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JV to submit Shop drawing for the framing adopted for the Wall Glass cladding for each location

corresponding each layout


along with calculations for review of Material.
Current calculation are not identifying the Framing spacing adopted and the Patch fixing detail connection to Framing Runner Beam.
JV to ensure that calculation check with Wall Fixture to be confirmed with the substrate (100m Block , since JV have propose
to have 100/200 Block wall in-lieu of 300mm block) to which the Glass wall framing are to be fixed to be verified for stability.
Additional details as mentioned to be submitted with adequate substantiation.

DFC - 3100 MALL MAIN CONTRACT - 796/09

Binu Sam Thomas


17/03/216

STRUCTURAL CALCUALTION REPORT FOR LIFT CLADDING

Report prepared by
Madan Structural Engineer
Antony Facades -Chennai

Contents
1. Introduction .............................................................................................................................................. 2
2. Materials: ................................................................................................................................................. 2
2.1 Aluminium tube .................................................................................................................................. 2
2.2 Glass (Glazing 13.52 mm thick) ........................................................................................................... 2
2.3 Steel .................................................................................................................................................... 3
2.4 Anchor Bolts ........................................................................................................................................ 3
3. Loading Calculations ................................................................................................................................. 8
3.1 Dead Load: .......................................................................................................................................... 8
Self-weight Software Governed ............................................................................................................. 8
3.2 Imposed loads ..................................................................................................................................... 8
3.3 Wind loads .......................................................................................................................................... 8
4.0. Acceptance Criteria .............................................................................................................................. 11
4.1 Mild Steel .......................................................................................................................................... 11
4.2 Glass .................................................................................................................................................. 11
4.3 Aluminium ......................................................................................................................................... 11
Serviceability Limit states Deflection ................................................................................................... 11
5. Scope 1: Glass panel Analysis ................................................................................................................. 16
5.1 Glass panel size = 1635x1060 mm .................................................................................................... 16
5.3 Results ............................................................................................................................................... 18
5.3.1 Stress Analysis ............................................................................................................................ 18
5.3.2 Deflection Analysis ..................................................................................................................... 18
6. Scope 2 : check for Conenctions ............................................................................................................. 19
6.1 Maximum reactions at the support .................................................................................................. 20
6.1.1 .Check for plate thickness .......................................................................................................... 20
6.1.3 check for Anchorage .................................................................................................................. 22
7. Summary and conclusion ........................................................................................................................ 25
9. References .............................................................................................................................................. 25

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1. Introduction
This calculation report is prepared to review the structural strength of the glass panels and supporting frames
used for lift cladding. Lift cladding Glass panels are subjected to wind imposed loads and live loads due to human
traffic.
Any partition systems shall be checked for live loads applied at 1.1 m from FFL as recommended in BS6180 code.
Loads shall be as follows.
Case 1: 0.74 kN/m if handrail is attached to the glass
Case 2: 1 kN/m2 imposed wind loads
Case 3: 0.5 kN concentrated loads
UBC recommends to consider 0.24 kPa for internal partitions and we have considered 1 kPA which governs the
design.
We considered 1 kPa as wind loads for the entire partition analysis and identified to be the governing load case.
Maximum Size of the glass panel is 1635x1060 and 4 point supported. The Glass panel is point fixed using brackets
and then anchored to concrete.

2. Materials:

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2.1 Aluminium tube

Material = 6063 T5
Youngs Modules = 70000 N/mm2
Poisson Ratio = 0.3
Density = 2600 kg/m3

2.2 Glass (Glazing 13.52 mm thick)

Material = Glass
Thickness = 13.52 mm
Youngs Modules = 70000 N/mm2
Poisson Ratio = 0.23
Density = 2600 kg/m3

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2.3 Steel

Material = S275
Youngs Modules = 205000 N/mm2
Poisson Ratio = 0.3
Density = 8000 kg/m3
Base plate thickness 8 mm
Intermediate pipe = 30 mm Solid rod

2.4 Anchor Bolts

Hilti make
HSA M10
Diameter of Bolt = 10 mm

Extract from BS 8118 - 1: 1991

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Extract from BS 5950 - 1: 2000

