.938 51753.27 1144907

TOTAL: 2871136 1648500 14602086 41226874


CENTER OF MASS CALCULATION OF GROUND FLOOR

COLUMN ground FLOOR

Column Length Breadth Load Wi Wi*Xi Wi*Yi


ID Type (m) (m) Height (m) (KN) Xi Yi (KNm) (KNm)
A1 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 225 24426 4.78 519.05
A2 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 7029 24426 215.09 747.44
A3 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 13951 24426 296.46 519.05
B1 c2 600 600 4900 44.10 225 17032 9.92 751.11
B2 c1 750 750 4900 68.91 7029 17032 484.34 1173.61
B3 c2 600 600 4900 44.10 13951 17032 615.24 751.11
C3 c2 600 600 4900 44.10 13951 15232 615.24 671.73
C4 c2 600 600 4900 44.10 19663 15232 867.14 671.73
C5 c3 500 500 4900 30.63 25375 15232 777.11 466.48
D1 c2 600 600 4900 44.10 225 10328 9.92 455.46
D2 c1 750 750 4900 68.91 7029 10328 484.34 711.66
D3 c1 750 750 4900 68.91 13951 10328 961.31 711.66
D4 c1 750 750 4900 68.91 19663 10328 1354.90 711.66
D5 c2 600 600 4900 44.10 25375 10328 1119.04 455.46
E1 c3 500 500 4900 30.63 225 3624 6.89 110.99
E2 c2 600 600 4900 44.10 7029 3624 309.98 159.82
E3 c2 600 600 4900 44.10 13966 3624 615.90 159.82
E4 c2 600 600 4900 44.10 19663 3624 867.14 159.82
E5 c3 500 500 4900 30.63 25370 3624 776.96 110.99
F1 c3 500 500 4900 30.63 225 1454 6.89 44.53
F3 c3 500 500 4900 30.63 13951 1454 427.25 44.53
Service lift

F2 C3 500 500 4900 30.63 7029 1454 215.26 44.53


WALL-1 LW 2275 150 4900 41.80 5666 3487 236.86 145.77
WALL-2 LW 2345 150 4900 43.09 4604 2402 198.38 103.50
WALL-3 LW 2275 150 4900 41.80 5891 1304 246.26 54.51
LIFT

A-3 C3 500 500 3400 21.25 13951 22166 296.46 471.03


A3- C3 500 500 3400 21.25 11788 24426 250.50 519.05
WALL-1 LW 2275 150 3400 29.01 11638 23151 337.57 671.52
WALL-2 LW 350 150 3400 4.46 11851 22014 52.89 98.24
WALL-3 LW 350 150 3400 4.46 13601 22014 60.69 98.24
WALL-4 LW 350 500 3400 14.88 13577 24426 201.96 363.34
WALL-5 LW 350 500 3400 14.88 13951 24049 207.52 357.73
TOTAL 1166.25 13130.19 13035.17

CENTER OF MASS CALCULATION


Horizontal Main Beam: ground FLOOR

D(web), γ, Load Wi*Yi


INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3) Wi Wi*Xi (KNm) (KNm)
A12 6804 3629 24424 400 800 25 54.43 197.53 1329.45
A23 6922 10490 24424 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 1352.50
B12 6804 3627 17032 400 800 25 54.43 197.42 927.09
B23 6922 10490 17032 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 943.16
C34 5712 16807 15232 400 800 25 45.70 768.01 696.04
C45 5712 22519 15232 400 800 25 45.70 1029.03 696.04
D12 6804 3629 10328 400 800 25 54.43 197.53 562.17
D23 6922 10490 10328 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 571.92
D34 5712 16807 10328 400 800 25 45.70 768.01 471.95
D45 5712 22519 10328 400 800 25 45.70 1029.03 471.95
E12 6804 3627 3624 400 800 25 54.43 197.42 197.26
E23 6922 10490 3624 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 200.68
E34 5712 16807 3624 400 800 25 45.70 768.01 165.60
E45 5712 22519 3624 400 800 25 45.70 1029.03 165.60
F12 6804 3852 1305 400 800 25 54.43 209.67 71.03
F23 6922 10665 1330 400 800 25 55.38 590.59 73.65
TOTAL= 823.22 9304.87 8896.11

VERTICAL MAIN BEAMS

D(web), γ, Load Wi*Yi


INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3) Wi Wi*Xi (KNm) (KNm)
1AB 7394 225 20651 400 800 25 59.15 13.31 1221.55
1BD 6704 225 13680 400 800 25 53.63 12.07 733.69
1DE 6704 225 6976 400 800 25 53.63 12.07 374.14
2AB 7394 7029 20673 400 800 25 59.15 415.78 1222.85
2BD 6704 7029 13680 400 800 25 53.63 376.98 733.69
2DE 6704 7029 6976 400 800 25 53.63 376.98 374.14
3AB 7394 13951 20729 400 800 25 59.15 825.23 1226.16
1EF 2170 225 2530 400 800 25 17.36 3.91 43.92
2EF 2170 6916 2530 400 800 25 17.36 120.06 43.92
3EF 2170 13838 2530 400 800 25 17.36 240.23 43.92
3BC 1800 13951 16132 400 800 25 14.40 200.89 232.30
3CD 4904 13951 12885 400 800 25 39.23 547.33 505.50
3DE 6704 13951 6976 400 800 25 53.63 748.22 374.14
4CD 4904 19663 12885 400 800 25 39.23 771.42 505.50
4DE 6704 19663 6976 400 800 25 53.63 1054.57 374.14
5CD 4904 25375 12885 400 800 25 39.23 995.51 505.50
5DE 6704 25375 6976 400 800 25 53.63 1360.91 374.14
TOTAL 737.06 8075.46 8889.19

Horizontal secondary beams: ground FLOOR

D(web), γ, Load Wi*Yi


INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3) Wi Wi*Xi (KNm) (KNm)
AB12 6804 3627 20729 300 600 25 30.62 111.05 634.68
AB23 6922 10490 20729 300 600 25 31.15 326.75 645.69
DE34 5712 16807 6976 300 600 25 25.70 432.01 179.31
DE45 5712 22519 6976 300 600 25 25.70 578.83 179.31
TOTAL= 113.18 1448.64 1638.99

Vertical secondary Beams: ground FLOOR

D(web), γ, Load Wi*Xi (KNm) Wi*Yi


INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m )3Wi (KN) (KNm)
BD12 6704 3627 13680 300 600 25 30.17 109.42 412.70
BD23 6704 10490 13680 300 600 25 30.17 316.46 412.70
CD34 4904 16807 12780 300 600 25 22.07 370.90 282.03
CD45 4904 22519 12780 300 600 25 22.07 496.95 282.03
DE12 6704 3627 6976 300 600 25 30.17 109.42 210.45
DE23 6704 10490 6976 300 600 25 30.17 316.46 210.45
TOTAL= 164.81 1719.61 1810.36
SLAB : GROUND FLOOR
γ, Self Live load Floor finish SLAB Load Wi*Xi Wi*Yi
INDEX L(mm) B(mm) D(mm) (KN/m3) X(MM) Y(MM) weight (KN/M2) (KN/m2) AREA(M2) Wi (KN) (KNm) (KNm) REMARKS
A-B++12 6804 3361 135 25 3627 22575 77.18 2 1.5 22.87 157.22 570.23 3549.22 Toilet

A--B+12 6804 4258 135 25 3627 18880 97.78 5 1.5 28.97 286.09 1037.66 5401.43 Store
AB23 7394 6922 135 25 9905 19580 172.74 4 1.5 51.18 454.23 4499.19 8893.90 Corridor
STAIRCASE1 3550 3100 150 25 10001 22646 41.27 4 1.5 11.01 101.80 1018.06 2305.28 Staircase
BD12 6704 6804 135 25 3627 13680 153.95 3 1.5 45.61 359.21 1302.86 4914.00 Office hall
BD23 6704 6922 135 25 10490 13680 156.62 3 1.5 46.41 365.44 3833.47 4999.22 Office hall
CD34 4904 5712 135 25 16690 12775 94.54 3 1.5 28.01 220.59 3681.68 2818.06 Office hall
CD45 4904 5712 135 25 22519 12775 94.54 3 1.5 28.01 220.59 4967.51 2818.06 Office hall
DE12 6704 6804 135 25 3627 6976 153.95 3.5 1.5 45.61 382.02 1385.58 2664.95 Office room
DE23 6704 6922 135 25 10490 6976 156.62 4 1.5 46.41 411.85 4320.26 2873.03 Corridor
DE34 6704 5712 135 25 16807 6976 129.24 3 1.5 38.29 301.56 5068.31 2103.68 Office hall
DE45 6704 5712 135 25 22519 6976 129.24 3 1.5 38.29 301.56 6790.81 2103.68 Office hall
BC34 5712 2025 135 25 16807 16319 39.04 3 1.5 11.57 91.09 1530.93 1486.47 Office hall
BC45 5712 2125 135 25 22519 16319 40.97 3 1.5 12.14 95.59 2152.52 1559.88 Office hall
BC5+ 1375 2125 135 25 26087 16319 9.86 3 1.5 2.92 23.01 600.26 375.50 Office hall
CD5+ 1375 4904 135 25 26087 12780 22.76 3 1.5 6.74 53.10 1385.25 678.63 Office hall
D-E++5+ 1375 2670 135 25 26062 8993 12.39 3 1.5 3.67 28.91 753.48 260.00 Office hall
D--E+5+ 2875 4034 135 25 26813 5643 39.14 3 1.5 11.60 91.33 2448.89 515.39 Office hall
E-5+ 2875 2100 135 25 26812 2575 20.38 3 1.5 6.04 47.55 1274.78 122.43 Office hall
E-345 11424 2100 135 25 19663 2577 80.97 3 1.5 23.99 188.92 3714.82 486.86 Office hall
E-23 3667 2395 135 25 8872 2427 29.64 4 1.5 8.78 77.94 691.52 189.17 Corridor
STAIRCASE2 3255 2170 150 25 12324 2315 29.00 4 1.5 7.06 67.85 836.16 157.07 Staircase
E-12 4529 2395 135 25 3629 2425 36.61 4 1.5 10.85 96.27 349.35 233.45 Balcony
TOTAL 4423.72 54213.57 51509.35
WALL IN GROUND FLOOR
LENTH WIDTH HEIGHT VOLUME volume UNIT WEIGHT
DESCRIPTION OPENING X y Mx My
(MM) (MM) (MM) (M3) actual WEIGHT (KN)
1AB 0 6944 230 3400 115 20770 5.43 5.43 19 103.17 11.87 2142.92
1BD 0 6254 230 3400 115 13496 4.89 4.89 19 92.92 10.69 1254.07
1DE 0 6254 230 4900 115 6792 7.05 7.05 19 133.92 15.40 909.56
2AB 0 1498 230 3400 7105 20674.2 1.17 1.17 19 22.26 158.19 460.30
3AB 0 2256 230 3400 14061.48 18425.2 1.76 1.76 19 33.51 471.26 617.50
3EO 0 1800 230 4900 14061.48 2540.18 2.03 2.03 19 38.54 541.87 97.89
5DEO 0 2057 230 4900 25485 2993.85 2.32 2.32 19 44.05 1122.53 131.87
A12 2 6354 230 3400 3362.3 24576.7 4.97 1.99 19 37.76 126.97 928.12
A23 0 1197 230 3400 7852.5 24242 0.94 0.94 19 17.79 139.66 431.14
E23 1 6472 230 4900 10490.33 3550 7.29 5.11 19 97.01 1017.71 344.40
E34 0 600 115 4900 14476.48 3532.5 0.34 0.34 19 6.42 93.00 22.69
1AB 1ST 0 617 115 3400 1242.77 24153.1 0.24 0.24 19 4.59 5.70 110.77
1AB 2ND 0 1077 115 3400 2263.8 23923.4 0.42 0.42 19 8.00 18.11 191.36
1AB 3RD 0 1877 230 3400 3361.63 23523.4 1.47 1.47 19 27.88 93.74 655.93
1AB 4TH 0 1077 115 3400 4454.775 23923.4 0.42 0.42 19 8.00 35.63 191.36
1AB 5TH 0 2183 230 3400 5697.04 20238.8 1.71 1.71 19 32.44 184.81 656.53
B123 1ST 1 8192 230 3400 9850.51 19089.6 6.41 4.48 19 85.20 839.27 1626.45
B12 1ST 0 1085 150 3400 6447.27 20505.4 0.55 0.55 19 10.52 67.81 215.68
B12 2ND 0 6990 230 3400 3725 21445.4 5.47 5.47 19 103.86 386.87 2227.26
B12 3RD 0 7091 230 3400 3775.67 22575 5.55 5.55 19 105.36 397.82 2378.58
B12 4TH 0 1062 115 3400 760.83 22980.9 0.42 0.42 19 7.89 6.00 181.25
B12 5TH 0 1040 115 3400 2726.46 24041.9 0.41 0.41 19 7.73 21.07 185.81
2AB 1ST 0 3881 230 3400 8336.35 22558.4 3.04 3.04 19 57.67 480.75 1300.92
E12 1ST 0 605 115 4900 530 4482.5 0.34 0.34 19 6.48 3.43 29.04
E12 2ND 0 7024 115 4900 3682.83 7834.34 3.96 3.96 19 75.20 276.96 589.18
1DE 1ST 0 870 115 4900 737.5 4030 0.49 0.49 19 9.31 6.87 37.54
3EO 1ST 0 793 115 4900 14683.98 3193.68 0.45 0.45 19 8.49 124.62 27.10
O34 2ND 0 600 115 4900 14401.48 2889.85 0.34 0.34 19 6.42 92.51 18.56
D34 1ST 0 2381 115 4900 16690.77 12879 1.34 1.34 19 25.49 425.43 328.27
3BD 1ST 0 4355 115 4900 17817.61 15119.9 2.45 2.45 19 46.63 830.76 704.97
B12 0 6254 230 3400 3652 15803 4.89 4.89 19 92.92 339.35 1468.45
D12 1st 1 6804 115 4900 3652 13179 3.83 2.68 19 50.99 186.23 672.04
DD5. 0 1332 230 4900 26084 9005 1.50 1.50 19 28.52 743.97 256.84
3BC 1st 0 2030 230 4900 17229 15243 2.29 2.29 19 43.47 748.92 662.59
5CD 0 4454 230 4900 25329 11776 5.02 5.02 19 95.37 2415.72 1123.12
2BC 0 3200 230 4900 7029 14379 3.61 3.61 19 68.52 481.64 985.27
345C 1 7857 230 4900 21672 14343 8.85 6.20 19 117.77 2552.30 1689.17
E12 1 4300 230 4900 2600 3624 4.85 3.39 19 64.45 167.58 233.58
F12 0 4300 230 4900 2600 1344 4.85 4.85 19 92.08 239.40 123.75
1EF 0 1720 230 4900 225 2530 1.94 1.94 19 36.83 8.29 93.18
Total 1955.44 15890.67 26305.02

Total Mass center Stiffness center eccentricity


Components weight Wi *Xi Wi *Yi
X̅ Y̅ X̅ Y̅ ex ey Remarks
Column 1275.03 13317.31 13209.32
P. Hor. Beam 823.22 9304.874 8896.110
P. ver. Beam 737.056 8075.456 8889.191

113.18 1448.64 1638.99


Sec. hor. Beam 10.95 11.83 8.86 14.36 2.09 2.53

164.808 1719.609 1810.358


Sec. Ver. Beam
Slab 4423.716 54213.566 51509.352
Wall 1955.443 15890.666 26305.024
TOTAL 9492.45 103970.125 112258.345
CALCULATION OF CENTER OF STIFFNESS OF 1st FLOOR
Size Length Moment of inertia
Column E
S.N Column ID Ixx Iyy Yg (MM) kX ky ky*Xg Kx*yg X̅ (m) Y̅ (m)
Type B(mm) D(mm) l(m) (KN/m^2)
(BD3/12) (BD3/12) Xg (MM)

FIRST FLOOR

1 A1 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 225 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 8944.7 971036.7
2 A2 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 7029 24426 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 579431.1 2013542 8.747463 12.48717
3 A3 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 13951 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 554611.2 971036.7
4 B1 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 225 17032 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 18547.73 1404022

5 B2 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 7029 17032 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 1414627 3427788

6 B3 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 13951 17032 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 1150042 1404022

7 C3 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 13951 15232 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 1150042 1255640

8 C4 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 19663 15232 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 1620907 1255640

9 C5 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 25375 15232 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 1008763 605536.3

10 D1 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 225 10328 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 18547.73 851382

11 D2 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 7029 10328 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 1414627 2078569

12 D3 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 13951 10328 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 2807719 2078569

13 D4 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 19663 10328 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 3957292 2078569

14 D5 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 25375 10328 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 2091772 851382

15 E1 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 225 3624 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 8944.7 144069.3

16 E2 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 7029 3624 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 579431.1 298742.1

17 E3 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 13966 3624 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 1151278 298742.1

18 E4 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 19663 3624 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 1620907 298742.1

19 E5 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 25370 3624 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 1008565 144069.3

20 F1 c3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 225 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 2988.232 19310.62

21 F3 c3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 13951 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 185283.7 19310.62

22 F2 C3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 7029 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 93352.37 19310.62

Service lift
23 WALL-1 2275 150 3.4 0.001 0.147 5666 3487 25000000 4883.806 1123411 6365247 17029.83

24 WALL-2 150 2345 3.4 0.161 0.001 4604 2402 25000000 1230334 5034.077 23176.89 2955262

25 WALL-3 2275 150 3.4 0.001 0.147 5891 1304 25000000 4883.806 1123411 6618015 6368.483

LIFT

26 A-3 C3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 13951 22166 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 554611.2 881192.1

27 A3- C3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 11788 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 468622.8 971036.7

28 WALL-1 150 2275 3.4 0.147 0.001 11638 23151 25000000 1123411 4883.806 56837.74 26008091

29 WALL-2 350 150 3.4 0.000 0.001 11851 22014 25000000 751.3548 4090.71 48479 16540.33

30 WALL-3 350 150 3.4 0.000 0.001 13601 22014 25000000 751.3548 4090.71 55637.74 16540.33

31 WALL-4 350 500 3.4 0.004 0.002 13577 24426 25000000 27827.96 13635.7 185131.9 679725.7

32 WALL-5 500 350 3.4 0.002 0.004 13951 24049 25000000 13635.7 27827.96 388227.8 327924.9

TOTAL: 4353968 4253874 37210609 54368745


WALL-1 2275 150 3400 29.01 5666 3487 164.35 101.14

WALL-2 2345 150 3400 29.90 4604 2402 137.65 71.82

WALL-3 2275 150 3400 29.01 5891 1304 170.88 37.82

LIFT

A-3 C3 500 500 3400 21.25 13951 22166 296.46 471.03


A3- C3 500 500 3400 21.25 11788 24426 250.50 519.05
WALL-1 2275 150 3400 29.01 11638 23151 337.57 671.52

WALL-2 350 150 3400 4.46 11851 22014 52.89 98.24

WALL-3 350 150 3400 4.46 13601 22014 60.69 98.24


WALL-4 350 500 3400 14.88 13577 24426 201.96 363.34

WALL-5 350 500 3400 14.88 13951 24049 207.52 357.73

SUM= 893.47 9898.50 10421.8

CENTER OF MASS CALCULATION OF 1ST


FLOOR
COLUMN 1ST FLOOR

Column Length Breadth Height Load Wi Wi*Xi Wi*Yi (KNm)


ID Type (m) (m) (m) (KN) Xi Yi (KNm)
A1 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 225 24426 4.78 519.05
A2 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 7029 24426 215.09 747.44
A3 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 13951 24426 296.46 519.05
B1 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 225 17032 6.89 521.18
B2 c1 750 750 3400 47.81 7029 17032 336.07 814.34
B3 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 13951 17032 426.90 521.18
C3 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 13951 15232 426.90 466.10
C4 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 19663 15232 601.69 466.10
C5 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 25375 15232 539.22 323.68
D1 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 225 10328 6.89 316.04
D2 c1 750 750 3400 47.81 7029 10328 336.07 493.81
D3 c1 750 750 3400 47.81 13951 10328 667.03 493.81
D4 c1 750 750 3400 47.81 19663 10328 940.14 493.81
D5 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 25375 10328 776.48 316.04
E1 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 225 3624 4.78 77.01
E2 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 7029 3624 215.09 110.89
E3 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 13966 3624 427.36 110.89
E4 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 19663 3624 601.69 110.89
E5 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 25370 3624 539.11 77.01
F1 c3 500 500 4900 30.63 225 1454 6.89 44.53
F3 c3 500 500 4900 30.63 13951 1454 427.25 44.53
F2 C3 500 500 4900 30.63 7029 1454 215.26 44.53
Service lift

