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Submitted By:
 Shubham V. Parab 1202016
 Akshay A. Nikam 1202019
 Sujit H. Sonwalkar 1202015
 Aniket K. Mane 1202032
U...
Objectives
 To study pre engineered building.
 To prepare a model of P.E.B.
 To analyze structure using Staad Pro.
 To...
Pre Engineered Building
 Steel buildings in which excess steel is avoided by
Tapering the sections.
 Tapering is done as...
Plan
Elevation
Problem statement
 Internal dimensions of building: l=60 m, b=15 m
 Height of building up to eaves level= 6 m
 Location...
Load calculation
 Dead load:
1. Wight of purlin :5 kg/m2
2. Weight of sheeting :5 kg/m2
Total weight :10 kg/m2=0.1kN/m2
3...
Live load
 Live load =0.75 kN/m2 (Angle lesthan 10 0)
= 0.75*6
Live load =4.5 kN/m2
 Collateral load:
Collateral load = ...
Wind load
Load comination
Load combination of strength:
 (D.L.+L.L.)*1.5+1.05 *C.L.
 (D.L.+W.L.S.)*1.5
 (D.L.+W.R.P.)*1.5
 (D.L...
 Load combination of serviceability:
 (D.L.+L.L.+C.L.)*1
 D.L.* 1+(L.L.+C.L+W.L.P.)*0.8
 D.L.* 1+(L.L.+C.L+W.L.S.)*0.8...
B.M.D.
CONVENTIONAL
BUILDING
PRE ENGINEERED
BUILDING
Results Sl. No. Description PEB CSB
1 Steel Take Off (kN) 12.194 84.595
2 Support Reaction (kN) 10.62 375.582
3 Maximum d...
Advantages
 PEB System is zero maintenance & superior in strength
than conventional.
 Lower Cost.
 Quality Control.
 L...
Disadvantages
 Not used for multi-storey building.
 Technical person is required on site.
 Special Machinery is require...
Conclusion
 Using of PEB instead of CSB may be reducing the steel
quantity.
 Reduction in the steel quantity definitely ...
Applications
 WARE HOUSES
 INDUSTRIAL SHEDS
 FACTORIES
 WORKSHOPS
 OFFICES
 GAS STATIONS
 VEHICLE PARKING SHEDS
 S...
Erecting P.E.B.
Reference
 Limit State Design in Structural Steel- M. Y . Shiyekar.
 Pre-Engineered metal Buildings the latest trend in ...
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Pre Engineered building analysis and design using Staad Pro.

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  1. 1. Submitted By:  Shubham V. Parab 1202016  Akshay A. Nikam 1202019  Sujit H. Sonwalkar 1202015  Aniket K. Mane 1202032 Under the guidance of :Prof.P.M.Mohite
  2. 2. Objectives  To study pre engineered building.  To prepare a model of P.E.B.  To analyze structure using Staad Pro.  To design sections, connections etc.  To study the effect of P.E.B. for following issues: To reduce complexity on site. To achieve accuracy. Speed of work.
  3. 3. Pre Engineered Building  Steel buildings in which excess steel is avoided by Tapering the sections.  Tapering is done as per Bending Moment requirements.  Components are manufactured in factory and assembled on site.  Larger plate dimensions are used in areas of higher load effects.