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Extract from manufacturer Data sheet for Glass youngs modules & others

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Extract from ASTM E 1300- 04 (Youngs modules)

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3. Loading Calculations
3.1 Dead Load:
Self-weight Software Governed

3.2 Imposed loads


Case 1: 0.74 kN/m (UDL to be applied at 1.1 m from FFL)
Case 2: 0.5 KN (Concentrated load to be applied at the critical point influencing higher deflection
and stress values on the members)

3.3 Wind loads


Wind loads for Glazing = 1 kPA (Governing case considered for the Analysis)

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4.0. Acceptance Criteria


Ultimate Limit state Stresses

4.1 Mild Steel


Yield Strength = 275 N/mm2

4.2 Glass
Yield Strength = 73 N/mm2

4.3 Aluminium
Yield Strength = 160 N/mm2
Serviceability Limit states Deflection
a.

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Permissible Deflection (Glass) = span/60

Extract from ASTM A36 (Design Stress of steel 250 N/mm2)

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Extract from ASTM E1300 (Allowable stress 73 N/mm2)

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Extract from BS6180 : 2011 (Design stress for Aluminium 110 N/mm2)

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Extract from AS1288:2006 requirements for permissible Glass Deflections span/60 .

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5. Scope 1: Glass panel Analysis


5.1 Glass panel size = 1635x1060 mm
Supports = 4 point supports

5.2 Model with loads

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Model With loads DL

Model with Loads WL

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5.3 Results
5.3.1 Stress Analysis

Maximum Stress = 21.76 N/mm2


Design Stress = 73 N/mm2
Hence ok

5.3.2 Deflection Analysis

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Maximum deflection = 7.34 mm


Permisisble Deflecion = 1060/60 = 17.66
Hence ok

6. Scope 2 : check for Conenctions

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6.1 Maximum reactions at the support


FX = 0.07 kN
FY = 0.69 kN
FZ = 0.19 kN

6.1.1 .Check for plate thickness


FY = 0.69 kN
Moment on the face of the column = 0.69x0.05 = 0.0345 kNm
Thickness of plate required = sqrt ( 6x0.0345e06/60x110) = 5.60
Provide 6 mm plate if Aluminium
FY = 0.69 kN
Moment on the face of the column = 0.69x0.05 = 0.0345 kNm
Thickness of plate required = sqrt ( 6x0.0345e06/60x275) = 3.54
Provide 4 mm plate if mild steel used

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6.1.2 Check for M8 bolt conencting aluminium runner to Bracket


Shear load on the bolt FY = 2x 0.69 = 1.38 kN
Shear load on the bolt FZ = 2x0.19 = 0.38 kN
Total shear load = 1.38+0.38 = 1.76 kN

6.1.2.1 Check for Shear Capacity

Stress at 0.2 %
strain

UTS

A1,A2

50

210

500 N/mm2

A3,A4

70

450

700 N/mm2

A5

80

600

800 N/mm2

210

700 N/mm2

Grade of bolt
Grade
Check for screws in shear
shear 1 (DW)
shear2 (WL)
Tension

1.38 kN
0.38 kN
kN

Resultant shear (sqrt (shear12+shear2 2)


No of screws
Number if interfaces
Maximum Vertical shear force /bolt
Maximum horizontal shear force/bolt

1.43
1
1
1.43
0

Resultant shear (sqrt (shear12+shear2 2)


Diameter of bolt

1.43 kN
8 mm

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kN
nos
kN
kN

37.68 mm2

Cross Sectional Area of bolt

Psb 0.48 Usb


0.69 Y0.2

0.75x0.785xdxd

336
144.9

144.9 N/mm2

Hence shear stress of Bolt


Shear capacity of bolt
>

5459 N
5.45 kN
1.43 kN

(Area x Shear
Stress)

ok
6.1.3 check for Anchorage
Provide anchorage at every 600 mm C/C along both horizontal as well as vertical aluminium runners supports

1060 mm

600 mm c/c

1635 mm

Number of anchor bolts atone conenction = 2 Nos

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Conservatively considering the maximum reactions to check the Anchorage