Horizontal Main Beams: 1ST FLOOR


D(web), γ, Load Wi*Xi Wi*Yi
INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3) Wi (KN) (KNm) (KNm)
A12 6804 3629 24424 400 800 25 54.43 197.53 1329.45
A23 6922 10490 24424 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 1352.50
B12 6804 3627 17032 400 800 25 54.43 197.42 927.09
B23 6922 10490 17032 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 943.16
C34 5712 16807 15232 400 800 25 45.70 768.01 696.04
C45 5712 22519 15232 400 800 25 45.70 1029.03 696.04
D12 6804 3629 10328 400 800 25 54.43 197.53 562.17
D23 6922 10490 10328 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 571.92
D34 5712 16807 10328 400 800 25 45.70 768.01 471.95
D45 5712 22519 10328 400 800 25 45.70 1029.03 471.95
E12 6804 3627 3624 400 800 25 54.43 197.42 197.26
E23 6922 10490 3624 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 200.68
E34 5712 16807 3624 400 800 25 45.70 768.01 165.60
E45 5712 22519 3624 400 800 25 45.70 1029.03 165.60
F12 6804 3852 1305 400 800 25 54.43 209.67 71.03
F23 6922 10665 1330 400 800 25 55.38 590.59 73.65
TOTAL= 823.22 9304.87 8896.11

VERTICAL MAIN BEAMS

D(web), γ, Load Wi*Xi Wi*Yi


INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3) Wi (KN) (KNm) (KNm)
1AB 7394 225 20651 400 800 25 59.15 13.31 1221.55
1BD 6704 225 13680 400 800 25 53.63 12.07 733.69
1DE 6704 225 6976 400 800 25 53.63 12.07 374.14
2AB 7394 7029 20673 400 800 25 59.15 415.78 1222.85
2BD 6704 7029 13680 400 800 25 53.63 376.98 733.69
2DE 6704 7029 6976 400 800 25 53.63 376.98 374.14
3AB 7394 13951 20729 400 800 25 59.15 825.23 1226.16
3BC 1800 13951 16132 400 800 25 14.40 200.89 232.30
3CD 4904 13951 12885 400 800 25 39.23 547.33 505.50
3DE 6704 13951 6976 400 800 25 53.63 748.22 374.14
4CD 4904 19663 12885 400 800 25 39.23 771.42 505.50
4DE 6704 19663 6976 400 800 25 53.63 1054.57 374.14
5CD 4904 25375 12885 400 800 25 39.23 995.51 505.50
5DE 6704 25375 6976 400 800 25 53.63 1360.91 374.14
1EF 2170 115 2530 400 800 25 17.36 2.00 43.92
2EF 2170 6916 2404 400 800 25 17.36 120.06 41.73
3EF 2170 13838 2530 400 800 25 17.36 240.23 43.92
TOTAL 737.06 8073.55 8887.00

Horizontal secondary beams: 1ST FLOOR

D(web), γ, Load Wi*Xi Wi*Yi


INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3) Wi (KN) (KNm) (KNm)
AB12 6804 3627 20729 300 600 25 30.62 111.05 634.68
AB23 6922 10490 20729 300 600 25 31.15 326.75 645.69
DE34 5712 16807 6976 300 600 25 25.70 432.01 179.31
DE45 5712 22519 6976 300 600 25 25.70 578.83 179.31
TOTAL 113.18 1448.64 1638.99

Vertical secondary Beams: 1ST FLOOR

D(web), γ, Load Wi*Xi Wi*Yi


INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3) Wi (KN) (KNm) (KNm)
BD12 6704 3627 13680 300 600 25 30.17 109.42 412.70
BD23 6704 10490 13680 300 600 25 30.17 316.46 412.70
CD34 4904 16807 12780 300 600 25 22.07 370.90 282.03
CD45 4904 22519 12780 300 600 25 22.07 496.95 282.03
DE12 6704 3627 6976 300 600 25 30.17 109.42 210.45
DE23 6704 10490 6976 300 600 25 30.17 316.46 210.45
TOTAL= 164.81 1719.61 1810.36
SLAB : 1ST FLOOR
γ, Self Live load Floor SLAB Load Wi*Xi Wi*Yi
INDEX L(mm) B(mm) D(mm) (KN/m3) X(MM) Y(MM) weight (KN/M2) finish AREA(M2) Wi (KN) (KNm) (KNm) REMARKS
A-B++12 6804 3130 135 25 3627 22575 71.88 2 1.5 21.30 146.41 531.04 3305.29 Toilet

A--B+12 6804 4264 135 25 3627 18880 97.92 5 1.5 29.01 286.50 1039.12 5409.05 Store
AB23 4742 6922 135 25 9905 19580 110.78 4 1.5 32.82 291.31 2885.47 5703.93 Corridor
STAIRCASE1 3550 3100 150 25 10001 22646 41.27 4 1.5 11.01 101.80 1018.06 2305.28 Staircase
BD12 6704 6804 135 25 3627 13680 153.95 3 1.5 45.61 359.21 1302.86 4914.00 Office hall
BD23 6704 6922 135 25 10490 13680 156.62 3 1.5 46.41 365.44 3833.47 4999.22 Office hall
CD34 4904 5712 135 25 16690 12775 94.54 3 1.5 28.01 220.59 3681.68 2818.06 Office hall
CD45 4904 5712 135 25 22519 12775 94.54 3 1.5 28.01 220.59 4967.51 2818.06 Office hall
DE12 6704 6804 135 25 3627 6976 153.95 3.5 1.5 45.61 382.02 1385.58 2664.95 Office room
DE23 6704 6922 135 25 10490 6976 156.62 4 1.5 46.41 411.85 4320.26 2873.03 Corridor
DE34 6704 5712 135 25 16807 6976 129.24 3 1.5 38.29 301.56 5068.31 2103.68 Office hall
DE45 6704 5712 135 25 22519 6976 129.24 3 1.5 38.29 301.56 6790.81 2103.68 Office hall
BC34 5712 2125 135 25 16807 16319 40.97 3 1.5 12.14 95.59 1606.53 1559.88 Office hall
BC45 5712 2125 135 25 22519 16319 40.97 3 1.5 12.14 95.59 2152.52 1559.88 Office hall
BC5+ 1425 2125 135 25 26087 16319 10.22 3 1.5 3.03 23.85 622.08 389.15 Office hall
CD5+ 1425 4904 135 25 26087 12780 23.59 3 1.5 6.99 55.03 1435.62 703.31 Office hall
D-E++5+ 1425 2669 135 25 26062 8993 12.84 3 1.5 3.80 29.95 780.59 269.35 Office hall
D--E+5+ 2875 4034 135 25 26813 5643 39.14 3 1.5 11.60 91.33 2448.89 515.39 Office hall
E-5+ 2875 2100 135 25 26812 2575 20.38 3 1.5 6.04 47.55 1274.78 122.43 Office hall
E-345 11424 2100 135 25 19663 2577 80.97 3 1.5 23.99 188.92 3714.82 486.86 Office hall
E-23 3667 2395 135 25 8872 2427 29.64 4 1.5 8.78 77.94 691.52 189.17 Corridor
STAIRCASE2 3255 2170 150 25 12324 2315 29.00 4 1.5 7.06 67.85 836.16 157.07 Staircase
E-12 6804 2395 135 25 3629 2425 55.00 4 1.5 16.30 144.62 524.84 350.71 Balcony
B+345 12473 1000 135 25 20413 17757 42.10 0.75 1.5 12.47 70.16 1432.19 1245.84 slab projectn
TOTAL 4377.22 54344.70 49567.26
1ST FLOOR WALL LOAD
LENTH WIDTH HEIGHT VOLUME volume UNIT WEIGHT
DESCRIPTION OPENING X y actual Mx My
(MM) (MM) (MM) (M3) actual WEIGHT (KN)
1AB 2W 6944 230 3400 115 20770 5.430 4.510208 19.000 85.694 9.85 1779.86
1BD 2W 6254 230 3400 115 13496 4.891 3.970628 19.000 75.442 8.68 1018.16
1DE 2W 6254 230 3400 115 6792 4.891 3.970628 19.000 75.442 8.68 512.40
1EO 0 2170 230 3400 57.5 2355 1.697 1.69694 19.000 32.242 1.85 75.93
2AB 0 1498 230 3400 7105 20674.23 1.172 1.171811 19.000 22.264 158.19 460.30
2DE 0 3002 115 3400 7196.68 6390.92 1.174 1.173719 19.000 22.301 160.49 142.52
3AB 0 2256 230 3400 14061.48 18425.16 1.764 1.763895 19.000 33.514 471.26 617.50
3EO 0 1800 230 3400 14061.48 2540.18 1.407 1.407326 19.000 26.739 375.99 67.92
5DEO 0 2057 230 3400 25485 2993.85 1.609 1.608574 19.000 30.563 778.90 91.50
A12 2W 6354 230 3400 3362.3 24576.73 4.969 4.048969 19.000 76.930 258.66 1890.70
A23 0 1197 230 3400 7852.5 24242 0.936 0.936054 19.000 17.785 139.66 431.14
B345 $ - 12574 115 3400 20463.24 17339.85 4.916 4.916246 19.000 93.409 1911.44 1619.69
E12 0 3079 230 3400 2104.59 3440 2.408 2.407919 19.000 45.750 96.29 157.38
E23 1D 6472 230 3400 10490.33 3550 5.061 4.371339 19.000 83.055 871.28 294.85
E34 0 600 115 3400 14476.48 3532.5 0.235 0.2346 19.000 4.457 64.53 15.75
1AB 1ST 0 617 115 3400 1242.77 24153.06 0.241 0.241388 19.000 4.586 5.70 110.77
1AB 2ND 0 1077 115 3400 2263.8 23923.38 0.421 0.420994 19.000 7.999 18.11 191.36
1AB 3RD 0 1877 230 3400 3361.63 23523.38 1.468 1.467587 19.000 27.884 93.74 655.93
1AB 4TH 0 1077 115 3400 4454.775 23923.38 0.421 0.420994 19.000 7.999 35.63 191.36
1AB 5TH 0 2183 115 3400 5697.04 20238.75 0.854 0.853662 19.000 16.220 92.40 328.26
B123 1ST 1D 8192 115 3400 9850.51 19089.62 3.203 2.858045 19.000 54.303 534.91 1036.62
B12 1ST 0 1085 150 3400 6447.27 20505.39 0.554 0.553585 19.000 10.518 67.81 215.68
B12 2ND 0 6990 230 3400 3725 21445.39 5.466 5.46618 19.000 103.857 386.87 2227.26
B12 3RD 0 7091 230 3400 3775.67 22575.03 5.545 5.545436 19.000 105.363 397.82 2378.58
B12 4TH 0 1062 115 3400 760.83 22980.86 0.415 0.415113 19.000 7.887 6.00 181.25
B12 5TH 0 1040 115 3400 2726.46 24041.92 0.407 0.406769 19.000 7.729 21.07 185.81
2AB 1ST 0 3881 230 3400 8336.35 22558.42 3.035 3.035208 19.000 57.669 480.75 1300.92
E12 1ST 0 605 115 3400 530 4482.5 0.237 0.236555 19.000 4.495 2.38 20.15
E12 2ND 0 7024 115 3400 3682.83 7834.34 2.746 2.746454 19.000 52.183 192.18 408.82
1DE 1ST 0 870 115 3400 737.5 4030 0.340 0.34017 19.000 6.463 4.77 26.05
3EO 1ST 0 793 115 3400 14683.98 3193.68 0.310 0.309926 19.000 5.889 86.47 18.81
O345.1ST 2W 14224 230 3400 21063.24 1755.35 11.123 10.20279 19.000 193.853 4083.17 340.28
O34 2ND 0 600 115 3400 14401.48 2889.85 0.235 0.2346 19.000 4.457 64.19 12.88
D34 1ST 0 2381 115 3400 16690.77 12878.96 0.931 0.93085 19.000 17.686 295.20 227.78
3BD 1ST 0 4355 115 3400 17817.61 15119.91 1.703 1.702758 19.000 32.352 576.44 489.17
55 1ST 0 12150 100 3400 26700 11322.35 4.131 4.131 19.000 78.489 2095.66 888.68
55 2ND 0 5783 100 3400 28098.91 4707.06 1.966 1.96638 19.000 37.361 1049.81 175.86
TOTAL = 1570.831 15906.8 20787.9

Total Mass center Stiffness center eccentricity


Components weight Wi *Xi Wi *Yi
X̅ Y̅ X̅ Y̅ ex ey Remarks
Column 893.47 9898.495 10421.84
P. Hor. Bea 823.22 9304.87 8896.11
P. ver. Bea m 737.056 8073.546 8887.004
Sec. hor.
113.18 1448.64 1638.99
Beam 11.601 11.753 8.747463 12.48717 2.854 0.735
Sec. Ver.
164.808 1719.609 1810.358
Beam
Slab 4377.217 54344.70 49567.26
Wall 1570.831 15906.82 20787.89
TOTAL 8679.8 100696.7 102009.4
CALCULATION OF CENTER OF STIFFNESS OF 2ND FLOOR

Size Length Moment of inertia


Column E
S.N Column ID Ixx Iyy Yg (MM) kX ky ky*Xg Kx*yg X̅ (m) Y̅ (m)
Type B(mm) D(mm) l(m) (KN/m^2)
(BD3/12) (BD3/12) Xg (MM)

SECOND FLOOR

1 A1 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 225 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 8944.7 971036.7
2 A2 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 7029 24426 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 579431.1 2013542 8.747463 12.48717
3 A3 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 13951 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 554611.2 971036.7
4 B1 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 225 17032 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 18547.73 1404022

5 B2 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 7029 17032 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 1414627 3427788

6 B3 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 13951 17032 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 1150042 1404022

7 C3 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 13951 15232 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 1150042 1255640

8 C4 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 19663 15232 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 1620907 1255640

9 C5 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 25375 15232 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 1008763 605536.3

10 D1 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 225 10328 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 18547.73 851382

11 D2 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 7029 10328 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 1414627 2078569

12 D3 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 13951 10328 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 2807719 2078569

13 D4 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 19663 10328 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 3957292 2078569

14 D5 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 25375 10328 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 2091772 851382

15 E1 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 225 3624 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 8944.7 144069.3

16 E2 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 7029 3624 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 579431.1 298742.1

17 E3 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 13966 3624 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 1151278 298742.1

18 E4 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 19663 3624 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 1620907 298742.1

19 E5 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 25370 3624 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 1008565 144069.3

20 F1 c3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 225 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 2988.232 19310.62

21 F3 c3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 13951 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 185283.7 19310.62

22 F2 C3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 7029 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 93352.37 19310.62

Service lift
23 WALL-1 2275 150 3.4 0.001 0.147 5666 3487 25000000 4883.806 1123411 6365247 17029.83

24 WALL-2 150 2345 3.4 0.161 0.001 4604 2402 25000000 1230334 5034.077 23176.89 2955262

25 WALL-3 2275 150 3.4 0.001 0.147 5891 1304 25000000 4883.806 1123411 6618015 6368.483

LIFT

26 A-3 C3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 13951 22166 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 554611.2 881192.1

27 A3- C3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 11788 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 468622.8 971036.7

28 WALL-1 150 2275 3.4 0.147 0.001 11638 23151 25000000 1123411 4883.806 56837.74 26008091

29 WALL-2 350 150 3.4 0.000 0.001 11851 22014 25000000 751.3548 4090.71 48479 16540.33

30 WALL-3 350 150 3.4 0.000 0.001 13601 22014 25000000 751.3548 4090.71 55637.74 16540.33

31 WALL-4 350 500 3.4 0.004 0.002 13577 24426 25000000 27827.96 13635.7 185131.9 679725.7

32 WALL-5 500 350 3.4 0.002 0.004 13951 24049 25000000 13635.7 27827.96 388227.8 327924.9

TOTAL: 4353968 4253874 37210609 54368745


CENTER OF MASS CALCULATION OF 2ND FLOOR
COLUMN 2nd FLOOR

Column Length Breadth Load Wi Wi*Xi Wi*Yi


ID Type (m) (m) Height (m) (KN) Xi Yi (KNm) (KNm)
A1 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 225 24426 4.78 519.05
A2 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 7029 24426 215.09 747.44
A3 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 13951 24426 296.46 519.05
B1 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 225 17032 6.89 521.18
B2 c1 750 750 3400 47.81 7029 17032 336.07 814.34
B3 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 13951 17032 426.90 521.18
C3 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 13951 15232 426.90 466.10
C4 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 19663 15232 601.69 466.10
C5 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 25375 15232 539.22 323.68
D1 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 225 10328 6.89 316.04
D2 c1 750 750 3400 47.81 7029 10328 336.07 493.81
D3 c1 750 750 3400 47.81 13951 10328 667.03 493.81
D4 c1 750 750 3400 47.81 19663 10328 940.14 493.81
D5 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 25375 10328 776.48 316.04
E1 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 225 3624 4.78 77.01
E2 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 7029 3624 215.09 110.89
E3 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 13966 3624 427.36 110.89
E4 c2 600 600 3400 30.60 19663 3624 601.69 110.89
E5 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 25370 3624 539.11 77.01
F1 c3 500 500 4900 30.63 225 1454 6.89 44.53
F3 c3 500 500 4900 30.63 13951 1454 427.25 44.53
F2 C3 500 500 4900 30.63 7029 1454 215.26 44.53
Service lift

WALL-1 2275 150 3400 29.01 5666 3487 164.35 101.14

WALL-2 2345 150 3400 29.90 4604 2402 137.65 71.82

WALL-3 2275 150 3400 29.01 5891 1304 170.88 37.82

LIFT

A-3 C3 500 500 3400 21.25 13951 22166 296.46 471.03


A3- C3 500 500 3400 21.25 11788 24426 250.50 519.05
WALL-1 2275 150 3400 29.01 11638 23151 337.57 671.52

WALL-2 350 150 3400 4.46 11851 22014 52.89 98.24

WALL-3 350 150 3400 4.46 13601 22014 60.69 98.24

WALL-4 350 500 3400 14.88 13577 24426 201.96 363.34

WALL-5 350 500 3400 14.88 13951 24049 207.52 357.73

SUM 893.47 9898.50 10421.84

Horizontal Main Beams: 2nd FLOOR

D(web), γ, Load Wi*Yi


INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3) Wi (KN) Wi*Xi (KNm) (KNm)
A12 6804 3629 24424 400 800 25 54.43 197.53 1329.45
A23 6922 10490 24424 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 1352.50
B12 6804 3627 17032 400 800 25 54.43 197.42 927.09
B23 6922 10490 17032 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 943.16
C34 5712 16807 15232 400 800 25 45.70 768.01 696.04
C45 5712 22519 15232 400 800 25 45.70 1029.03 696.04
D12 6804 3629 10328 400 800 25 54.43 197.53 562.17
D23 6922 10490 10328 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 571.92
D34 5712 16807 10328 400 800 25 45.70 768.01 471.95
D45 5712 22519 10328 400 800 25 45.70 1029.03 471.95
E12 6804 3627 3624 400 800 25 54.43 197.42 197.26
E23 6922 10490 3624 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 200.68
E34 5712 16807 3624 400 800 25 45.70 768.01 165.60
E45 5712 22519 3624 400 800 25 45.70 1029.03 165.60
F12 6804 3852 1305 400 800 25 54.43 209.67 71.03
F23 6922 10665 1330 400 800 25 55.38 590.59 73.65
TOTAL= 823.22 9304.87 8896.11

VERTICAL MAIN BEAMS

D(web), γ, Load Wi*Yi


INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3) Wi (KN) Wi*Xi (KNm) (KNm)
1AB 7394 225 20651 400 800 25 59.15 13.31 1221.55
1BD 6704 225 13680 400 800 25 53.63 12.07 733.69
1DE 6704 225 6976 400 800 25 53.63 12.07 374.14
2AB 7394 7029 20673 400 800 25 59.15 415.78 1222.85
2BD 6704 7029 13680 400 800 25 53.63 376.98 733.69
2DE 6704 7029 6976 400 800 25 53.63 376.98 374.14
3AB 7394 13951 20729 400 800 25 59.15 825.23 1226.16
3BC 1800 13951 16132 400 800 25 14.40 200.89 232.30
3CD 4904 13951 12885 400 800 25 39.23 547.33 505.50
3DE 6704 13951 6976 400 800 25 53.63 748.22 374.14
4CD 4904 19663 12885 400 800 25 39.23 771.42 505.50
4DE 6704 19663 6976 400 800 25 53.63 1054.57 374.14
5CD 4904 25375 12885 400 800 25 39.23 995.51 505.50
5DE 6704 25375 6976 400 800 25 53.63 1360.91 374.14
1EF 2170 115 2530 400 800 25 17.36 2.00 43.92
2EF 2170 6916 2404 400 800 25 17.36 120.06 41.73
3EF 2170 13838 2530 400 800 25 17.36 240.23 43.92
TOTAL 737.06 8073.55 8887.00

Horizontal secondary beams: 2nd FLOOR

D(web), γ, Load Wi*Yi


INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3) Wi (KN) Wi*Xi (KNm) (KNm)
AB12 6804 3627 20729 300 600 25 30.62 111.05 634.68
AB23 6922 10490 20729 300 600 25 31.15 326.75 645.69
DE34 5712 16807 6976 300 600 25 25.70 432.01 179.31
DE45 5712 22519 6976 300 600 25 25.70 578.83 179.31
TOTAL= 113.18 1448.64 1638.99

