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GOVT. ENGINEERING COLLEGE, BANSWARA

GOVT. ENGINEERING COLLEGE, BANSWARA PRESENTATION ON PRACTICAL TRAINING Submitted To:- (Department of Civil Engineering)

PRESENTATION ON PRACTICAL TRAINING

Submitted To:-

(Department of Civil Engineering)

Submitted By:-

Bhavik Trivedi,

Sanjay Patidar, Sunil Meel , Manish Khatva

North Western Railway

Banswara,Udaipur,Dungarpur

(Construction of Box Culvert)

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North Western Railway Banswara,Udaipur,Dungarpur (Construction of Box Culvert) 2
Contents
Contents

Objective of Summer Training

Project Details

Introduction of Box Culvert

Components of Box Culvert

Materials Used In Construction

Equipments

Laboratory Tests

Concrete Mix Design

Layout of Construction

Execution of Construction

Loads Considered for culvert design

Concrete Mix Design  Layout of Construction  Execution of Construction  Loads Considered for culvert
Concrete Mix Design  Layout of Construction  Execution of Construction  Loads Considered for culvert
Concrete Mix Design  Layout of Construction  Execution of Construction  Loads Considered for culvert
Concrete Mix Design  Layout of Construction  Execution of Construction  Loads Considered for culvert
Concrete Mix Design  Layout of Construction  Execution of Construction  Loads Considered for culvert
Concrete Mix Design  Layout of Construction  Execution of Construction  Loads Considered for culvert
Object Of Summer Training  Application of knowledge and techniques learnt in the classroom to
Object Of Summer Training  Application of knowledge and techniques learnt in the classroom to
Object Of Summer Training  Application of knowledge and techniques learnt in the classroom to
Object Of Summer Training  Application of knowledge and techniques learnt in the classroom to

Object Of

Object Of Summer Training  Application of knowledge and techniques learnt in the classroom to real

Summer Training

Object Of Summer Training  Application of knowledge and techniques learnt in the classroom to real

Application of knowledge and techniques learnt in the classroom to real field problems and to test out and enrich one’s understanding, knowledge and skills.

Gives an insight into the working of the real sites.

Gaining deeper understanding in specific functional areas.

Gaining deeper understanding in specific functional areas.  Appreciating the linkages among different functions.
Gaining deeper understanding in specific functional areas.  Appreciating the linkages among different functions.

Appreciating the linkages among different functions.

Helps in exploring career opportunities in their areas of interest.

Introduction of

Introduction of P r o j e c t The project of Ratlam dungarpur railway line

Project

The project of Ratlam dungarpur

railway line via Banswara was sanctioned in 2011.

dungarpur railway line via Banswara was sanctioned in 2011. 176-km-long railway line out of which 126

176-km-long railway line out of which 126 km would be in Rajasthan while 50 would be in Madhya Pradesh. The estimated cost of the new

line, to be completed in five years, is Rs 2,083

crore. The Railway Board and the state government will bear 50% each of the project cost, while the land cost, including acquired land

compensation, would be borne by the state

government. The state government's move to allot Rs 1,200 crore for the project as its share.

BOX CULVERT
BOX CULVERT

BRIDGES

A bridge is a structure having a total length above 6m between the inner face of the dirt.

Classified as:

Minor Bridges Span greater than 6m upto 60m

Major Bridges Span greater than 60m

CULVERT

A culvert is a cross-drainage structure having a total length of 6m or less between the inner

The types of culverts are:

Box Culvert

Pipe Culvert

RCC Solid Slab Culvert

or less between the inner  The types of culverts are:  Box Culvert  Pipe

Components of Box

Culverts

Components of Box Culverts  Bottom Slab  Vertical walls  Deck Slab  Haunch 
Components of Box Culverts  Bottom Slab  Vertical walls  Deck Slab  Haunch 