Dimeter of Anchors = 6 mm
Maximum reactions
FY = 0.69 kN
FZ = 0.19 kN

50 mm

20 mm
40 mm

Moment on the anchor location


MY = 0.69x0.05 = 0.0345 kNM
MZ =0.19x0.04 = 0.0076 kNM
Maximum tension on the bolt due to moment = 0.0345e06/20 = 1.725 kN
Conservatively considering 2 times = 1.725x2 = 3.450 kN
Reccomended Capacity of M6 HSA bolt in tension = 4.3 KN
Hnece with in the limits

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6.1.4 Check for thickness of plate


Maximum moment = 0.0345 e06
Consider half on the moment as each glass will have 3 Bracket supports minimum = 0.0345e06/2 = 0.0172 kNM
Thickness of plate required = sqrt ( 6x0.0172e06/40x110) = 4.84
Use 6 mm plate if Aluminium used
Thickness of plate required = sqrt ( 6x0.0172e06/40x275) = 3 mm
Use 3 mm plate if mild steel used

7. Summary and conclusion


Use Structural steel having strength not less than 275 N/mm2. (ASTM A36)
Use Aluminium profiles with grades confirming to 6063 T5 or 6063 T6 with yield strength not less than 110 N/mm2.
All stainless steel bolts shall be grade SS316 or equalant.
Final Conclusions shall be proposed Section sizes are adequate with Good Allowances.

8. References
IBC 2009 International Building Code
Wind, Dead & Live loads
BS 6399: part 1:1996
Code of practice for Dead and Imposed loads.
BS 6399:part2:1997
Code of practice for wind loads
BS 6399:part3:1988
Code of practice for imposed roof load
ASCE 7-2005 & ASCE 07 2010 Minimum design loads for buildings and other structures

Mild Steel and Stainless steel


BS5950: part 1:2000
Steel Design in buildings
P291 manual
Structural Design of stainless steel
Aluminium
BS 8118 part 1 (structural use of Aluminium)

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BS8188 part 2 (specification for material, workmanship & protection)


AL 76 (structural use of Aluminium)
Material code references
1. ASTM A36 (Steel plates, shapes and bars)
2. ASTM A500 (Steel Tube sections)
3. ASTM F 738 M (Stainless Steel bolts)
4. ASTM F 568 M (Steel bolts)
Glass
AS1288-1994
Glass in Buildings Selection and installation
AS1288-2006
Glass in Buildings Selection and installation
ASTM E1300
Glass resistance in Buildings
BS 6262 04 2005
Glazing in Buildings
CWCT technical Manual
Software references
STAAD.Pro. V8i (SELECT series 4). Technical Reference Manual
Profis Software- Anchor fastening technology Guide.
Auto Desk Robot Analysis Manual 2014.
Software used
Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis professional 2015.

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1 Input data
Anchor type and diameter:

HIT-HY 270 + HIT-V (8.8)

Effective embedment depth:

M8, HIT-SC 16x85+16x85


hef,opti = 145 mm (hef,limit = 145 mm)

Material:

8.8

Evaluation Service Report:

ETA-13/1036

Issued I Valid:

12/15/2014 | 12/15/2019

Proof:

Design method ETAG 029, Annex C

Stand-off installation:

eb = 0 mm (no stand-off); t = 4 mm

Anchor plate:

lx x ly x t = 40 mm x 40 mm x 4 mm; (Recommended plate thickness: not calculated)

Profile:

no profile

Base material:

Brick layout: Double Stretcher; Brick: Solid Vbn, 2DF, f=6 (solid brick), Normal weight concrete, L x W x H:
240 mm x 115 mm x 113 mm;
fb,v = 6.00 N/mm2; Ewall = 1577.31 N/mm2
Mortar: M2,5 - M9; Vertical joints filled: YES; vertical: 5 mm; horizontal: 5 mm

Plaster

Eplaster = 1000.00 N/mm2

Installation/Use:

Installation condition: Dry; Use condition: Dry;


Cleaning: compressed air
Temp. short/long: 80/50 C

Geometry [mm]

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Geometry [mm] & Loading [kN, kNm]

