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SECTION-V SCOPE OF WORK & TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 1.1 INTRODUCTION : This section defines the scope and technical specification for the work Annual maintenance of Rolling Shutters and other misc. fabrication & erection works at TAPS-3&4 for 2007-2008. The objective of this work is to maintain the rolling shutters regularly for smooth & easy operation. 1.2 SCOPE OF WORK : The scope of the work will include :a) Carrying out routine servicing & repairing of the rolling shutters. b) Providing all spares & consumables as may be required. c) Maintenance of rolling shutters may be carried out in shifts depending on the actual requirement. It may continue round the clock in 3 shifts if so required. No extra claim shall be entertained on this account. d) Supply, fabrication & erection of misc. structures steel works as per actual requirement of TAPS-3&4. 1.3 MANPOWER : Experienced man power including Engineers, supervisors shall be deployed on the work. All other personnel shall be duly authorized by site in-charge before deploying them into work. A safety steward shall also be deployed for monitoring & instructing the safety aspects during works are in progress. 1.4 MODE OF MEASUREMENT & PAYMENTS :

1.4.1 Mode of measurement when not specified in the tender shall be in accordance with relevant Indian standard specifications and when not spelt in IS, Engineers decision shall be final and binding on the contractor. The payment shall be made monthly in R.A. Bills basis. 2.0 2.1 FABRICATION : GENERAL : All workmanship and finish shall be of the best quality and shall conform to the best approved method of fabrication. All materials shall be finished straight and shall be machined true and square where so specified. All holes and edges shall be free of burrs. Shearing and chipping shall be neatly and accurately done and all portions of work exposed to view shall be neatly finished. Unless otherwise directed/approved, reference shall be made to the relevant Indian Standard for
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detail fabrication, Material at the shops shall be kept clean and protected from weather.


CONNECTIONS : i. Shop connections shall be effected either by welding or bolting or as specified on the design drawings. ii. However standard M.S. bolts conforming to IS:1363 may be used for field connections in place of welding subject to approval of engineer for light members such as purlins etc. iii. Where necessary, tapered washers or flat washers or spring washers shall be used with bolts. In case of high strength friction grip bolts, hardened washers shall be used under the nuts or the heads depending upon whether the nuts or the heads are turned to tighten the bolts. The length of the bolt shall be such that at least one thread of the bolt projects beyond the nut, except in case of high strength friction grip bolts where this projection shall be at least three times the thread pitch. iv. In all cases where bearing is critical, the unthreaded bolt shall bear on the members assembled. A washer of adequate thickness may be provided to exclude the threads from the bearing thickness, if a longer grip bolt has to be used for this purpose. v. All connections and splices shall be designed for full strength of members or loads indicated unless otherwise approved. Column splices shall be designed for the full tensile strength of the minimum cross section at the splice. Unless otherwise specified, beam end connections shall be designed for 60% of the shear capacity of the beam section plus additional axial forces, if any, shown on the design drawings. vi. All bolts, nuts, washers, electrodes, screws etc. shall be supplied/brought to site 10% in excess of the requirement in each category and size. Rates shall cover the cost of this extra quantity. vii. Not more than one shop splice shall be provided to make up the full length of a member.


