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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2018 5:32 am    Post subject: clause 7.2 Table 6 cracked section properties Reply with quote

Dear Mr Krishna
You are right and when we have multiple towers connected to a single podium, this needs to be done with an integrated model and for single towers/NTA separately, making it a scaring no of analyses. And then to check which one finally governs the design of a particular member. I wish the software guys become our saviours!!



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From: Gangisetty Krishna [mailto:forum@sefindia.org]
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Subject: [E-CONF] Re: clause 7.2 Table 6 cracked section properties



Alok sir,

In Table 6 of the code, it is specified that to do the crack section analysis for un-factored and factored load. What is the importance of the un-factored crack section analysis? when will be this analysis governs the section size and reinforcement in the design.

For the crack section is it required to do analysis 4 times with un-factored and factored properties with 2% damping for wind load, 5% damping for Earthquake load. The analysis becomes bit complex or not?

Thank you sir,

With regards,

G V Krishna

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