2 Load case/Resulting anchor forces


Load case: Design loads
y
Anchor reactions [kN]
Tension force: (+Tension, -Compression)
Tension force
Shear force
Anchor
1
0.190
0.694
max. compressive strain:
- []
max. compressive stress:
- [N/mm2]
resulting tension force in (x/y)=(0/0):
0.190 [kN]
resulting compression force in (x/y)=(0/0): 0.000 [kN]

Shear force x
0.070

Shear force y
-0.690
Tension

x1

3 Tension load (ETAG 029 Annex C, Section C.5.2.1)


Load [kN]
0.190

Capacity [kN]
19.333

Utilization bN [%]
1

Status
OK

Pullout Strength*

0.190

0.750

26

OK

Brick breakout**

0.190

0.750

26

OK

Pullout of one brick**

0.190

55.428

OK

Steel Strength*

* anchor having the highest loading

**anchor group (anchors in tension)

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NRk,s [kN]
29.000

gM,s
1.500

NRd,s [kN]
19.333

NSd [kN]
0.190

aj
0.750

gM,m
2.500

NRd,p [kN]
0.750

NSd [kN]
0.190

s|| [mm]
0

s^ [mm]
0

scr,|| [mm]
240

scr,^ [mm]
113

c [mm]
400

ccr [mm]
115

NRk,b [kN]
2.500

aj
0.750

ag,N
1.000

gM,m
2.500

NRd,b [kN]
0.750

NSd [kN]
0.190

AHact [mm2]
55200

AVact [mm2]
25990

fvko [N/mm2]
0.15

2
sd [N/mm ]
6.00

NRk,pb [kN]
138.569

gM,m
2.500

NRd,pb [kN]
55.428

NSd [kN]
0.190

3.2 Pullout Strength


NRk,p [kN]
2.500
3.3 Brick breakout

3.4 Pullout of one brick

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4 Shear load (ETAG 029 Annex C, Section C.5.2.2)


Load [kN]
N/A

Capacity [kN]
N/A

Utilization bV [%]
N/A

Status
N/A

Steel failure (with lever arm)*

0.694

1.132

62

OK

Local brick failure**

0.694

1.200

58

OK

Brick edge failure in direction x+**

0.694

17.300

OK

0.070

109.296

OK

Steel Strength (without lever arm)*

Pushing out of one brick in direction x+**


* anchor having the highest loading

**anchor group (relevant anchors)

4.1 Steel failure (with lever arm)


l [mm]
21

aM
1.00

NSd / NRd,s
0.010

1 - NSd / NRd,s
0.990

M0Rk [kNm]
0.030

VM
Rk,s = aM * MRk,s / l [kN]
1.415

MRk,s = M0Rk,s (1 - NSd/NRd,s) [kNm]


0.030

gMs,b,V
1.250

VM
Rd,s [kN]
1.132

VSd [kN]
0.694

4.2 Local brick failure


s|| [mm]
0

s^ [mm]
0

scr,|| [mm]
240

scr,^ [mm]
113

c [mm]
400

ccr [mm]
115

ag,V
1.000

aj
0.750

VRk,b [kN]
4.000

gM,m
2.500

VRd,b [kN]
1.200

VSd [kN]
0.694

4.3 Brick edge failure in direction x+


k
0.44

dnom [mm]
8

hef [mm]
145

fb,v [N/mm2]
6.00

c1 [mm]
400

VRk,c [kN]
43.249

ag,V
1.000

gM,m
2.500

VRd,c [kN]
17.300

VSd [kN]
0.694

4.4 Pushing out of one brick in direction x+


AHact [mm2]
110400

fvko [N/mm2]
0.15

2
sd [N/mm ]
6.00

VRk,pb [kN]
273.240

gM,m
2.500

VRd,pb [kN]
109.296

VSd [kN]
0.070

5 Combined tension and shear loads (ETAG 029 Annex C, Section C.5.2.3)
bN
0.253

bV
0.613

a
1.000

(bN + bV) / 1.2 1

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Utilization bN,V [%]


73

Status
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6 Warnings
Load re-distributions on the anchors due to elastic deformations of the anchor plate are not considered. The anchor plate is assumed to be
sufficiently stiff, in order not to be deformed when subjected to the loading!

