## Design of Staircases

Well, so today we shall learn how to design

stair cases. So, far we have done design of slabs, design of beams, design of columns

and design of footings. So, one of the important element for the in any building or structure

that is stair cases, because that one only will help us to go from one floor to another

floor. You will find out different kind of stair cases. We can say this is our that lecture

number 26, which we are going to deliver on the design of stair cases. This one type of stair case, you will not

find out merely, but this is one type sometimes even in our campus also we can find out few

of them. This is the same view; the different view of the same structure. So, here you can

find out as if the stair case, you can say as if the bricks one after another it is just

kept and you are going from the one floor to another floor. This is another type, compare to the other

one you can see another type. Here, I think I can show you. This is your stapes and were you can find

outthe beam, in the back there is a beam and these beam is supporting and I think the last

view will be better, yes here there is the beam here and over that all the steps are

supported. So; obviously, the past one which I have shown there is one kind and this another

one kind of stair cases, which is supported by the beam and over that your steps are there.

In that steps you can say easier can cantilever beam again. So, that you can design. But the most popular one. So, this the other

view this 1, we will find out most of the design you will find out this type of stair

case, this is the most popular 1 and we shall design this 1. But I shall tell you that how

to design the other stair cases also. What you have to find out, what you have to do

for any stair case what you have to do and you have find out what is the governing, 1

the bending moment how it is acting about which axis and then according to that you

have to design as well as shear force also. So, this is your 1. So, you can say this portion

is continually work, this is 1 column and this is another column, which is supported

by the 2 beams; 1 this side and this side and this slab, this is the 1 you have. I think

that is all I have the photograph so for concern. So, but I can say here; there is 1 stap here,

you can see those staple all the steps. So, you have to consider the dead load of the

steps also, weight of the steps also and this is called waist slab. So, how to design this

1; if you like to say that I should not consider this, the last 1 I have told the steps 1 after

another, but here we are assuming this stapes are supported by this slab. So; that means,

I can design that slab. If I know draw that figure we can say; so

this is your slab which we have to design. Over that, you have these steps, these are

the steps. So, what we have to do; we have to design what about this depth, this is called

waist. There are two things: 1 is called rise R and this is called tread T. So, we have

if we make it very very different one, in the sense, I can write like this, sometimes

we can project little bit; so let us make it some kind of projection and then I can

go again this kind of steps. Yes like that it will go.

So, if we move and then you have; it is supported these steps are supported by this slab. So,

what we have; I can say different components that dimension, this is W which is called

waist. Then 1 is called from here to here we have trade T. So, W waist, then T tread,

then we have R rise and we have certain portion; this is called nose N nosing and this portion

is called going. So, what we are assuming here in this case we are assuming that we

shall take the dead load of these steps we shall take, but all the things will be supported

by these waist slab. This is the most common 1. The other case is that as if you are having 1 say your beam like these; as if you are

having one, you having one beam like this and what you are doing here then above that

there are steps are like this; that is first one I have shown you. So, that design will

be different compared to this one. So, this is most common one. So, let us see how to

design this one. So, now the first question arrives is what

is the length of that dimension of the rise and tread, nose, going what is the dimension

off that? That is first 1 we have. Generally in residential building or factory building,

generally what we can do we can increase little bit that rise, whereas the public building

that one we make it say 150 mille meter, but whereas in the residential building we can

say 160 170 millimetre we can go. But also another 1 we can say and this height arise

and tread and there should be some kind of proportional. If so far that concern at least

though I should not tell it here, but you should note down that, our subway in our that

in Kharagapur station; they are steps it is the steps little wider, not little quite wider

then the rise and we feel little discomfort actually only. So, that type of composition

should be there so that we cannot feel any discomfort. So, let us come and also compared to say your general load general load, if you compare

that, balcony it may be crowded that because, your rooms whereever that 1 say load or the

balcony it would be crowded more. Similarly, you say the stair case also, the frequent

chance that may be crowded. So, that is why more compared to the standard load on the

rooms. So, here the first thing that, what is the dimension of these rise and tread and

second 1 what should be the loading and these two things should be consider in our calculation. So, you can say number one that dwelling houses and factories. So, if you consider this 1,

the tread 250 millimetres, whereas in the public buildings it will be in the range of trade of 270 mille meter to say 300 millimetre so, the horizontal portion. What about he raise? So, for public

buildings it will say 150 mille meter and factories we can go little higher 190 mille meter and

residential building is 160 millimetre. So, this is your rise and this is your tread.