STRAIGHTENING: Rolled material, before being worked, shall be straightened, unless otherwise required/specified. If straightening or flattening is necessary, it shall be done by methods that will not injure the material, Long plates shall be straightened by passing through a mangle or levelling rolls and structural shapes by the use of
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mechanical or hydraulic bar/section straightening machines. Heating or forging shall not be resorted to without the prior approval of the Engineer in writing. 2.4 CUTTING : Cutting may be by shearing, cropping, sawing or machine flame cutting if permitted by Engineer. All re-entrant corners shall be shaped notch-free to a radius of at least 12 mm. Sheared or cropped edges shall be dressed to neat workmanlike finish and shall be free from distortion and burrs. i. Hand flame cutting shall be undertaken only if so permitted by the Engineer and shall only be carried out by an expert in such work. Hand flame cut edges shall be ground smooth and straight. ii. Edge planning of sheared, cropped or gas cut edges is not intended unless the sheared, cropped or gas cut edges are such as to warrant it or is specifically called for. iii. Plates channels, R.S.J., etc for circular shapes gantry girders etc shall be accurately laid off and rolled or formed to required profile/shape as called for on the drawings. Adjacent section shall be match marked to facilitate accurate assembly, welding and erection in the field. 2.5 PUNCHING AND DRILLING: a. Holes in secondary members such as purlins, girt, lacing bars etc. may be punched full size through material not over 16 mm thick. Holes must be clean cut, without burr or ragged edges. Holes for all other connections shall be drilled accurately and the burrs removed effectively. Where several parts are to be connected to very close tolerances such parts shall be first assembled, tightly clamped together and drilled through. b. Sub-punching may be permitted before assembly, provided the holes are punched 3 mm smaller in diameter than the required size and reamed after assembly to the full diameter. The thickness of material punched shall not, even in such cases, exceed 16 mm. c. When batch-drilling is carried out in one operation through two or more separable parts, these parts shall be separated after drilling and the burrs removed. 2.6 i. WELDING : Electrodes for shielded-arc manual welds shall comply with the requirements of IS:814 and/or BS:634 and / or AWS A-5.1 and shall be of approved make. ii. The Electrodes for manual arc welding shall be suitable for use in the position and type of work, as laid down in the above specifications and as recommended by the manufacturers. Electrodes classification group 1 or 2 as
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given in IS:814 shall be used for welding steel conforming to IS:226 and IS:2062. All welding shall be made with low hydrogen electrodes. iii. Electrodes flux covering shall be sound and unbroken. Broken or damaged coating shall cause the electrodes to be discarded. Covered electrodes for manual-arc welding shall be properly stored in an oven prior to use in a manner recommended by the Manufacturer and only an hour's quota shall be issued to each welder from the oven. iv. Electrodes larger than 5 mm diameter shall not be used for root-runs in buttwelds. v. Welding plant and accessories shall have capacity adequate for the welding procedure laid down and shall satisfy appropriate Standards and be of approved make and quality. The Contractor shall maintain all welding plant in good working order. All the electrical plant in connection with the welding operation shall be properly and adequately earth and adequate means of measuring the current shall be provided. vi. All welds shall be made only by welders and welding operators who have been properly trained as prescribed in the relevant applicable standards. vii. All welds shall be free from defects like blow holes, slag inclusions, lack of penetration, undercutting, cracks etc. viii. All welds shall be cleaned of slag or flux and show uniform sections, smoothness of weld metal, feather edges without overlap and freedom from porosity. ix. Fusion faces and surfaces adjacent to the joint for a distance of at least 50 mm on either side shall be absolutely free from grease, paint, loose scales, moisture or any other substance which might interfere with welding or adversely affect the quality of the weld. Joint surface shall be smooth, uniform and free from fins, tears, laminations etc. Preparation of fusion faces shall be done in accordance with the approved fabrication drawings by shearing, chipping, machining or machine flame cutting except that shearing shall not be used for thickness over 8 mm. x. In the fabrication of cover-plated beams and built up members all shop splices in each component part shall be made before such component part is welded to other parts of the member. Wherever weld reinforcement interferes with proper fit-up between components to be assembled for welding, these welds shall be ground flush prior to assembly. xi. Members to be joined by fillet welding shall be brought and held as close together as possible and in no event shall be separated by more than 3 mm.
