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Date: 13-Aug-14

Structure Type SPACE FRAME

Number of Nodes 4 Highest Node 4

Number of Elements 3 Highest Element 3

Number of Plates 0 Highest Plate 0

Number of Design Groups 1

Number of Design Slabs 0

Number of Load Cases 1

Number of Design Briefs 1

Included in this printout are data for:

Design Group Design Brief Design Code Members

G1: Member Group 1 B1: Member1 BS8110 Beam M1

Design Group Summary - Member Group 1

Member Design Span Type Main Bars Shear

Bars

Span

Depth

Hog Sag

M1 Initial 1 Beam Ok Ok Ok Ok

2 Beam Ok Ok Ok Ok

3 Beam Ok Ok Ok Ok

Summary: the group is safe

Beam Spans

Cover

Member Span Type

Length

(m)

Top

(cm)

Btm

(cm)

Side

(cm)

Link Size

M1 1 Beam 3.200 3.0 3.0 3.0 8

2 Beam 4.200 3.0 3.0 3.0 8

3 Beam 4.000 3.0 3.0 3.0 8

Beam Supports

Member Node

Length

(m)

Support

Type

Col. Width

(cm)

M1 N1 3.200 Simple 0.0

N2 4.200 Simple 0.0

N3 4.000 Simple 0.0

N4 Simple 0.0

Member 1 - Main Steel Summary

Distance

(m)

Span

Moment

(kNm)

As Req.

(mm

2

)

As' Req.

(mm

2

)

Bottom Layers Top Layers

Bars Area Bars Area

0.000 1(s) 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

0.000 0 0

0.267 1 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-8.319 132 0

0.533 1 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-14.860 132 0

0.800 1 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-19.623 132 0

1.067 1 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-22.608 135 0

1.333 1 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-23.816 142 0

1.600 1 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-23.245 139 0

1.867 1 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-20.898 132 0

2.133 1 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-16.772 132 0

2.400 1 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-10.868 132 0

2.667 1 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 2H12 226

-3.187 132 0

2.933 1 6.272 132 0 2H12 226 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

3.200 1(e) 17.509 132 0 0 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

3.200 2(s) 17.509 132 0 0 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

3.550 2 11.897 132 0 0 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

3.900 2 7.510 132 0 0 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

4.250 2 4.348 132 0 0 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

4.600 2 2.411 132 0 0 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

4.950 2 1.698 132 0 0 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

5.300 2 2.211 132 0 0 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

5.650 2 3.949 132 0 0 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

6.000 2 6.912 132 0 0 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

6.350 2 11.100 132 0 0 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

6.700 2 16.513 132 0 0 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

7.050 2 23.151 138 0 0 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

7.400 2(e) 31.014 185 0 0 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

7.400 3(s) 31.014 185 0 0 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

7.733 3 13.151 132 0 2H12 226 2H12 226

0.000 0 0

8.067 3 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 2H12 226

-1.933 132 0

8.400 3 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-14.240 132 0

8.733 3 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-23.769 142 0

9.067 3 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-30.520 182 0

9.400 3 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-34.493 206 0

9.733 3 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-35.689 213 0

10.067 3 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-34.107 203 0

10.400 3 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-29.747 177 0

10.733 3 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-22.609 135 0

11.067 3 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

-12.693 132 0

11.400 3(e) 0.000 0 0 2H12 226 0

0.000 0 0

Summary: the member is safe

Member 1 - Shear Results Summary

Distance

(m)

Span

Shear Force

(kN)

Shear Stress

(N/mm

2

)

Asv Required

(mm

2

)

