Reinforced Concerete (RCC)
- Structure Layout Restriction
- Plan Projection Restriction
- Beam Reinforcement Detail
- Colum Reinforcement Detail
- Pad Foundation
Plan Projection Restriction
Minimum Concrete to be used for footing, Column, Slab and Beams should not be less than M15 Grade
Aggregrate should be Angular in shape, hard, Clean and Normal Concrete with Thickness of 100 mm and above should be used Aggregate of Graded from 20mm and downward and thickness of 40mm to 100 mm graded from 12mm and downward should be used.
Sand should be of good quality and no case the total of all undesirable substances exceed five percentage of total weight.
Brick should be of stander Rectangle shaped, Burnt Red, Crushing Strength not less than 3.5n/mm2
The Wall thickness of minimum half brick and maximum of one brick should be maintained.
Mortar of 1:6 and 1:4 for one brick and half brick thick wall
Plaster Cement sand not lesser than ratio of 1:6
Reinforcing bar should be free from loose mill scale , dust, rust and coat of paint and others. Mild steel bar of fy=250 N/mm2 – 550N/mm2 strength bar should be used.
Building Occupancy : Residential
Column Plan : 4.5 x 3.0 m bays
Number of Storeys : three Storey Height
1st storey : 3.2 m floor to floor
Upper storey : 2.8 m floor to floor
Wall Thicknesses : up to 115 mm thick brick wall or equivalent for all internal walls and up to 230 mm thick brick wall or equivalent for all external walls
Cantilever Floor Projection : 1.0 m (from centre-line of beam)
Concrete mix : M15 (15 N/mm² cube crushing strength at 28 days) minimum
Reinforcement : Fe250 (minimum yield strength = 250 N/mm²),
Fe415 (minimum yield strength = 415 N/mm²),
Fe550 (minimum yield, strength = 550 N/mm²)
Beam Reinforcement Detail
Tie Band Detail for solid wall
Tie up for non-Structure Wall
Wall outside the frame
Parapet Wall Tie up
The wall should not be more than 1m
The Stirrups shall be maintained at the space of not more than 100mm till first 600mm from their end and rest the mid section can be increased to half the depth of the section.
Lap Length should not be less than 60 times the diameter of the bar, Lap should not be there in Beam Column Joint and it should start at least 600mm away from the joint.
The shear Key at top of the Column need to be made and the surface need to be clear
The Beam bar should pass through the column bar, and stirrup need to be maintained.
Beam bar anchored in column bar
Stirrups In Beam
Details of Column
Beam Column Connection
Foundation Plinth Beam
Tie Beam should be minimum of 200mm*200mm in section with 4-10mm diameter longitudinally bars and 6mm Stirrups @150mm