Following is the entire contents of my B.Tech Project submitted, in Civil Engineering.
The paper deals with the various loads associated with the analysis of Reinforced Concrete Chimneys . It deals with the methodologies involved in estimating loads. It finally deals with the methods of design to account for the effects of these loads.
The present thesis deals with the analysis and design aspects of Reinforced Concrete Chimneys. The thesis reviews the various load effects that are incident upon tall free standing structures such as a chimney and the methods for estimation of the same using various codal provisions. Various loads are incident upon a chimney such as, wind loads, seismic loads and temperature loads etc. The codal provisions for the evaluation of the same have been studied and applied. Comparison has also been done between the values obtained of these load effects using the procedures outlined by various codes.
The design strength of the chimney cross sections has also been estimated. Design charts have also been prepared that can be used to ease the process of the design of the chimney cross sections and the usage exemplified.
A typical chimney of 250m has been analyzed and designed using the processes already outlined. Drawings have been prepared for the chimney. The foundation for the chimney too has been designed.
List of PDF files
- List of Tables, Figures and Symbols
- Chapter 01 - Introduction
- Chapter 02 - Estimation of Wind Load Effects
- Chapter 03 - Estimation of Earthquake Load Effects
- Chapter 04 - Estimation of Temperature Load Effects
- Chapter 05 - Estimation of Design Resistance and development of Interaction Curves
- Chapter 06 - Designing and Detailing of Example Chimney
- Chapter 07 - Summary and Conclusion
August 24, 2001: First published.
Everything that we do should be put in a proper planning. Like what you have done in here, in order to have a successful outcome, analysis and design is a must.
Thanks sharing your exp. regarding analysis and Design of Reinforced Concrete Chimneys... I like your planning.
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