0.000 1(s) 34.528 0.372 62

0.267 1 27.862 0.305 62

0.533 1 21.195 0.232 62

0.800 1 14.528 0.159 62

1.067 1 7.862 0.086 62

1.333 1 1.195 0.013 62

1.600 1 5.472 0.060 62

1.867 1 12.138 0.133 62

2.133 1 18.805 0.206 62

2.400 1 25.472 0.279 62

2.667 1 32.138 0.352 62

2.933 1 38.805 0.425 62

3.200 1(e) 45.472 0.498 62

3.200 2(s) 45.472 0.498 62

3.550 2 14.285 0.156 62

3.900 2 10.785 0.118 62

4.250 2 7.285 0.080 62

4.600 2 3.785 0.041 62

4.950 2 0.285 0.003 62

5.300 2 3.215 0.035 62

5.650 2 6.715 0.074 62

6.000 2 10.215 0.112 62

6.350 2 13.715 0.150 62

6.700 2 17.215 0.188 62

7.050 2 20.715 0.227 62

7.400 2(e) 24.215 0.265 62

7.400 3(s) 57.753 0.632 62

7.733 3 49.420 0.541 62

8.067 3 41.087 0.450 62

8.400 3 32.753 0.359 62

8.733 3 24.420 0.267 62

9.067 3 16.087 0.176 62

9.400 3 7.753 0.085 62

9.733 3 0.580 0.006 62

10.067 3 8.913 0.098 62

10.400 3 17.247 0.189 62

10.733 3 25.580 0.280 62

11.067 3 33.913 0.371 62

11.400 3(e) 42.247 0.455 71

Summary: the member is safe

Member 1 - Shear Zones Summary

Range

(m)

Asv Provided

(mm

2

)

Legs

Spacing

(cm)

0.001 - 3.199 101 2 30.0

3.199 - 7.399 101 2 30.0

7.399 - 11.399 101 2 30.0

Summary: the member is safe

Span / Effective Depth

Member Span

Length

(m)

Type

Basic

Limit

Modified

Limit

Span

Depth

M1 1 3.200 Beam 20.0 40.0 7.9

2 4.200 Beam 26.0 52.0 10.3

3 4.000 Beam 20.0 26.8 9.9

Summary: the group is safe

Members

Member Element

Node

A

Node

B

Property

Emt Length

(m)

O. Length

(m)

M1 1 1 2 224 x 449 3.200 11.400

2 2 3 4.200

3 3 4 4.000

Member 1 - Main Reinforcing Bars

Design Length

Bar Size

Start

(m)

End

(m)

Anchorage

(cm)

1 12 0.001 2.933 40.6

2 12 0.001 2.933 40.6

3 12 2.667 8.067 40.6

4 12 2.667 8.067 40.6

5 12 7.733 11.399 40.6

6 12 7.733 11.399 40.6

Member 1 - Scheduled Bars

Bar

Mark

Type and

size

No. of

bars

Bar Length

(mm)

Shape

code

A

(mm)

B

(mm)

C

(mm)

D

(mm)

E/R

(mm)

01 H12 2 3750 00

02 H12 2 6225 00

03 H12 2 4500 00

04 H8 37 1250 51 385 160 115

Member M1 Span 1

Detailed BS8110 Design Requirements

Section Property: 224 x 449

Span Length = 3.200 m Rectangular section

Width = 225 mm Depth = 450 mm

Covers: Top = 30 mm Bottom = 30 mm Side = 30 mm

Member M1 Span 1

Detailed BS8110 Main Reinforcement

Sagging: at 1.333 m from the start of the member

Moment applied to section = 23.82 kNm

Effective depth of tension reinforcement d = 406 mm

Depth to compression reinforcement d' = 58 mm

Redistribution < 10%, hence K' = 0.156 3.4.4.4

K = (M/bd

2

fcu) = 0.026

K s K' hence compression steel not required.

z = d ( 0.5 + [ 0.25 - (K/0.9)]

0.5

) s 0.95d = 385.70 mm

Asr = (M/0.87 fyz) = 142.02 mm

2

Tension Bars provided = 2H12

Actual area of tension reinforcement = 226.19 mm

2

Minimum area of tension reinforcement = 0.13 % 3.12.5.3

Maximum area of tension reinforcement = 4 % 3.12.6.1

Actual % of tension reinforcement = 0.22 %

Minimum horizontal distance between bars = hagg + 5mm = 25 mm 3.12.11.1

Smallest actual horizontal space between bars = 125 mm

Maximum spacing of tension bars = (47000/fs) s 300 = 225 mm 3.12.11.2.4

Largest actual space between tension bars = 125 mm

Maximum clear distance between beam face and nearest main bar in tension

= max tension bar spacing / 2 = 112 mm 3.12.11.2.5

Actual clear distance between beam face and nearest main bar in tension

= 38 mm

Actual neutral axis depth of section = 43.17 mm

Moment capacity of section = 38.02 kNm

OK

Hogging: at 3.200 m from the start of the member

Moment applied to section = 17.51 kNm

Effective depth of tension reinforcement d = 406 mm

Depth to compression reinforcement d' = 58 mm

Redistribution < 10%, hence K' = 0.156 3.4.4.4

K = (M/bd

2

fcu) = 0.019

K s K' hence compression steel not required.

z = d ( 0.5 + [ 0.25 - (K/0.9)]