Vertical secondary Beams: 2nd FLOOR

D(web), γ, Load Wi*Yi


INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3) Wi (KN) Wi*Xi (KNm) (KNm)
BD12 6704 3627 13680 300 600 25 30.17 109.42 412.70
BD23 6704 10490 13680 300 600 25 30.17 316.46 412.70
CD34 4904 16807 12780 300 600 25 22.07 370.90 282.03
CD45 4904 22519 12780 300 600 25 22.07 496.95 282.03
DE12 6704 3627 6976 300 600 25 30.17 109.42 210.45
DE23 6704 10490 6976 300 600 25 30.17 316.46 210.45
TOTAL= 164.81 1719.61 1810.36
SLAB : 2nd FLOOR
γ, Self Live load Floor SLAB Load Wi*Yi
INDEX L(mm) B(mm) D(mm) (KN/m3) X(MM) Y(MM) weight (KN/M2) finish AREA(M2) Wi (KN) Wi*Xi (KNm) (KNm) REMARKS
A-B++12 6804 3130 135 25 3627 22575 71.88 2 1.5 21.30 146.41 531.04 3305.29 Toilet

A--B+12 6804 4264 135 25 3627 18880 97.92 5 1.5 29.01 286.50 1039.12 5409.05 Store
AB23 4742 6922 135 25 9905 19580 110.78 4 1.5 32.82 291.31 2885.47 5703.93 Corridor
STAIRCASE1 3550 3100 150 25 10001 22646 41.27 4 1.5 11.01 101.80 1018.06 2305.28 Staircase
BD12 6704 6804 135 25 3627 13680 153.95 3 1.5 45.61 359.21 1302.86 4914.00 Office hall
BD23 6704 6922 135 25 10490 13680 156.62 3 1.5 46.41 365.44 3833.47 4999.22 Office hall
CD34 4904 5712 135 25 16690 12775 94.54 4 1.5 28.01 248.60 4149.19 3175.91 terrace
CD45 4904 5712 135 25 22519 12775 94.54 4 1.5 28.01 248.60 5598.30 3175.91 terrace
DE12 6704 6804 135 25 3627 6976 153.95 3.5 1.5 45.61 382.02 1385.58 2664.95 Office room
DE23 6704 6922 135 25 10490 6976 156.62 4 1.5 46.41 411.85 4320.26 2873.03 Corridor
DE34 6704 5712 135 25 16807 6976 129.24 4 1.5 38.29 339.85 5711.90 2370.81 terrace
DE45 6704 5712 135 25 22519 6976 129.24 4 1.5 38.29 339.85 7653.14 2370.81 terrace
BC34 5712 2125 135 25 16807 16319 40.97 4 1.5 12.14 107.72 1810.53 1757.96 terrace
BC45 5712 2125 135 25 22519 16319 40.97 4 1.5 12.14 107.72 2425.85 1757.96 terrace
BC5+ 1425 2125 135 25 26087 16319 10.22 4 1.5 3.03 26.87 701.08 438.57 terrace
CD5+ 1425 4904 135 25 26087 12780 23.59 4 1.5 6.99 62.02 1617.92 792.62 terrace
D-E++5+ 1425 2669 135 25 26062 8993 12.84 4 1.5 3.80 33.75 879.71 303.55 terrace
D--E+5+ 2875 4034 135 25 26813 5643 39.14 4 1.5 11.60 102.93 2759.86 580.83 terrace
E-5+ 2875 2100 135 25 26812 2575 20.38 4 1.5 6.04 53.58 1436.66 137.98 terrace
E-345 11424 2100 135 25 19663 2577 80.97 4 1.5 23.99 212.91 4186.54 548.68 Office hall
E-23 3667 2395 135 25 8872 2427 29.64 4 1.5 8.78 77.94 691.52 189.17 Corridor
STAIRCASE2 3255 2170 150 25 12324 2315 29.00 4 1.5 7.06 67.85 836.16 157.07 Staircase
E-12 6804 2395 135 25 3629 2425 55.00 4 1.5 16.30 144.62 524.84 350.71 Balcony
B+345 12473 1000 135 25 20413 17757 42.10 4 1.5 12.47 110.70 2259.68 1965.66 terrace
BD1- 9080 1655 135 25 713 13718 50.72 4 1.5 15.03 133.37 95.09 1829.54 Balcony
TOTAL 4763.45 59653.84 54078.49
WALL LOAD
LENTH WIDTH HEIGHT VOLUME volume UNIT WEIGHT
DESCRIPTION OPENING X y actual Mx My
(MM) (MM) (MM) (M3) actual WEIGHT (KN)
1AB 2W 6944 230 3400 115 20770 5.430 4.510208 19.000 85.694 9.85 1779.86
1BD 2W 6254 230 3400 115 13496 4.891 3.970628 19.000 75.442 8.68 1018.16
1DE 2W 6254 230 3400 115 6792 4.891 3.970628 19.000 75.442 8.68 512.40
1EO 0 2170 230 3400 57.5 2355 1.697 1.69694 19.000 32.242 1.85 75.93
2AB 0 1498 230 3400 7105 20674.23 1.172 1.171811 19.000 22.264 158.19 460.30
2DE 0 3002 115 3400 7196.68 6390.92 1.174 1.173719 19.000 22.301 160.49 142.52
3AB 0 2256 230 3400 14061.48 18425.16 1.764 1.763895 19.000 33.514 471.26 617.50
3EO 0 1800 230 3400 14061.48 2540.18 1.407 1.407326 19.000 26.739 375.99 67.92
5DEO 0 2057 230 3400 25485 2993.85 1.609 1.608574 19.000 30.563 778.90 91.50
A12 2W 6354 230 3400 3362.3 24576.73 4.969 4.048969 19.000 76.930 258.66 1890.70
A23 0 1197 230 3400 7852.5 24242 0.936 0.936054 19.000 17.785 139.66 431.14
B345 $ - 12574 115 3400 20463.24 17339.85 4.916 4.916246 19.000 93.409 1911.44 1619.69
E12 0 3079 230 3400 2104.59 3440 2.408 2.407919 19.000 45.750 96.29 157.38
E23 1D 6472 230 3400 10490.33 3550 5.061 4.371339 19.000 83.055 871.28 294.85
E34 0 600 115 3400 14476.48 3532.5 0.235 0.2346 19.000 4.457 64.53 15.75
1AB 1ST 0 617 115 3400 1242.77 24153.06 0.241 0.241388 19.000 4.586 5.70 110.77
1AB 2ND 0 1077 115 3400 2263.8 23923.38 0.421 0.420994 19.000 7.999 18.11 191.36
1AB 3RD 0 1877 230 3400 3361.63 23523.38 1.468 1.467587 19.000 27.884 93.74 655.93
1AB 4TH 0 1077 115 3400 4454.775 23923.38 0.421 0.420994 19.000 7.999 35.63 191.36
1AB 5TH 0 2183 115 3400 5697.04 20238.75 0.854 0.853662 19.000 16.220 92.40 328.26
B123 1ST 1D 8192 115 3400 9850.51 19089.62 3.203 2.858045 19.000 54.303 534.91 1036.62
B12 1ST 0 1085 150 3400 6447.27 20505.39 0.554 0.553585 19.000 10.518 67.81 215.68
B12 2ND 0 6990 230 3400 3725 21445.39 5.466 5.46618 19.000 103.857 386.87 2227.26
B12 3RD 0 7091 230 3400 3775.67 22575.03 5.545 5.545436 19.000 105.363 397.82 2378.58
B12 4TH 0 1062 115 3400 760.83 22980.86 0.415 0.415113 19.000 7.887 6.00 181.25
B12 5TH 0 1040 115 3400 2726.46 24041.92 0.407 0.406769 19.000 7.729 21.07 185.81
2AB 1ST 0 3881 230 3400 8336.35 22558.42 3.035 3.035208 19.000 57.669 480.75 1300.92
E12 1ST 0 605 115 3400 530 4482.5 0.237 0.236555 19.000 4.495 2.38 20.15
E12 2ND 0 7024 115 3400 3682.83 7834.34 2.746 2.746454 19.000 52.183 192.18 408.82
1DE 1ST 0 870 115 3400 737.5 4030 0.340 0.34017 19.000 6.463 4.77 26.05
3EO 1ST 0 793 115 3400 14683.98 3193.68 0.310 0.309926 19.000 5.889 86.47 18.81
O345.1ST 2W 14224 230 3400 21063.24 1755.35 11.123 10.20279 19.000 193.853 4083.17 340.28
O34 2ND 0 600 115 3400 14401.48 2889.85 0.235 0.2346 19.000 4.457 64.19 12.88
D34 1ST 0 2381 115 3400 16690.77 12878.96 0.931 0.93085 19.000 17.686 295.20 227.78
3BD 1ST 0 4355 115 3400 17817.61 15119.91 1.703 1.702758 19.000 32.352 576.44 489.17
55 1ST 0 12150 100 3400 26700 11322.35 4.131 4.131 19.000 78.489 2095.66 888.68
55 2ND 0 5783 100 3400 28098.91 4707.06 1.966 1.96638 19.000 37.361 1049.81 175.86
TOTAL = 1570.831 15906.8 20787.9

Total Mass center Stiffness center eccentricity


Components weight Wi *Xi Wi *Yi
X̅ Y̅ X̅ Y̅ ex ey Remarks
Column 893.5 9898.5 10421.8
P. Hor. Bea 823.2 9304.9 8896.1
P. ver. Bea m 737.1 8073.5 8887.0
Sec. hor.
113.2 1448.6 1639.0
Beam 11.693 11.749 8.747463 12.48717 2.945 0.738
Sec. Ver.
164.8 1719.6 1810.4
Beam
Slab 4763.5 59653.8 54078.5
Wall 1570.8 15906.8 20787.9
TOTAL 9066.0 106005.8 106520.7
CALCULATION OF CENTER OF STIFFNESS OF 3rd FLOOR
Size Length Moment of inertia
Column E
S.N Column ID Ixx Iyy Yg (MM) kX ky ky*Xg Kx*yg X̅ (m) Y̅ (m)
Type B(mm) D(mm) l(m) (KN/m^2)
(BD3/12) (BD3/12) Xg (MM)

1 A1 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 225 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 8944.7 971036.7
6.61215 13.14144
2 A2 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 7029 24426 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 579431.1 2013542
3 A3 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 13951 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 554611.2 971036.7

4 B1 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 225 17032 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 18547.73 1404022

5 B2 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 7029 17032 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 1414627 3427788

6 B3 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 13951 17032 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 1150042 1404022

8 D1 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 225 10328 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 18547.73 851382

9 D2 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 7029 10328 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 1414627 2078569

10 D3 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 13951 10328 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 2807719 2078569

11 E1 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 225 3624 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 8944.7 144069.3

12 E2 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 7029 3624 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 579431.1 298742.1

13 E3 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 13966 3624 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 1151278 298742.1

14 F1 c3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 225 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 2988.232 19310.62

16 F2 C3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 7029 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 93352.37 19310.62

15 F3 c3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 13951 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 185283.7 19310.62

Service lift

17 WALL-1 2275 150 3.4 0.001 0.147 5666 3487 25000000 4883.806 1123411 6365247 17029.83

18 WALL-2 150 2345 3.4 0.161 0.001 4604 2402 25000000 1230334 5034.077 23176.89 2955262

19 WALL-3 2275 150 3.4 0.001 0.147 5891 1304 25000000 4883.806 1123411 6618015 6368.483

LIFT

20 A-3 C3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 13951 22166 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 554611.2 881192.1

21 A3- C3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 11788 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 468622.8 971036.7

22 WALL-1 150 2275 3.4 0.147 0.001 11638 23151 25000000 1123411 4883.806 56837.74 26008091
23 WALL-2 350 150 3.4 0.000 0.001 11851 22014 25000000 751.3548 4090.71 48479 16540.33

24 WALL-3 350 150 3.4 0.000 0.001 13601 22014 25000000 751.3548 4090.71 55637.74 16540.33

25 WALL-4 350 500 3.4 0.004 0.002 13577 24426 25000000 27827.96 13635.7 185131.9 679725.7

26 WALL-5 500 350 3.4 0.002 0.004 13951 24049 25000000 13635.7 27827.96 388227.8 327924.9

Total 3743467 3643373 24752362 47879165


CENTER OF MASS CALCULATION OF 3RD FLOOR
COLUMN

Length Breadth Height Load F*Xi F*Yi


Column ID Type (m) (m) (m) (KN) Xi Yi (KNm) (KNm)
A1 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 225 24426 4.78 519.05
A2 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 7029 24426 292.76 1017.34
A3 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 13951 24426 296.46 519.05
B1 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 225 17032 9.37 709.38
B2 c1 850 850 3400 61.41 7029 17032 431.67 1045.98
B3 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 13951 17032 581.06 709.38
D1 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 225 10328 9.37 430.16
D2 c1 850 850 3400 61.41 7029 10328 431.67 634.27
D3 c1 850 850 3400 61.41 13951 10328 856.77 634.27
E1 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 225 3624 4.78 77.01
E2 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 7029 3624 292.76 150.94
E3 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 13966 3624 581.68 150.94
F1 C3 500 500 3400 21.25 225 1454 4.78 30.90
F2 C3 500 500 3400 21.25 7029 1454 149.37 30.90
F3 C3 500 500 3400 21.25 13951 1454 296.46 30.90
Service Lift

WALL-1 2275 150 3400 29.01 5666 3487 164.35 101.14

WALL-2 2345 150 3400 29.90 4604 2402 137.65 71.82

WALL-3 2275 150 3400 29.01 5891 1304 170.88 37.82

Lift

A-3 C3 500 500 3400 21.25 13951 22166 296.46 471.03


A3- C3 500 500 3400 21.25 11788 24426 250.50 519.05
WALL-1 2275 150 3400 29.01 11638 23151 337.57 671.52

WALL-2 350 150 3400 4.46 11851 22014 52.89 98.24

WALL-3 350 150 3400 4.46 13601 22014 60.69 98.24

WALL-4 350 500 3400 14.88 13577 24426 201.96 363.34


WALL-5 350 500 3400 14.88 13951 24049 207.52 357.73

Total 759.73 6124.20 9480.40

Horizontal Main Beams

D(web), γ,
INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3 L(KN) Mx ,KNm My ,KNm
A12 6804 3629 24424 400 800 25 54.43 197.53 1329.45
A23 6922 10490 24424 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 1352.50
B12 6804 3627 17032 400 800 25 54.43 197.42 927.09
B23 6922 10490 17032 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 943.16
D12 6804 3629 10328 400 800 25 54.43 197.53 562.17
D23 6922 10490 10328 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 571.92
E12 6804 3627 3624 400 800 25 54.43 197.42 197.26
E23 6922 10490 3624 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 200.68
F12 6804 3852 1305 400 800 25 54.43 209.67 71.03
F23 6922 10665 1330 400 800 25 55.38 590.59 73.65
TOTAL 549.04 3913.75 6228.93

Vertical Main Beams

D(web), γ,
INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3 M(KN) Mx ,KNm My ,KNm
1AB 7394 225 20651 400 800 25 59.15 13.31 1221.55
1BD 6704 225 13680 400 800 25 53.63 12.07 733.69
1DE 6704 225 6976 400 800 25 53.63 12.07 374.14
2AB 7394 7029 20673 400 800 25 59.15 415.78 1222.85
2BD 6704 7029 13680 400 800 25 53.63 376.98 733.69
2DE 6704 7029 6976 400 800 25 53.63 376.98 374.14
3AB 7394 13951 20729 400 800 25 59.15 825.23 1226.16
3BC 1800 13951 16132 400 800 25 14.40 200.89 232.30
3CD 4904 13951 12885 400 800 25 39.23 547.33 505.50
3DE 6704 13951 6976 400 800 25 53.63 748.22 374.14
1EF 2170 115 2530 400 800 25 17.36 2.00 43.92
2EF 2170 6916 2404 400 800 25 17.36 120.06 41.73
3EF 2170 13838 2530 400 800 25 17.36 240.23 43.92
TOTAL 551.33 3891.14 7127.72
Horizontal secondary beams

D(web), γ,
INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3 M(KN) Mx ,KNm My ,KNm
AB12 6804 3627 20729 300 600 25 30.62 111.05 634.68
AB23 6922 10490 20729 300 600 25 31.15 326.75 645.69
TOTAL 61.77 437.80 1280.37

Vertical secondary Beams

D(web), γ,
INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3 M(KN) Mx ,KNm My ,KNm
BD12 6704 3627 13680 300 600 25 30.17 109.42 412.70
BD23 6704 10490 13680 300 600 25 30.17 316.46 412.70
DE12 6704 3627 6976 300 600 25 30.17 109.42 210.45
DE23 6704 10490 6976 300 600 25 30.17 316.46 210.45
TOTAL 120.67 851.76 1246.30
SLAB : 3rd FLOOR
γ, Self Live load Floor finish SLAB Concentrated
INDEX L(mm) B(mm) D(mm) (KN/m3) X(MM) Y(MM) weight (KN/M2) (KN/m2) AREA(M2) load(KN) Mx ,KNm My ,KNm REMARKS
A-B++12 6804 3130 135 25 3627 22575 71.88 2 1.5 21.30 146.41 531.04 3305.29 Toilet

A--B+12 6804 4264 135 25 3627 18880 97.92 5 1.5 29.01 286.50 1039.12 5409.05 Store
AB23 4742 6922 135 25 9905 19580 110.78 4 1.5 32.82 291.31 2885.47 5703.93 Corridor
STAIRCASE1 3550 3100 150 25 10001 22646 41.27 4 1.5 11.01 101.80 1018.06 2305.28 Staircase
BD12 6704 6804 135 25 3627 13680 153.95 3 1.5 45.61 359.21 1302.86 4914.00 Office hall
BD23 6704 6922 135 25 10490 13680 156.62 3 1.5 46.41 365.44 3833.47 4999.22 Office hall
DE12 6704 6804 135 25 3627 6976 153.95 3.5 1.5 45.61 382.02 1385.58 2664.95 Office room
DE23 6704 6922 135 25 10490 6976 156.62 4 1.5 46.41 411.85 4320.26 2873.03 Corridor
A+23 6922 1225 135 25 10490 25039 28.62 1.5 1.5 8.48 54.06 567.05 1353.52 Slab projection
E-23 3667 2395 135 25 8872 2427 29.64 4 1.5 8.78 77.94 691.52 189.17 Corridor
STAIRCASE2 3255 2170 150 25 12324 2315 29.00 4 1.5 7.06 67.85 836.16 157.07 Staircase
E-12 6804 2395 135 25 3629 2425 55.00 4 1.5 16.30 144.62 524.84 350.71 Balcony
BDE3+ 11653 2000 135 25 15089 11430 78.66 4 1.5 23.31 206.84 3121.02 2364.19 Balcony
TOTAL 2895.85 22056.45 36589.40
WALL LOAD IN 3RD FLOOR
LENTH WIDTH HEIGHT VOLUME volume UNIT WEIGHT
DESCRIPTION OPENING X y actual Mx My
(MM) (MM) (MM) (M3) actual WEIGHT (KN)
1AB 2 6944 230 3400 115 20770 5.430 4.510 19.000 85.694 9.855 1779.863
1BD 2 6254 230 3400 115 13496 4.891 3.971 19.000 75.442 8.676 1018.164
1DE 2 6254 230 3400 115 6792 4.891 3.971 19.000 75.442 8.676 512.402
1EO 0 2170 230 3400 57.5 2355 1.697 1.697 19.000 32.242 1.854 75.930
2AB 0 1498 230 3400 7105 20674.23 1.172 1.172 19.000 22.264 158.189 460.300
2DE 0 3002 115 3400 7196.68 6390.92 1.174 1.174 19.000 22.301 160.491 142.522
3AB 0 2256 230 3400 14061.48 18425.16 1.764 1.764 19.000 33.514 471.256 617.501
5DEO 0 2057 230 3400 25485 2993.85 1.609 1.609 19.000 30.563 778.896 91.501
A12 2 6354 230 3400 3362.3 24576.73 4.969 4.049 19.000 76.930 258.663 1890.698
A23 0 1197 230 3400 7852.5 24242 0.936 0.936 19.000 17.785 139.657 431.145
B345 $ - 12574 115 3400 20463.24 17339.85 4.916 4.916 19.000 93.409 1911.444 1619.693
E12 0 3079 230 3400 2104.59 3440 2.408 2.408 19.000 45.750 96.286 157.382
E23 1d 6472 230 3400 10490.33 3550 5.061 4.371 19.000 83.055 871.279 294.847
E34 0 600 115 3400 14476.48 3532.5 0.235 0.235 19.000 4.457 64.527 15.746
1AB 1ST 0 617 115 3400 1242.77 24153.06 0.241 0.241 19.000 4.586 5.700 110.775
1AB 2ND 0 1077 115 3400 2263.8 23923.38 0.421 0.421 19.000 7.999 18.108 191.360
1AB 3RD 0 1877 230 3400 3361.63 23523.38 1.468 1.468 19.000 27.884 93.736 655.930
1AB 4TH 0 1077 115 3400 4454.775 23923.38 0.421 0.421 19.000 7.999 35.633 191.360
1AB 5TH 0 2183 115 3400 5697.04 20238.75 0.854 0.854 19.000 16.220 92.404 328.264
B123 1ST 1d 8192 115 3400 9850.51 19089.62 3.203 2.858 19.000 54.303 534.911 1036.621
B12 1ST 0 1085 150 3400 6447.27 20505.39 0.554 0.554 19.000 10.518 67.813 215.678
B12 2ND 0 6990 230 3400 3725 21445.39 5.466 5.466 19.000 103.857 386.869 2227.263
B12 3RD 0 7091 230 3400 3775.67 22575.03 5.545 5.545 19.000 105.363 397.817 2378.579
B12 4TH 0 1062 115 3400 760.83 22980.86 0.415 0.415 19.000 7.887 6.001 181.253
B12 5TH 0 1040 115 3400 2726.46 24041.92 0.407 0.407 19.000 7.729 21.072 185.811
2AB 1ST 0 3881 230 3400 8336.35 22558.42 3.035 3.035 19.000 57.669 480.749 1300.920
E12 1ST 0 605 115 3400 530 4482.5 0.237 0.237 19.000 4.495 2.382 20.147
E12 2ND 0 7024 115 3400 3682.83 7834.34 2.746 2.746 19.000 52.183 192.180 408.816
1DE 1ST 0 870 115 3400 737.5 4030 0.340 0.340 19.000 6.463 4.767 26.047
3EO 1ST 0 793 115 3400 14683.98 3193.68 0.310 0.310 19.000 5.889 86.468 18.806
O34 2ND 0 600 115 3400 14401.48 2889.85 0.235 0.235 19.000 4.457 64.193 12.881
TOTAL = 1184.350 7430.550 18598.20

