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S. CIVILBABA

Load Case LASA

No.

1. GIRDER (kNm) 1910 1836

(kNm)

4. SIDL (WEARING COAT) 344 315

(kNm)

5. LIVE LOAD (kNm) with 3521 3518

impact factor

Total (kNm) 8915 8478

S. CIVILBABA

Load Case LASA

No.

1. GIRDER (kN) 287 276

(kN)

4. SIDL (WEARING COAT) 46 41

(kN)

5. LIVE LOAD (kN) with 458 498

impact factor

Total (kN) 1240 1215

Prestressing Force before long term losses (Only friction and Slip loss) for Inferior

Combination.

S. CIVILBABA

LASA

No.

1. No. of Cables 4 4

2. No. of Strands 58 58

(T)

4. Prestressing force after 769.8

Friction and Slip Losses 762.635

(T)

5. % Loss 6.43% 5.56%

Area of the section (m2) 0.715

top,Ytb (m)

CG of section from 0.900

bottom,Yb (m)

Inertia of section (m4) 0.283

Top,Ztb (m3)

Section Modulus at Girder 0.315

Bottom,Zb (m3)

7. Stresses due to Self Weight (Girder Concrete, age 7 days)

of Beam (T/m2)

Resultant Stress at (191.0/0.315) = -607.080 -591

Bottom of Beam (T/m ) 2

e 0.55

222.1 x 0.55 / 0.283 = -

Pi x e / Ztb

431.355

222.1 x 0.55 / 0.315 =

Pi x e / Zb

388.479

Resultant Stress at Top 310.761-431.355 = -120.594 -125

of Beam (T/m2)

Resultant Stress at 310.761+388.479 = 699.240 732

Bottom of Beam (T/m2)

9. Stresses due to Self weight of Girder + First Stage Prestressing

of Beam (T/m2)

Resultant Stress at -607.080+699.240 = 92.160 141

Bottom of Beam (T/m ) 2

10. Total Stresses after long term losses between Stage 1 & 2

(Loss) Pi x e / Ztb -7.43 * 0.55 / 0.283 = 14.44

of Beam (T/m2) 557.525

Resultant Stress at 92.16-10.404-13.00 = 68.75 133

2

Bottom of Beam (T/m )

% Loss due to creep of 1.05%

Concrete

% Loss due to Shrinkage 0.94%

of concrete

% Loss due to relaxation 1.36%

of Steel

% Loss due to stage 1

3.35% 4.68%

cable

11. Total stresses after Second stage Prestressing ( 28 days)

of Stage 1 cable due to 2.893%

Stage 2 Cable

% Elastic Shortening Loss

of Stage 2 cable due to 3.387%

Stage 2 Cable

Prestressing Force after 210.353

Stress loss Stage 1(T)

Loss in Prestressing Force -(222.1-7.43) x 2.893/100 =

Stage 1 Cable (Pi) -6.267

(Loss) Pi/A -6.267/0.715 = -8.769

-6.267 x 0.55 /0.315 = -

(Loss) Pi x e / Zb

10.962

Loss Stress in Top of -8.769+12.172 = 3.403

Beam (T/m2)

Loss Stress in Bottom of -8.769-10.962 = -19.731

Beam (T/m2)

Prestressing Force after 446.658

Stress loss Stage 2(T)

e (Stage 2 cable) 0.576

446.615 x 0.576 /0.283 = -

P x e / Ztb

907.914

446.615 x 0.576 /0.315 =

P x e / Zb

817.670

Stress at Top(T/m2) 624.969-907.914 = -282.945

624.969+817.670 =

Stress at Bottom (T/m2)

1442.639

Resultant Stress at Top 557.525+3.403-282.945 = 221

of Beam (T/m2) 277.983

Resultant Stress at 68.75 -19.731 + 1442.639 = 1667

Bottom of Beam (T/m ) 2 1491.658

12. Total stresses after Second stage Prestressing + long term losses between stage 2 & 3

Cable) x2.98/100 = -6.237

(Loss) Pi/A -6.237/0.715 = -8.727

-6.237 x 0.55 /0.315 = -

(Loss) Pi x e / Zb

10.909

Loss Stress in Top of -8.727+12.113 =3.387

Beam (T/m2)

Loss Stress in Bottom of -8.727-10.909 = -19.636

Beam (T/m2)