  4. 4. Plan
  5. 5. Elevation
  6. 6. Problem statement  Internal dimensions of building: l=60 m, b=15 m  Height of building up to eaves level= 6 m  Location of building= Islampur (pune region)  Type of roofing = G.I.sheets  Area of opening (permeability of building 5% to 20%)  Angle of rafter = < 100  Spacing between two columns = 6 m  Number of frames = 10
  7. 7. Load calculation  Dead load: 1. Wight of purlin :5 kg/m2 2. Weight of sheeting :5 kg/m2 Total weight :10 kg/m2=0.1kN/m2 3. Self weight of tapered section
  8. 8. Live load  Live load =0.75 kN/m2 (Angle lesthan 10 0) = 0.75*6 Live load =4.5 kN/m2  Collateral load: Collateral load = 0.2* 6 =1.2 KN/M (Assumed)
  9. 9. Wind load
  10. 10. Load comination Load combination of strength:  (D.L.+L.L.)*1.5+1.05 *C.L.  (D.L.+W.L.S.)*1.5  (D.L.+W.R.P.)*1.5  (D.L.+W.R.S.)*1.5  (D.L.+W.P.P.)*1.5  (D.L.+W.P.S.)*1.5  (D.L.+L.L.)*1.2+1.05*C.L.+0.6* W.L.P.  (D.L.+L.L.)*1.2+1.05*C.L.+0.6* W.L.S.  (D.L.+L.L.)*1.2+1.05*C.L.+0.6* W.R.P.  (D.L.+L.L.)*1.2+1.05*C.L.+0.6* W.R.S.  (D.L.+L.L.)*1.2+1.05*C.L.+0.6* W.P.P.  (D.L.+L.L.)*1.2+1.05*C.L.+0.6* W.P.S.
  11. 11.  Load combination of serviceability:  (D.L.+L.L.+C.L.)*1  D.L.* 1+(L.L.+C.L+W.L.P.)*0.8  D.L.* 1+(L.L.+C.L+W.L.S.)*0.8  D.L.* 1+(L.L.+C.L+W.R.P.)*0.8  D.L.* 1+(L.L.+C.L+W.R.S.)*0.8  D.L.* 1+(L.L.+C.L+W.P.P.)*0.8  D.L.* 1+(L.L.+C.L+W.P.S.)*0.8  (D.L.+W.L.P.)*1  (D.L.+W.L.S.)*1  (D.L.+W.R.P.)*1  (D.L.+W.R.S.)*1  (D.L.+W.P.P.)*1  (D.L.+W.P.S.)*1
  12. 12. B.M.D. CONVENTIONAL BUILDING PRE ENGINEERED BUILDING
  13. 13. Results Sl. No. Description PEB CSB 1 Steel Take Off (kN) 12.194 84.595 2 Support Reaction (kN) 10.62 375.582 3 Maximum deflection (mm) 39.48 8.611 4 Maximum Shear Force (kN) 66.894 453.981 5 Maximum Moment (kNm) 175.52 908.577
  14. 14. Advantages  PEB System is zero maintenance & superior in strength than conventional.  Lower Cost.  Quality Control.  Large Clear Spans.  strict quality control environment, thereby ensuring superior quality & finish.  Easier to incorporate future expansions
  15. 15. Disadvantages  Not used for multi-storey building.  Technical person is required on site.  Special Machinery is required.  Design of member takes more time.
  16. 16. Conclusion  Using of PEB instead of CSB may be reducing the steel quantity.  Reduction in the steel quantity definitely reducing the dead load.  Reduction in the dead load reducing the size of Foundation.  Using of PEB increase the Aesthetic view of structure.
  17. 17. Applications  WARE HOUSES  INDUSTRIAL SHEDS  FACTORIES  WORKSHOPS  OFFICES  GAS STATIONS  VEHICLE PARKING SHEDS  SHOW ROOMS  AIRCRAFT HANGERS  SCHOOLS  SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL FACILITIES
  18. 18. Erecting P.E.B.
  19. 19. Reference  Limit State Design in Structural Steel- M. Y . Shiyekar.  Pre-Engineered metal Buildings the latest trend in building construction‖ by K.K.Mitra – Gen. Manager (marketing) Lloyd Insulations (India) Limited  IS : 800 - 2007 :- General Construction In Steel - Code of Practice.  IS : 875 (Part 1) - 1987 :- Code of Practice for Design Loads (Other Than Earthquake) for Buildings  IS : 875 (Part 2) - 1987 :- Code of Practice for Design Loads (Other Than Earthquake) for Buildings and Structures- Live Loads.  IS : 875 (Part 3) - 1987 :- Code of Practice for Design

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