0.5

) s 0.95d = 385.70 mm

Asr = (M/0.87 fyz) = 104.41 mm

2

Tension Bars provided = 2H12

Actual area of tension reinforcement = 226.19 mm

2

Minimum area of tension reinforcement = 0.13 % 3.12.5.3

Maximum area of tension reinforcement = 4 % 3.12.6.1

Actual % of tension reinforcement = 0.22 %

Minimum horizontal distance between bars = hagg + 5mm = 25 mm 3.12.11.1

Smallest actual horizontal space between bars = 125 mm

Maximum spacing of tension bars = (47000/fs) s 300 = 241 mm 3.12.11.2.4

Largest actual space between tension bars = 125 mm

Maximum clear distance between beam face and nearest main bar in tension

= max tension bar spacing / 2 = 121 mm 3.12.11.2.5

Actual clear distance between beam face and nearest main bar in tension

= 38 mm

Actual neutral axis depth of section = 43.17 mm

Moment capacity of section = 38.02 kNm

OK

Member M1 Span 1

Detailed BS8110 Span / Effective Depth Check

Basic span / effective depth ratio = 20.0 3.4.6.3

fs = (2fy As req/3As prov) (1/|b) = (2 500 138.6/3 226.2) 1 = 204.27 N/mm

2

3.4.6.5

Mod. factor for tension rft. = 0.55 + ((477 - fs)/120(0.9 + M/bd

2

)) s 2.0 = 2.00 3.4.6.5

Mod. factor for compression rft. = 1 + (100As

'

prov/bd) / [3 + (100As

'

prov/bd)] s 1.5 = 1.00 3.4.6.6

Hence, modified span / effective depth ratio = 40.00

Actual span / effective depth ratio = 7.88 SAFE

Member M1 Span 1

Detailed BS8110 Shear Reinforcement

Minimum links zone: 0.001 m to 3.199 m

Maximum shear force within zone, V = 45.47 kN

v = (V/bvd) = 0.50 N/mm

2

3.4.5.2

s 0.8 \fcu and 5 N/mm

2

hence dimensions adequate

vc = 0.79 [(100 As/bvd)]

1/3

[(400/d)]

1/4

/ m 3.4.5.4

= 0.79 0.25

0.33

1.00

0.25

/ 1.25 = 0.40 N/mm

2

0.5vc < v < (vc + 0.4), hence provide nominal links 3.4.5.3

spacing provided, sv = 300 mm

minimum area of links = 0.4 bv sv / 0.87 fyv = 62.10 mm

2

area of links provided (2H8), Asv = 100.53 mm

2

OK

Member M1 Span 2

Detailed BS8110 Design Requirements

Section Property: 224 x 449

Span Length = 4.200 m Rectangular section

Width = 225 mm Depth = 450 mm

Covers: Top = 30 mm Bottom = 30 mm Side = 30 mm

Member M1 Span 2

Detailed BS8110 Main Reinforcement

Hogging: at 3.200 m from the start of the member

Moment applied to section = 17.51 kNm

Effective depth of tension reinforcement d = 406 mm

Depth to compression reinforcement d' = 58 mm

Redistribution < 10%, hence K' = 0.156 3.4.4.4

K = (M/bd

2

fcu) = 0.019

K s K' hence compression steel not required.

z = d ( 0.5 + [ 0.25 - (K/0.9)]

0.5

) s 0.95d = 385.70 mm

Asr = (M/0.87 fyz) = 104.41 mm

2

Tension Bars provided = 2H12

Actual area of tension reinforcement = 226.19 mm

2

Minimum area of tension reinforcement = 0.13 % 3.12.5.3

Maximum area of tension reinforcement = 4 % 3.12.6.1

Actual % of tension reinforcement = 0.22 %

Minimum horizontal distance between bars = hagg + 5mm = 25 mm 3.12.11.1

Smallest actual horizontal space between bars = 125 mm

Maximum spacing of tension bars = (47000/fs) s 300 = 241 mm 3.12.11.2.4

Largest actual space between tension bars = 125 mm

Maximum clear distance between beam face and nearest main bar in tension

= max tension bar spacing / 2 = 121 mm 3.12.11.2.5

Actual clear distance between beam face and nearest main bar in tension

= 38 mm

Actual neutral axis depth of section = 43.17 mm

Moment capacity of section = 38.02 kNm

OK

Hogging: at 7.400 m from the start of the member

Moment applied to section = 31.01 kNm

Effective depth of tension reinforcement d = 406 mm

Depth to compression reinforcement d' = 58 mm

Redistribution < 10%, hence K' = 0.156 3.4.4.4

K = (M/bd

2

fcu) = 0.033

K s K' hence compression steel not required.

