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TABLE OF CONTENTLIST OF TABLES .7LIST OF FIGURES .9ABSTRACT.11 خالصة الرسالة .12CHAPTER 1 Architectural Design .131.1 Introduction: . 131.2 Site analysis . 131.2.1 Architectural design:. 131.2.2 Environmental design: . 131.2.3 Electrical Design: . 131.2.4 Mechanical Design: . 141.2.5 Safety: . 22.214.171.124 Structural design: . 126.96.36.199.1 Static design: . 188.8.131.52.2 Dynamic design: . 141.2.6 Maintenance and operation system : . 141.3 About the project. 151.4 The architectural description of the Project: . 161.5 Stairs :. 181.5.1 Residential stair : . 181.5.2 Commercial and offices stairs : . 191.5.3 Mechanical room : . 20CHAPTER 2 Structural Design .212.1 Introduction: . 212.2 Design Codes:. 212.3 Loads: . 222.3.1 Gravity loads : . 222.3.2 Dead load: . 22Multi-Functional Building Design2
184.108.40.206 Slab own weight:. 220.127.116.11 Superimposed dead load (S.I.D): . 222.3.3 Live load: . 222.4 Load combination: . 232.5 Programs used: . 232.2 Design data: . 242.7 Structural Systems Design: . 252.7.1 Slab design: . 252.7.1.1 Thickness of the slab:. 252.7.1.2 Slabs Own Weight: . 272.7.2 Analysis and Design of Stair cases: . 218.104.22.168 Dimensions: . 222.214.171.124 Loads on the staircase: . 302.8 SAP Models and Verification:. 312.8.1 Check model: . 3126.96.36.199 Compatibility check: . 3188.8.131.52.1 Equilibrium . 3184.108.40.206 Deflection check: . 362.8.2 Reinforcement: . 3220.127.116.11 Slab design :( One way ribbed slab): . 318.104.22.168 Beam design:. 422.214.171.124.1 Main beam: . 4126.96.36.199.2 design of secondary beams: . 4188.8.131.52 Design of columns . 4184.108.40.206 Analysis and design of footings: . 5220.127.116.11.1 Introduction:. 518.104.22.168.2 steel reinforcements: . 592.9 Earthquake Design . 612.9.1 Design Criteria:- . 612.9.2 Horizontal Seismic Force:- . 622.9.3 Distribution of Lateral Force (Fx):- . 64Multi-Functional Building Design3
2.9.4 Reinforcement of Shear Walls:. 662.9.5 Shear wall 1 Design: . 672.9.6 Shear wall 2 Design: . 682.9.7 Reinforcement of the Window:- . 702.9.8 Reinforcement of the Joint:- . 71CHAPTER 3 lighting and electrical design.723.1 Lighting Design: . 723.1.1 Surface Work plane: . 723.1.2 Illuminance: . 733.1.3 Types of Lamps are used in our building floors: . 743.2 Sample of calculation in the building: . 763.2.1 Parking:. 763.2.2 Cafeteria: . 763.2.3 Shopping places: . 773.2.4 Offices: . 773.2.5 Bed room: . 783.2.6 Living room: . 783.3 Lighting calculation: . 793.4 Socket calculation:. 813.4.1 Branch circuit calculation: . 833.4.2 Circuit breaker for Offices floor : . 843.4.3 Circuit breaker for commercial ground floor: . 85CHAPTER 4 Mechanical system .864.1 Water Supply Systems: . 864.1.1 Cold-water supply system, (regular): . 864.1.2 Fixture unit calculation: . 874.1.3 Water demand: . 822.214.171.124 Water demand for each zone: . 8126.96.36.199 Piping size: . 8188.8.131.52 Main supply diameter (Feeder): . 90Multi-Functional Building Design4