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If the separation is 1.5 mm or greater the fillet weld size shall be increased by the amount of separation. This shall only apply in the case of continuous welds. xii. The separation between facing surfaces of lap joints and butt joints with backing plate shall not exceed 1.5 mm. Abutting parts to be butt welded shall be carefully aligned and the correct root gap maintained throughout the welding operation. Misalignments greater than 25 percent of the thickness of the thinner plate or 3 mm whichever is small shall be corrected and in making the correction the parts shall not be drawn into a slope sharper than 2 degrees (1 in 27.5). xiii. Pre-qualified welding procedures recommended by appropriate welding standards and known to provide satisfactory welds shall be followed. For nonstandard procedures, qualification tests as prescribed in IS:9595 shall be made to verify the adequacy of the procedures. A welding procedure shall be prepared by the Contractor and submitted to the Engineer for approval before start of welding. This shall include all details of welding procedure with reference to provisions of IS:9595 and IS:4353. xiv. Approval of the welding procedure by the Engineer shall not relieve the Contractor of his responsibility for correct and sound welding without undue distortion in the finished structure. xv. Voltage and current (and polarity if direct current is used) shall be according to the recommendations of the Manufacturer of the electrode being used and suitability to thickness of material, joint form etc. xvi. The work shall be positioned for flat welding wherever practicable and overhead weld shall be avoided as far as possible. xvii. No welding shall be done when the surface of the members is wet or during periods of high wind unless the welding operator and the work are properly protected. xviii. In joints connected by fillet welds, the minimum sizes of single run fillet welds or first runs and minimum full sizes of fillet welds shall conform to the requirements of IS: 816 and IS:9595. xix. xx. Fillet welds larger than 8 mm shall be made with two or more passes All complete penetration butt welds made by manual arc welding, except when produced with the aid of backing material or welded in flat position, from both sides in square-edge material not over 8 mm thick with root opening not less than one-half the thickness of the thinner part joined, shall have the root of the initial layer gouged out on the back side before welding is started from
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that side, and shall be so welded as to secure sound metal and complete fusion throughout the entire cross section. xxi. Butt welds shall be terminated at the ends of a joint in a manner that will ensure their soundness. Where abutting parts are 20 mm or more in thickness run-on and run-off plates with similar edge preparation and having a width not less than the thickness of the thicker part joined shall be used. These extension pieces shall be removed upon completion of the weld end, the ends of the weld made smooth and flush with the abutting parts. Where the abutting parts are thinner than 20 mm the extension pieces may be omitted but the ends of the butt welds shall then be chipped or gouged out to sound metal and side welded to fill up the ends to the required reinforcement. xxii. Each layer of a multiple layer weld except root and surface runs may be moderately preened with light blows from a blunt tool. Care shall be exercised to prevent scaling or flaking of weld and base metal from over-preening. xxiii. No welding shall be done on base metal at a temperature below minus 5 degree centigrade. Base metal shall be preheated to the temperature directed by Engineer prior to tack welding or welding. When base metal not otherwise required to be preheated, is at a temperature below 0oC it shall be preheated to at least 20oC prior to tack welding or welding. Preheating shall bring the surface of the base metal within 75 mm of the point of welding to the specified preheat temperature, and this temperature shall be maintained as minimum interpass temperature while welding is in progress. xxiv. xxv. Low hydrogen electrodes shall be used for welding of plates. Before commencing fabrication of a member or structure in which welding is likely to result in distortion and/or locked up stresses, a complete programmed of fabrication, assembly and welding shall be made and submitted to the Engineer for approval. Such a programmed shall include, besides other appropriate details, full particulars in regard to the following: 1. Proposed prebending in components such as flanges and presetting of joints to offset expected distortion. 2. Make up of sub-assemblies proposed to be welded before incorporation in final assembly. 3. Proposed joint forms, classification of wire and flux or electrodes, welding process including fitting and welding sequence with directions in which freedom of movement is to be allowed.