z = d ( 0.5 + [ 0.25 - (K/0.9)]

0.5

) s 0.95d = 385.70 mm

Asr = (M/0.87 fyz) = 184.94 mm

2

Tension Bars provided = 2H12

Actual area of tension reinforcement = 226.19 mm

2

Minimum area of tension reinforcement = 0.13 % 3.12.5.3

Maximum area of tension reinforcement = 4 % 3.12.6.1

Actual % of tension reinforcement = 0.22 %

Minimum horizontal distance between bars = hagg + 5mm = 25 mm 3.12.11.1

Smallest actual horizontal space between bars = 125 mm

Maximum spacing of tension bars = (47000/fs) s 300 = 172 mm 3.12.11.2.4

Largest actual space between tension bars = 125 mm

Maximum clear distance between beam face and nearest main bar in tension

= max tension bar spacing / 2 = 86 mm 3.12.11.2.5

Actual clear distance between beam face and nearest main bar in tension

= 38 mm

Actual neutral axis depth of section = 43.17 mm

Moment capacity of section = 38.02 kNm

OK

Member M1 Span 2

Detailed BS8110 Span / Effective Depth Check

Basic span / effective depth ratio = 26.0 3.4.6.3

fs = (2fy As req/3As prov) (1/|b) = (2 500 132.1/3 226.2) 1 = 194.62 N/mm

2

3.4.6.5

Mod. factor for tension rft. = 0.55 + ((477 - fs)/120(0.9 + M/bd

2

)) s 2.0 = 2.00 3.4.6.5

Mod. factor for compression rft. = 1 + (100As

'

prov/bd) / [3 + (100As

'

prov/bd)] s 1.5 = 1.00 3.4.6.6

Hence, modified span / effective depth ratio = 52.00

Actual span / effective depth ratio = 10.34 SAFE

Member M1 Span 2

Detailed BS8110 Shear Reinforcement

Minimum links zone: 3.199 m to 7.399 m

Maximum shear force within zone, V = 45.47 kN

v = (V/bvd) = 0.50 N/mm

2

3.4.5.2

s 0.8 \fcu and 5 N/mm

2

hence dimensions adequate

vc = 0.79 [(100 As/bvd)]

1/3

[(400/d)]

1/4

/ m 3.4.5.4

= 0.79 0.25

0.33

1.00

0.25

/ 1.25 = 0.40 N/mm

2

0.5vc < v < (vc + 0.4), hence provide nominal links 3.4.5.3

spacing provided, sv = 300 mm

minimum area of links = 0.4 bv sv / 0.87 fyv = 62.10 mm

2

area of links provided (2H8), Asv = 100.53 mm

2

OK

Member M1 Span 3

Detailed BS8110 Design Requirements

Section Property: 224 x 449

Span Length = 4.000 m Rectangular section

Width = 225 mm Depth = 450 mm

Covers: Top = 30 mm Bottom = 30 mm Side = 30 mm

Member M1 Span 3

Detailed BS8110 Main Reinforcement

Hogging: at 7.400 m from the start of the member

Moment applied to section = 31.01 kNm

Effective depth of tension reinforcement d = 406 mm

Depth to compression reinforcement d' = 58 mm

Redistribution < 10%, hence K' = 0.156 3.4.4.4

K = (M/bd

2

fcu) = 0.033

K s K' hence compression steel not required.

z = d ( 0.5 + [ 0.25 - (K/0.9)]

0.5

) s 0.95d = 385.70 mm

Asr = (M/0.87 fyz) = 184.94 mm

2

Tension Bars provided = 2H12

Actual area of tension reinforcement = 226.19 mm

2

Minimum area of tension reinforcement = 0.13 % 3.12.5.3

Maximum area of tension reinforcement = 4 % 3.12.6.1

Actual % of tension reinforcement = 0.22 %

Minimum horizontal distance between bars = hagg + 5mm = 25 mm 3.12.11.1

Smallest actual horizontal space between bars = 125 mm

Maximum spacing of tension bars = (47000/fs) s 300 = 172 mm 3.12.11.2.4

Largest actual space between tension bars = 125 mm

Maximum clear distance between beam face and nearest main bar in tension

= max tension bar spacing / 2 = 86 mm 3.12.11.2.5

Actual clear distance between beam face and nearest main bar in tension

= 38 mm

Actual neutral axis depth of section = 43.17 mm

Moment capacity of section = 38.02 kNm

OK

Sagging: at 9.733 m from the start of the member

Moment applied to section = 35.69 kNm

Effective depth of tension reinforcement d = 406 mm

Depth to compression reinforcement d' = 58 mm

Redistribution < 10%, hence K' = 0.156 3.4.4.4

K = (M/bd

2

fcu) = 0.038

K s K' hence compression steel not required.

