# Calculation Formula Of Column, Beam And Slab ### Calculation Formula

The steel calculation formula is L x D2 /162
L = Length of bar
D = diameter of bar

### Steel Quantity of Column

Assuming the following data,
column size is 450 x 600 x 3000 mm

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It is known that the length of the bar is 3 m. By this we can calculate the weight of the bar and we have to calculate the weight of stirrups or ties. Dia of ties is 8 mm.

We have to calculate weight of 25 mm bar = 3 x (25)2/162 = 11.57 k.g

No. of bar = 8 so, weight of bar is = 11.57 x 8 = 92.56 k.g.

We have to calculate weight of 20 mm bar = 3 x (20)2/162 = 7.40 k.g

No. of bar is = 6 so,

Weight of bar = 7.40 x 6 = 44.4 k.g.

### Calculate Weight Ties or Stirrups

1. Hook Length is = 10d or 75 mm
2. 45° Bend = 1d
3. 90° Bend = 2d
4. 135° Bend = 3d

Cutting length of ties A = (column width – clear cover + column thickness – clear cover) + 2 no. of Hook – no. of 90 ° bend – 135 ° bend

Cutting length = (600 – 25 + 450 – 25) + 2(10d) – 3(2d) – 2(3d)

Cutting length = (575 +425) + 2(10 x 8) – 3(2 x 8) – 2(3 x 8)

Cutting length = 1064 mm

We can calculate all ties cutting length in this process.

### Steel Weight of Beam

Cutting length = Total length of the beam – 2 sides of clear cover + Both side Development length (Ld) + Lap length ( If the length of the beam is more than 12 m)

### Quantity of Beam Steel

 Description No.of Beam Cutting Length in Meter No. Bar 20 dia 16 dia 8 dia Top main bar 1 20.95 4 83.8 Bottom main bar 1 20.95 2 41.9 41.9 Top Extra bar 1 2.9 3 8.7 2.2 2 4.4 2.75 2 5.5 2.45 3 7.35 Bottom extra 1 4.945 2 9.89 3.52 2 7.04 3.735 2 7.47 Lap length (Top +Bottom) 1 1.0 6 4.0 1 1.0 2 2.0 Ring (Grid 4-5) 1 1.55 51 79.05 Ring (Grid 3-1) 1.55 72 111.6 Total 52.6 171.35 190.65

Total length of 20 mm bar = 56.6 m

Total length of 16 mm bar = 171.35 m

Total length of 8 mm bar = 190.65 m

Weight of 20 mm bar = 56.6 x 2.469 = 139.74 k.g. (1 m bar = 2.469 k.g)

Weight of 16 mm bar = 171.35 x 1.58 = 270.73 k.g. (1 m bar = 1.58 k.g)

Weight of 8 mm bar = 190.65 x 0.395 = 75.30 k.g. (1 m bar = 2.469 k.g)

### Calculation of Slab Steel

Spacing in slab bar c/c 150 mm

We have to use a main and cross 10 mm bar in the slab Before calculating.

Beam length from Grid-(L – M) is 7443 mm and Grid-(1 – 2) 5320 mm as given.

Width of the slab is 7443 that is the Width of two slabs for calculating S2 slab steel divide the width of 2 then we will get Width of S2 slab.

Width of slab S2 = 7443/2 = 3721.5 mm

Length of slab S2 = 5320 mm

we know that the main bar of slab laid in short span and crossbar laid in longer span.

First calculate the no. of bar = Length of span / spacing of bar + 1

Calculate the no. of bar of short span= 3721.5 / 150 +1 = 25.81 , approx = 26

Calculate the no. of bar of long span= 5320 / 150 +1 = 36.46 , approx = 36

Short span length = 3721.5 mm

Long span length = 5320 mm

Cutting length of short span = Length of span + Crank length – 45° bend

= 3721.5 + 0.42D – 2(1d)

D = Slab thickness – 2 side clear cover – dia of bar = 150 – 50 -10 = 90 mm

= 3721.5 + 0.42 x 90 – 2 x 1 x 10 = 3739 mm

No. of bar in short span = 26

Total cutting length = 26 x 3.739 = 97.21 m

Cutting length of Long span = 5320 + 0.42 x 90 – 2 x 1 x 10 = 5337.8 mm

No. of bar in long span = 36

Total cutting length = 36 x 5337.8 = 192.16 m

Weight of short span bar = 97.21 x 0.617 = 59.97 k.g. ( 0.617= 102/162 )

Weight of short span bar = 192.16 x 0.617 = 118.56 k.g.

We also can calculate the weight of the bender in the same process.