Loss in Force (Stage 2 -(446.658) x3.97/100 = -

Cable) 17.685

(Loss) Pi/A -17.685/0.715 = -24.744

-17.685 x 0.576 /0.283 =

(Loss) Pi x e / Ztb

35.947

-17.685 x 0.576 /0.315 = -

(Loss) Pi x e / Zb

32.374

Loss Stress in Top of -24.744+35.947 =11.203

Beam (T/m2)

Loss Stress in Bottom of -24.744-32.374 = -57.119

Beam (T/m2)

Stress at Top of Beam 3.386+11.203+277.98 = 229

(T/m2) 292.629

Stress at Bottom of Beam -19.636-57.118+1491.65 = 1627

(T/m2) 1414.903

% Loss due to creep of

Concrete in Stage 1 Cable 1.20%

% Loss due to Shrinkage of

Concrete in Stage 1 Cable 0.71%

% Loss due to Relaxation of

Steel in Stage 1 cable 1.06%

% Loss due to stage 1

cable 2.98%

% Loss due to creep of

Concrete in Stage 2 Cable 1.71%

% Loss due to Shrinkage of

Concrete in Stage 2 Cable 1.01%

% Loss due to Relaxation of

Steel in Stage 2 cable 1.23%

% Loss due to stage 2 5.72%

cable 3.97%

13. Stresses after stage 3(casting of Deck Slab, Age 50 days)

Construction Load (Tm )

Stress at Top of Beam 31.358/0.283 = 111.303

(T/m2)

Stress at Bottom of Beam -31.358/ 0.315 = -100.24

(T/m2)

Moment Due to Deck Slab 212

(Tm )

Stress at Top of Beam 212/0.283 = 748.195

(T/m2)

Stress at Bottom of Beam -212/0.315 = -673.826

(T/m2)

Resultant Stress at Top 292.629+111.303+748.195 = 919

of Beam (T/m2) 1152.071

Resultant Stress at 1414.903 -100.24 -673.826 973

Bottom of Beam (T/m ) 2 = 640.837

14. Property of Composite Section (Mid)

Slab (Yts)

C.G. of section from Top 0.42

of Beam (Ytb)

C.G. of section from 1.48 1.48

Bottom (Yb)

Moment of Inertia of 0.747 0.75

section

Section Modulus of Slab 1.15 1.15

top (Zts)

Section Modulus of Girder 1.78 1.77

Top (Ztb)

Section Modulus of Girder 0.505 0.51

Bottom (Zb)

15. Stress due to Prestressing + Self wt. of the Girder + Self Weight of Green Concrete

(Slab)

to removal of Shuttering

Stress at top of Girder due -31.53/1.78 = -17.723

to removal of shuttering

Stress at Bottom of Girder

due to removal of -31.53/0.505 = 62.456

Shuttering

Loss Stress in Top of Slab -1.395

(T/m2) Stage -1 Cable

Loss Stress in Top of

Beam (T/m2) Stage -1 1.82

cable

Loss Stress in Bottom of

Beam (T/m2) Stage 1- -10.55

Cable

Loss Stress in Top of Slab -3.537

(T/m2) Stage -2 Cable

Loss Stress in Top of

Beam (T/m2) Stage -2 5.743

cable

Loss Stress in Bottom of

Beam (T/m2) Stage 2- -29.283

Cable

Stress Gain due to Slab

and X Girder Weight in -8.43

the top of Girder

Stress Gain due to Slab

and X Girder Weight in 44.718

the bottom of Girder

Resultant Stress at Top -1.395-3.537-27.428 = -

of Slab (T/m2) 32.397

Resultant Stress at Top 1.82+5.74-17.72-

of Beam (T/m2) 8.43+1152.071 = 1133.519

-10.55-

Resultant Stress at

29.28+44.72+62.46+640.837

Bottom of Beam (T/m2)

= 707.979

% Loss due to creep of

Concrete in Stage 1 Cable 0.53%

% Loss due to Shrinkage of

Concrete in Stage 1 Cable 0.45%

% Loss due to Relaxation of

Steel in Stage 1 cable 0.71%

% Loss due to stage 1

cable 1.69%

% Loss due to creep of

Concrete in Stage 2 Cable 0.53%

% Loss due to Shrinkage of

Concrete in Stage 2 Cable 0.64%

% Loss due to Relaxation of

Steel in Stage 2 cable 0.95%

% Loss due to stage 2

cable 2.11%

16. Stresses after Prestressing+ Self weight Girder + Green Concrete+ SIDL+GAIN (Girder

Concrete Age 70 days, Slab Concrete Age 20 days)