z = d ( 0.5 + [ 0.25 - (K/0.9)]

0.5

) s 0.95d = 385.70 mm

Asr = (M/0.87 fyz) = 212.82 mm

2

Tension Bars provided = 2H12

Actual area of tension reinforcement = 226.19 mm

2

Minimum area of tension reinforcement = 0.13 % 3.12.5.3

Maximum area of tension reinforcement = 4 % 3.12.6.1

Actual % of tension reinforcement = 0.22 %

Minimum horizontal distance between bars = hagg + 5mm = 25 mm 3.12.11.1

Smallest actual horizontal space between bars = 125 mm

Maximum spacing of tension bars = (47000/fs) s 300 = 150 mm 3.12.11.2.4

Largest actual space between tension bars = 125 mm

Maximum clear distance between beam face and nearest main bar in tension

= max tension bar spacing / 2 = 75 mm 3.12.11.2.5

Actual clear distance between beam face and nearest main bar in tension

= 38 mm

Actual neutral axis depth of section = 43.17 mm

Moment capacity of section = 38.02 kNm

OK

Member M1 Span 3

Detailed BS8110 Span / Effective Depth Check

Basic span / effective depth ratio = 20.0 3.4.6.3

fs = (2fy As req/3As prov) (1/|b) = (2 500 205.7/3 226.2) 1 = 303.12 N/mm

2

3.4.6.5

Mod. factor for tension rft. = 0.55 + ((477 - fs)/120(0.9 + M/bd

2

)) s 2.0 = 1.34 3.4.6.5

Mod. factor for compression rft. = 1 + (100As

'

prov/bd) / [3 + (100As

'

prov/bd)] s 1.5 = 1.00 3.4.6.6

Hence, modified span / effective depth ratio = 26.84

Actual span / effective depth ratio = 9.85 SAFE

Member M1 Span 3

Detailed BS8110 Shear Reinforcement

Minimum links zone: 7.399 m to 11.399 m

Maximum shear force within zone, V = 57.75 kN

v = (V/bvd) = 0.63 N/mm

2

3.4.5.2

s 0.8 \fcu and 5 N/mm

2

hence dimensions adequate

vc = 0.79 [(100 As/bvd)]

1/3

[(400/d)]

1/4

/ m 3.4.5.4

= 0.79 0.25

0.33

1.00

0.25

/ 1.25 = 0.40 N/mm

2

0.5vc < v < (vc + 0.4), hence provide nominal links 3.4.5.3

spacing provided, sv = 300 mm

minimum area of links = 0.4 bv sv / 0.87 fyv = 62.10 mm

2

area of links provided (2H8), Asv = 100.53 mm

2

OK

Design Group: Member Group 1 - Brief Detail: Member1 BS8110 Beam

Group Data

Top cover 30 Aggregate size 20

Bottom cover 30 Concrete strength class C20/25

Side cover 30 Bond coefficients:

Envelope one Tension 0.50

Beam segments 12 Compression 0.64

Main Reinforcement

Main bars: 500.0 N/mm

2

Material Factor m: 1.15

Bar Size Min. Bend Radius Bar Size Min. Bend Radius

6 12.0 20 40.0

8 16.0 25 50.0

10 20.0 32 64.0

12 24.0 40 80.0

16 32.0 50 100.0

Anchorage provided by a bend = 12.0 diameters

Main Bar Criteria

Top Bar Criteria Bottom Bar Criteria

Min. bar size 10 10

Max. bar size 40 40

Link hanger size 8 8

Min. layer gap 32 32

Side bars controlled by minimum size of 12

Shear Reinforcement

Max. shear considered at Centre of supports

Enhanced shear at supports Excluded

Axial load effects Excluded

Shear Bar Criteria

Shear bars: 500.0 N/mm

2

Material Factor m: 1.15

Bar Size Min. Bend Radius Bar Size Min. Bend Radius

6 12.0 20 40.0

8 16.0 25 50.0

10 20.0 32 64.0

12 24.0 40 80.0

16 32.0 50 100.0

Anchorage provided by a bend = 12.0 diameters

Min. size 8 Min. spacing 25 mm

Min. number of legs 2 Link style Closed

List of Design Groups - Structure3

Design Group Brief

G1 Member Group 1 Member1

List of Design Briefs - Structure3

Brief Code

1 Member1 BS8110 Beam

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