Total Mass center Stiffness center eccentricity


Components weight Wi *Xi Wi *Yi
X̅ Y̅ X̅ Y̅ ex ey Remarks
Column 759.7 6124.2 9480.4 7.302 13.156 6.61215 13.14144 -0.689 0.015
P. Hor. Beam 549.0 3913.8 6228.9

P. ver. Beam 551.3 3891.1 7127.7

61.8 437.8 1280.4


Sec. hor. Beam

120.7 851.8 1246.3


Sec. Ver. Beam
Slab 2895.85 22056.45 36589.40

Wall 1184.3 7430.5 18598.2

TOTAL 6122.7 44705.6 80551.3


CALCULATION OF CENTER OF STIFFNESS OF 4th FLOOR
Size Length Moment of inertia
Column E
S.N Column ID Ixx Iyy Yg (MM) kX ky ky*Xg Kx*yg X̅ (m) Y̅ (m)
Type B(mm) D(mm) l(m) (KN/m^2)
(BD3/12) (BD3/12) Xg (MM)

FOURTH FLOOR

1 A1 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 225 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 8944.7 971036.7
6.61215 13.14144
2 A2 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 7029 24426 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 579431.1 2013542
3 A3 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 13951 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 554611.2 971036.7

4 B1 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 225 17032 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 18547.73 1404022

5 B2 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 7029 17032 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 1414627 3427788

6 B3 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 13951 17032 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 1150042 1404022

8 D1 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 225 10328 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 18547.73 851382

9 D2 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 7029 10328 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 1414627 2078569

10 D3 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 13951 10328 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 2807719 2078569

11 E1 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 225 3624 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 8944.7 144069.3

12 E2 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 7029 3624 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 579431.1 298742.1

13 E3 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 13966 3624 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 1151278 298742.1

14 F1 c3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 225 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 2988.232 19310.62

15 F3 c3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 13951 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 185283.7 19310.62

Service lift
16 F2 C3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 7029 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 93352.37 19310.62

17 WALL-1 2275 150 3.4 0.001 0.147 5666 3487 25000000 4883.806 1123411 6365247 17029.83

18 WALL-2 150 2345 3.4 0.161 0.001 4604 2402 25000000 1230334 5034.077 23176.89 2955262

19 WALL-3 2275 150 3.4 0.001 0.147 5891 1304 25000000 4883.806 1123411 6618015 6368.483

LIFT

20 A-3 C3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 13951 22166 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 554611.2 881192.1

21 A3- C3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 11788 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 468622.8 971036.7

22 WALL-1 150 2275 3.4 0.147 0.001 11638 23151 25000000 1123411 4883.806 56837.74 26008091
23 WALL-2 350 150 3.4 0.000 0.001 11851 22014 25000000 751.3548 4090.71 48479 16540.33

24 WALL-3 350 150 3.4 0.000 0.001 13601 22014 25000000 751.3548 4090.71 55637.74 16540.33

25 WALL-4 350 500 3.4 0.004 0.002 13577 24426 25000000 27827.96 13635.7 185131.9 679725.7

26 WALL-5 500 350 3.4 0.002 0.004 13951 24049 25000000 13635.7 27827.96 388227.8 327924.9

Total 3743467 3643373 24752362 47879165


CENTER OF MASS CALCULATION OF 4TH FLOOR
COLUMN : 4TH FLOOR

Length Breadth F*Xi F*Yi


Column ID Type (m) (m) Height (m) Load(KN) Xi Yi (KNm) (KNm)
A1 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 225 24426 4.78 519.05
A2 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 7029 24426 292.76 1017.34
A3 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 13951 24426 296.46 519.05
B1 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 225 17032 9.37 709.38
B2 c1 850 850 3400 61.41 7029 17032 431.67 1045.98
B3 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 13951 17032 581.06 709.38
D1 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 225 10328 9.37 430.16
D2 c1 850 850 3400 61.41 7029 10328 431.67 634.27
D3 c1 850 850 3400 61.41 13951 10328 856.77 634.27
E1 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 225 3624 4.78 77.01
E2 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 7029 3624 292.76 150.94
E3 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 13966 3624 581.68 150.94
F1 C3 500 500 3400 21.25 225 1454 4.78 30.90
F2 C3 500 500 3400 21.25 7029 1454 149.37 30.90
F3 C3 500 500 3400 21.25 13951 1454 296.46 30.90
Service Lift

WALL-1 2275 150 3400 29.01 5666 3487 164.35 101.14

WALL-2 2345 150 3400 29.90 4604 2402 137.65 71.82

WALL-3 2275 150 3400 29.01 5891 1304 170.88 37.82

Lift

A-3 C3 500 500 3400 21.25 13951 22166 296.46 471.03


A3- C3 500 500 3400 21.25 11788 24426 250.50 519.05
WALL-1 2275 150 3400 29.01 11638 23151 337.57 671.52

WALL-2 350 150 3400 4.46 11851 22014 52.89 98.24

WALL-3 350 150 3400 4.46 13601 22014 60.69 98.24

WALL-4 350 500 3400 14.88 13577 24426 201.96 363.34


WALL-5 350 500 3400 14.88 13951 24049 207.52 357.73

Total 759.73 6124.20 9480.40

Horizontal Main Beams: 4TH FLOOR

D(web), γ, My
INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3) L(KN) Mx ,KNm ,KNm
A12 6804 3629 24424 400 800 25 54.43 197.53 1329.45
A23 6922 10490 24424 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 1352.50
B12 6804 3627 17032 400 800 25 54.43 197.42 927.09
B23 6922 10490 17032 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 943.16
D12 6804 3629 10328 400 800 25 54.43 197.53 562.17
D23 6922 10490 10328 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 571.92
E12 6804 3627 3624 400 800 25 54.43 197.42 197.26
E23 6922 10490 3624 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 200.68
F12 6804 3852 1305 400 800 25 54.43 209.67 71.03
F23 6922 10665 1330 400 800 25 55.38 590.59 73.65
TOTAL 549.04 3913.75 6228.93

Vertical Main Beams : 4TH FLOOR

D(web), γ, My
INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3) M(KN) Mx ,KNm ,KNm
1AB 7394 225 20651 400 800 25 59.15 13.31 1221.55
1BD 6704 225 13680 400 800 25 53.63 12.07 733.69
1DE 6704 225 6976 400 800 25 53.63 12.07 374.14
2AB 7394 7029 20673 400 800 25 59.15 415.78 1222.85
2BD 6704 7029 13680 400 800 25 53.63 376.98 733.69
2DE 6704 7029 6976 400 800 25 53.63 376.98 374.14
3AB 7394 13951 20729 400 800 25 59.15 825.23 1226.16
3BC 1800 13951 16132 400 800 25 14.40 200.89 232.30
3CD 4904 13951 12885 400 800 25 39.23 547.33 505.50
3DE 6704 13951 6976 400 800 25 53.63 748.22 374.14
1EF 2170 115 2530 400 800 25 17.36 2.00 43.92
2EF 2170 6916 2404 400 800 25 17.36 120.06 41.73
3EF 2170 13838 2530 400 800 25 17.36 240.23 43.92
TOTAL 551.33 3891.14 7127.72
Horizontal secondary beams:

D(web), γ, My
INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3) M(KN) Mx ,KNm ,KNm
AB12 6804 3627 20729 300 600 25 30.62 111.05 634.68
AB23 6922 10490 20729 300 600 25 31.15 326.75 645.69
TOTAL= 61.77 437.80 1280.37

Vertical secondary Beams:

D(web), γ, My
INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3) M(KN) Mx ,KNm ,KNm
BD12 6704 3627 13680 300 600 25 30.17 109.42 412.70
BD23 6704 10490 13680 300 600 25 30.17 316.46 412.70
DE12 6704 3627 6976 300 600 25 30.17 109.42 210.45
DE23 6704 10490 6976 300 600 25 30.17 316.46 210.45
TOTAL= 120.67 851.76 1246.30
SLAB : 4TH FLOOR
γ, Self Live load Floor finish SLAB Concentrated
INDEX L(mm) B(mm) D(mm) (KN/m3) X(MM) Y(MM) weight (KN/M2) (KN/m2) AREA(M2) load(KN) Mx ,KNm My ,KNm REMARKS
A-B++12 6804 3130 135 25 3627 22575 71.88 2 1.5 21.30 146.41 531.04 3305.29 Toilet

A--B+12 6804 4264 135 25 3627 18880 97.92 5 1.5 29.01 286.50 1039.12 5409.05 Store
AB23 4742 6922 135 25 9905 19580 110.78 4 1.5 32.82 291.31 2885.47 5703.93 Corridor
STAIRCASE1 3550 3100 150 25 10001 22646 41.27 4 1.5 11.01 101.80 1018.06 2305.28 Staircase
BD12 6704 6804 135 25 3627 13680 153.95 3 1.5 45.61 359.21 1302.86 4914.00 Office hall
BD23 6704 6922 135 25 10490 13680 156.62 3 1.5 46.41 365.44 3833.47 4999.22 Office hall
DE12 6704 6804 135 25 3627 6976 153.95 3.5 1.5 45.61 382.02 1385.58 2664.95 Office room
DE23 6704 6922 135 25 10490 6976 156.62 4 1.5 46.41 411.85 4320.26 2873.03 Corridor
A+23 6922 1225 135 25 10490 25039 28.62 1.5 1.5 8.48 54.06 567.05 1353.52 Slab projection
E-23 3667 2395 135 25 8872 2427 29.64 4 1.5 8.78 77.94 691.52 189.17 Corridor
STAIRCASE2 3255 2170 150 25 12324 2315 29.00 4 1.5 7.06 67.85 836.16 157.07 Staircase
E-12 6804 2395 135 25 3629 2425 55.00 4 1.5 16.30 144.62 524.84 350.71 Balcony
BD1- 9080 1655 135 25 713 13718 50.72 4 1.5 15.03 133.37 95.09 1829.54 Balcony
BDE3+ 11653 2000 135 25 15089 11430 78.66 4 1.5 23.31 206.84 3121.02 2364.19 Balcony
TOTAL 3029.21 22151.54 38418.95
WALL IN 4TH FLOOR
LENTH WIDTH HEIGHT VOLUME volume UNIT WEIGHT
DESCRIPTION OPENING X y actual Mx My
(MM) (MM) (MM) (M3) actual WEIGHT (KN)
1AB 2 6944 230 3400 115 20770 5.430 4.510 19.000 85.694 9.855 1779.863
1BD 2 6254 230 3400 115 13496 4.891 3.971 19.000 75.442 8.676 1018.164
1DE 2 6254 230 3400 115 6792 4.891 3.971 19.000 75.442 8.676 512.402
1EO 0 2170 230 3400 57.5 2355 1.697 1.697 19.000 32.242 1.854 75.930
2AB 0 1498 230 3400 7105 20674.23 1.172 1.172 19.000 22.264 158.189 460.300
2DE 0 3002 115 3400 7196.68 6390.92 1.174 1.174 19.000 22.301 160.491 142.522
3AB 0 2256 230 3400 14061.48 18425.16 1.764 1.764 19.000 33.514 471.256 617.501
5DEO 0 2057 230 3400 25485 2993.85 1.609 1.609 19.000 30.563 778.896 91.501
A12 2 6354 230 3400 3362.3 24576.73 4.969 4.049 19.000 76.930 258.663 1890.698
A23 0 1197 230 3400 7852.5 24242 0.936 0.936 19.000 17.785 139.657 431.145
B345 $ - 12574 115 3400 20463.24 17339.85 4.916 4.916 19.000 93.409 1911.444 1619.693
E12 0 3079 230 3400 2104.59 3440 2.408 2.408 19.000 45.750 96.286 157.382
E23 1d 6472 230 3400 10490.33 3550 5.061 4.371 19.000 83.055 871.279 294.847
E34 0 600 115 3400 14476.48 3532.5 0.235 0.235 19.000 4.457 64.527 15.746
1AB 1ST 0 617 115 3400 1242.77 24153.06 0.241 0.241 19.000 4.586 5.700 110.775
1AB 2ND 0 1077 115 3400 2263.8 23923.38 0.421 0.421 19.000 7.999 18.108 191.360
1AB 3RD 0 1877 230 3400 3361.63 23523.38 1.468 1.468 19.000 27.884 93.736 655.930
1AB 4TH 0 1077 115 3400 4454.775 23923.38 0.421 0.421 19.000 7.999 35.633 191.360
1AB 5TH 0 2183 115 3400 5697.04 20238.75 0.854 0.854 19.000 16.220 92.404 328.264
B123 1ST 1d 8192 115 3400 9850.51 19089.62 3.203 2.858 19.000 54.303 534.911 1036.621
B12 1ST 0 1085 150 3400 6447.27 20505.39 0.554 0.554 19.000 10.518 67.813 215.678
B12 2ND 0 6990 230 3400 3725 21445.39 5.466 5.466 19.000 103.857 386.869 2227.263
B12 3RD 0 7091 230 3400 3775.67 22575.03 5.545 5.545 19.000 105.363 397.817 2378.579
B12 4TH 0 1062 115 3400 760.83 22980.86 0.415 0.415 19.000 7.887 6.001 181.253
B12 5TH 0 1040 115 3400 2726.46 24041.92 0.407 0.407 19.000 7.729 21.072 185.811
2AB 1ST 0 3881 230 3400 8336.35 22558.42 3.035 3.035 19.000 57.669 480.749 1300.920
E12 1ST 0 605 115 3400 530 4482.5 0.237 0.237 19.000 4.495 2.382 20.147
E12 2ND 0 7024 115 3400 3682.83 7834.34 2.746 2.746 19.000 52.183 192.180 408.816
1DE 1ST 0 870 115 3400 737.5 4030 0.340 0.340 19.000 6.463 4.767 26.047
3EO 1ST 0 793 115 3400 14683.98 3193.68 0.310 0.310 19.000 5.889 86.468 18.806
O34 2ND 0 600 115 3400 14401.48 2889.85 0.235 0.235 19.000 4.457 64.193 12.881
TOTAL = 1184.350 7430.550 18598.203

Total Mass center Stiffness center eccentricity


Components weight Wi *Xi Wi *Yi
X̅ Y̅ X̅ Y̅ ex ey Remarks
Column 759.7 6124.2 9480.4 7.161 13.168 6.61215 13.14144 -0.549 0.027
P. Hor. Beam 549.0 3913.8 6228.9

P. ver. Beam 551.3 3891.1 7127.7

Sec. hor.
61.8 437.8 1280.4
Beam
Sec. Ver.
120.7 851.8 1246.3
Beam
Slab 3029.2 22151.5 38418.9

Wall 1184.3 7430.5 18598.2

TOTAL 6256.1 44800.7 82380.9

Note : 5th Floor is same as 4th


CALCULATION OF CENTER OF STIFFNESS OF 6TH FLOOR

Size Length Moment of inertia


Column E
S.N Column ID Ixx Iyy Yg (MM) kX ky ky*Xg Kx*yg X̅ (m) Y̅ (m)
Type B(mm) D(mm) l(m) (KN/m^2)
(BD3/12) (BD3/12) Xg (MM)

1 A1 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 225 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 8944.7 971036.7
6.61215 13.14144
2 A2 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 7029 24426 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 579431.1 2013542
3 A3 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 13951 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 554611.2 971036.7

4 B1 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 225 17032 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 18547.73 1404022

5 B2 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 7029 17032 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 1414627 3427788

6 B3 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 13951 17032 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 1150042 1404022

8 D1 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 225 10328 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 18547.73 851382

9 D2 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 7029 10328 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 1414627 2078569

10 D3 c1 750 750 3.4 0.026 0.026 13951 10328 25000000 201255.8 201255.8 2807719 2078569

11 E1 c3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 225 3624 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 8944.7 144069.3

12 E2 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 7029 3624 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 579431.1 298742.1

13 E3 c2 600 600 3.4 0.011 0.011 13966 3624 25000000 82434.36 82434.36 1151278 298742.1

14 F1 c3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 225 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 2988.232 19310.62

15 F3 c3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 13951 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 185283.7 19310.62

Service lift

16 F2 C3 500 500 4.9 0.005 0.005 7029 1454 25000000 13281.03 13281.03 93352.37 19310.62

17 WALL-1 2275 150 3.4 0.001 0.147 5666 3487 25000000 4883.806 1123411 6365247 17029.83

18 WALL-2 150 2345 3.4 0.161 0.001 4604 2402 25000000 1230334 5034.077 23176.89 2955262

19 WALL-3 2275 150 3.4 0.001 0.147 5891 1304 25000000 4883.806 1123411 6618015 6368.483

LIFT

20 A-3 C3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 13951 22166 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 554611.2 881192.1

21 A3- C3 500 500 3.4 0.005 0.005 11788 24426 25000000 39754.22 39754.22 468622.8 971036.7

22 WALL-1 150 2275 3.4 0.147 0.001 11638 23151 25000000 1123411 4883.806 56837.74 26008091
23 WALL-2 350 150 3.4 0.000 0.001 11851 22014 25000000 751.3548 4090.71 48479 16540.33

24 WALL-3 350 150 3.4 0.000 0.001 13601 22014 25000000 751.3548 4090.71 55637.74 16540.33

25 WALL-4 350 500 3.4 0.004 0.002 13577 24426 25000000 27827.96 13635.7 185131.9 679725.7

26 WALL-5 500 350 3.4 0.002 0.004 13951 24049 25000000 13635.7 27827.96 388227.8 327924.9

Total 3743467 3643373 24752362 47879165


CENTER OF MASS CALCULATION OF 6TH FLOOR
COLUMN : 6TH FLOOR

Length Breadth Load F*Xi F*Yi


Column ID Type (m) (m) Height (m) (KN) Xi Yi (KNm) (KNm)
A1 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 225 24426 4.78 519.05
A2 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 7029 24426 292.76 1017.34
A3 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 13951 24426 296.46 519.05
B1 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 225 17032 9.37 709.38
B2 c1 850 850 3400 61.41 7029 17032 431.67 1045.98
B3 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 13951 17032 581.06 709.38
D1 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 225 10328 9.37 430.16
D2 c1 850 850 3400 61.41 7029 10328 431.67 634.27
D3 c1 850 850 3400 61.41 13951 10328 856.77 634.27
E1 c3 500 500 3400 21.25 225 3624 4.78 77.01
E2 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 7029 3624 292.76 150.94
E3 c2 700 700 3400 41.65 13966 3624 581.68 150.94
F1 C3 500 500 3400 21.25 225 1454 4.78 30.90
F2 C3 500 500 3400 21.25 7029 1454 149.37 30.90
F3 C3 500 500 3400 21.25 13951 1454 296.46 30.90
SERVICE LIFT