Input data and results must be checked for agreement with the
existing conditions and for plausibility!
Only the local load transfer from the anchor(s) to the wall is considered, a further load transfer in the wall is not covered by PROFIS!
Wall is assumed as being perfectly aligned vertically checking required(!): Noncompliance can lead to significantly different distribution of
forces and higher tension loads than those calculated by PROFIS. Masonry wall must not have any damages (neither visible nor not visible)!
While installation, the positioning of the anchors needs to be maintained as in the design phase i.e. either relative to the brick or relative to the
mortar joints.
The effect of the joints on the compressive stress distribution on the plate / bricks was not taken into consideration.
If no significant resistance is felt over the entire depth of the hole when drilling (e.g. in unfilled butt joints), the anchor should not be set at this
position or the area should be assessed and reinforced. Hilti recommends the anchoring in masonry always with sieve sleeve. Anchors can only
be installed without sieve sleeves in solid bricks when it is guaranteed that it has not any hole or void.
The accessories and installation remarks listed on this report are for the information of the user only. In any case, the instructions for use
provided with the product have to be followed to ensure a proper installation.
The compliance with current standards (e.g. ETAG 029) is the responsibility of the user.
The Youngs modulus of the wall Ewall (not plastered!) is determined in accordance to EN 1996-1-1:2012
Drilling method (hammer, rotary) to be in accordance with the approval!
Masonry needs to be built in a regular way in accordance with state-of the art guidelines!
Please note that, for ETA approved masonry units, the resistance and parameters are only valid for that particular brick (hollow/solid) or for bricks
of the same base material with larger size and larger compressive strength (solid), according to ETAG 029.
A default value of Eplaster = 1000.00 was assumed.

Fastening meets the design criteria!

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7 Installation data
Anchor plate, steel: Profile: no profile; 0 x 0 x 0 mm
Hole diameter in the fixture: df = 17 mm
Plate thickness (input): 4 mm
Recommended plate thickness: not calculated
Cleaning: compressed air

Anchor type and diameter:


HIT-HY 270 + HIT-V (8.8) M8, HIT-SC 16x85+16x85
Installation torque: 0.003 kNm
Hole diameter in the base material: 16 mm
Hole depth in the base material: 165 mm
Minimum thickness of the base material: 215 mm
y

20

20

20

20

20

20

Coordinates Anchor mm
Anchor
1

x
0

y
0

c-x
500

c+x
400

c-y
1000

c+y
1000

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8 Remarks; Your Cooperation Duties


Any and all information and data contained in the Software concern solely the use of Hilti products and are based on the principles, formulas and
security regulations in accordance with Hilti's technical directions and operating, mounting and assembly instructions, etc., that must be strictly
complied with by the user. All figures contained therein are average figures, and therefore use-specific tests are to be conducted prior to using
the relevant Hilti product. The results of the calculations carried out by means of the Software are based essentially on the data you put in.
Therefore, you bear the sole responsibility for the absence of errors, the completeness and the relevance of the data to be put in by you.
Moreover, you bear sole responsibility for having the results of the calculation checked and cleared by an expert, particularly with regard to
compliance with applicable norms and permits, prior to using them for your specific facility. The Software serves only as an aid to interpret norms
and permits without any guarantee as to the absence of errors, the correctness and the relevance of the results or suitability for a specific
application.
You must take all necessary and reasonable steps to prevent or limit damage caused by the Software. In particular, you must arrange for the
regular backup of programs and data and, if applicable, carry out the updates of the Software offered by Hilti on a regular basis. If you do not use
the AutoUpdate function of the Software, you must ensure that you are using the current and thus up-to-date version of the Software in each case
by carrying out manual updates via the Hilti Website. Hilti will not be liable for consequences, such as the recovery of lost or damaged data or
programs, arising from a culpable breach of duty by you.

