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9.1

GENERAL FEATURES

Stair cases are provided for connecting successive floors. It is comprised with flights of steps with inter mediate landings which provides rest to the user and support for the flight. A passage is provided at the start of staircase then for the vertical rise a flight is provided with rise and tread. Rise provided in the steps is normally 6 inch which conforms with the comfort of the user. Tread provided is 9.5 inch which can be more if the number of user is more depending on the type of building. The width of the stair can be between 3.5ft to 5 ft depending on the use. Generally public buildings should be provided with larger width. Going is the horizontal projection of the inclined flight between the first and the last riser. A flight is generally consist of two landings with going in between of 10 to 12 steps. Staircases can be designed in many forms as per the requirement of the user and the facility and space available in the construction. Design procedure of few types are discussed in this chapter.

9.2

Stair cases can be of varying geometrical shapes and structural behavior. Some of the most common types of staircases are shown is subsequent discussion.

STAIR CASES

LANDING

PASSAGE

Most commonly used in buildings. It comprises with two flights and a landing or lobby in between. Normally the landing is provided at mid height. The landing acts as a support of the flight and landing is supported by beams or wall.

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Open well

UP

UP

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Generally adopted in public building where adequate space can be provided for staircases. It ahs quarter landings which provide more comfort to user. Moreover the open well provide adequate ventilation. The flights are consisted of lesser steps in comparison to dog legged staircases.

9.2.3

This type of staircase is normally used for aesthetic beautification. No support for landing is provided. The tread and riser is constructed as folded plates. The construction of this types of staircase is costly as reinforcement required is more.

Tread

Riser

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Cantilever slab

Rise

In this type of staircase cantilever horizontal tread are projected from a wall or an inclined beam. This type of staircase needs complicated formwork and normally used for aesthetic beautification.

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9.3

LANDING

PASSAGE

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The figure above shows the plan of the stair hall. Let the rise be 6 inch and trade be 9.5 inch. The width of each flight is 3.5 inch. Height of each flight =

10 = 5 ft. 2 5 12 = 10 risers in each flight. No of risers required = 6 No of tread in each flight = 10-1 = 9. Space occupied be trades = 9 9.5 = 7.125 ft. Width of landing =4.5 ft. Width of passage =4.5 ft. Size of stair hall = 7 ft 16.125 ft.

The landing slab acts together with the going as a single slab. The bearing of the slab into the wall may be considered 6.5 inch. Then the effective span = 7.125 + 4.5 + 6.5 = 12.17 ft. 12

Considering one-way slab with both end continuous minimum thickness is So, t = l 12.17 = = 5.22inches 6 inches. 28 28 6 Self weight of the slab = 150 1 = 75 plf. 12 1 Tread Riser Tread 150 Self weight of the steps = 12 12 12 2 9.5 6 9.5 = 0.5 150 12 12 12 =37.5 plf.

l . 28

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Total dead load =75+37.5+20=132.5. Live load = 100 plf. So, Design factored load = 1.4 132.5 + 1.7 100 =355.5 plf.

Maximum Moment

M max =

Check for depth 3 87 = 0.0278 40 87 + 140

M max

d2 =

f y b1 0.59

d = 2.9 inch

And t = 2.9+1=3.9 inch (with 1 inch clear cover) t =3.9 inch < 6 inch (Ok)

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Distribution Bar.

Minimum reinforcement is provided as temperature and shrinkage reinforcement. Temperature and shrinkage reinforcement, Ast = 0.002 b t = 0.002 12 6 = 0.144in 2 / ft

# 3 bar can be used. The spacing will be, S= 0.11 12 = 9 inch c/c. 0.144

Longitudinal Steel.

This is selected by trial. Assumed a (inch) Steel Area, As = (inch ) Trial-1 a=1.0

78.97 = 0.49 1 0.9 40 5 2 78.97 = 0.47 As = 0.6 0.9 40 5 2

As =

2

Trial No

f y d

a 2

a= (inch) a=

As f y 0.85 f c b Comments

Trial-2

a=0.6

a=

It can be furnished by using # 4 bar. Spacing = 0.22 12 = 5.62 6 inch center to center. 0.47

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Step 6: Detailing

The following points are to be remembered in detailing:

The main reinforcement should be bent to follow the bottom profile of the stair. Near the landing the reinforcement should be taken straight up and then bent in the compression zone of landing. For tensile stress in the landing zone separate set of bars should be used as shown in the detailing. The length of each type of bar on either side of the crossing should be at least equal to 2 ft 2 inches. All the bars of the tensile reinforcement should be taken into the supports and anchorage and development length requirement must be fulfilled. Distribution bars should be used parallel to the width of the steps.