WALL-1 LW 2275 150 3400 29.01 5666 3487 164.35 101.14


WALL-2 LW 2345 150 3400 29.90 4604 2402 137.65 71.82
WALL-3 LW 2275 150 3400 29.01 5891 1304 170.88 37.82
LIFT

A-3 C3 500 500 3400 21.25 13951 22166 296.46 471.03


A3- C3 500 500 3400 21.25 11788 24426 250.50 519.05
WALL-1 LW 2275 150 3400 29.01 11638 23151 337.57 671.52
WALL-2 LW 350 150 3400 4.46 11851 22014 52.89 98.24
WALL-3 LW 350 150 3400 4.46 13601 22014 60.69 98.24
WALL-4 LW 350 500 3400 14.88 13577 24426 201.96 363.34
WALL-5 LW 350 500 3400 14.88 13951 24049 207.52 357.73
Total 759.73 6124.20 9480.40

Horizontal Main Beams: 6TH FLOOR

D(web), γ,
INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3 L(KN) Mx ,KNm My ,KNm
A12 6804 3629 24424 400 800 25 54.43 197.53 1329.45
A23 6922 10490 24424 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 1352.50
B12 6804 3627 17032 400 800 25 54.43 197.42 927.09
B23 6922 10490 17032 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 943.16
D12 6804 3629 10328 400 800 25 54.43 197.53 562.17
D23 6922 10490 10328 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 571.92
E12 6804 3627 3624 400 800 25 54.43 197.42 197.26
E23 6922 10490 3624 400 800 25 55.38 580.89 200.68
F12 6804 3852 1305 400 800 25 54.43 209.67 71.03
F23 6922 10665 1330 400 800 25 55.38 590.59 73.65
TOTAL 549.04 3913.75 6228.93

Vertical Main Beams : 6TH FLOOR

D(web), γ,
INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3 M(KN) Mx ,KNm My ,KNm
1AB 7394 225 20651 400 800 25 59.15 13.31 1221.55
1BD 6704 225 13680 400 800 25 53.63 12.07 733.69
1DE 6704 225 6976 400 800 25 53.63 12.07 374.14
2AB 7394 7029 20673 400 800 25 59.15 415.78 1222.85
2BD 6704 7029 13680 400 800 25 53.63 376.98 733.69
2DE 6704 7029 6976 400 800 25 53.63 376.98 374.14
3AB 7394 13951 20729 400 800 25 59.15 825.23 1226.16
3BC 1800 13951 16132 400 800 25 14.40 200.89 232.30
3CD 4904 13951 12885 400 800 25 39.23 547.33 505.50
3DE 6704 13951 6976 400 800 25 53.63 748.22 374.14
1EF 2170 115 2530 400 800 25 17.36 2.00 43.92
2EF 2170 6916 2404 400 800 25 17.36 120.06 41.73
3EF 2170 13838 2530 400 800 25 17.36 240.23 43.92
TOTAL 551.33 3891.14 7127.72

Horizontal secondary beams: 6TH FLOOR

D(web), γ,
INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3 M(KN) Mx ,KNm My ,KNm
AB12 6804 3627 20729 300 600 25 30.62 111.05 634.68
AB23 6922 10490 20729 300 600 25 31.15 326.75 645.69
TOTAL= 61.77 437.80 1280.37
Vertical secondary Beams: 6TH FLOOR

D(web), γ,
INDEX L(mm) X Y B(mm) (mm) (KN/m3 M(KN) Mx ,KNm My ,KNm
BD12 6704 3627 13680 300 600 25 30.17 109.42 412.70
BD23 6704 10490 13680 300 600 25 30.17 316.46 412.70
DE12 6704 3627 6976 300 600 25 30.17 109.42 210.45
DE23 6704 10490 6976 300 600 25 30.17 316.46 210.45
TOTAL= 120.67 851.76 1246.30
SLAB : 6TH FLOOR
γ, Self Live load Floor finish SLAB Concentrated
INDEX L(mm) B(mm) D(mm) (KN/m3) X(MM) Y(MM) weight (KN/M2) (KN/m2) AREA(M2) load(KN) Mx ,KNm My ,KNm REMARKS
A-B++12 6804 3130 135 25 3627 22575 71.88 0.75 1.5 21.30 119.79 434.49 2704.33 Toilet

A--B+12 6804 4264 135 25 3627 18880 97.92 0.75 1.5 29.01 163.19 591.90 3081.10 Store
AB23 4742 6922 135 25 9905 19580 110.78 0.75 1.5 32.82 184.64 1828.82 3615.17 Corridor
STAIRCASE1 3550 3100 150 25 10001 22646 41.27 0.75 1.5 11.01 66.03 660.37 1495.32 Staircase
BD12 6704 6804 135 25 3627 13680 153.95 0.75 1.5 45.61 256.58 930.61 3510.00 Office hall
BD23 6704 6922 135 25 10490 13680 156.62 0.75 1.5 46.41 261.03 2738.19 3570.87 Office hall
DE12 6704 6804 135 25 3627 6976 153.95 0.75 1.5 45.61 256.58 930.61 1789.89 Office room
DE23 6704 6922 135 25 10490 6976 156.62 0.75 1.5 46.41 261.03 2738.19 1820.94 Corridor
A+23 6922 1225 135 25 10490 25039 28.62 0.75 1.5 8.48 47.70 500.34 1194.28 Slab projection
E-23 3667 2395 135 25 8872 2427 29.64 0.75 1.5 8.78 49.40 438.29 119.90 Corridor
STAIRCASE2 3255 2170 150 25 12324 2315 29.00 0.75 1.5 7.06 44.89 553.26 103.93 Staircase
E-12 6804 2395 135 25 3629 2425 55.00 0.75 1.5 16.30 91.66 332.64 222.28 Balcony
E--1++2 5029 1230 135 25 4514 615 20.88 0.75 1.5 6.19 34.79 157.06 21.40 Slab projection
E--23 6922 1230 135 25 10490 615 28.73 0.75 1.5 8.51 47.89 502.38 29.45 Slab projection
BD1- 9080 1655 135 25 713 13718 50.72 0.75 1.5 15.03 84.53 60.27 1159.57 Balcony
BDE3+ 11653 2000 135 25 15089 11430 78.66 0.75 1.5 23.31 131.10 1978.11 1498.43 Balcony
MAIN LIFT 2725 2625 135 25 12864 23265 24.14 15 1.5 7.153125 142.17 1828.85 3307.55 Lifting machine
SERVICE LIFT 2345 2726 135 25 5779 2427 21.57 15 1.5 6.39 127.05 734.22 308.35 Lifting machine
TOTAL 2370.05 17938.61 29552.75
WALL IN 6TH FLOOR
LENTH WIDTH HEIGHT VOLUME volume UNIT WEIGHT
DESCRIPTION OPENING X y actual Mx My
(MM) (MM) (MM) (M3) actual WEIGHT (KN)
1AB 2 6944 230 3400 115 20770 5.430 4.510 19.000 85.694 9.855 1779.863
1BD 2 6254 230 3400 115 13496 4.891 3.971 19.000 75.442 8.676 1018.164
1DE 2 6254 230 3400 115 6792 4.891 3.971 19.000 75.442 8.676 512.402
1EO 0 2170 230 3400 57.5 2355 1.697 1.697 19.000 32.242 1.854 75.930
2AB 0 1498 230 3400 7105 20674.23 1.172 1.172 19.000 22.264 158.189 460.300
2DE 0 3002 115 3400 7196.68 6390.92 1.174 1.174 19.000 22.301 160.491 142.522
3AB 0 2256 230 3400 14061.48 18425.16 1.764 1.764 19.000 33.514 471.256 617.501
5DEO 0 2057 230 3400 25485 2993.85 1.609 1.609 19.000 30.563 778.896 91.501
A12 2 6354 230 3400 3362.3 24576.73 4.969 4.049 19.000 76.930 258.663 1890.698
A23 0 1197 230 3400 7852.5 24242 0.936 0.936 19.000 17.785 139.657 431.145
B345 $ - 12574 115 3400 20463.24 17339.85 4.916 4.916 19.000 93.409 1911.444 1619.693
E12 0 3079 230 3400 2104.59 3440 2.408 2.408 19.000 45.750 96.286 157.382
E23 1d 6472 230 3400 10490.33 3550 5.061 4.371 19.000 83.055 871.279 294.847
E34 0 600 115 3400 14476.48 3532.5 0.235 0.235 19.000 4.457 64.527 15.746
1AB 1ST 0 617 115 3400 1242.77 24153.06 0.241 0.241 19.000 4.586 5.700 110.775
1AB 2ND 0 1077 115 3400 2263.8 23923.38 0.421 0.421 19.000 7.999 18.108 191.360
1AB 3RD 0 1877 230 3400 3361.63 23523.38 1.468 1.468 19.000 27.884 93.736 655.930
1AB 4TH 0 1077 115 3400 4454.775 23923.38 0.421 0.421 19.000 7.999 35.633 191.360
1AB 5TH 0 2183 115 3400 5697.04 20238.75 0.854 0.854 19.000 16.220 92.404 328.264
B123 1ST 1d 8192 115 3400 9850.51 19089.62 3.203 2.858 19.000 54.303 534.911 1036.621
B12 1ST 0 1085 150 3400 6447.27 20505.39 0.554 0.554 19.000 10.518 67.813 215.678
B12 2ND 0 6990 230 3400 3725 21445.39 5.466 5.466 19.000 103.857 386.869 2227.263
B12 3RD 0 7091 230 3400 3775.67 22575.03 5.545 5.545 19.000 105.363 397.817 2378.579
B12 4TH 0 1062 115 3400 760.83 22980.86 0.415 0.415 19.000 7.887 6.001 181.253
B12 5TH 0 1040 115 3400 2726.46 24041.92 0.407 0.407 19.000 7.729 21.072 185.811
2AB 1ST 0 3881 230 3400 8336.35 22558.42 3.035 3.035 19.000 57.669 480.749 1300.920
E12 1ST 0 605 115 3400 530 4482.5 0.237 0.237 19.000 4.495 2.382 20.147
E12 2ND 0 7024 115 3400 3682.83 7834.34 2.746 2.746 19.000 52.183 192.180 408.816
1DE 1ST 0 870 115 3400 737.5 4030 0.340 0.340 19.000 6.463 4.767 26.047
3EO 1ST 0 793 115 3400 14683.98 3193.68 0.310 0.310 19.000 5.889 86.468 18.806
O34 2ND 0 600 115 3400 14401.48 2889.85 0.235 0.235 19.000 4.457 64.193 12.881
TOTAL = 1184.350 7430.550 18598.203

Total Mass center Stiffness center eccentricity


Components weight Wi *Xi Wi *Yi
X̅ Y̅ X̅ Y̅ ex ey Remarks
Column 759.7 6124.2 9480.4 7.252 13.135 6.61215 13.14144 -0.640 -0.007

P. Hor. Beam 549.0 3913.8 6228.9

P. ver. Beam 551.3 3891.1 7127.7

61.8 437.8 1280.4


Sec. hor. Beam

120.7 851.8 1246.3


Sec. Ver. Beam
Slab 2370.05 17938.61 29552.75

Wall 1184.3 7430.5 18598.2

TOTAL 5596.9 40587.8 73514.7


ANNEX-B
SLAB REINFORCEMENT CALCULATION

R
partition e
Design moment (KNm)
smaller of smaller of dx dy wall load m
Slab ID LX (mm) Lx(mm) LY(mm) ly(mm) ly/lx Load αx- αx+ αy- αy+
LX or lx LY or ly (mm) (mm) a
(KN/m)
r
k
KN/m2
Mx- Mx+ My- My+ Mmax dreq mm s
DE1+ 3402 3201 3201 6704 6406 6406 2.001 114 102 1.5 14.06 0.09 0.065 0.037 0.028 12.25 9.364 5.33 4.034 12.245 60.686 ok
DE2- 3402 3201 3201 6704 6406 6406 2.001 114 102 1.5 14.06 0.07 0.049 0.032 0.024 9.364 7.059 4.61 3.458 9.364 53.069 ok
BD1+ 3402 3201 3201 6704 6406 6406 2.001 114 102 0 11.81 0.09 0.065 0.037 0.028 10.29 7.866 4.477 3.388 10.286 55.619 ok
BD2- 3402 3201 3201 6704 6406 6406 2.001 114 102 0 11.81 0.07 0.049 0.032 0.024 7.866 5.929 3.872 2.904 7.866 48.638 ok
DE2+ 3461 3260 3260 6704 6406 6406 1.965 114 102 0 11.81 0.06 0.048 0.032 0.024 8.07 6.025 4.016 3.012 8.070 49.267 ok
BD2+ 3461 3260 3260 6704 6406 6406 1.965 114 102 0 11.81 0.06 0.048 0.032 0.024 8.07 6.025 4.016 3.012 8.070 49.267 ok
DE3- 3461 3235 3235 6704 6406 6406 1.98 114 102 0 11.81 0.07 0.048 0.032 0.024 8.602 5.933 3.955 2.966 8.602 50.864 ok
BD3- 3461 3235 3235 6704 6406 6406 1.98 114 102 0 11.81 0.07 0.048 0.032 0.024 8.602 5.933 3.955 2.966 8.602 50.864 ok
CD3+ 2856 2630 2630 4904 4606 4606 1.751 114 102 0 11.81 0.06 0.045 0.032 0.024 4.901 3.678 2.614 1.961 4.901 38.394 ok
CD4- 2856 2655 2655 4904 4606 4606 1.735 114 102 0 11.81 0.06 0.0447 0.032 0.024 4.953 3.721 2.664 1.998 4.953 38.597 ok
CD4+ 2856 2655 2655 4904 4606 4606 1.735 114 102 0 11.81 0.06 0.0447 0.032 0.024 4.953 3.721 2.664 1.998 4.953 38.597 ok
CD5- 2856 2570 2655 4904 4606 4606 1.735 114 102 0 11.81 0.06 0.0447 0.032 0.024 4.953 3.721 2.664 1.998 4.953 38.597 ok
34E+ 3352 3151 3151 5712 5389 5426 1.722 114 102 0 11.81 0.06 0.0446 0.032 0.024 6.942 5.224 3.752 2.814 6.942 45.692 ok
34D- 3352 3151 3151 5712 5389 5426 1.722 114 102 0 11.81 0.06 0.0446 0.032 0.024 6.942 5.224 3.752 2.814 6.942 45.692 ok
45E- 3352 3151 3151 5712 5414 5414 1.718 114 102 0 11.81 0.06 0.0445 0.032 0.024 6.93 5.218 3.752 2.814 6.930 45.653 ok
45D+ 3352 3151 3151 5712 5414 5414 1.718 114 102 0 11.81 0.06 0.0445 0.032 0.024 6.93 5.218 3.752 2.814 6.930 45.653 ok
12B- 3697 3486 3486 6804 6506 6506 1.866 114 102 0 11.81 0.07 0.0499 0.037 0.028 9.443 7.156 5.31 4.018 9.443 53.293 OK
23B- 3697 3486 3486 6922 6599 6599 1.893 114 102 0 11.81 0.07 0.0503 0.037 0.028 9.515 7.216 5.31 4.018 9.515 53.495 ok
12A- 3697 3486 3486 6804 6506 6506 1.866 114 102 4.3 16.76 0.09 0.0664 0.047 0.035 17.92 13.52 9.573 7.128 17.923 73.419 ok
SLAB REINFORCEMENT CALCULATION

CALCULATED REINFORCEMENT REQUIRED REINFORCEMENT REQUIRED SPACING PROVIDED SPACING PROVIDED REINFORCEMENT

slab Astx- Astx+ Asty- Asty+ Ast, min Astx- Astx+ Asty- Asty+ Sx- Sx+ Sy- Sy+ Sx- Sx+ Sy- Sy+ Astx- Astx+ Asty- Asty+ 0.5Astx+ 0.5Asrty+

DE1+ 274.62 207.28 115.95 87.3655 162 274.62 207.3 162 162 411.83 545.63 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
DE2- 207.28 154.7 99.98 74.63 162 207.28 162 162 162 545.63 698.13 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
BD1+ 228.62 172.965 97.048 73.112 162 228.62 173 162 162 494.70 653.88 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
BD2- 172.965 129.31 83.723 62.543 162 172.97 162 162 162 653.88 698.13 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
DE2+ 177.67 131.436 86.89 64.898 162 177.67 162 162 162 636.56 698.13 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
BD2+ 177.67 131.436 86.89 64.898 162 177.67 162 162 162 636.56 698.13 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
DE3- 189.77 129.377 85.54 63.895 162 189.77 162 162 162 595.97 698.13 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
BD3- 189.77 129.377 85.54 63.895 162 189.77 162 162 162 595.97 698.13 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
CD3+ 106.425 79.45 56.227 42.058 162 162 162 162 162 698.13 698.13 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
CD4- 107.577 80.406 57.312 42.868 162 162 162 162 162 698.13 698.13 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
CD4+ 107.577 80.406 57.312 42.868 162 162 162 162 162 698.13 698.13 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
CD5- 107.577 80.406 57.312 42.868 162 162 162 162 162 698.13 698.13 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
34E+ 152.04 113.583 81.087 60.582 162 162 162 162 162 698.13 698.13 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
34D- 152.04 113.583 81.087 60.582 162 162 162 162 162 698.13 698.13 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
45E- 151.77 113.453 81.087 60.582 162 162 162 162 162 698.13 698.13 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
45D+ 151.77 113.453 81.087 60.582 162 162 162 162 162 698.13 698.13 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
12B- 209.107 156.92 115.5 86.935 162 209.11 162 162 162 540.86 698.13 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
23B- 210.76 158.235 115.5 86.935 162 210.76 162 162 162 536.62 698.13 698.13 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
12A- 413.03 305.01 212.075 156.255 162 413.03 305 212.08 162 273.82 370.80 533.29 698.13 250 250 250 250 452.39 452.39 452.39 452.39 226.20 226.20
ANNEX-C
REINFORCEMENT DETAILING IN PRIMARY BEAM

SAP-2000 DATA Top Reinforcement Bottom Reinforcement Shear reinforcement


Top Bottom Shear 16 20 22 25 28 16 20 22 Bar Dia.
Beam Station Total Reinf. Extra Reinf. Total Reinf. Extra Reinf. Sv Provided Legged
Reinforcement Reinforcement Reinforcement mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm (mm)
5 th floor level- 20.6 m
VERTICAL

1AB 0 2409 1204 2.097 2 4 2591.8 182.8 4 1520.5 316.5 149.8 125 10 4-legged

1AB 3697 782 1311 2.273 4 1963.5 1181.5 4 1520.5 209.5 138.2 125 10 4-legged

1AB 7394 2863 1432.000 2.387 4 4 3220.1 357.1 2 4 1922.7 490.7 131.6 125 10 4-legged

1BD 0 2455 1228 1.281 4 4 3220.1 765.1 2 4 1922.7 694.7 245.2 200 10 4-legged

1BD 3352 672 797 1.093 4 1963.5 1291.5 4 1520.5 723.5 287.4 200 10 4-legged

1BD 6704 2460 1230 1.19 2 4 2591.8 131.8 4 1520.5 290.5 264.0 200 10 4-legged

1DE 0 2344 1172 1.329 2 4 2591.8 247.8 4 1520.5 348.5 236.4 200 10 4-legged

1DE 3352 672 891 1.163 4 1963.5 1291.5 4 1520.5 629.5 270.1 200 10 4-legged

1DE 6704 2034 1088 1.149 2 4 2591.8 557.8 4 1520.5 432.5 273.4 200 10 4-legged

1EF 0 672 672 1.322 2 4 2591.8 1919.8 4 1520.5 848.5 118.8 100 10 2 legged

1EF 1085 672 672 1.443 4 1963.5 1291.5 4 1520.5 848.5 108.9 100 10 2 legged

1EF 2170 1139.000 672 1.48 4 1963.5 1291.5 4 1520.5 848.5 106.1 100 10 2 legged

2AB 0 3160 1580 2.419 4 4 3220.1 60.1 2 4 1922.7 342.7 129.9 100 10 4-legged

2AB 3697 847 1641 2.07 4 1963.5 1116.5 2 4 1922.7 281.7 151.8 150 10 4-legged

2AB 7394 2729 1364 2.113 4 4 3220.1 491.1 2 4 1922.7 558.7 148.7 125 10 4-legged

2BD 0 2230 1115 1.157 4 4 3220.1 990.1 2 4 1922.7 807.7 271.5 200 10 4-legged

2BD 3352 672 708 0.938 4 1963.5 1291.5 4 1520.5 812.5 334.9 200 10 4-legged

2BD 6704 2122 1061 1.001 2 4 2591.8 469.8 2 4 1922.7 861.7 313.8 200 10 4-legged

2DE 0 2107 1568 1.2 2 4 2591.8 484.8 2 4 1922.7 354.7 261.8 200 10 4-legged

2DE 3352 808 934 1.19 4 1963.5 1155.5 4 1520.5 586.5 264.0 200 10 4-legged

2DE 6704 2957 1478 1.265 4 4 3220.1 263.1 2 4 1922.7 444.7 248.3 200 10 4-legged
2EF 0 729 672 1.156 4 4 3220.1 2491.1 2 4 1922.7 1250.7 135.9 125 10 2 legged