Bottom Slab

Vertical walls

Deck Slab

Haunch

Wing Wall

Return Wall

Drop Wall

Curtain wall

Earth Retainer

walls  Deck Slab  Haunch  Wing Wall  Return Wall  Drop Wall 
walls  Deck Slab  Haunch  Wing Wall  Return Wall  Drop Wall 
walls  Deck Slab  Haunch  Wing Wall  Return Wall  Drop Wall 
Materials Used In Construcion  Cement (OPC 43 grade)  Coarse aggregate (20mm)  Fine
Materials Used In Construcion  Cement (OPC 43 grade)  Coarse aggregate (20mm)  Fine
Materials Used In Construcion  Cement (OPC 43 grade)  Coarse aggregate (20mm)  Fine
Materials Used In Construcion  Cement (OPC 43 grade)  Coarse aggregate (20mm)  Fine

Materials Used In Construcion

Cement (OPC 43 grade)

Coarse aggregate (20mm)

Fine aggregate(sand)

Super plasticizer

Steel (fe 500, rubbed bars,TMT)

Shuttering (couplar,box channel)

 Super plasticizer  Steel (fe 500, rubbed bars,TMT)  Shuttering (couplar,box channel) 
 Super plasticizer  Steel (fe 500, rubbed bars,TMT)  Shuttering (couplar,box channel) 
 Super plasticizer  Steel (fe 500, rubbed bars,TMT)  Shuttering (couplar,box channel) 

Equipment Used :

Transit Mixer(Miller) :

capacity

6

m3

Boom Placer

Hydraulic Excavator

Auto level

Batching Plant (Mechanically operated)

Needle Vibrator

Boom Placer  Hydraulic Excavator  Auto level    Batching Plant (Mechanically operated) Needle
Boom Placer  Hydraulic Excavator  Auto level    Batching Plant (Mechanically operated) Needle
Boom Placer  Hydraulic Excavator  Auto level    Batching Plant (Mechanically operated) Needle
Boom Placer  Hydraulic Excavator  Auto level    Batching Plant (Mechanically operated) Needle
Boom Placer  Hydraulic Excavator  Auto level    Batching Plant (Mechanically operated) Needle
Boom Placer  Hydraulic Excavator  Auto level    Batching Plant (Mechanically operated) Needle
Boom Placer  Hydraulic Excavator  Auto level    Batching Plant (Mechanically operated) Needle

Laboratory Tests:

Compressive Strength Test

 

Aggregate :

1.

Impact value

2.

Crushing value

3.

Los angles

4.

Pycnometer test

Sand

:

Sieve Anaylysis

liquid limit

Specific gravity indicates amount of water

that an sample can absorb in its pore

Field Test :  Slump cone test : 150mm slump  Layout of any culvert
Field Test :  Slump cone test : 150mm slump  Layout of any culvert
Field Test :  Slump cone test : 150mm slump  Layout of any culvert
Field Test :  Slump cone test : 150mm slump  Layout of any culvert

Field Test :

Slump cone test :

150mm slump

Layout of any culvert using Auto Level.

Chainage : It is distance travelled along a survey line starting from a fixed commenced point.

Building of Dungarpur Railway Station is starting point i.e. chainage is 0 at dungarpur railway station.

Slope is provided at layout time by fixing center chainage of culvert.

chainage is 0 at dungarpur railway station.  Slope is provided at layout time by fixing
chainage is 0 at dungarpur railway station.  Slope is provided at layout time by fixing
Concrete Mix Design :  IS 10262 : 2009  M35 concrete is to be

Concrete Mix Design :

IS 10262 : 2009

M35 concrete is to be designed.

Slump required- 125mm-150mm

Admixture : Super Plasticizer

Crushed Angular Aggregate

W/C ratio :0.4

NOTE :

For getting desired slump content of admixture can’t be

increased we have to redesign concrete in that case.

Layout of Construction  For establishing location of any bridge we are given center line

Layout of Construction

For establishing location of any bridge we are given

center line chainage of the given bridge.

Now from Gps survey we can determine the center point location.

For providing better drainage slope of 1 in 100 is provided but slope is provided before construction of superstructure.

By turning Autolevel through various angles we can plot layout of our bridge.