There is a popular formula we can write T as G tread or total that we are talking so

G also we can consider there. So, now 2R plus G that 1 should be greater

than 550 and lesser than 700 millimetre. We can take it 2R plus G the rise plus going,

so that you can take 600 millimetre that we can take. This is called residential building,

for any building you can take it, but only you are changing. So, residential building

you can take 2R plus G is equal to 600. But anyway, you can find most of the cases in

150 mille meter and in 160 mille meter rise or we can say 250 mille meter or 260 mille

meter per tread that general you can consider. And it is also dependent on your on this formula. We can also say were it is dependent on the

centre to centre of that floors. That means: if we have means this is one floor and this

is another floor. So, what is the distance this height; that is is very very important.

If it is 3 meter, accordingly we shall distribute. Similarly, we have the length that size of

the room, were you have to accommodate. So, if this your height and this is your length,

so you have to accommodate here. So, depending on that, how many steps that you provide;

that also it depends. So, it not necessary that we shall keep it with in that range;

that means, we can 250 millimetre and the other one within say 1 mm the range say 150

millimetre. So, you can go little higher little less 5 mille meter 10 mille meter that does

nott matter. So, but also this is depend on two things.

Now, next part is that span of the stair case. So, we have to calculate the dead load, live

load and and we have to find out the span. So, from that we can calculate the bending

moment as well as the shear force. So, what we generally do there are few cases. Let

us say this is your beam and it is supported like this. This may be one case. So, what about this 1 and what about and here the steps are here and the steps may be constructed by bricks. So, when we

have the solution to the dead load of the steps. So, what about the effective span?

These 1 we shall find out in clause 33 more physically 33 point 1 page 63 of IS456 2000.

So, the effective span which we taking here for this case, this one upto this one we say

x and this one we can say y. And clause this your effective span as we say is the distance.

Our code says if x is less than 1 and less than, y also less than 1, if x and y that

means: if x and these 1 of another y, then u take s plus x plus y; that effective span,

but if x is greater than 1 and y also greater than ,1 then you take plus 1 because, if x

greater than 1 meter, then take 1 meter, then y is greater than 1 meter you can take 1 meter,

otherwise if it is less than 1 then you take that x only. So, here I can say though I comes,

taht this is your effective span I can write down it as s plus x plus y, but code says

this is our effective span, which we will get it in this clause.

So, our code says that if x is less than 1, then you take it as x only whatever value

you getting you say 0.75 meter you take it 0.75 meter, 0.8 metre also you take it, but

if it say 1.2 meter, then you take it as 1 meter, similarly for y also. So, it should

be these 2 values; that means, it should not be more than x plus 2. So, that means, now

I know what should be or effective span. So, I know the effective span I calculate that

your load. What about your load? For residential building;

so for residential building we shall see that 2 kilo newton or square

meter and there is a restriction not liable to overcrowding. That means, the staircase

will never be over crowded. But public buildings they are that balcony and your staircase,

that is, that it is very very frequent that regular features that it will be over crowded.

So, for public buildings, it means: liable to over crowding and we can say 5 kilo newton

per square meter. So, this is your live load. So, you have to calculate the dead load and

then we have to calculate the live load. So, let us come on more case. The first 1

I have told you this is one case that I have told you, it is also possible one I have shown that is like this it would be something the stair case is something like this and either it may be cantilever the case which

I shown it here that means, it may have something like these also. So, in this case

this is your 1 type. In this case what will happen the effective span here because, it

will not have 1 such thing. So, effective span only enter to center distance between

because, it was supported by these 2 beams. The first 1 we have shown that it is supported

here; there is no beam here. Please note; I think you have remember. So,

this is the case where there is no support here, it is only supported only in these 2

beams. It may be supported in walls also there is another case. But there is other possible case here which

I am talking that is these one, but here the effective span will be this one center to

center distance and where you will have the staircases like this. So, let us calculate

dead loads. So, those are your one step we can take it,

this is the 1 unit of the step, which is have been say your worst slab W B and then we have

rise R: this is your rise R, the T the thread and these portion is going. So, we can say

the other way, these portions have same as that going only. So, this is your going and

here also that would take it. So, this is coming as going the same position.