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Proposed number, spacing and type of strong details of jigs and fixtures for maintaining proper fit up and alignment during welding.


Any other special features like assembling similar members back to back or stress relief.


If so desired by the Engineer, mock up welding shall be carried out at the Contractor's cost to establish the efficacy of the proposed programme, with any modification suggested by the Engineer, in limiting distortion or/and residual stress to acceptable levels. Such modifications will not relieve the Contractor of any of his responsibilities.


INSPECTION OF WELDS: All welds shall be inspected for flaws by 100% visual on root & final and 10% DPT on final. i. In case the defective work the Contractor shall correct such defects at his own cost, and prove the soundness of rectified work ii. The correction of defected welds shall be carried out as directed by the Engineer without damaging the parent metal. When a crack in the weld is removed, magnetic particle inspection or any other equally positive means as prescribed by the Engineer shall be used to ensure that the whole of the crack and material up to 25 mm beyond each end of the crack has been removed. Cost of all such operations incidental to correction shall be to the Contractor's account


TOLERANCES: The dimensional and weight tolerance for rolled shapes shall be in accordance with IS:1852. The acceptable limits for straightness (sweep and camber) for rolled or fabricated members are:Struts and columns - L/1000 or 10 mm whichever is smaller. For all other members not L/500or 15 mm primarily in compression whichever is such as purlins, grits, smaller bracing and the web members of trusses and latticed girders Where L is length of finished member or such lesser length as the Engineer may specify. A limit for twist prior to erection in Box griders & Heavy Columns - L/1500 other members - L/1000 The twist of the member between any two sections shall be measured with the web vertical at one of the sections.

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Tolerance in specified camber of structural members shall be + 3 mm. Tolerance in specified length shall be as follow: Type of member A column finished for contact bearing Tolerance + 1 mm

Other members (e.g. beams) under 10M + 0 & -3 mm Other members (e.g. beams) 10M long and over + 0 & -5 mm. End of Members Beam to beam and beam to column connections - Where the abutting parts are to be jointed by butt welds, permissible deviation from the squareness of the end is:Beams upto 600 mm in depth - 1.5 mm Beamsover 600 mm in depth - 1.5 mm every 600 mm depth to a max of 3 mm. Where abutting parts are to be jointed by bolting through cleats or end plates, the connection require closer tollerance. Permissible deviation from the squareness of the end is :Beams upto 600 mm in depth - 1 mm Beams over 600 mm in depth - 1 mm every 600 mm depth to a maximum of 1.5 mm. Butt Joints For full bearing, two abutting ends of columns shall first be aligned to within 1 in 1000 of their combined length and then the following conditions shall be met: a) Over at least 80% of the bearing surface the clearance between the surfaces does not exceed 0.1 mm. b) Over the remainder of the surfaces the clearance between the surfaces does not exceed 0.3 mm. Where web stiffeners are designed for full bearing on either the top flange or bottom flange or both, at least half the stiffener shall be in positive contact with the flange. The remainder of the contact face could have a max. gap of 0.25 mm Depth of Members Acceptable deviation from the specified overall depth is: For depths of 900 mm and under - + 3 mm For depths over 900 mm and under 1800 mm + 5 mm For depths of 1800 mm and over - + 8 mm - 5 mm Web Plates

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An acceptable deviation from flatness in girder webs in the length between the stiffeners or in length equal to the girder depth shall be 1/150th of the total web depth. Flange Plates A reasonable limit for combined wrapage and tilt on the flanges of a built up member is 1/200 of the total width of flange or 3 mm whichever is smaller measured with respect to centerline of flange. Lateral deviation between center line of web plate and centerline of flange plate at contact surfaces, in the case of built up sections shall not exceed 3 mm. 2.9 INSPECTION: i. The Contractor shall give due notice to the Engineer in advance of the materials or workmanship getting ready for inspection. All rejected material shall be promptly removed from the shop and replaced with new material for the Engineer's approval/inspection. The fact that certain material has been accepted at the Contractor's shop does not invalidate final rejection at site by the Engineer if it fails to be in proper condition or has fabrication inaccuracies which prevents proper assembly. No materials shall be painted or dispatched to site without inspection and approval by the Engineer unless such inspection is waived in writing by the Engineer. ii. Shop inspection by the Engineer or his authorized representative or submission of test certificates and acceptance thereof by the Engineer shall not relieve the Contractor from the responsibility of furnishing material conforming to the requirements of these specifications, nor shall it invalidate any claim which the owner may make because of defective or unsatisfactory material and/or workmanship 3.0 PAINTING : i. All fabricated steel material, except those galvanized, shall receive protective paint coating as specified. ii. The surface of steelwork to be painted shall be thoroughly cleaned of all loose mill scale, rust, grease, dirt and other foreign matter by hand tool cleaning, power tool cleaning, flame cleaning or sand/shot blasting. In power brushing, sufficient care shall be exercised not to burn mill scale to a slick finish to which paint may not adhere properly. iii. The paint treatment shall be applied either by brushing or spraying on the thoroughly cleaned and dry surface. Airless spraying shall be done if so

