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Project: Base Plate 5

Billing Reference: 2200.025

IES Employee, IES

File: Example Report.vcbp

Monday, January 07, 2013

Base Plate Analysis

Analysis Classification (AISC Design Guide #1)

Support Strength, f'c = 4 Ksi Loaded Area, A1 = 484 in^2 Support Area, A2 =The largest area contained on the support that is geometrically similar to and concentric with the loaded area. A2 = 484 in^2 (ACI 10.17.1) = 2.21 Ksi

Pu = 140 K (Compression is positive) Mun = 0 K-ft 0 in Mub = 116.67 K-ft -10. in Edge Lengths:

 B = 22 in N = 22 in^2

(Equations 3.3.7)

N direction: B direction: = 9.5603 in vs. eN = -10. in

= 9.5603 in vs. eB = 0 in Design Guide #1 sign convention Loads and eccentricities shown in positive direction

Classification:

Axial Compression with a Large Moment in the strong direction.

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Project: Base Plate 5

Billing Reference: 2200.025

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File: Example Report.vcbp

Monday, January 07, 2013

Base Plate w/ Large Strong-Axis Moment (AISC Design Guide #1, Section 3.4)

Base Plate Parameters:

B = 22 in,

For large moments, fpu = φfpn (See Support Bearing Capacity) fpu = 2.21 Ksi

N = 22 in,

f = 9.5 in,

Pu = 140 K,

eN = 10. in

Check Base Plate Dimensions: 420.25 in^2 > 112.3 in^2

Calculate Bearing Length, Y: = 2.9515 in Base plate with large moment (Fig. 3.4.1 AISC Design Guide #1)

Base Plate Bending Demand: Tension Interface = 2.21 Ksi * 22 in * 2.9515 in - 140 K = 3.501 K

Moment arm for tension anchor group, x = 3.4675 in

 w = Effective width for tension anchor group, where the load distributes at 45 degree angles w = 16.87 in = 0.71959 ft-K/ft

Base Plate Bending Demand: Bearing Interface

Column Depth, d = 12.7 in Column Width, b = 12.2 in Depth Reduction Factor, α = 0.95 (sect 3.1.3) Width Reduction Factor, γ = 0.95 (sect 3.1.3)  = 4.9675 in

= 6.12 in

Mu(n) calculation is a crude attempt at including some 2-way bending in the analysis. The approach is based on the note at the end of section 3.4.2. Figure shows bending lines of column and illustrates base plate under strong axis bending. Effective width shown by dashed lines.

= 2.21 Ksi * 6.12 in^2.0 / 2.0 = 41.387 ft-K/ft Since Y < m = 2.21 Ksi * 2.9515 in * (4.9675 in - 2.9515 in / 2.0) = 22.776 ft-K/ft

Mu(Bearing) = 41.387 ft-K/ft

Controlling Mu = max( 0.71959 ft-K/ft , 41.387 ft-K/ft) = 41.387 ft-K/ft

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Project: Base Plate 5

Billing Reference: 2200.025

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File: Example Report.vcbp

Monday, January 07, 2013

Base Plate Design

Support Bearing Capacity (ACI 318-08 10.14.1) = 2.21 Ksi

φ = 0.65 Support Strength, f'c = 4 Ksi Loaded Area, A1 = 484 in^2 Support Area, A2 = 484.01 in^2 (The largest area contained on the support that is geometrically similar to and concentric with the loaded area)

Unity = fpu / (ffpn) = 1.000

Plate Bending (AISC 360-10 F11) (Eqn F11-1)

For rectangular sections, 1.6 * My will not control φ = 0.90 ,

fMn = 4.2188 K-ft Unity = Mu / (f * Mn) = 0.818

Base Plate Detailing (AISC 360-10 J3)

Fy = 36 Ksi,

t = 2.5 in, w = width = 1 in

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