2EF 1085 672 672 1.029 4 1963.5 1291.5 4 1520.5 848.5 152.7 150 10 2 legged

2EF 2170 672 672 0.879 4 1963.5 1291.5 4 1520.5 848.5 178.7 150 10 2 legged

3AA- 0 1162 756 2.074 4 2463.0 1301.0 4 1520.5 764.5 151.5 150 10 4-legged

3AA- 1130 756 756 2.029 4 2463.0 1707.0 4 1520.5 764.5 154.8 150 10 4-legged

3AA- 2260 756 1044 1.984 4 2463.0 1707.0 4 1520.5 476.5 158.3 150 10 4-legged

3A-B 0 3638 1819 1.057 6 3694.5 56.5 6 2280.8 461.8 297.2 200 10 4-legged

3A-B 2567 1291 1265 1.873 4 2463.0 1172.0 4 1520.5 255.5 167.7 150 10 4-legged

3A-B 5134 1683 2260 1.929 4 2463.0 780.0 6 2280.8 20.8 162.9 150 10 4-legged

3BD 0 2696 1348 1.329 6 3694.5 998.5 4 1520.5 172.5 236.4 200 10 4-legged

3BD 3352 756 972 1.1 4 2463.0 1707.0 4 1520.5 548.5 285.6 200 10 4-legged

3BD 6704 2384 1192 1.215 4 2463.0 79.0 4 1520.5 328.5 258.6 200 10 4-legged

3DE 0 2458 1229 1.261 4 2463.0 5.0 4 1520.5 291.5 249.1 200 10 4-legged

3DE 3352 769 1037 1.19 4 2463.0 1694.0 4 1520.5 483.5 264.0 200 10 4-legged

3DE 6704 3027 1513 1.243 6 3694.5 667.5 6 2280.8 767.8 252.7 200 10 4-legged

3EF 0 756 756 1.17 4 2463.0 1707.0 4 1520.5 764.5 134.3 125 10 2- legged

SAP-2000 DATA Top Reinforcement Bottom Reinforcement Shear reinforcement


Top Bottom Shear 16 20 22 25 28 16 20 22 Bar Dia.
Beam Station Total Reinf. Extra Reinf. Total Reinf. Extra Reinf. Sv Provided Legged
Reinforcement Reinforcement Reinforcement mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm (mm)
3EF 1085 756 756 1.183 2 1231.5 475.5 2 760.3 4.3 132.8 125 10 2- legged

2EF 2170 756 756 1.307 2 1231.5 475.5 2 760.3 4.3 120.2 100 10 2- legged

HORIZONTAL

12A 0 2314 1157 1.625 2 4 2365.6 51.6 4 1520.5 363.5 193.3 175 10 4-legged

12A 3402 728 1084 1.529 4 1963.5 1235.5 4 1520.5 436.5 205.5 200 10 4-legged

12A 6804 2792 1396 2.037 4 4 3220.1 428.1 2 4 1922.7 526.7 154.2 150 10 4-legged

23A 0 1694 1771 1.134 4 4 3220.1 1526.1 2 4 1922.7 151.7 277.0 200 10 4-legged
23A 3461 2190.000 1087 1.511 2 4 2591.8 401.8 4 1520.5 433.5 207.9 200 10 4-legged

23A 6922 1276.000 1249 1.455 4 1963.5 687.5 4 1520.5 271.5 215.9 200 10 4-legged

12B 0 2671.000 1335 1.450 4 4 2767.7 96.7 4 1520.5 185.5 108.3 100 10 2-legged

12B 3402 700.000 791 1.148 4 1963.5 1263.5 4 1520.5 729.5 136.8 125 10 2-legged

12B 6922 2053.000 1027 1.278 2 4 2365.6 312.6 4 1520.5 493.5 122.9 100 10 2-legged

23B 0 2027.000 1014 1.487 2 4 2365.6 338.6 4 1520.5 506.5 105.6 100 10 2-legged

23B 3461 672.000 813 1.268 4 1963.5 1291.5 4 1520.5 707.5 123.9 100 10 2-legged

23B 6922 2239.000 1119 1.373 2 4 2365.6 126.6 4 1520.5 401.5 114.4 100 10 2-legged

34B 0 672.000 216 1.347 2 4 2365.6 1693.6 4 1520.5 1304.5 116.6 100 10 2-legged

34B 1000 672.000 672 1.312 2 981.7 309.7 2 760.3 88.3 119.7 100 10 2-legged

34B 2000 672.000 672 0.898 2 981.7 309.7 2 760.3 88.3 174.9 150 10 2-legged

12D 0 2085.000 1043 1.306 2 4 2365.6 280.6 3 1140.4 97.4 120.3 100 10 2-legged

12D 3402 672.000 739 1.063 4 1963.5 1291.5 3 1140.4 401.4 147.8 125 10 2-legged

12D 6804 1170 885 1.205 2 4 2365.6 1195.6 3 1140.4 255.4 130.4 125 10 2-legged

23D 0 2185 1093 1.276 2 4 2365.6 180.6 3 1140.4 47.4 123.1 100 10 2-legged

23D 3461 672 758 1.020 4 1963.5 1291.5 3 1140.4 382.4 154.0 150 10 2-legged

23D 6922 1190 995 1.199 4 1963.5 773.5 3 1140.4 145.4 131.0 125 10 2-legged

12E 0 1018 1060 0.565 4 1963.5 945.5 4 1520.5 460.5 400.3 200 12 2-legged

12E 3402 1958 880 1.416 4 1963.5 5.5 4 1520.5 640.5 159.7 150 12 2-legged

12E 6804 672 672 0.940 3 4 2906.0 2234.0 4 1520.5 848.5 240.6 200 12 2-legged

23E 0 2899 1449 1.645 3 4 2906.0 7.0 4 1520.5 71.5 137.5 125 12 2-legged

23E 3461 750 916 1.503 4 1963.5 1213.5 4 1520.5 604.5 150.5 150 12 2-legged

23E 6922 2105 1052 1.516 1 4 2277.7 172.7 4 1520.5 468.5 149.2 125 12 2-legged
12F 0 1016 858 0.475 3 1472.6 456.6 3 1140.4 282.4 330.7 200 10 2 legged

12F 3402 1275 944 0.747 3 1472.6 197.6 3 1140.4 196.4 210.3 200 10 2 legged

12F 6804 936 672 0.746 3 1472.6 536.6 3 1140.4 468.4 210.6 200 10 2 legged

23F 0 966 983 0.733 3 1472.6 506.6 3 1140.4 157.4 214.3 200 10 2 legged

23F 3461 672 672 0.691 3 1472.6 800.6 2 760.3 88.3 227.3 200 10 2 legged

23F 6922 1186 672 0.760 3 1472.6 286.6 2 760.3 88.3 206.7 200 10 2 legged

2ND FLOOR LEVEL -10.4m


VERTICAL

1AB 0 2621 1311 2.054 2 4 2723.8 102.8 4 1520.5 209.5 152.9 150 10 4-legged

1AB 3697 892 1230 2.247 4 1963.5 1071.5 4 1520.5 290.5 139.8 125 10 4-legged

1AB 7394 3114 1557.000 2.323 4 4 3220.1 106.1 2 4 1922.7 365.7 135.2 125 10 4-legged

1BD 0 2817 1409 1.359 4 4 3220.1 403.1 2 4 1922.7 513.7 231.2 200 10 4-legged

SAP-2000 DATA Top Reinforcement Bottom Reinforcement Shear reinforcement


Top Bottom Shear 16 20 22 25 28 16 20 22 Bar Dia.
Beam Station Total Reinf. Extra Reinf. Total Reinf. Extra Reinf. Sv Provided Legged
Reinforcement Reinforcement Reinforcement mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm (mm)
1BD 3352 734 927 1.180 4 1963.5 1229.5 4 1520.5 593.5 266.2 200 10 4-legged

1BD 6704 2743 1372 1.255 4 4 2767.7 24.7 4 1520.5 148.5 250.3 200 10 4-legged

1DE 0 2676 1338 1.528 4 4 2767.7 91.7 4 1520.5 182.5 205.6 200 10 4-legged

1DE 3352 716 991 1.348 4 1963.5 1247.5 4 1520.5 529.5 233.1 200 10 4-legged

1DE 6704 2061 1240 1.223 2 4 2365.6 304.6 4 1520.5 280.5 256.9 200 10 4-legged

1EF 0 672 672 1.770 2 4 2365.6 1693.6 4 1520.5 848.5 177.5 150 10 4-legged

1EF 1085 721 672 1.899 4 1963.5 1242.5 4 1520.5 848.5 165.4 150 10 4-legged

1EF 2170 1696.000 1027 1.888 4 1963.5 267.5 4 1520.5 493.5 166.4 150 10 4-legged

2AB 0 3271 1635 2.468 4 4 3484.0 213.0 2 4 1922.7 287.7 127.3 100 10 4-legged

2AB 3697 864 1407 2.040 4 1963.5 1099.5 4 1520.5 113.5 154.0 150 10 4-legged

2AB 7394 2935 1468 2.116 4 4 3220.1 285.1 2 4 1922.7 454.7 148.5 125 10 4-legged
2BD 0 2347 1173 1.219 4 4 3220.1 873.1 2 4 1922.7 749.7 257.7 200 10 4-legged

2BD 3352 672 750 0.983 4 1963.5 1291.5 4 1520.5 770.5 319.6 200 10 4-legged

2BD 6704 2261 1163 1.063 2 4 2591.8 330.8 2 4 1922.7 759.7 295.5 200 10 4-legged

2DE 0 2458 1691 1.268 2 4 2591.8 133.8 2 4 1922.7 231.7 247.8 200 10 4-legged

2DE 3352 854 978 1.146 4 1963.5 1109.5 4 1520.5 542.5 274.1 200 10 4-legged

2DE 6704 2954 1570 1.257 4 4 3220.1 266.1 2 4 1922.7 352.7 249.9 200 10 4-legged

2EF 0 672 672 1.079 4 2 2238.4 1566.4 2 2 1162.4 490.4 145.6 125 10 2-legged

2EF 1085 672 672 0.938 2 981.7 309.7 2 760.3 88.3 167.5 150 10 2-legged

2EF 2170 672 672 0.782 2 981.7 309.7 2 760.3 88.3 200.9 200 10 2-legged

3AA- 0 1305 791 2.293 4 1963.5 658.5 4 1520.5 729.5 197.3 175 12 4-legged

3AA- 1130 756 756 2.255 4 1963.5 1207.5 4 1520.5 764.5 200.6 200 12 4-legged

3AA- 2260 826 1044 2.210 4 4 3484.0 2658.0 2 4 1922.7 878.7 204.7 200 12 4-legged

3A-B 0 3428 1714 3.152 4 4 3484.0 56.0 2 4 1922.7 208.7 143.5 125 12 4-legged

3A-B 2567 1124 1172 2.659 4 1963.5 839.5 4 1520.5 348.5 170.1 150 12 4-legged

3A-B 5134 1787 1891 1.752 2 4 2591.8 804.8 2 4 1922.7 31.7 258.2 200 12 4-legged

3BD 0 2389 1194 2.287 2 4 2591.8 202.8 2 4 1922.7 728.7 197.8 175 12 4-legged

3BD 3352 758 811 1.674 4 1963.5 1205.5 4 1520.5 709.5 270.2 200 12 4-legged

3BD 6704 2134 1219 1.344 2 4 2591.8 457.8 4 1520.5 301.5 336.6 200 12 4-legged

3DE 0 2288 1435 1.305 2 4 2591.8 303.8 4 1520.5 85.5 346.7 200 12 4-legged

3DE 3352 756 921 1.098 4 1963.5 1207.5 4 1520.5 599.5 412.0 200 12 4-legged

3DE 6704 2877 1438 1.281 4 4 3220.1 343.1 4 1520.5 82.5 353.2 200 12 4-legged

3EF 0 756 756 1.024 4 2 2238.4 1482.4 2 760.3 4.3 220.9 200 12 2-legged

3EF 1085 756 756 0.979 2 981.7 225.7 2 760.3 4.3 231.0 200 12 2-legged

3EF 2170 756 756 1.273 2 981.7 225.7 2 760.3 4.3 177.7 150 12 2-legged

HORIZONTAL

12A 0 2523 1261 1.692 2 4 2591.8 68.8 4 1520.5 259.5 185.7 175 10 4-legged
12A 3402 799 1171 1.668 4 1963.5 1164.5 4 1520.5 349.5 188.3 175 10 4-legged

12A 6804 3062 1531 2.182 4 4 3220.1 158.1 2 4 2148.8 617.8 144.0 125 10 4-legged

23A 0 2088 2013 1.343 4 4 3220.1 1132.1 2 4 2148.8 135.8 233.9 200 10 4-legged

23A 3461 1964 1457 1.671 4 1963.5 -0.5 4 1520.5 63.5 188.0 175 10 4-legged

23A 6922 1761 1636 1.711 4 1963.5 202.5 2 4 1922.7 286.7 183.6 175 10 4-legged

12B 0 2814 1407 1.624 4 4 3220.1 406.1 4 1520.5 113.5 193.4 175 10 4-legged

12B 3402 742 892 1.251 4 1963.5 1221.5 4 1520.5 628.5 251.1 200 10 4-legged

SAP-2000 DATA Top Reinforcement Bottom Reinforcement Shear reinforcement


Top Bottom Shear 16 20 22 25 28 16 20 22 Bar Dia.
Beam Station Total Reinf. Extra Reinf. Total Reinf. Extra Reinf. Sv Provided Legged
Reinforcement Reinforcement Reinforcement mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm (mm)
12B 6922 2408 1204 1.412 4 4 3220.1 812.1 2 4 1922.7 718.7 222.5 200 10 4-legged

23B 0 2235 1118 1.547 4 4 3220.1 985.1 2 4 1922.7 804.7 203.1 200 10 4-legged

23B 3461 672 822 1.306 4 1963.5 1291.5 4 1520.5 698.5 240.6 200 10 4-legged

23B 6922 2411 1206 1.344 2 4 2591.8 180.8 4 1520.5 314.5 233.7 200 10 4-legged

34C 0 672 672 1.162 4 1963.5 1291.5 4 1520.5 848.5 135.2 125 10 2-legged

34C 2856 1003 863 1.560 4 1963.5 960.5 4 1520.5 657.5 100.7 100 10 2-legged

34C 5712 2245 1122 1.534 2 4 2591.8 346.8 4 1520.5 398.5 102.4 100 10 2-legged

45C 0 2374 1265 1.295 2 4 2591.8 217.8 4 1520.5 255.5 121.3 100 10 2-legged

45C 2856 873 753 1.221 4 1963.5 1090.5 4 1520.5 767.5 128.6 100 10 2-legged

45C 5712 1681 1245 1.012 4 1963.5 282.5 4 1520.5 275.5 155.2 150 10 2-legged

1-D 0 168 168 0.607 2 981.7 813.7 2 760.3 592.3 258.8 200 10 2-legged

1-D 825 672 168 0.593 2 981.7 309.7 2 760.3 592.3 264.9 200 10 2-legged

1-D 1650 672 168 0.613 2 4 2365.6 1693.6 4 1520.5 1352.5 256.2 200 10 2-legged

12D 0 2329 1164 1.441 2 4 2365.6 36.6 4 1520.5 356.5 218.0 200 10 4-legged
12D 3402 672 749 1.176 4 1963.5 1291.5 4 1520.5 771.5 267.1 200 10 4-legged

12D 6804 2033 1016 1.285 2 4 2365.6 332.6 4 1520.5 504.5 244.5 200 10 4-legged

23D 0 2220 1110 1.325 2 4 2365.6 145.6 4 1520.5 410.5 237.1 200 10 4-legged

23D 3461 672 775 1.070 4 1963.5 1291.5 4 1520.5 745.5 293.6 200 10 4-legged

23D 6922 1870 935 1.180 4 1963.5 93.5 2 4 1922.7 987.7 266.2 200 10 4-legged

34D 0 1599 1550 1.246 4 1963.5 364.5 2 4 1922.7 372.7 252.1 200 10 4-legged

34D 2856 940 954 1.342 4 1963.5 1023.5 4 1520.5 566.5 234.1 200 10 4-legged

34D 5712 2593 1297 1.401 2 4 2591.8 -1.2 4 1520.5 223.5 224.2 200 10 4-legged

45D 0 2241 1230 1.291 2 4 2591.8 350.8 4 1520.5 290.5 243.3 200 10 4-legged

45D 2856 877 919 1.179 4 1963.5 1086.5 4 1520.5 601.5 266.5 200 10 4-legged

45D 5712 2277 1598 1.104 2 4 2365.6 88.6 2 4 1922.7 324.7 284.6 200 10 4-legged

56D 0 672 336 2.128 2 4 2365.6 1693.6 2 4 1922.7 1586.7 147.6 125 10 4-legged

56D 688 672 174 2.107 4 1963.5 1291.5 4 1520.5 1346.5 149.1 125 10 4-legged

56D 1375 672 672 1.725 4 1963.5 1291.5 4 1520.5 848.5 182.1 175 10 4-legged

12E 0 1329 1237 0.627 4 1963.5 634.5 4 1520.5 283.5 501.1 200 10 4-legged

12E 3402 2146 1195 1.523 2 4 2591.8 445.8 4 1520.5 325.5 206.3 200 10 4-legged

12E 6804 672 672 1.026 4 4 3220.1 2548.1 2 4 1922.7 1250.7 306.2 200 10 4-legged

23E 0 2897 1448 1.643 4 4 3220.1 323.1 2 4 1922.7 474.7 191.2 175 10 4-legged

23E 3461 754 908 1.466 4 1963.5 1209.5 4 1520.5 612.5 214.3 200 10 4-legged

23E 6922 2267 1134 1.538 2 4 2365.6 98.6 4 1520.5 386.5 204.3 200 10 4-legged

34E 0 1628 1050 0.871 2 4 2365.6 737.6 4 1520.5 470.5 180.3 175 10 2-legged

34E 2856 724 672 0.962 2 981.7 257.7 2 760.3 88.3 163.3 150 10 2-legged

34E 5712 1936 1028 0.968 4 2 2238.4 302.4 2 2 1162.4 134.4 162.3 150 10 2-legged

45E 0 1594 799 0.863 4 2 2238.4 644.4 2 2 1162.4 363.4 182.0 175 10 2-legged

45E 2856 672 672 0.828 2 981.7 309.7 2 760.3 88.3 189.7 175 10 2-legged

45E 5712 1456 729 0.598 2 2 1610.1 154.1 1 2 961.3 232.3 262.7 200 10 2-legged
56E 0 1074 537 1.157 2 2 1610.1 536.1 1 2 961.3 424.3 135.8 125 10 2-legged

56E 1438 672 281 1.166 2 981.7 309.7 2 760.3 479.3 134.7 125 10 2-legged

56E 2875 672 672 0.874 2 981.7 309.7 2 760.3 88.3 179.7 150 10 2-legged

SAP-2000 DATA Top Reinforcement Bottom Reinforcement Shear reinforcement

Top Bottom Shear 16 20 22 25 28 16 20 22 Bar Dia.


