1. Self weight (columns,beams and shear walls for the entire building) 2. Brickwall over the exterior beams except on shear wall only are added. 3. The dead load on slab- Self weight of slab+Finish+Construction load +15% for furniture, staircase, water tank etc is added with an intensity of 6KN/Sq.m. A manual check for these items are … Continue reading To check The Dead load as per Staad for no of floors
Example The structure is 36x21m and is symmetrical in x and Z direction as well as in vertical elevation and its total height from the footing is 74m.(21 storey) The building is in Zone III and the time period as per IS 1893-2002(PartI) for infill is taken 0.09h/√d. After analysis through STAADPRO the followings check is carried … Continue reading HOW TO DO MANUAL CHECK AGAINST STAAD RESULTS FOR SEISMIC FORCES?
LOADS: Correct assessment of loads both dead and live loads are important since excessive assumed loads may lead to uneconomical member sizes and footing sizes. Also excessive loads will be adding more weight in the case of seismic forces. In order to have equilibrium i.e .ΣV=0 under the Load case DEAD LOAD calculate the total dead load on all … Continue reading Manual checking of Staadpro output