So, if we take this 1 what about your B then? B will be B means this 1, B will be equal

to R square plus G square. And dead load per meter square of horizontal span horizontal,

span means: along this that 1 will be equal to, the weight of this 1 W times B and we

are talking say per unit width. That means; we are taking the width of the stair case

1 meter. So, W B this is your W B times 1, times the unit weight of the concrete plus

this triangle which is half times R times T, R is the that it was the height and T that

base you can say times, the 25 kilo newton per meter cube. This is the 1 meter of width

of the staircase this, that you can say 1 meter width of the stair case times 25 will

be give me the width and divide by G this 1 means kilo newton bar meter bar meter width

or kilo newton per square metre. We are talking the staircase is moving like

this. The staircase is going like this. So, I am taking 1 meter width and we are having

the each step. So, each step we can take it so; that means, we can say if you project

it it will go off. So, you will get something that inter dimensional get the unit 1. So,

I shall get per metre width I can get it, this is the width I can find it out that is

the dead load we can get it. So, you have whole design, upto only different

so far the staircase concern. So, if I calculate the dead load. So, now, you can concentrate

that it as a slab or a beam. So, what is the difference between the slab and the beam?

Slab means only you shall provide the reinforcement due to bending moment and shear force at where

it is that 1, that we shall decide it such a way that the depth, so we shall increase

such a way so that, we need not specify provide any steer up, any shear reinforcement. So,

then we shall talk it as a slap. But if you provide these one as a shear up; that means,

we have to designing at a beam. So, in our case shear we shall design it as

a slab because, we are not going to provide any shear reinforcement. So, let us take one

example atleast let us start today. And this type of staircase is called longitudinal

type. So, our longitudinal type up staircase spans a distance of 4 meter. That means, it

is supported by 2 beams and the distance between 2 beams is 4 meter. The rise R equal to 160

millimeter, going G equal to 250 millimetre, tread T equal to 270 millimetre and we can

consider this one, the threads have 15 millimetre that granolithic finish. So, there is one

say finish over that, that we are providing the plates and consists of 16 steps.

We are specifying all those things, but for actual case in the actual problem for a building

design, we have to specify this 160 millimetre rise, going, thread or number of step that

have to calculate depending on the floor area, floor length and also the height. So, that

also you have to suitably you have to adjust and you have to flow height, but here we are

specifying. So, what about the concrete with M20 steel Fe 415. Design the staircase for

a live load of 5 kilo newton per square meter and breadth of the staircase equal to 1.5

millimeter. So, we have all the details. The beams that

1 that will has to span between 4 meters, the rise 160 millimeter, going 250 millimeter,

thread 270 millimeter that it has a finish because, these sort of floor finish we can

say this is the floor finish, but we have to specifically mention. We shall take the

unit weight of these 1 granolithic finish 23.5 kilonewton per meter cube; that we shall

take. The another 1 25 kilo newton for concrete and we can calculate the 16 steps from the

going also. Concrete M20, steel Fe 45 and live load 5 kilo newton per square meter,

breadth of the staircase that is equal to 1.5 meter. So, 1.5 meter breadth that is given. Number 1 what about the thickness of waist.

So, we are talking, let us just draw a figure. So, this is your thickness of your waist.

Let us assume span by affective depth equal to 30. We can assume span by effective depth

equal to 30 that we can assume because, reinforcement and other things involved so, we can assume

that 30. So, there are so many factors are involved so we can assume that 30. So, d will

be equal to span how much span equal to 400 millimeter; that what specified divided by

30 which comes as 133.33 millimeter. So, we can write down total W; this 1 should

be equal to 133.33 plus 15 millimeter cover plus 12 millimeter bar. If we assume that

we shall provide that 12 by 2 which comes as 154.33 millimeter. So, let us provide or

we can assume that, we shall finally, we shall provide 160 millimeter we need not know whether

we have to change it. So, let us assume that 160 millimeter thickness of west. After checking

only we can provide. So, d will be equal to 160 minus 15 minus 12 by 2 which comes as

139 millimetre. So, this d this is your we have got it from here computate. And finally,

we have providing 139 millimeter. So, we are providing 139 millimeter. So, now let us calculate

the dead load. So, dead load from staircase slab and we shall get it on plan. So, this is G,this is T thread, this is R rise, W, B and this is G. B equal to root of G square plus