Beam Station Total Reinf. Extra Reinf. Total Reinf. Extra Reinf. Sv Provided Legged
Reinforcement Reinforcement Reinforcement mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm (mm)
12F 0 1400 1107 0.599 3 1472.6 72.6 3 1140.4 33.4 262.2 200 10 2-legged

12F 3402 1558 1329 1.022 2 3 2100.9 542.9 2 3 1542.5 213.5 153.7 150 10 2-legged

12F 6804 960 672 0.746 2 3 2100.9 1140.9 3 1140.4 468.4 210.6 200 10 2-legged

23F 0 2043 1021 0.760 2 3 2100.9 57.9 3 1140.4 119.4 206.7 200 10 2-legged

23F 3461 672 693 0.670 3 1472.6 800.6 3 1140.4 447.4 234.4 200 10 2-legged

23F 6922 1346 681 0.789 3 1472.6 126.6 3 1140.4 459.4 199.1 175 10 2-legged
REINFORCEMENT DETAILING IN SECONDARY BEAM

SAP-2000 DATA Top Reinforcement Bottom Reinforcement Shear reinforcement

Top Bottom Shear


Reinforce Reinforce Reinforce Total Extra Total Extra Bar Dia.
Beam Station ment ment ment 12 mm 20 mm Reinf. Reinf. 16 mm 16 mm 20 mm Reinf. Reinf. Sv Provided (mm) Legged
7m-Floor level

VERTICAL

BD12 0 228 166 0.285 3 339.292 111.292 2 226.1947 60.19467 352.7402 200 8 2-legged

BD12 3352 166 198 0.255 2 226.1947 60.19467 2 226.1947 28.19467 394.2391 200 8 2-legged

BD12 6704 230 166 0.339 3 339.292 109.292 2 226.1947 60.19467 296.5515 200 8 2-legged

DE12 0 267 166 0.366 3 339.292 72.29201 2 226.1947 60.19467 274.6748 200 8 2-legged

DE12 3352 166 274 0.255 2 226.1947 60.19467 3 339.292 65.29201 394.2391 200 8 2-legged

DE12 6704 338 166 0.56 3 339.292 1.292007 2 226.1947 60.19467 179.5196 150 8 2-legged

BD23 0 201 166 0.255 2 226.1947 25.19467 2 226.1947 60.19467 394.2391 200 8 2-legged

BD23 3352 54 210 0.255 2 226.1947 172.1947 2 226.1947 16.19467 394.2391 200 8 2-legged

BD23 6704 217 166 0.31 3 339.292 122.292 2 226.1947 60.19467 324.2934 200 8 2-legged

DE23 0 231 166 0.295 3 339.292 108.292 2 226.1947 60.19467 340.7829 200 8 2-legged

DE23 3352 166 199 0.255 2 226.1947 60.19467 2 226.1947 27.19467 394.2391 200 8 2-legged

DE23 6704 218 166 0.314 2 226.1947 8.194671 2 226.1947 60.19467 320.1623 200 8 2-legged

CD34 0 166 166 0.255 2 226.1947 60.19467 2 226.1947 60.19467 394.2391 200 8 2-legged

CD34 2452 166 166 0.255 2 226.1947 60.19467 2 226.1947 60.19467 394.2391 200 8 2-legged

CD34 4904 166 166 0.255 2 226.1947 60.19467 2 226.1947 60.19467 394.2391 200 8 2-legged

CD45 0 166 166 0.255 2 226.1947 60.19467 2 226.1947 60.19467 394.2391 200 8 2-legged

CD45 2452 166 166 0.255 2 226.1947 60.19467 2 226.1947 60.19467 394.2391 200 8 2-legged

CD45 4904 166 166 0.255 2 226.1947 60.19467 2 226.1947 60.19467 394.2391 200 8 2-legged
Horizontal

AB12 0 270 343 0.33 2 402.1239 132.1239 2 628.3185 285.3185 304.6393 200 8 2-legged

AB12 3402 77 615 0.277 2 402.1239 325.1239 2 628.3185 13.31853 362.9277 200 8 2-legged

AB12 6804 297 270 0.463 2 2 628.3185 331.3185 2 2 1030.442 760.4424 217.1295 200 8 2-legged

AB23 0 586 1031 1.639 2 2 628.3185 42.31853 2 2 1030.442 -0.55761 138.0079 125 12 2-legged

AB23 3461 319 853 1.283 1 2 515.2212 196.2212 2 2 1030.442 177.4424 176.3016 150 12 2-legged

AB23 6922 470 270 0.926 1 2 515.2212 45.2212 2 628.3185 358.3185 108.5648 100 8 2-legged

DE34 0 170 166 0.255 2 226.1947 56.19467 2 226.1947 60.19467 394.2391 200 8 2-legged

DE34 2856 166 168 0.255 2 226.1947 60.19467 2 226.1947 58.19467 394.2391 200 8 2-legged

DE34 5712 175 166 0.255 2 226.1947 51.19467 2 226.1947 60.19467 394.2391 200 8 2-legged

DE45 0 167 166 0.255 2 226.1947 59.19467 2 226.1947 60.19467 394.2391 200 8 2-legged

DE45 2856 166 166 0.255 2 226.1947 60.19467 2 226.1947 60.19467 394.2391 200 8 2-legged

DE45 5712 205 166 0.288 2 226.1947 21.19467 2 226.1947 60.19467 349.0659 200 8 2-legged
ANNEX-D
CALCULATION OF REINFORCEMENT IN COLUMN TAKING -Mx-max
Unsuppor Dia. of 𝑃𝑢/𝑓𝑐𝑘 𝑝/𝑓𝑐𝑘 𝑑′/𝐷 𝑀/(𝑓𝑐𝑘𝑏 𝑃𝑢/𝑃𝑢𝑧 〖(𝑀𝑢𝑥/𝑀𝑢𝑥1 )〗^(ᾀ𝑛
Depth & Height of Effective Short Maximun Minimum Assume
ted longitudin Effective Effective Mx My Moment Due to ME Design Moments 𝐷^2 ) Condition
SN Width Column cover Column Axial Eccentricity Reinforce Mux1 Muy1 Puz ᾀn
Length al Depth d Length (KNm) KN/m Check
(mm) (mm) (mm) Check Force (KN) >20 ment %
(mm) Reinforce Mx My Mx My
F1 450 4900 4200 28 54 396 2.73 short col. 2431.42 136.98 59.21 23.4 56.89523 56.89523 136.98 59.21 0.48028 2 0.08 0.12 0.088 200.48 200.48 3796.9 0.6404 1.734 0.637317802 ok
F2 450 4900 4200 28 54 396 2.73 short col. 2265.14 131.29 14.52 23.4 53.00428 53.00428 131.29 53.004 0.44744 1.7 0.068 0.12 0.082 186.81 186.81 3569.1 0.6347 1.7244 0.658279199 ok
F3 450 4900 4200 28 54 396 2.73 short col. 1338.28 84.17 16.39 23.4 31.31575 31.31575 84.17 31.316 0.26435 1.3 0.052 0.12 0.095 216.42 216.42 3265.3 0.4098 1.3497 0.353111252 ok
E1 450 4900 4200 28 54 396 2.73 short col. 2309.71 135.08 83.64 23.4 54.04721 54.04721 135.08 83.64 0.45624 2.1 0.084 0.12 0.095 216.42 216.42 3872.8 0.5964 1.6607 0.663362189 ok
E2 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short col. 1216.97 285.87 71.79 28.4 34.56195 34.56195 285.87 71.79 0.13522 1.2 0.048 0.09 0.095 513 513 5670 0.2146 1.0244 0.682749125 ok
E3 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short col. 2168.12 270.71 81.27 28.4 61.57461 61.57461 270.71 81.27 0.2409 1.1 0.044 0.09 0.092 496.8 496.8 5535 0.3917 1.3195 0.540554147 ok
E4 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short col. 1575.67 229.55 78.49 28.4 44.74903 44.74903 229.55 78.49 0.17507 1.3 0.052 0.09 0.11 594 594 5805 0.2714 1.1191 0.448933551 ok
E5 450 4900 4200 28 54 396 2.73 short col. 999.21 127.17 66.41 23.4 23.38151 23.38151 127.17 66.41 0.19737 1.4 0.056 0.12 0.15 341.72 341.72 3341.3 0.2991 1.1651 0.464406997 ok
D1 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short col. 4506.56 255.06 46.22 28.4 127.9863 127.9863 255.06 127.99 0.50073 1.7 0.068 0.09 0.07 378 378 6345 0.7103 1.8504 0.617700158 ok
D2 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short col. 3885.74 338.11 56.49 28.4 110.355 110.355 338.11 110.36 0.43175 1.6 0.064 0.09 0.081 437.4 437.4 6210 0.6257 1.7095 0.73889075 ok
D3 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short col. 3861.85 373.64 56.86 28.4 109.6765 109.6765 373.64 109.68 0.42909 1.7 0.068 0.09 0.091 491.4 491.4 6345 0.6086 1.6811 0.711299779 ok
D4 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short col. 1443.63 376.73 52.95 28.4 40.99909 40.99909 376.73 52.95 0.1604 1.3 0.052 0.09 0.11 594 594 5805 0.2487 1.0811 0.684481557 ok
D5 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short col. 861.75 196.94 168.38 28.4 24.4737 24.4737 196.94 168.38 0.09575 1 0.04 0.09 0.091 491.4 491.4 5400 0.1596 0.9326 0.794522251 ok
B1 600 3600 2900 28 54 546 1.885 short col. 5080.52 661.99 52.46 25.8 131.0774 131.0774 661.99 131.08 0.5645 3.7 0.148 0.09 0.155 837 837 9045 0.5617 1.6028 0.737832694 ok
B2 600 3600 2900 28 54 546 1.885 short col. 4614.54 721.11 163.42 25.8 119.0551 119.0551 721.11 163.42 0.51273 3.8 0.152 0.09 0.166 896.4 896.4 9180 0.5027 1.5045 0.798075077 ok
B3 600 3600 2900 28 54 546 1.885 short col. 3764.21 634.49 73.71 25.8 97.11662 97.11662 634.49 97.117 0.41825 3 0.12 0.09 0.15 810 810 8100 0.4647 1.4412 0.750340343 ok
C4 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short col. 1384.99 399.92 88.3 28.4 39.33372 39.33372 399.92 88.3 0.15389 1.2 0.048 0.09 0.105 567 567 5670 0.2443 1.0738 0.82315916 ok
C5 450 4900 4200 28 54 396 2.73 short col. 991.32 112.32 12.53 23.4 23.19689 23.19689 112.32 23.197 0.19582 1.1 0.044 0.12 0.105 239.2 239.2 3113.4 0.3184 1.1973 0.465678341 ok
G3 600 3600 2900 28 54 546 1.885 short col. 2356.99 264.41 132.56 25.8 60.81034 60.81034 264.41 132.56 0.26189 1.3 0.052 0.09 0.105 567 567 5805 0.406 1.3434 0.500803272 ok
A1 600 3600 2900 28 54 396 1.885 short col. 3385.79 346.39 135.97 25.8 87.35338 87.35338 346.39 135.97 0.3762 3.4 0.136 0.09 0.171 923.4 923.4 8640 0.3919 1.3198 0.353958573 ok
A2 600 3600 2900 28 54 546 1.885 short col. 3380.33 688.8 19.8 25.8 87.21251 87.21251 688.8 87.213 0.37559 3.2 0.128 0.09 0.162 874.8 874.8 8370 0.4039 1.3398 0.771502547 ok
A7 450 3600 2900 28 54 396 1.885 short col. 914.9 218.07 5.86 20.8 19.02992 19.02992 218.07 19.03 0.18072 1.8 0.072 0.12 0.132 300.71 300.71 3645 0.251 1.085 0.755686512 ok
A3 450 3600 2900 28 54 396 1.885 short col. 97.24 190.57 54.76 20.8 2.022592 2.022592 190.57 54.76 0.01921 2.6 0.104 0.12 0.18 410.06 410.06 4252.5 0.0229 0.7048 0.824675594 ok

CALCULATION OF REINFORCEMENT IN COLUMN TAKING -My-max


Depth & Height of Unsuppor Dia. of Eff. Short Maximun Moment Design 𝑃𝑢/𝑃𝑢𝑧 〖(𝑀𝑢𝑥/𝑀𝑢𝑥1 )〗^(ᾀ
Width Column ted longitudin cover Eff. Eff. Axial Mx My Minm. e Due to ME Moments 𝑃𝑢/𝑓𝑘 Assume p 𝑀/(𝑓𝑐𝑘𝑏 Condition
SN (mm) (mm) Length al (mm) Force (KN) (KNm) 𝑝/𝑓𝑐𝑘 𝑑′/𝐷 Mux1 Muy1 Puz ᾀn 𝑛 )+〖(𝑀𝑢𝑦/𝑀𝑢𝑦1 )〗
Depth d Length Column KN/m >20 Mx My Mx My 𝑏𝐷 % 𝐷^2 ) Check
^(ᾀ𝑛 )
Check
F1 450 4900 4200 28 54 396 2.73 short 2077.88 20.27 131.76 23.4 48.622 48.622 48.622 131.76 0.410 2 0.08 0.12 0.1 227.81 227.81 3796.9 0.5473 1.5788 0.509 ok
F2 450 4900 4200 28 54 396 2.73 short 3073.65 94.14 54.12 23.4 71.923 71.923 94.140 71.923 0.607 2.5 0.1 0.12 0.079 179.97 179.97 4176.6 0.7359 1.8932 0.469 ok
F3 450 4900 4200 28 54 396 2.73 short 2358.38 15.42 44.45 23.4 55.186 55.186 55.186 55.186 0.466 1.3 0.052 0.12 0.06 136.69 136.69 3265.3 0.7223 1.8704 0.367 ok
E1 450 4900 4200 28 54 396 2.73 short 1157.47 7.94 199.91 23.4 27.085 27.085 27.085 199.91 0.229 2.1 0.084 0.12 0.131 298.43 298.43 3872.8 0.2989 1.1648 0.688 ok
E2 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short 370.38 84.25 316.92 28.4 10.519 10.519 84.250 316.92 0.041 1.6 0.064 0.09 0.105 567 567 6210 0.0596 0.7661 0.873 ok
E3 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short 1779.15 42.15 194.36 28.4 50.528 50.528 50.528 194.36 0.198 1.1 0.044 0.09 0.095 513 513 5535 0.3214 1.2024 0.373 ok
E4 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short 1640.09 19.89 175.19 28.4 46.579 46.579 46.579 175.19 0.182 1.3 0.052 0.09 0.12 648 648 5805 0.2825 1.1376 0.276 ok
E5 450 4900 4200 28 54 396 2.73 short 1107.86 56.48 85.45 23.4 25.924 25.924 56.480 85.45 0.219 1.2 0.048 0.12 0.095 216.42 216.42 3189.4 0.3474 1.2456 0.502 ok
D1 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short 3773.4 100.19 314.25 28.4 107.165 107.165 107.165 314.25 0.419 1.7 0.068 0.09 0.09 486 486 6345 0.5947 1.6578 0.567 ok
D2 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short 3575.41 4.28 409.24 28.4 101.542 101.542 101.542 409.24 0.397 1.8 0.072 0.09 0.095 513 513 6480 0.5518 1.5863 0.775 ok
D3 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short 3732.33 32.22 323.25 28.4 105.998 105.998 105.998 323.25 0.415 1.7 0.068 0.09 0.09 486 486 6345 0.5882 1.6471 0.592 ok
D4 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short 1261.59 14.83 351.72 28.4 35.829 35.829 35.829 351.72 0.140 1.3 0.052 0.09 0.099 534.6 534.6 5805 0.2173 1.0289 0.712 ok
D5 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short 1219.3 23.51 239.57 28.4 34.628 34.628 34.628 239.57 0.135 1 0.04 0.09 0.09 486 486 5400 0.2258 1.043 0.542 ok
B1 600 3600 2900 28 54 546 1.885 short 4118.92 176.96 459.93 25.8 106.268 106.268 176.960 459.93 0.458 3.2 0.128 0.09 0.139 750.6 750.6 8370 0.4921 1.4868 0.599 ok
B2 600 3600 2900 28 54 546 1.885 short 4505.31 75.09 462.47 25.8 116.237 116.237 116.237 462.47 0.501 3.6 0.144 0.09 0.145 783 783 8910 0.5056 1.5094 0.508 ok
B3 600 3600 2900 28 54 546 1.885 short 2858.09 129.1 416.84 25.8 73.739 73.739 129.100 416.84 0.318 2.6 0.104 0.09 0.14 756 756 7560 0.3781 1.2968 0.563 ok
C4 600 4900 4200 28 54 546 2.73 short 1191.39 5.88 212.65 28.4 33.835 33.835 33.835 212.65 0.132 1.2 0.048 0.09 0.095 513 513 5670 0.2101 1.0169 0.471 ok
C5 450 4900 4200 28 54 396 2.73 short 847.67 14.19 115.05 23.4 19.835 19.835 19.835 115.05 0.167 1.1 0.044 0.12 0.095 216.42 216.42 3113.4 0.2723 1.1204 0.561 ok
G3 600 3600 2900 28 54 546 1.885 short 1410.64 62.1 565.9 25.8 36.395 36.395 62.100 565.9 0.157 2 0.08 0.09 0.14 756 756 6750 0.209 1.015 0.824 ok
A1 600 3600 2900 28 54 396 1.885 short 3235.78 49.52 319.8 25.8 83.483 83.483 83.483 319.8 0.360 3.4 0.136 0.09 0.16 864 864 8640 0.3745 1.2909 0.326 ok
A2 600 3600 2900 28 54 546 1.885 short 4713.79 142.22 499.06 25.8 121.616 121.616 142.220 499.06 0.524 3.2 0.128 0.09 0.125 675 675 8370 0.5632 1.6053 0.698 ok
A7 450 3600 2900 28 54 396 1.885 short 2502.61 80.63 113.99 20.8 52.054 52.054 80.630 113.99 0.494 1.8 0.072 0.12 0.08 182.25 182.25 3645 0.6866 1.811 0.656 ok
A3 450 3600 2900 28 54 396 1.885 short 2400.66 65.89 128.92 20.8 49.934 49.934 65.890 128.92 0.474 2.6 0.104 0.12 0.115 261.98 261.98 4252.5 0.5645 1.6075 0.429 ok

CALCULATION OF REINFORCEMENT IN COLUMN TAKING -Pmax


Unsuppor Maximun 𝑃𝑢/𝑓𝑐𝑘 𝑝/𝑓𝑐𝑘 𝑑′/𝐷 𝑀/(𝑓𝑐𝑘𝑏 𝑃𝑢/𝑃𝑢𝑧
Moment Due to ME Design Moments 𝐷^2 )
〖(𝑀𝑢𝑥/𝑀𝑢𝑥1 )〗
Depth & Height of ted Axial Minimum Assume
SN ^(
Width Column Length Effective Effective Force Mx Eccentricit Reinforce Condition
(mm) (mm) (mm) Depth d Length (KN) (KNm) My y >20 Mx My Mx My ment % Mux1 Muy1 Puz ᾀn Check
F1 450 4900 4200 396 2.73 2431.42 136.98 59.21 23.4 56.89523 56.89523 136.98 59.21 0.48028 2.2 0.088 0.12 0.093 211.8656 211.8656 3948.8 0.616 1.693 0.593453105 ok
F2 450 4900 4200 396 2.73 3073.65 94.14 54.12 23.4 71.92341 71.92341 94.14 71.92341 0.607141 2.4 0.096 0.12 0.071 161.7469 161.7469 4100.6 0.75 1.916 0.566188477 ok
F3 450 4900 4200 396 2.73 2358.48 15.42 44.45 23.4 55.18843 55.18843 55.18843 55.18843 0.465873 1.3 0.052 0.12 0.085 193.6406 193.6406 3265.3 0.722 1.87 0.191137209 ok
E1 450 4900 4200 396 2.73 2309.71 135.08 86.64 23.4 54.04721 54.04721 135.08 86.64 0.456239 2.1 0.084 0.12 0.095 216.4219 216.4219 3872.8 0.596 1.661 0.675790698 ok
E2 600 4900 4200 546 2.73 3841.27 215.67 47.32 28.4 109.0921 109.0921 215.67 109.0921 0.426808 1 0.04 0.09 0.06 324 324 5400 0.711 1.852 0.603702586 ok
E3 600 4900 4200 546 2.73 2982.457 30.957 110.73 28.4 84.70178 84.70178 84.70178 110.73 0.331384 1.3 0.052 0.09 0.1 540 540 5805 0.514 1.523 0.149074629 ok
E4 600 4900 4200 546 2.73 1797.32 2.35 52.07 28.4 51.04389 51.04389 51.04389 52.07 0.199702 1 0.04 0.09 0.099 534.6 534.6 5400 0.333 1.221 0.114924813 ok
E5 450 4900 4200 396 2.73 1732.68 56.63 49.84 23.4 40.54471 40.54471 56.63 49.84 0.342258 1.4 0.056 0.12 0.089 202.7531 202.7531 3341.3 0.519 1.531 0.258591866 ok
D1 600 4900 4200 546 2.73 4552.74 124.66 8.53 28.4 129.2978 129.2978 129.2978 129.2978 0.50586 1.2 0.048 0.09 0.05 270 270 5670 0.803 2 0.458653641 ok
D2 600 4900 4200 546 2.73 4964.42 6.28 5.62 28.4 140.9895 140.9895 140.9895 140.9895 0.551602 1.6 0.064 0.09 0.058 313.2 313.2 6210 0.799 1.999 0.405595618 ok
D3 600 4900 4200 546 2.73 4582.37 47.35 10.65 28.4 130.1393 130.1393 130.1393 130.1393 0.509152 1.2 0.048 0.09 0.049 264.6 264.6 5670 0.808 2 0.483801602 ok
D4 600 4900 4200 546 2.73 1927.1 9.1 76.72 28.4 54.72964 54.72964 54.72964 76.72 0.214122 1.1 0.044 0.09 0.105 567 567 5535 0.348 1.247 0.136755961 ok
D5 600 4900 4200 546 2.73 1770.15 180.78 96.61 28.4 50.27226 50.27226 180.78 96.61 0.196683 1 0.04 0.09 0.099 534.6 534.6 5400 0.328 1.213 0.393946842 ok
B1 600 3600 2900 546 1.885 5102.05 135.21 185.24 25.8 131.6329 131.6329 135.21 185.24 0.566894 1.6 0.064 0.09 0.058 313.2 313.2 6210 0.822 2 0.536174211 ok
B2 600 3600 2900 546 1.885 5631.2 13.84 174.09 25.8 145.285 145.285 145.285 174.09 0.625689 2.2 0.088 0.09 0.055 297 297 7020 0.802 2 0.582877571 ok
B3 600 3600 2900 546 1.885 3902.51 67.28 44.43 25.8 100.6848 100.6848 100.6848 100.6848 0.433612 1.1 0.044 0.09 0.067 361.8 361.8 5535 0.705 1.842 0.18963532 ok
C4 600 4900 4200 546 2.73 1994.2 38.66 157.26 28.4 56.63528 56.63528 56.63528 157.26 0.221578 1.1 0.044 0.09 0.104 561.6 561.6 5535 0.36 1.267 0.253938153 ok
C5 450 4900 4200 396 2.73 1523.37 2.98 79.1 23.4 35.64686 35.64686 35.64686 79.1 0.300913 1 0.04 0.12 0.081 184.5281 184.5281 3037.5 0.502 1.503 0.36460454 ok
G3 600 3600 2900 546 1.885 2356.99 264.41 132.56 25.8 60.81034 60.81034 264.41 132.56 0.261888 1.1 0.044 0.09 0.1 540 540 5535 0.426 1.376 0.518934723 ok
A1 600 3600 2900 396 1.885 3385.79 346.39 135.97 25.8 87.35338 87.35338 346.39 135.97 0.376199 2.2 0.088 0.09 0.16 864 864 7020 0.482 1.471 0.326714338 ok
A2 600 3600 2900 546 1.885 4729.52 546.1 332.55 25.8 122.0216 122.0216 546.1 332.55 0.525502 3.4 0.136 0.09 0.145 783 783 8640 0.547 1.579 0.824793748 ok
A7 450 3600 2900 396 1.885 2502.61 80.63 113.99 20.8 52.05429 52.05429 80.63 113.99 0.494343 2.1 0.084 0.12 0.087 198.1969 198.1969 3872.8 0.646 1.744 0.589582784 ok
A3 450 3600 2900 396 1.885 2400.66 65.89 128.92 20.8 49.93373 49.93373 65.89 128.92 0.474204 2.1 0.084 0.12 0.094 214.1438 214.1438 3872.8 0.62 1.7 0.556941925 ok
Depth of Width of Height of % of Area of Actual
SN Column Column Column reinforce reinforce Reinforceme
(mm) (mm) (mm) ment ment Bars nt
F1 450 450 4900 2.2 4455 8-25 &8-16 5535
F2 450 450 4900 2.5 5062.5 8-25& 8-16 5535
F3 450 450 4900 1.3 2632.5 4-32 & 3217
E1 450 450 4900 2.1 4252.5 4-32 & 8-16 4825
E2 600 600 4900 1.6 5760 8-32 & 6434
E3 600 600 4900 1.3 4680 4-32 & 8-16 4825
E4 600 600 4900 1.3 4680 4-32 & 8-16 4825
E5 450 450 4900 1.4 2835 4-32 & 3217
D1 600 600 4900 1.7 6120 8-32 & 6434
D2 600 600 4900 1.8 6480 8-32 & 8-12 7334
D3 600 600 4900 1.7 6120 8-32 & 6434
D4 600 600 4900 1.3 4680 4-32 & 8-16 4825
D5 600 600 4900 1 3600 8-25 & 3927
B1 600 600 3600 3.7 13320 16-32 & 8-12 13772
B2 600 600 3600 3.8 13680 16-32 & 8-12 13772
B3 600 600 3600 3 10800 12-32 & 4-20 1090
C4 600 600 4900 1.2 4320 4-32 & 8-16 4826
C5 450 450 4900 1.1 2227.5 4-25 & 4-12 2416
G3 600 600 3600 2 7200 16-25 7854
A1 600 600 3600 3.4 12240 16-32 12877
A2 600 600 3600 3.4 12240 16-32 12877
A7 450 450 3600 2.1 4252.5 4-32 & 8-16 4825
A3 450 450 3600 2.6 5265 12-25 & 5890