4.1.4 Main Horizontal supply diameter: . 9184.108.40.206 The possible diameter of the horizontal feeder: . 944.2 Hot water supply: . 964.3 Drainage Water Systems Design:. 964.3.1 Stack diameter: . 964.3.2 Vent diameter: . 974.4 HVAC System Design: . 984.4.1 Chiller selection: . 984.4.2 Selection of FCU: . 994.4.3 Diffusers selection: . 1004.4.4 Boiler selection: . 1014.4.4.1 Domestic Hot water: . 1024.5 Elevator System Design: . 1034.5.1 The type of the elevators: . 1034.5.2 The calculation for residential: . 1044.5.3 The calculating for Commercial & office elevator design: . 106CHAPTER 5 enviromental Design .1085.1 Introduction . 1085.2 material of walls, floors, roofs and partitions. . 1095.3 Solar Shading . 1105.3.1 Features and benefits of Solar Shading Systems . 1105.3.2 The Main Types of Shading in this Building . 1220.127.116.11 Shading for South elevation :. 118.104.22.168.1 Ground floor shading . 122.214.171.124.2 First floor shading: . 1126.96.36.199.3 The offices floors: . 1188.8.131.52.4 The residential floors: . 1184.108.40.206 Shading for East & West elevation . 1135.3.3 Building shadow . 1220.127.116.11 In winter: . 118.104.22.168 In summer: . 114Multi-Functional Building Design5
CHAPTER 6 fire system .1156.1 Emergency Lighting:. 1156.1.1 Emergency Escape Lighting: . 1156.2 Fire fighting system:. 1166.2.1 Fire Alarm system: . 122.214.171.124 Manual Fire alarm systems. . 1126.96.36.199 The automatic warning system: . 1176.3 Protection system: . 1186.3.1 Fire extinguisher: . 1186.3.2 fire hose system(hose wheel):. 1186.4 Sprinklers system: . 1196.5 Fire fighting system:. 1206.5.1 In the parking:. 1206.5.2 In the ground Floor (commercial) : . 1206.5.3 In the first Floor (commercial) : . 1206.5.4 Second and third floor ( offices ) : . 1206.5.5 Fourth and fifth floor (residential ): . 120CHAPTER 7 .121Quantity surveying .121APPENDIX – A (quantities tables from Revit) .123Multi-Functional Building Design6
LIST OF TABLESTable 1-1: Area for each space in Ground Floor. . 16Table 1-2: Area for each space in 1st Floor. . 17Table 1-3: Area for each space in 2nd & 3rd Floor. . 17Table 1-4: Area for each space in 4th & 5th Floors. . 17Table 2-1: Live load in building. . 23Table 2-- 22-: Density of the main materials used. . 24Table 2-3: General equation of the minimum thickness of slab . . 25Table 2-4: Hand calculation for LL . . 33Table 2-5: Hand calculation for SDL. 33Table 2-6: Hand calculation for slabs weight. . 34Table 2-7: Hand calculation for columns own weight. . 34Table 2-8: Hand calculation for beams own weight. . 34Table 2-9: comparison between SAP and manual results. . 35Table 2-10: SAP Reinforcement. . 38Table 211-: Reinforcement of main beams . 42Table 2-12: Moments and corresponding steel areas (Hand Calculation) . . 44Table 211-: Secondary beams dimensions and reinforcement. . 48Table 2-14: Loads on columns. . 48Table 2-15: Groups of Columns according to Ag. . 51Table 2-16: Columns Dimensions and reinforcement. . 54Table 211-: footngs dimentions and reinforcement in x-direction for M11. 59Table 211-: footings dimensions and reinforcement in x-direction for M22. . 60Table 2-19: Lateral shear force calculation. . 65Table 3-1: Illuminance at work plane. . 73Table 3-2: Lighting Calculation. . 79Table 3-3: Sockets Calculations. 81Table 4-1: Fixture unit calculation of the ground floor. . 87Table 4-2: Fixture unit calculation of the second and third floor. . 87Table 4-3: Fixture unit calculation of the fourth and fifth floor. . 87Table 4-4: Water demand for each floor . . 88Table 4-5: water demand for tanks. . 89Table 4-6: The possible diameter for each tank. . 90Table 4-7: Floors demand, actual length and equivalent length. . 90Table 4-8: The possible diameter o
Table 4-11: The possible diameter of the horizontal feeder. . Figure 3-4: Office render DIALux photo. 77 Figure 3-5: Bedroom render DIALux photo. . Figure 6-2: Manual fire alarm .
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