R square equal to, G equal to we have taken 250, R equal to 160 equal to 296.81 millimetre

let us say 297 millimetre. Dead load it will be per meter length of the horizontal 1; 1

by G we have already got it WB plus RT by 2 times 25 plus F is the floor finish the

thickness, F times T, T is the thread we have the whole thread divided by G times the unit

weight 23.5. So, we can get it as G 0.25, W is point 1.6 that we have got it 160 millimetre

so, 0.16 times, B you have got it 297.297, R equal to that R we have got it that rise

160 so, 0.16 times, T 270 millimetre 0.27 by 2 times 25. So, we are putting all the

values, here can I manage, let us manage it here. So, plus 1 by 0.25 times, F is floor

finish 0.15 15 millimetre times, T 270 millimetre 0.27 times, 23.5 unit weight and which comes

as 7.2927 kilo newton per square meter. So, this is all what I getting here the dead

load 7.2927 kilo newton per square meter. What about the design load? Design load equal to 1.5 times dead load plus live load equal to 1.5, so 7.2927 we have already have computed plus 5.0 that which have to provide,

18.439 kilo newton per square meter equals 8.44 kilo newton per square meter let us assume.What about the bending moment which is your Mu, Mu will be equal to that w l square by 10, we shall take it not 8 wl square by 10 equal to 18.44 times the effective span 4 4 square by 10 which comes as 29.504

kilo newton metre. So, we are getting this one. What about the now you have now you have to check, whether the depth we have got it correct

or not. So, that we can find out as from 0.138 f c k b d square equal to Mu. So, d equal

to root of Mu by 0.138 f c k b equals 29.504 into 10 to the power 6 divide by 0.138 M20

grade times, what about B? There are these B how much will be B here because, we have

taken these moment per meter width bending moment per meter width let us make it finish

specific per meter width of stair case because, I have not taken that 1.5 meter. I have taken

that per meter width of staircase, this we have got it kilo newton per square meter.

If you the 1 alternative could be that, same design that we have take it if 18.44 times

1.5 into multiply what the width of the staircase, then we can directly we can get it here, we

can write down d as 1500, but since we have taken here till now it is 1 meter width. So,

I have to specify here 1000; that you please note and which comes as 103.39 millimetre.

So, less than 139 millimetre. The other alternative could be that we can calculate Mu that was

I know B, I know f c k, I know d so, I can calculate Mu. So, this Mu if it is get up

then this this value, then also you can say it is safe and then you can check it with

d you can calculate and you can find out less than the d provided. Other alternative that,

if we provide that d here and calculate that moment of resistance of the section and it

should be more than the value you have computed. That one also you can calculate. So, now,

you have to provide steel So, our depth is So, you have to provide steel. So, what shall

we can provide. So, what shall we can provide. So, you aimed

at this 1 0.36 f c k x by d 1 0.416 x by so x by d times bd square. This is the basic

formula from where we have got it that, just let me write down once more dividing by 0.36

times 0.416 x by d f c k bd squar if we divide then, we get it 6.68 Mu by f c k bd square

equals 2.40 x by d minus x by d whole square. We get this equation. And finally, we get

x by d equals to 1.2 minus 1.2 the whole square minus 6.68 Mu by f c k bd square times square

root of that. So, this is your that formula from where you can get x by d if, I know Mu

f c k b, and d. So, when that is the case which we have got it here. So, we know Mu

,we know f c k, we know b we know d so, we can find out x by d. So, let us calculate

x by d. So, 6.68 Mu by f c k b d square equal to 6.68

times 29.504 that is the moment multiplied by 10 to the power 6 divided by 20 times thousand

that is the width meter width times the effective depth of this layer which comes as 0.51. So,

we can take it that as x by d equals to 1.2 minus root power 1.44 four minus 1.51 equals

0.23564. Therefore z equals to d times 1 minus 0.416 x by d equals 139 minus 0.416 times

0.23564 equals 139 times 0.9019. Please note because, why I have written this 1, I can

directly put the value, but please note that 0.9019. Generally, it comes 0.85 times d 0.9

0.95 times d. If you do not sometimes what we do if we do

not know there is a we would like to calculate the area of steel. So, for experience you

can find out that z the lever arm we can take say 85 percent of the effective depth or 95

percent of that; that means, that is the range that is why I have written here that, work

range that also you should know. Directly we do not want to calculate all those things,

we have no calculator, but we would like to calculate say at site itself we would like

to estimate. So, that way also we can find out. So, which comes as 125.36 millimetre.