Length & Reinforcement Arrangement of Area Rebar


Column ID
breadth Required (mm2) Longtudinal Bar provided Percentage
A1-BL 600 10623 4-25ɸ+12-32ɸ 11614.47 3.23
A1-BU 600 10623 4-25ɸ+12-32ɸ 11614.47 3.23
A1-G 600 10623 12-32ɸ 11614.47 3.23
A1-1 600 8059 12-32ɸ 9650.973 2.68
A1-2 600 6939 12-32ɸ 9650.973 2.68
A1-3 600 6823 12-32ɸ 9650.973 2.68
A1-4 600 5677 12-25ɸ 5890.486 1.64
A1-5 600 4647 12-25ɸ 5890.486 1.64
A1-6 600 3964 12-25ɸ 5890.486 1.64
A2-BL 600 11281 16-32ɸ 12867.96 3.57
A2-BU 600 11281 16-32ɸ 12867.96 3.57
A2-G 600 11281 16-32ɸ 12867.96 3.57
A2-1 600 8173 12-32ɸ 9650.973 2.68
A2-2 600 6497 12-32ɸ 9650.973 2.68
A2-3 600 7366 12-32ɸ 9650.973 2.68
A2-4 600 6571 12-32ɸ 9650.973 2.68
A2-5 600 5590 12-32ɸ 9650.973 2.68
A2-6 6106

A2'-BL 450 6827 4-20ɸ+12-25ɸ 7147.123 3.53


A2'-BU 450 6827 4-20ɸ+12-25ɸ 7147.123 3.53
A2'-G 450 6827 4-20ɸ+12-25ɸ 7147.123 3.53
A2'-1 450 5993 4-20ɸ+12-25ɸ 7147.123 3.53
A2'-2 450 5677 4-20ɸ+12-25ɸ 7147.123 3.53
A2'-3 450 6552 4-20ɸ+12-25ɸ 7147.123 3.53
A2'-4 450 5737 12-25ɸ 5890.486 2.91
A2'-5 450 3797 12-22ɸ 4561.593 2.25
A2'-6 450 3248 12-22ɸ 4561.593 2.25

A3-BL 450 4381 4-20ɸ+12-22ɸ 5818.23 2.87


A3-BU 450 4381 4-20ɸ+12-22ɸ 5818.23 2.87
A3-G 450 4381 4-20ɸ+12-22ɸ 5818.23 2.87
A3-1 450 3422 12-22ɸ 4561.593 2.25
A3-2 450 2888 12-22ɸ 4561.593 2.25
A3-3 450 3434 12-22ɸ 4561.593 2.25
A3-4 450 2945 12-22ɸ 4561.593 2.25
A3-5 450 1775 12-20ɸ 3769.911 1.86
A3-6 450 1690 12-20ɸ 3769.911 1.86

D0 450 2000 8-20ɸ 2513.274 1.24


D1-B 600 9846 8-25ɸ+8-32ɸ 10360.97 2.88
D1-G 600 5479 8-32ɸ 6433.982 1.79
D1-1 600 6371 8-32ɸ 6433.982 1.79

Length & Reinforcement Arrangement of Area Rebar


Column ID
breadth Required (mm2) Longtudinal Bar provided Percentage
D1-2 600 4807 8-32ɸ 6433.982 1.79
D1-3 600 3882 8-32ɸ 6433.982 1.79
D1-4 600 3235 8-32ɸ 6433.982 1.79
D1-5 600 3143 8-32ɸ 6433.982 1.79
D1-6 600 4463 8-32ɸ 6433.982 1.79

D2-B 600 8836 12-32ɸ 9650.973 2.68


D2-G 600 6010 12-32ɸ 9650.973 2.68
D2-1 600 5865 12-22ɸ 5890.486 1.64
D2-2 600 4650 12-22ɸ 5890.486 1.64
D2-3 600 4481 12-22ɸ 5890.486 1.64
D2-4 600 4101 12-22ɸ 5890.486 1.64
D2-5 600 3341 12-22ɸ 5890.486 1.64
D2-6 600 4972 12-22ɸ 5890.486 1.64

D3-B 600 7002 16-32ɸ 7853.982 2.18


D3-G 600 5334 8-25ɸ+8-20ɸ 6440.265 1.79
D3-1 600 5882 8-25ɸ+8-20ɸ 6440.265 1.79
D3-2 600 4718 8-22ɸ+8-20ɸ 5554.336 1.54
D3-3 600 4467 8-22ɸ+8-20ɸ 5554.336 1.54
D3-4 600 3224 8-22ɸ+8-20ɸ 5554.336 1.54
D3-5 600 3133 8-22ɸ+8-20ɸ 5554.336 1.54
D3-6 600 4089 8-22ɸ+8-20ɸ 5554.336 1.54

D4-B 600 2880 8-25ɸ+8-20ɸ 6440.265 1.79


D4-G 600 3050 8-25ɸ+8-20ɸ 6440.265 1.79
D4-1 600 3947 8-25ɸ+8-20ɸ 6440.265 1.79
D4-2 600 5991 8-25ɸ+8-20ɸ 6440.265 1.79
D5-B 600 4327 8-22ɸ+8-20ɸ 5554.336 1.54
D5-G 600 2880 8-22ɸ+8-20ɸ 5554.336 1.54
D5-1 600 4269 8-22ɸ+8-20ɸ 5554.336 1.54
D5-2 600 5292 8-22ɸ+8-20ɸ 5554.336 1.54

D6 450 2000 8-20ɸ 2513.274 1.24

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Steel: Fe 500
COLUMN PLAN AT BASEMENT GENERAL NOTES:
- All dimensions are in mm unless otherwise mentioned
- Grade of concrete shall be of M25 confriming to IS 456:2000
- Reinforcement shall be HYSD Fe 500 confriming to IS 1786:1985
- DImensions are only to be read not to be measured
Title: Supervisor: Scale: not in scale
Column Plan At Basement Er. Dinesh Kumar Gupta Members: Sheet No.
Prajan Gautam 098
Pramod Gautam 103
Raj Kumar B.C. 118
Project Title:
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK
Seismic Resistant Design of
Multi-Storied Building
Ramesh Dhimal 120
Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136
01
GENERAL NOTES:
- All dimensions are in mm unless otherwise mentioned
BEAM COLUMN PLAN AT (00.0M LVL) - Grade of concrete shall be of M25 confriming to IS 456:2000
- Reinforcement shall be HYSD Fe 500 confriming to IS 1786:1985
- DImensions are only to be read not to be measured
Title: Supervisor: Scale: not in
scale
Beam Column Plan Detail Er. Dinesh Kumar Gupta
Members: Sheet No.
Prajan Gautam 098
Pramod Gautam 103
Raj Kumar B.C. 118
Project Title:
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK
Seismic Resistant Design of
Multi-Storied Building
Ramesh Dhimal 120
Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136
02
SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATION
-C1:Column (600*600)
-C2:Coumn (500*500)
-C3:Column (450*450
-MB:Primary Beam (700*400)
-SB: Sec. Beam (300*230)
-SB1: Sec.Beam (450*250)
-MB1:Primary Beam (700*450)

GENERAL NOTES:
- All dimensions are in mm unless otherwise mentioned

BEAM COLUMN PLAN AT (2.1M LEVEL) - Grade of concrete shall be of M25 confriming to IS 456:2000
- Reinforcement shall be HYSD Fe 500 confriming to IS 1786:1985
- DImensions are only to be read not to be measured
Title: Supervisor: Scale: not in
scale
Beam Column Plan Detail Er. Dinesh Kumar Gupta
Members: Sheet No.
Prajan Gautam 098
Pramod Gautam 103
Raj Kumar B.C. 118
Project Title:
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK
Seismic Resistant Design of
Multi-Storied Building
Ramesh Dhimal 120
Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136
03
BEAM COLUMN PLAN AT (3.6M LEVEL) GENERAL NOTES:
- All dimensions are in mm unless otherwise mentioned
- Grade of concrete shall be of M25 confriming to IS 456:2000
- Reinforcement shall be HYSD Fe 500 confriming to IS 1786:1985
- DImensions are only to be read not to be measured
Title: Supervisor: Scale: not in
scale
Beam Column Plan Detail Er. Dinesh Kumar Gupta
Members: Sheet No.
Prajan Gautam 098
Pramod Gautam 103
Raj Kumar B.C. 118
Project Title:
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK
Seismic Resistant Design of
Multi-Storied Building
Ramesh Dhimal 120
Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136
04
BEAM COLUMN PLAN AT (7.0M LEVEL) GENERAL NOTES:
- All dimensions are in mm unless otherwise mentioned
- Grade of concrete shall be of M25 confriming to IS 456:2000
- Reinforcement shall be HYSD Fe 500 confriming to IS 1786:1985
- DImensions are only to be read not to be measured
Title: Supervisor: Scale: not in
scale
Beam Column Plan Detail Er. Dinesh Kumar Gupta
Members: Sheet No.
Prajan Gautam 098
Pramod Gautam 103
Raj Kumar B.C. 118
Project Title:
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK
Seismic Resistant Design of
Multi-Storied Building
Ramesh Dhimal 120
Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136
05
SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATION
-C1:Column (600*600)
-C2:Coumn (500*500)
-C3:Column (450*450
-MB:Primary Beam (700*400)
-SB: Sec. Beam (300*230)
-SB1: Sec.Beam (450*250)
-MB1:Primary Beam (700*450)

BEAM COLUMN PLAN AT (10.4M LEVEL)


GENERAL NOTES:
- All dimensions are in mm unless otherwise mentioned

NOTE: Beam Column Plan of above floor are similar as 10.4m Level. - Grade of concrete shall be of M25 confriming to IS 456:2000
- Reinforcement shall be HYSD Fe 500 confriming to IS 1786:1985
- DImensions are only to be read not to be measured
Title: Supervisor: Scale: not in
scale
Typical Beam Column Plan Er. Dinesh Kumar Gupta
Members: Sheet No.
Prajan Gautam 098
Pramod Gautam 103
Raj Kumar B.C. 118
Project Title:
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK
Seismic Resistant Design of
Multi-Storied Building
Ramesh Dhimal 120
Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136
06
B


B

BOTTOM REINFORCEMENT DETAILING OF SLAB


Title: Supervisor: Scale: not in
scale
Slab bottom Reinforcemnent Er. Dinesh Kumar Gupta
Members: Sheet
Prajan Gautam 098 No.
Pramod Gautam 103
Raj Kumar B.C. 118
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY Project Title: Ramesh Dhimal 120
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK
Seismic Resistant Design of
Multi-Storied Building
Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136
07


GENERAL NOTES:
- All dimensions are in mm unless otherwise mentioned
- Grade of concrete shall be of M25 confriming to IS
456:2000
- Reinforcement shall be HYSD Fe 500 confriming to IS
1786:1985
A TOP - DImensions are only to be read not to be measured
REINFORCEMENT DETAILING OF SLAB
Title: Supervisor: Scale: not in
Members: scale
Slab Top Reinforcemnent Er. Dinesh Kumar Gupta
Prajan Gautam 098 Sheet No.
Pramod Gautam 103
Raj Kumar B.C. 118
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY Project Title: Ramesh Dhimal 120
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK
Seismic Resistant Design of
Multi-Storied Building
Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136
08
L-SECTION OF SEC. BEAM ALONG AB123 OF DIMENSION 250*450

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‘ ‘ ‘

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SECTION AT 1-1 SECTION AT 2-2 SECTION AT 3-3 SECTION AT 4-4


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SECTION AT 6-6
SECTION AT 5-5 SECTION AT 7-7 SECTION AT 8-8

CROSS SECTIONS OF SECONDARY BEAM


GENERAL NOTES:
- All dimensions are in mm unless otherwise mentioned
- Grade of concrete shall be of M25 confriming to IS 456:2000
- Reinforcement shall be HYSD Fe 500 confriming to IS 1786:1985
- DImensions are only to be read not to be measured
Title: Supervisor: Scale: not in
scale
Secondary Beam Detail Er. Dinesh Kumar Gupta
Members: Sheet No.
Prajan Gautam 098
Pramod Gautam 103
Raj Kumar B.C. 118
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY Project Title:
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK
Seismic Resistant Design of
Multi-Storied Building
Ramesh Dhimal 120
Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136
13
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B1 & B2G3

GENERAL NOTES
-All dimensions are in mm unless otherwise stated
-Grade of concrete shall be of M25 confirming to IS 456-2000
-Reinforcement shall be of HYSD Fe 500 confining to IS 1786:1985
-Dimensions are only to be read not to be measured
Title: Supervisor: Members: Scale: Not in Scale
Ground Column Cross Section Er. Dinesh kumar Gupta Prajan Gautam 098 Sheet No.
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY Project Title Pramod Gautam 103
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING Seismic Resistant Design of Raj kumar BC 118
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK Ramesh Dhimal 120
Multi-Storied Building
Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136 14
Title: Supervisor: Members: Scale: Not in Scale
Longitudianl Column Section Er. Dinesh kumar Gupta Prajan Gautam 098 Sheet No.
Pramod Gautam 103
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY Project Title Raj kumar BC 118
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING Seismic Resistant Design of Ramesh Dhimal 120
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK Multi-Storied Building Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136
15
COLUMN AND JOINT DETAILING

GENERAL NOTES:
- All dimensions are in mm unless otherwise mentioned
- Grade of concrete shall be of M25 confriming to IS 456:2000
- Reinforcement shall be HYSD Fe 500 confriming to IS 1786:1985
- DImensions are only to be read not to be measured
Title: Supervisor: Scale: not in
scale
Lapping Detail in Beam & Col. Er. Dinesh Kumar Gupta
Members: Sheet No.
Prajan Gautam 098
Pramod Gautam 103
Raj Kumar B.C. 118
Project Title:
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK
Seismic Resistant Design of
Multi-Storied Building
Ramesh Dhimal 120
Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136
16
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SECTIONATA-A

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PLAN OF STAIRCASE DETAIL-A

GENERAL NOTES:
- All dimensions are in Metres unless otherwise mentioned
- Grade of concrete shall be of M25 confriming to IS 456:2000
- Reinforcement shall be HYSD Fe 500 confriming to IS 1786:1985
- DImensions are only to be read not to be measured
Title: Supervisor: Members: Scale: not in scale

Detail of dog legged Er. Dinesh Kumar Gupta Prajan Gautam 098 Sheet No.
Pramod Gautam 103
staircase Raj Kumar B.C. 118
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY Project Title: Ramesh Dhimal 120
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK
Seismic Resistant Design of
Multi-Storied Building
Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136
17
170.0

300.0

3415.0

SECTION A-A
GENERAL NOTES:

STAIRCASE PLAN
- All dimensions are in mm unless otherwise mentioned
- Grade of concrete shall be of M25 confriming to IS 456:2000
- Reinforcement shall be HYSD Fe 500 confriming to IS 1786:1985
- DImensions are only to be read not to be measured
Title: Supervisor: Scale: not in
scale
Open Well Detail Er. Dinesh Kumar Gupta
Members: Sheet No.
Prajan Gautam 098
Pramod Gautam 103
Raj Kumar B.C. 118
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY Project Title:
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK
Seismic Resistant Design of
Multi-Storied Building
Ramesh Dhimal 120
Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136
18
SECTION DETAILING AT B-B SECTION DETAILING AT A-A
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DETAIL-A GENERAL NOTES:


- All dimensions are in Metres unless otherwise mentioned
- Grade of concrete shall be of M25 confriming to IS 456:2000
- Reinforcement shall be HYSD Fe 500 confriming to IS 1786:1985
- DImensions are only to be read not to be measured
Title: Supervisor: Scale: not in
scale
Detail of Open Well staircase Er. Dinesh Kumar Gupta Members:
Prajan Gautam 098 Sheet No.
Pramod Gautam 103
Raj Kumar B.C. 118
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY Project Title: Ramesh Dhimal 120
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK
Seismic Resistant Design of
Multi-Storied Building
Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136
19
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SECTION AT X-X
GENERAL NOTES:
- All dimensions are in mm unless otherwise mentioned

SHEAR WALL PLAN - Grade of concrete shall be of M25 confriming to IS 456:2000


- Reinforcement shall be HYSD Fe 500 confriming to IS 1786:1985
- DImensions are only to be read not to be measured
Title: Supervisor: Members: Scale: not in scale
Shear Wall Detail Er. Dinesh Kumar Gupta Prajan Gautam 098 Sheet No.
Pramod Gautam 103
Raj Kumar B.C. 118
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY Project Title: Ramesh Dhimal 120
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK
Seismic Resistant Design of
Multi-Storied Building
Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136
20
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SECTION AT A-A
PLAN OF BASEMENT WALL GENERAL NOTES:
- All dimensions are in Metres unless otherwise mentioned
- Grade of concrete shall be of M25 confriming to IS 456:2000
- Reinforcement shall be HYSD Fe 500 confriming to IS 1786:1985
- DImensions are only to be read not to be measured
Title: Supervisor: Scale: not in
scale
Detailing of Basement Wall Er. Dinesh Kumar Gupta
Members: Sheet No.
Prajan Gautam 098
Pramod Gautam 103
Raj Kumar B.C. 118
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY Project Title:
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK
Seismic Resistant Design of
Multi-Storied Building
Ramesh Dhimal 120
Roshan Ghimire 128
Sagar Bhandari 136
21
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Title: Supervisor:
Detail of Mat foundation Er. Dinesh Kumar Gupta Me
Prajan
Pramod
Raj Ku
TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY Project Title: Ramesh
INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING Seismic Resistant Design of Roshan
CENTRAL CAMPUS, PULCHOWK Multi-Storied Building Sagar B
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