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CONTENTS

 ABOUT PROJECT.
 LOAD COMBINATIONS.
 DATA TAKEN FOR DESIGN.
 DIMENSIONS PROVIDED FOR STRUCTURAL
ELEMENTS.
 CONCLUSION.
 REFERENCES.
ABOUT PROJECT

THE PROPOSED PROJECT IS AN G+1 R.C

FRAMED STRUCTURE HAVING TOTAL BUILTUP

AREA OF 720 Sq.ft.


PLAN
BEAM LAYOUT
COLUMN LAYOUT
SLAB LAYOUT
DATA TAKEN FOR DESIGN

S.B.C. of Soil = 300KN/m2


Depth of Foundation below G.L = 1.0 m
Ground Floor Height = 3.8 m
First Floor Height = 3.2m
Grade of Concrete = 25 N/mm2
Grade of Steel = 415N/mm2
Cont…
 Density of Concrete =25 kN/m3
 Density of Wall = 19 kN/m3
 Thickness of slab = 150mm for all floors
 Column size = 230mm X 450mm
 Beam size: = 230mm X 450mm
 Partition wall beam size=230mmX300
 Varnadah column size =230X230
 Thickness of main wall =230 mm
 Thickness of partition wall =115 mm
DEAD LOADS
Dead Load = Slab thickness x Density
= 0.15 x 25
= 3.75 KN/m2
Floor Finish = 1 KN/m2
Total dead load of the slab=4.75 KN/m2
WALL LOADS
Dead load of walls in ground floors
Height of main walls = 3.8-.45 = 3.35m
Height of partition walls=3.8-.30=3.5m
Dead load of partition wall = 19X0.115X3.5 = 7.6475kN/m
Dead load of main wall =19X0.23X3.35= 14.6395kN/m

Dead load of walls in first floors


Height of main walls = 3.2-.45 = 2.75m
Height of partition walls=3.2-.30=2.9m
Dead load of partition wall = 19X0.115X2.9 = 6.3365kN/m
Dead load of main wall =19X0.23X2.75= 12.0175kN/m

Dead load of walls in roof level


Height of walls = 1m
Dead load of partition wall = 19X0.115X1 = 2.185kN/m
LIVE LOADS
(AS PER IS 875:2000-PART2)

 1stfloor 3.0 kN/m2


 Terrace 1.5 kN/m2
LOAD COMBINATIONS
(Load combination: All required load combinations as per IS:456-2000)

 ( D.L+L.L)
 1.5(D.L+L.L)
Where,
D.L = DEAD LOAD
L.L = LIVE LOAD
STAAD MODEL
3-D RENDERED VIEW
DEAD LOAD
LIVE LOAD
WALL LOAD
COVER TO REINFORCEMENT
 Footings 50 mm
 Columns 40 mm
 Floor/roof beams 30 mm
 Floor/roof slab 25 mm
Effective depth of slab=125mm
STEPS INVOLVED IN COLUMN DESIGN
 Step 1:Data Required (i.e., Characteristic compressive strength
of concrete fck, Characteristic strength of steel = fy, column
width b, column breadth D, Length L, staad results (i.e, Axial
force Fx, My, Mz)
 Step 2: Calculate Slenderness ratio.
 Step 3: Check minimum eccentricities.
 Step 4: Calculate the area of steel.
 Step 5: Calculate the reinforcement .
 Step 6: Calculate Transverse reinforcement.
 Step 7: Assume the spacing of tie bars.
COLUMN REINFORCEMENT DETAILS
GROUPING OF COLUMNS FOR GROUND FLOOR

Group of column C1 C2 C3

No. of column 3(89,86,70) 6(80,72,76,82,77,87) 3(74,84,68)

Column size 0.23X0.45 0.23X0.45 0.23X0.45

Main 6 bars of 16mm Φ 8 bars of 12mm Φ 8 bars of 12mm Φ


reinforcement

Lateral ties 8mm @230c/c 8mm @192c/c 8mm @192c/c


GROUPING OF COLUMNS FOR FIRST FLOOR

Group of column C1 C2 C3

No. of column 3(90,85,69) 6(75,79,71,78,88,81 3(73,67,83)


)