So, z we have got it. So, what about the area of steel then? Area of steel will be equal to Mu by 0.87

f y times z, which comes as 29.504 multiplied by 10 to the power 6 divided by 0.87 times

415 times 125.36 equals 651.86 millimetre square. So, what about the total steel? This

is per meter width equal to 651.86 times 1.5 equal to 977.79 square milimeter. So, we can

provide here that, number of bars 977.79 divided by 113 12 torque equals 8.65. So, provide

9 numbers 12 torque. What about percentage of steel? 9 into 113 divided by 1500 into

139 this is the width I am talking and into equal to 0.48 percentage. So, percentage of

steel we have got it 0.48. So, we know the steel and we also know the effective depth.

Now, we have to provide the distribution steel. So, distribution steel; that 1 will be equal

to 0.12 percent. A s equal to 0.12 by 100 times you can say 1000 that is the per meter

width times 160 overall depth comes as 192 millimetre square provide 8 torque at the

rate of 250 millimetre from centre to centre for area of steel provided 200 square millimetre.

So, we can provide 20 square millimetres. Now, what about the cr we have to check for

cr because, up to this we have computed so many things so much, but after this if we

find that if cr stays more than the permissible we have to change the section. So, shear force

V will be equal to wl by 2 equal to.18.44 times 4 divided by 2 equal to 36.88 kilo newton.

So, tov V equal to 36.88 into 10 to the power 3 divided by we were talking this by per meter

width so, 1000 times. Please note that each time we are putting

the values even, if it is for meter width or the taking the total width. If it is total

width then in that case you will provide here 1500. But here it is 18.44 per meter with.

So, which comes as 0.26 Newton per square millimetre. So, even then this 1 with the

0.15 percent steel we can get it for 0.48 percentage of steel from the table 19 of IS

456 I can find out the permissible. Even if I take say 0.15percent which is coming less

than 0.28. So, 0.28 Newton per square meter for the minimum in the output that provided;

that is about 0.15 percentage that is less than that. So, we need not that so we need

not change the section. So, it can take care the shear force. Now what about the deflection? So, this deflection we shall check it from

the point of view of l by d ratio, from the point of view of l by d ratio. So, we shall

get it as the percentage of steel provided, that is 0.48. So, if we now go back to that

your that table or figure just for your reference, that is, in figure in the IS code that is

in figure 4 of 38, we shall take this one say as continuous beam continuous beam or

continuous slab w s, we hav not taken w s square y ws square y thing we have taken.

If we takes a 0.38 in the continuous then, we can take minimum 1 that is the l by d that

is a 26, 26 is the l by d ratio. So, we shall take the l by d ratio that is

a 26, but it is for a continuous. That 1 you will get it in flaws 23.2.1, while it is given

that basic values of span to a specific depth. Ratios for spans upto 10 meter, cantilever

7 simply supported 20 and continuous 26 we are taking continuous here, we have taken

w l square by 8, similarly 26 for continuous. And so what we can do it here. Now, what about

the modification factor. There are so many others, but I said taking from figure 4.

So, f s we have used how many bars, 9 bars of 12 dia each of them 113 square millimetre.

We have to provide 977; that is the 1 we have to provide. We have to provide 977 isn’t

it. Then, we have computed 977. 977 we have computed. So, 9 into 133 times 0.58 f y times

415. So, that is your f s which comes as 246 Newton per square millimetre. So, I shall

get it from figure 4. This is from figure 4, if I show you this is figure 4 in page

38. In figure 4 there are so many curves. There are so many curves in figure 4. So,

I said take the corresponding 1 and interpolate it. And which will come in as for 246 that

f 2 the factor that is comes as 1.2. So, this is from just for your reference

figure 4 page 38 of IS 456 2000. So, we shall get it multiplication factor 1.2. So, allowable

l by d equal to 1.2 into 26 equal to 31.2. And we have assumed l by d, that is, 30 which

is less than 31.2. So, you can find out that which it is acceptable. So, 1 more checking

is there and that is it will take to your say crack and that house will that is there

are two things that is told; these are coming from serviceable limit state. 1 checking is

coming from the l by d ratio and other checking will come from the spacing. So, you have to

check the spacing whether it is less than 3 d or not. And; obviously, whatever we are

provided say 9 bars. If you which is provided in 1500 millimetre, we will find out it is

less than 3 d. Similarly, for the distribution steel whatever

we are provided, so that one also we will find out that 250 millimetre which is less

than 3 d. So; that means, from the cracking point of view also we can say it is alright.