LANDING

# 3 bar @ 9 inch c/c # 4 bar @ 6 inch c/c PASSAGE # 3 bar @ 9 inch c/c # 4 bar @ 6 inch c/c

Figure 9.6:

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PASSAGE

LANDING

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9.4

4.5 ft

4.5 ft

4 ft

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Width of steps= 4.5 ft Height of first flight =4.5 ft Height of 2nd flight = 3 ft Total height between the floors = 15 ft First landing= 4.5 ft 2nd landing = 4.5 ft Riser raised in first flight = 9 Riser = 6 inch Tread = 11.5 inch The size of stair hall= 13.79 ft 16.17 ft

Let for steel f y = 40000 psi And for concrete f c = 3000 psi

The bearing of the landing slab into the wall is 6.5 inch. 6.5 Therefore the effective span = 7.67 + 4.5 + = 12.71 ft 12 Considering one-way slab with both end continuous minimum thickness is So, t = 12.71 l = = 5.45inches 5.5inches 28 28

l 28

5.5 150 1 = 68.75 plf 12 1 tread riser tread Self weigh of the steps = 150 12 12 12 2 11.5 6 11.5 150 = 37.5 plf = 0.5 12 12 12 Floor finish=20 plf Self weight of the slab = Live load = 100 plf [can be determined by table 1.1 of ACI code]

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Total Dead load =68.75+37.5+20=126.25 plf Design factored load = 1.4 126.25+1.7 100=346.75 plf

Bending Moment Calculation:

M max

3 87 = 0.0278 4 87 + 40 M max 84.02 = d2 = 40 fy f y b1 0.59 0.9 0.0278 40 12 1 0.59 0.0278 3 f c

d = 2.99 inch 3 inch Provide 1inch clear cover t=3+1=4 inch<6 inch or 5.5 inch So, Design is OK. Available d =5.5-1=4.5 inch

Reinforcement Calculation:

Distribution Bar

Only minimum reinforcement is provided as temperature and shrinkage reinforcement. Temperature and shrinkage reinforcement Ast = 0.002 bt = 0.002 12 5.5 = 0.132in 2 / ft So # 3 Bar can be used. 0.11 12 Spacing = = 10 inch c/c. 0.132

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Longitudinal bar

Trial No

Assumed a (inch)

Steel Area, As =

(inch2)

f y d

a 2

a= (inch)

As f y

0.85 f c b

Comments

Trial-1

a=1.0

Trial-2

a=0.7

84.02 0.58 40 = 0.58 a= = 0.76 Not OK 1 0.85 3 12 0.9 40 4.5 2 84.02 0.56 40 = 0.56 a = As = = 0.73 OK 0.7 0.85 3 12 0.9 40 4.5 2 As =

So, As = 0.56in 2 can be provided. It can be furnished by using # 4 bar. 0.22 12 Spacing= = 4.71 5 inch c/c. 0.56

Let the bearing of the landing slab into the wall is 6.5 inch. 6.5 6.5 The effective span= + 4.5 + 4.79 + 4.5 + = 14.87 ft 12 12 Considering one way slab with both end continuous minimum thickness is So, t=

l 14.87 = = 6.5inch 28 28 l 28

6.5 150 1 = 81.25 plf 12 1 tread riser tread Self weight of the steps = 150 12 12 12 2 11.5 6 11.5 150 = 0.5 12 12 12 =37.5 plf Self weight of the slab =

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Total dead load =81.25+37.5+20=138.75 Live load = 100 plf So, designed factored load=1.4 138.75+1.7 100=364.25 plf

M max =

3 87 = 0.0278 4 87 + 40 M max 120.81 = d2 = 40 fy f y b1 0.59 0.9 0.0278 40 12 1 0.59 0.0278 3 f c

d=3.59 4 inch Provide 1-inch clear cover t=4+1=5 inch <6.5 inch So, design is Ok d available = 6.5 1 = 5.5inch

Reinforcement Calculation:

Distribution Bar

Only minimum reinforcement is provided as temperature and shrinkage reinforcement. Temperature and shrinkage reinforcement Ast = 0.002 12 6.5 = 0.156in 2 / ft If # 3 bar is used as distribution reinforcement 0.11 12 Spacing= = 8.46 8 inch c/c. 0.156

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Longitudinal bar

Trial No

Assumed a (inch)

Steel

(inch2)

Area,

As =

f y d

a 2

a= (inch) a=

As f y

0.85 f c b

Comments

Trial-1

a=1.0

Trial-2

a=0.85

a=

So, As = 0.66in 2 can be provided. It can be furnished by using # 4 bar. Required spacing= 0.22 12 = 4 inch c/c. 0.66

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Step 5: Detailing

# 3 Bar @10 inch c/c # 4 bar @5 inch c/c # 4 bar @5 inch c\c 11.5 inch 6 inch

4.5 ft

7.67 ft

4 ft

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11.5 inch

4.5 ft

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