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Design Corner Eccentric Footing on Both Side
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 14, 2019 7:30 am    Post subject: Design of Corner Eccentric Footing on Both Sides Reply with quote

Dear Er.E.S.Jayakumar,Sir,Eccentric footings on the property-line are given in Chapter 18 of the book,
"Design Aids for Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete Members" by
U.H.Varyani and A.Radhaji.
These are called side-bearing footings and the philosophy is given by W.Fuchssteiner,Beton Kalendar,Part 2,.
These systems may be used for light column loads.
Sir, I am a great admirer of your contributions in the forum.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 14, 2019 3:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Varyani sr,
It is a great honour to receive your appreciation !
It is learned in theory that when the point of application (eccentricity ) of vertical load on the footing is outside the rhombus of diagonals l/3 & b/3, tension will develop in soil, which is undesirable. The practical solution is to provide combined footing or cantilever footing.
Thanks once again for your encouragement !

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 20, 2019 7:49 am    Post subject: PDF Version of book "Design Aids for Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete Members" Reply with quote

Sir,
Please send me the PDF copy of the book "Design Aids for Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete Members" by U.H.Varyani and A.Radhaji. This book is not available with the Publisher also.


My email ID : partha25@gmail.com


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 24, 2019 5:30 am    Post subject: Design of Corner Eccentric Footing on Both Sides Reply with quote

Dear Er.E.S.Jayakumar,This has reference to book "DESIGN TABLES FOR FOLDED PLATES"
by UHVARYANI and KNTANEJA.I  talked to my publisher.He says it is available
with him.Later on he will put this book on his e-portal.
You may contact him on the following address:
Mr.Sandeep Jain,today and tomorrow's printers and publishers'
4435 ansari road,daryaganj' NEW DELHI-110002
telephone 011-23241021
e-mail ttpp@vsnl.net.in (ttpp@vsnl.net.in)
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 02, 2020 10:30 am    Post subject: Design Corner Eccentric Footing on Both Side Reply with quote

Dear Structural Engineers,

A sketch plan showing the design detailing of eccentric footing for the column at plot boundary is attached to share my idea with all learned team. This Can be followed where combined footing is going to become more costly.


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M. BALARAMULU, M.E (str), M. I. E.
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           Dear Er.E.S.Jayakumar,Sir,Eccentric footings on the property-line are given in Chapter 18 of the book,
"Design Aids for Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete Members" by
U.H.Varyani and A.Radhaji.
These are called side-bearing footings and the philosophy is given by W.Fuchssteiner,Beton Kalendar,Part 2,.
These systems may be used for light column loads.
Sir, I am a great admirer of your contributions in the forum.
with best wishes and regards,
uhvaryani
     



     



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PostPosted: Sat Jan 04, 2020 6:30 am    Post subject: Design Corner Eccentric Footing on Both Side Reply with quote

Dear Sir, For building structures even for small building the Bending moment at the intersection of Footing and  column is bi-axial , hence to footing should be symmetrical to counter the bending moment and punching  shear. The footing as shown in the drawing can be used for column footing of compound wall,  unsymmetrical pile caps etc. These kind of footings should not be used for residential buildings  ,offices etc where safety is of utmost importance. Regards V.L.Har On Thu, 02 Jan 2020 19:05:32 +0530 "mandagiri_balaramulu"  wrote >                 Dear Structural Engineers, >  > A sketch plan showing the design detailing of eccentric footing for the column at plot boundary is  attached to share my idea with all learned team. This Can be followed where combined footing is going  to become more costly. >  >  > Regards  > M. BALARAMULU, M.E (str), M. I. E. > Consulting Stru. Engineer & Sr. Vice President, GVPL. >  >  > On Sat, 14 Dec 2019, 17:28 uhvaryani, wrote: >  >       --auto removed--

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