Column size 0.23X0.45 0.23X0.45 0.23X0.45

Main 6 bars of 16mm Φ 8 bars of 12mm Φ 8 bars of 12mm Φ


reinforcement

Lateral ties 8mm @230c/c 8mm @192c/c 8mm @192c/c


STEPS INVOLVED IN BEAM DESIGN
 Step 1: Data Required(i.e., Grade of concrete, Grade of steel,
Clear cover to reinforcement, width of beam B, depth of beam
D, Staad results(i.e., Max +Mz, Max -Mz, Max shear-Y))
 Step 2: Calculate the limiting moment of resistance
 Step 3: Calculate the +ve bending moment and –ve bending
moments at mid span
 Step 4: Calculate the reinforcement at +ve and –ve bending
moments
 Step 5: Calculate the equivalent shear force
 Step 6: Check for shear
BEAM REINFORCEMENT DETAILS
Group of B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6
beam
No. of beam 3 7 2 2 6 5

Beam 33,34,35 43,27,29,2 23,24 32,44 26,107,31, 41,106,40,42,


number 8,37,38,39 30, 25,36 108

Beam size 0.23X0.45 0.23X0.45 0.23X0.4 0.23X0.45 0.23X0.45 0.23X0.30


5
Reinforceme 2 bars of 4 bars of 4 bars of 3 bars of 4 bars of 2 bars of
nt for +ve 12mm Φ 12mm Φ 12 mm Φ 12mm Φ 12mm Φ 12mm Φ
BM
For -ve BM 3 bars of 2 bars of 3 bars of 2 bars of 3 bars of 3 bars of
12mm Φ 12mm Φ 12mm Φ 12mm Φ 12mm Φ 12mm Φ

stirrups 8mm 8mm 8mm 8mm 8mm 8mm


@300c/c @300c/c @300c/c @300c/c @300c/c @350c/c
STEPS INVOLVED IN FOOTING DESIGN
 Step 1: Data Required(i.e., Grade of concrete, Grade of steel,
Clear cover, Width of footing B, Length of footing L, Staad
results (i.e., P(ForceY), Mx, Mz),SBC of soil, Size of column.
 Step 2: Calculate the area required for footing.
 Step 3: Check for Pressure under Footing.
 Step 4: Check for Depth.
 Step 5: Calculate the reinforcement.
 Step 6: Check for Shear (One way shear)
 Step 7: Check for shear (Two way shear)
GROPING OF FOOTINGS
TYPE F1 F2 F3 F4
No of Footing 2 4 5 1

Node no 56,57 52,53,54,55 50,51,59,60,58 49

Footing size 2.50x2.45 2.3x2.5 2.1x2.3 2x2

Depth 750 700 600 600

Spacing 125 125 125 125

Reinforcement 8# of 16mm 8# of 12mm 8# of 12mm 8# of 12mm

Distribution bars 10#of 8# of 12mm 8# of 12mm 8# of 12mm


12mm
STEPS INVOLVED IN SLAB DESIGN
 Step-1:Data Required(i.e., Shorter span lx, Longer span ly ,
Grade of concrete ,Grade of steel ,Boundary condition ,Clear
cover to reinforcement)
 Step-2: Check the slab whether it is one way or two way slab.
 Step-3: calculate dead load and live load coming on slab.
 Step-4: Analysis of slab is done as per Table 26 of IS: 456-2000
by taking bending moment co-efficient.
 Step-5: Design of Reinforcement
 Step-6: Check for Deflection
SLAB REINFORCEMENT DETAILS
SLAB NAME SLAB STEEL IN SHORTER DIRECTION STEEL IN LONGER DIRECTION
DIMENSION
Mxx- Mxx+ -Myy- Myy+

S1 4.2X4.3 #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c

S2 2.046X4.30 #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c

S3 3.90X4.10 #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c

S4 2.346X2.60 #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c

S5 1.50X2.346 #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c

S6 2.66X3.52 #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c

S7 1.03X1.23 #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c

S8 1.31X2.6 #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c #8mm@225c/c


CONCLUSION
 The structural components designed are safe and
economical.
 All the designs are carried out according to I.S codes.
 The analysis has done in Staad Pro.
 The structural members are analyzed by limit state
design. This design is very useful in providing the
reinforcement as required for the load. In limit state
design method, the characteristic strength of concrete
and that of steel are taken into consideration.