of Slab

Stress at Top of Girder due 136.4/ 1.78 = 76.651

to SIDL

Stress at Bottom of Girder -136.4 / 0.505 = -270.121

due to SIDL

Stress gain due to SIDL -2.233

Weight at Top of Slab

Stress gain due to SIDL 0.197

Weight at Top of Girder

Stress gain due to SIDL

Weight at Bottom of 20.269

Girder

Resultant Stress at Top 118.63-32.397-2.233 = 20

of Slab (T/m2) 83.998

Resultant Stress at Top 76.65+1133.519+0.197 = 910

of Beam (T/m2) 1210.392

Resultant Stress at -270.121 +707.979+20.269 948

Bottom of Beam (T/m ) 2 = 458.127

17.

Stresses after long term losses between Stage 4 and Stage 5

Cable (Pi)

e 1.13

(T/m2)

Loss Stress in Top of -1.946+1.836 = -0.111

Beam (T/m2)

Loss Stress in Bottom of -1.946-6.469 = -8.416

Beam (T/m2)

Loss of Stress Stage 2 -429.386x1.99/100 = -8.537

Cable (Pi)

(Loss) Pi/A -8.537/1.485 = -5.748

(T/m2)

Loss Stress in Top of -5.748+5.544 = -0.204

Beam (T/m2)

Loss Stress in Bottom of -5.748-19.538 = -25.286

Beam (T/m2)

Resultant Stress at Top 2.832+0.895+83.998 =

48

87.725

of Slab (T/m2)

Resultant Stress at Top -0.204-0.111+1210.392 =

954

1210.051

of Beam (T/m2)

Resultant Stress at -25.286-8.416+458.127 = 778

Bottom of Beam (T/m2) 424.425

% Loss due to creep of

Concrete in Stage 1 Cable 0.36%

% Loss due to Shrinkage of

Concrete in Stage 1 Cable 0.42%

% Loss due to Relaxation of

Steel in Stage 1 cable 0.67%

% Loss due to stage 1 cable 2.45%

1.45%

% Loss due to creep of

Concrete in Stage 2 Cable 0.51%

% Loss due to Shrinkage of

Concrete in Stage 2 Cable 0.60%

% Loss due to Relaxation of

Steel in Stage 2 cable 0.88%

% Loss due to stage 2 cable 2.46%

1.99%

18. Stresses After Application of Live Load - Stage 5 ( Girder Concrete Age 90 days, Deck

Slab Age 40 days)

(Tm ) 352.1

(T/m2)

Stress in Top of Beam 352.1/1.78 = 197.872

(T/m2)

Stress in Bottom of Beam -352.1/0.505 = -697.314

(T/m2)

Stress Gain due to Live

Load in Top of Slab -5.764

(T/m2)

Stress gain due to Live

Load in Top of Beam 0.508

(T/m2)

Stress Gain due to Live

Load in Bottom of Beam 52.323

(T/m2)

Resultant Stress at Top 87.725+306.237-5.764 = 354

of Slab (T/m2) 388.198

Resultant Stress at Top 1210.051+197.872+0.508 = 1152

of Beam (T/m2) 1408.432

Resultant Stress at 424.425-697.314+52.323 = 82

2

Bottom of Beam (T/m ) -220.565

19. Stresses after long term losses (start of service stage and up to infinity) + differential

Shrinkage loss

of Slab (T/m2) 394.711

of Beam (T/m2) 1547.186

Bottom of Beam (T/m2) -544.251

% Loss due to creep of

Concrete in Stage 1 Cable 4.57%

% Loss due to Shrinkage of

Concrete in Stage 1 Cable 4.68%

% Loss due to Relaxation of

Steel in Stage 1 cable 2.08%

% Loss due to long term 15.595%

losses ( stage 1 cable) 11.33%

% Loss due to creep of

Concrete in Stage 2 Cable 6.61%

% Loss due to Shrinkage of

Concrete in Stage 2 Cable 6.68%

% Loss due to Relaxation of

Steel in Stage 2 cable 2.67%

% Loss due to long term 17.11%

losses (stage 2 cable) 16.05%

21.

% Loss due to stage 1 22.206%

cable 20.80%

22. % Loss due to stage 2 24.82% 23.35%

cable

General Observations.

1. Design need to be checked for Inner Girder.

2. Construction Sequence need to be provided in the drawing.

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