I have to design a 5 story buliding .. Everything will be shown in the attachment . I need snapshots of the work while you are doing it
Draw a structural framing plan and elevation as the one shown in Fig P2.8 (4th Edition of Text
Book) for a five-storey building assuming suitable dimensions in SI units preferably rectangular
slab panels (for e.g. 3m X 4m with storey height of 3m).
The analysis needs to be carried out for support conditions of columns at base story for both
a) Fixed at base and
b) Pin supported columns
Assume suitable size of reinforce concrete beams and columns (for e.g. 300 X 450 mm), slab
thickness (for e.g. 150 mm).
If the above building is to be used an office building, assume suitable live loads and
superimposed dead for finishes and ceiling.
Assume suitable grade of concrete and steel.
Note that these columns and the beams are called gravity frames not designed to resist lateral
1) Manual calculation of floor load transmission after identifying the types of the floor slabs
(i.e. two way slabs) – distribute floor-level dead loads and live loads to the beams.
2) Complete analysis of structure for dead, live and superimposed dead loads.
3) Report the maximum the moments/shear forces at the ends and at the centers of the
beams at each level. Draw moment and shear diagrams manually based on tabulated
computer results for any five beams of your choice.
4) Plot the deflection curves at each level. Report the maximum deflection at each level.
5) Static check: (1) Check the summation of the axial forces at the base columns, and see
if they are equal to your manual calculation of all the vertical loads (note consider the
factors in load combination); (2) Check the base shears and moments at the bases of
the columns, and see if they are symmetric (since your structure is symmetric under
6) Plot the deflection curves vertically for one exterior column array