So, now we have to do the reinforcement and that we shall do it in appropriate place end.

Okay. Thank you.

2:47 pm

really bad!!!

8:27 am

As a short cut, bending moment for a beam (partially continuous or fully continuous) can be assumed as wl^2/10 and the same reinforcement can be detailed at span and support. This thumb rule should not be applied for simply supported beams.

3:04 pm

wl2/8 assuming that it is pinned at both ends

3:20 pm

Brilliiant lecture very helpful!

4:52 am

Thank you very much

4:52 am

Thank you very much

12:37 am

thank for this video

7:40 pm

very nice and informative

9:43 pm

Thanks sir for this video

7:00 am

THank you soo much professor abdul.

6:53 pm

I don't really get his words at the part where he talks about slab and beem, can anyone tell me what is the difference,please?

7:36 am

thank you so much …

12:29 pm

thank sir, for sharing your good knowledge

6:33 am

where is your voice ….?

6:13 pm

18.07

5:21 am

Thank u very much

1:09 pm

I didn't understand anything after 38 min

7:39 am

how is the bending moment wl2/10?

5:15 am

What a Great concept is it !

4:41 am

Don't keep changing variables, be consistent in variable usage, e.g. Design load W = DL = 1.5(DL+LL)

6:32 am

hi

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Very useful

2:33 am

thank you very much. it was indeed an informative video 🙂

8:37 am

thinkyou

11:57 am

sir explaining each and every terms of stair case clerly so thanks sir for explaining in YouTube

10:54 am

very useful thank uh:-)

5:27 am

how he calculated dead load [ the part where he multiplied a fraction 25/G ] anyone can explain me please?

3:06 pm

is so nice 10Q

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tnkx sir …@

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on sheet 8 where did 0.58 come from?

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ok

9:39 am

i don understand 35mn, why they divide by G ? pls explain

11:09 am

what is that 12mm he used in calculation of W??someone??

5:53 am

sir why span/depth ratio we assume 30..

9:32 am

no volume, why??

7:38 am

nice concrete

7:45 am

suggest me a link on design of silos PLEASE 🙂

6:47 pm

humm

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thank you so much for your efforts sir

1:38 pm

Hello sir, your video is very helpful. Do you have video od design of steel stair as well? Thank you

8:23 am

There is no audio in any of the lectures on design of Reinforced concrete structures. kindly fix it.

1:16 pm

محتاره بلتمصيم 😞😞😞

2:54 pm

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6:47 am

great job sir but how we can convert mm into inches please answer

12:55 am

good job

3:07 am

very informative

11:03 am

if w is in KN/m2 and l is in m… then how bending moment comes on KNm….

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Step 5. Area of steel calculation. I didn't understand the dividing by part 40:42

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the load calculation is wrong. How come the unit of B.M is kNm while the unit of W is KN/sq.m

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5:59 am

Very helpful

1:13 pm

thanks for providing us this learning exposure

6:28 am

Help me

4 waist hight sir told assume :-span/effect depth =30 what is this

please tell any one

9:57 am

viry good job

4:40 pm

how to take the modifications factor

10:53 pm

د.سيد أحسن منك

6:08 pm

why is the bending moment KN-m when the design load is KN/m square..?

11:00 am

awesome job sir keep going love and support

4:38 am

i wish it was more clear. messed up while calculating. I didn't what he doing in Ast

6:55 pm

Thankyou sir..

7:12 pm

sir where is part 2

2:05 pm

What about folded stairs

2:16 pm

Thank you so much sir for sharing this..but you did not tell how to design other types of staircases…

5:23 am

Dear sir please mention that Why did you accepted 25 during the calculation of dead load .

4:02 pm

Not clearly mentioned and understood . Max. Values are of unknown

6:57 am

Got all the pionts clear thx Sir 😇

5:26 pm

Sir total depth of waist slab calculate karne me distribution reinforcement ka diameter nehi aye ga kiya

6:30 pm

https://youtu.be/tytpS5LQRK4

5:58 pm

Please also explain the reinforcement detailing.

3:15 pm

very informative

5:21 pm

How can I find the going value to put the B calculation?