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1 Input data
Anchor type and diameter:

HSA M6 hnom3

Effective embedment depth:

hef = 60 mm, hnom = 67 mm

Material:
Evaluation Service Report:

ETA 11/0374

Issued I Valid:

7/19/2012 | 7/19/2017

Proof:

Design method ETAG (No. 001 Annex C/2010)

Stand-off installation:

without clamping (anchor); restraint level (anchor plate): 2.00; eb = 13 mm; t = 4 mm


Hilti Grout: CB-G EG, epoxy, fc,Grout = 120.00 N/mm2

Anchor plate:

lx x ly x t = 40 mm x 40 mm x 4 mm; (Recommended plate thickness: not calculated)

Profile:

no profile

Base material:

uncracked concrete, C30/37, fcc = 37.00 N/mm2; h = 200 mm

Reinforcement:

no reinforcement or reinforcement spacing >= 150 mm (any ) or >= 100 mm ( <= 10 mm)
no longitudinal edge reinforcement

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Load case: Design loads
y
Anchor reactions [kN]
Tension force: (+Tension, -Compression)
Tension force
Shear force
Anchor
1
0.190
0.694
max. concrete compressive strain:
- []
max. concrete compressive stress:
- [N/mm2]
resulting tension force in (x/y)=(0/0):
0.190 [kN]
resulting compression force in (x/y)=(0/0): 0.000 [kN]

Shear force x
0.070

Shear force y
0.690
Tension

3 Tension load (ETAG, Annex C, Section 5.2.2)


Load [kN]
0.190

Capacity [kN]
6.429

Utilization bN [%]
3

Status
OK

Pullout Strength*

0.190

7.299

OK

Concrete Breakout Strength**

0.190

19.035

OK

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Steel Strength*

Splitting failure**
* anchor having the highest loading

**anchor group (anchors in tension)

3.1 Steel Strength


NRk,s [kN]
9.000

gM,s
1.400

NRd,s [kN]
6.429

NSd [kN]
0.190

yc
1.217

gM,p
1.500

NRd,p [kN]
7.299

3.2 Pullout Strength


NRk,p [kN]
9.000

NSd [kN]
0.190

3.3 Concrete Breakout Strength


Ac,N [mm2]
32400

A0c,N [mm2]
32400

ccr,N [mm]
90

scr,N [mm]
180

ec1,N [mm]
0

yec1,N
1.000

ec2,N [mm]
0

yec2,N
1.000

N0Rk,c [kN]
28.553

gM,c
1.500

NRd,c [kN]
19.035

NSd [kN]
0.190

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ys,N
1.000

yre,N
1.000

k1
10.100

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4 Shear load (ETAG, Annex C, Section 5.2.3)


Load [kN]
N/A

Steel Strength (without lever arm)*

Capacity [kN]
N/A

Utilization bV [%]
N/A

Status
N/A
OK

Steel failure (with lever arm)*

0.694

0.854

82

Pryout Strength**

0.694

38.070

OK

Concrete edge failure in direction y+**

0.694

8.508

OK

* anchor having the highest loading

**anchor group (relevant anchors)

4.1 Steel failure (with lever arm)


l [mm]
18

aM
2.00

NSd / NRd,s
0.030

1 - NSd / NRd,s
0.970

M0Rk [kNm]
0.010

VM
Rk,s = aM * MRk,s / l [kN]
1.067

MRk,s = M0Rk,s (1 - NSd/NRd,s) [kNm]


0.010

gMs,b,V
1.250

VM
Rd,s [kN]
0.854

VSd [kN]
0.694

4.2 Pryout Strength


Ac,N [mm2]
32400

A0c,N [mm2]
32400

ccr,N [mm]
90

scr,N [mm]
180

k-factor
2.000

ec1,V [mm]
0

yec1,N
1.000

ec2,V [mm]
0

yec2,N
1.000

ys,N
1.000

N0Rk,c [kN]
28.553

gM,c,p
1.500

VRd,c1 [kN]
38.070

VSd [kN]
0.694

a
0.077

b
0.057

yec,V
1.000

yre,N
1.000

4.3 Concrete edge failure in direction y+


lf [mm]
60

dnom [mm]
6.0

k1
2.400

c1 [mm]
100

Ac,V [mm2]
30000

A0c,V [mm2]
45000

ys,V
0.900

yh,V
1.000

ya,V
1.004

ec,V [mm]
0

V0Rk,c [kN]
21.178

gM,c
1.500

VRd,c [kN]
8.508

VSd [kN]
0.694

yre,V
1.000

5 Combined tension and shear loads (ETAG, Annex C, Section 5.2.4)


bN
0.030
a

bV
0.812

a
2.000

bN + bV 1

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Utilization bN,V [%]