Dimension of all the components of bridge is decided

Basics of Bar Bending Schedule.  Cutting Length : It is the length reduced at
Basics of Bar Bending Schedule.  Cutting Length : It is the length reduced at
Basics of Bar Bending Schedule.  Cutting Length : It is the length reduced at
Basics of Bar Bending Schedule.  Cutting Length : It is the length reduced at

Basics of Bar Bending Schedule.

Cutting Length : It is the length reduced at the bends

of 90 degree and 45 degree.

For 90 degree- 2d

For 45 degree 1d

No. of bars (+1)

In the wing wall length of each bar is different and is calculated by considering slope of wall.(curtailment

Chairs, Key, Shear link up bars.

Cover (50mm)

and is calculated by considering slope of wall.(curtailment  Chairs, Key, Shear link up bars. 
and is calculated by considering slope of wall.(curtailment  Chairs, Key, Shear link up bars. 

Execution of construction:

200mm thick sand layer.

150mm thick pcc base course (M20).

Survey after sand and p.c.c layer also to check bed slope.

Pouring of concrete not with a height greater than 1.5 m

Shuttering load(450mm)

150mm thick boulder outside bridge.

Range of vibrator

150mm thick wearing course at bed level.

load(450mm)  150mm thick boulder outside bridge.  Range of vibrator  150mm thick wearing course

Earth filling :

Burms

Filling slope

Compaction after every 400mm layer of filling

Core cutter test to check dry density after each layer.

Railway curve (design)

Cutting by explosions

Core cutter test to check dry density after each layer.  Railway curve (design)  Cutting
Core cutter test to check dry density after each layer.  Railway curve (design)  Cutting
Core cutter test to check dry density after each layer.  Railway curve (design)  Cutting
Core cutter test to check dry density after each layer.  Railway curve (design)  Cutting
Core cutter test to check dry density after each layer.  Railway curve (design)  Cutting
Core cutter test to check dry density after each layer.  Railway curve (design)  Cutting
burms
burms
burms
burms

burms

burms
cutting
cutting
cutting
cutting

cutting

cutting
curve
curve
curve
curve

curve

curve
Structural Analysis  Loads considered are : Dead loads Live loads Dynamic effects Seismic force
Structural Analysis  Loads considered are : Dead loads Live loads Dynamic effects Seismic force
Structural Analysis  Loads considered are : Dead loads Live loads Dynamic effects Seismic force
Structural Analysis  Loads considered are : Dead loads Live loads Dynamic effects Seismic force
Structural Analysis
Structural Analysis

Loads considered are :

Dead loads

Live loads

Dynamic effects Seismic force

Earth pressure

Surcharge pressure

By moment distribution method we can analyze.

Loading is calculated by considering 25t loading IRS 2008

References :

Bridge codes :

1785 part 1

1785 part 2

1786

IRS standard 2008

IRS Bridge Substructure and foundation Code

IRS bridge rules

Concrete Mix design 10262: 2009

Mr. Dhanraj Potter (J.En. , NWR Banswara)

Mr. Parmindar Singh Rathor (A.En., NWR Banswara)

Mr. Anil Tiwari (Site Engineer, GDCL)

Department of Civil Engineering, GEC Banswara

NWR Banswara)  Mr. Anil Tiwari (Site Engineer, GDCL)  Department of Civil Engineering, GEC Banswara
NWR Banswara)  Mr. Anil Tiwari (Site Engineer, GDCL)  Department of Civil Engineering, GEC Banswara
NWR Banswara)  Mr. Anil Tiwari (Site Engineer, GDCL)  Department of Civil Engineering, GEC Banswara
NWR Banswara)  Mr. Anil Tiwari (Site Engineer, GDCL)  Department of Civil Engineering, GEC Banswara
NWR Banswara)  Mr. Anil Tiwari (Site Engineer, GDCL)  Department of Civil Engineering, GEC Banswara
NWR Banswara)  Mr. Anil Tiwari (Site Engineer, GDCL)  Department of Civil Engineering, GEC Banswara

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