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specified. Surfaces inaccessible after assembly shall receive an additional coat of the specified paint prior to assembly. iv. Paint shall be stirred frequently to keep the pigment in suspension. All paint delivered to the fabrication shop shall be ready mixed in original sealed containers as packed by the paint manufacturers and no thinners shall be permitted. No painting shall be done in frosty/foggy weather or when the humidity is high enough to cause condensation on the surface to be painted. Paint shall not be applied when the temperature of the surface to be painted is 5 degree centigrade or lower. 4.0 ERECTION: This erection scheme shall describe the methods proposed to be employed by Contractor of transporting his equipments, tools, tackles, gas cylinders, electrodes and all that is necessary to Site, unloading, transporting within the site, handling, assembling, hoisting and erecting of the structural and miscellaneous steel components and the type capacity and quantity of equipment that Contractor propose to bring to site for all these operations. The scheme shall also indicate the strength and trade wise composition of the work force and supervisory personnel that will be deployed by Contractor for the various operations. 4.1 ERECTION PROGRAMME: i. The successful Contractor shall submit a detailed erection programme. ii. Any modifications to the erection programme directed by Engineer for the reasons of inadequacy of the quantity and/or capacity of the erection equipment, erection personnel and supervisors, temporary bracing, guying etc., or safety of the erection methods, or stability of the erected portions of structures, or unsuitability of the erection sequence due to interference with the work of other agencies shall be incorporated by Contractor and the work shall be carried out in accordance with the revised programme. Approval by Engineer shall not relieve Contractor from the responsibility for the safe, sound, accurate and timely erection of structural steel work as required by Engineer. Contractor shall also make no extra claims for bringing additional equipment to site for erection, if so directed by Engineer. Contractor shall be deemed to have visualized all erection problems while bidding for the work and no additional compensation shall be claimed on this account

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SITE OPERATIONS: i. An experienced and qualified persons shall be in full time charge of the job.

ii. Contractor shall protect all existing plant, structures, piping, conduits, equipment and facilities against damage during erection. Any damage caused by Contractor shall be rectified entirely at Contractor's cost, to the satisfaction of Engineer. If work has to be carried out adjacent to existing switchyards or electrical installations which are live, Contractor must ensure suitable safety precautions in consultation with Engineer. iii. No dragging of steel shall be permitted. All steel shall be stored 300 mm above ground on suitable packing to avoid damage. It shall be stored in the order required for erection, with erection marks visible. All storage areas shall be prepared and maintained by Contractor. Steel shall not be stored in the vicinity of areas where excavation or grading will be done and, if so stored temporarily, this shall be removed by Contractor well before such excavation and / or grading commences to a safe distance to avoid burial under debris. iv. Scratched or abraded steel shall be given a coat of the primer for protection after unloading and handling prior to erection. All milled and machined surfaces shall be properly protected from rust/corrosion by suitable coating and also from getting damaged. v. Where beams bear in pockets or on walls, bearing plates shall be set and leveled as part of the work. All grouting under column base plates or beam bearing plates will be carried out by Contractor. 6.0 ASSEMBLY & CONNECTIONS: i. Field connections may be effected either by bolting or welding. ii. All field connection work shall be carried out in accordance with the specification. All bolts, nuts, washers, electrodes required for field connections shall be supplied by Contractor free of cost. iii. All assembling shall be carried on a level platform. 7.0 ERECTION: i. All structural steel shall be erected as per approved procedure. Proper size steel cable slings, etc. shall be used for hoisting. Guys shall not be anchored to existing structures, foundations, etc. unless so permitted by Engineer. Care shall be taken to see that ropes in use are always in good condition. ii. As erection progresses, the work shall be securely bolted to take care of all dead load, wind, seismic and erection stresses.
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iii. No welding or final bolting shall be done until the structure has been properly aligned and approved by Engineer. No cutting, heating or enlarging of the holes shall be carried out without the prior written approval of Engineer. 8.0 INSPECTION: Engineer or his authorized representatives shall have free access to all parts of the job during erection and all erection shall be subject to their approval. In case of faulty erection, all dismantling and re-erection required will be at Contractor's cost. No paint shall be applied to field welds or bolts until these have been approved by Engineer

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