67

Status
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6 Displacements (highest loaded anchor)


Short term loading:
NSk

0.141 [kN]

dN

0.033 [mm]

VSk

0.514 [kN]

dV

0.222 [mm]

dNV

0.225 [mm]

Long term loading:


NSk

0.141 [kN]

dN

0.046 [mm]

VSk

0.514 [kN]

dV

0.333 [mm]

dNV

0.336 [mm]

Comments: Tension displacements are valid with half of the required installation torque moment for uncracked concrete! Shear displacements are
valid without friction between the concrete and the anchor plate! The gap due to the drilled hole and clearance hole tolerances are not included in
this calculation!
The acceptable anchor displacements depend on the fastened construction and must be defined by the designer!

7 Warnings
Load re-distributions on the anchors due to elastic deformations of the anchor plate are not considered. The anchor plate is assumed to be
sufficiently stiff, in order not to be deformed when subjected to the loading!

Input data and results must be checked for agreement with the
existing conditions and for plausibility!
Checking the transfer of loads into the base material is required in accordance with ETAG 001, Annex C(2010)Section 7! The software considers
that the grout is installed under the anchor plate without creating air voids and before application of the loads.
The design is only valid if the clearance hole in the fixture is not larger than the value given in Table 4.1 of ETAG 001, Annex C! For larger
diameters of the clearance hole see Chapter 1.1. of ETAG 001, Annex C!
The accessory list in this report is for the information of the user only. In any case, the instructions for use provided with the product have to be
followed to ensure a proper installation.

Fastening meets the design criteria!

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8 Installation data
Anchor plate, steel: Anchor type and diameter: HSA M6 hnom3
Profile: no profile; 0 x 0 x 0 mm
Installation torque: 0.005 kNm
Hole diameter in the fixture: df = 7 mm
Hole diameter in the base material: 6 mm
Plate thickness (input): 4 mm
Hole depth in the base material: 72 mm
Recommended plate thickness: not calculated
Minimum thickness of the base material: 120 mm
Cleaning: Manual cleaning of the drilled hole according to instructions for use is required.

8.1 Recommended accessories


Cleaning
Manual blow-out pump

Setting
Installation torque control bar with suitable
screw driver or torque wrench
Hammer

20

20

20

20

Drilling
Suitable Rotary Hammer
Properly sized drill bit

20

20

Coordinates Anchor [mm]


Anchor
1

x
0

y
0

c-x
100

c+x
100

c-y
100

c+y
100

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20

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9 Remarks; Your Cooperation Duties


Any and all information and data contained in the Software concern solely the use of Hilti products and are based on the principles, formulas and
security regulations in accordance with Hilti's technical directions and operating, mounting and assembly instructions, etc., that must be strictly
complied with by the user. All figures contained therein are average figures, and therefore use-specific tests are to be conducted prior to using
the relevant Hilti product. The results of the calculations carried out by means of the Software are based essentially on the data you put in.
Therefore, you bear the sole responsibility for the absence of errors, the completeness and the relevance of the data to be put in by you.
Moreover, you bear sole responsibility for having the results of the calculation checked and cleared by an expert, particularly with regard to
compliance with applicable norms and permits, prior to using them for your specific facility. The Software serves only as an aid to interpret norms
and permits without any guarantee as to the absence of errors, the correctness and the relevance of the results or suitability for a specific
application.
You must take all necessary and reasonable steps to prevent or limit damage caused by the Software. In particular, you must arrange for the
regular backup of programs and data and, if applicable, carry out the updates of the Software offered by Hilti on a regular basis. If you do not use
the AutoUpdate function of the Software, you must ensure that you are using the current and thus up-to-date version of the Software in each case
by carrying out manual updates via the Hilti Website. Hilti will not be liable for consequences, such as the recovery of lost or damaged data or
programs, arising from a culpable breach of duty by you.

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