Diseño y proceso de construcción del túnel “McCook Reservoir – 030 ft Weir Tunnel” en Summit, Ill...

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1. EFCO

1.1. Safety

1.1.1. It`s the most important thing in construction

1.1.2. Engineers shall hold paramount the safety, health, and welfare of the public

1.2. Function

1.2.1. Desing must work as intenden including assembly, cycling, and dissasembly operations

1.3. Economy

1.3.1. Provide safe abd efficient solutions that help achieve the best value and lowest costs

1.3.1.1. Lowest In-Place Concrete Costs = Cost of Equipment (20%) + Labor (80%)

1.3.1.2. Use standard equipment available in inventory

1.4. Standard EFCO Equipment

1.4.1. .

1.5. Definitions

1.5.1. Form

1.5.1.1. A temporary structure or mold for the support of concrete while it is setting and gaining sufficient strenght to be self-supporting

1.5.2. Formwork

1.5.2.1. Total system of support for freshly placed concrete, including mold or sheating that contacts the concrete as well as supporting members, hardware and necessary bracing

1.5.3. Shoring

1.5.3.1. Props or post of timber or other material in compression used for the temporary support of excavations, formwork, or unsafe structures; the process of erecting shores

1.5.4. Falsework

1.5.4.1. The temporary structure erected to support work in the process of construction; composed of shoring or vertical posting and lateral bracing for fromwork beams and slabs

2. Project example

2.1. Pour 1 - Isometric Detail

2.2. Pour 2 - Isometric Detail

2.3. Key Plan View

2.4. Key Elevation

2.5. Pour 1 Lift Sequence (600 mm maximum differential)

2.6. Pour 2 Lift Sequence (600 mm maximum differential)

2.7. Section View - Pour 1

2.8. Concrete Placement Windows

3. Design Process

3.1. 1. Developing an Engineering Plan prior to startin a project is an imposrtant step to help everyone understand and communicate scope, duration, and expectations

3.1.1. Generate outline of calculation requirements

3.1.2. Generate

3.2. 2. Determine wich Desing Specifications apply to the project

3.2.1. ACI 347R-14 Guide to Formwork for Concrete

3.2.2. ANSI/AISC 360-16 Specifications for Structural Steel Buildings

3.2.3. ANSE 7-16 Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures

3.2.4. ASCE 37-14 Design Loads on Structures During Construction

3.3. 3. Determine Desing Loads (ACI 347-14, ASCE 7-16, ASCE 37-14)

3.3.1. Maximum Concrete Form Pressure Rating

3.3.2. Dead Load

3.3.3. Live Load

3.3.4. Lateral Load

3.3.5. Wind Loads

3.4. Model

3.5. 4. Determine Load Combinations (ASCE 7-16)

3.5.1. Load Combinatins Summary

3.5.2. Factored Combinations: Full Load (Pour 1)

3.6. 5. Analyze Results

3.6.1. Required Strength < ó = Avalable Strength

3.7. Assambly Sequence

3.7.1. Heavy Equipment Required

3.7.2. Cycling Sequence

3.7.2.1. Section View

3.7.2.2. Model View

3.7.2.3. Results

4. Pieces

4.1. Upper Assembly

4.2. Lower Super Stud Frame

4.3. Redi-Radius Shaping Table