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FYP 2 nlca ppt ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOR OF GLULAM BEAM OF 50 METRE PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE SUBJECTED UNDER VERTICAL LIVE LOAD BASED ON BD 37/01 USING FINITE ELEMENT SOFTWARE
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FYP 2 nlca ppt ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOR OF GLULAM BEAM OF 50 METRE PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE SUBJECTED UNDER VERTICAL LIVE LOAD BASED ON BD 37/01 USING FINITE ELEMENT SOFTWARE

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  • 1. Analysis of Structural Behavior of Glulam Beam of 50 Metre Pedestrian Bridge Subjected Under Vertical Live Load Based on BD37/01 Using Finite Element Software NAME:NOR LATIFAH BINTI CHE AWANG ID STUDENT: 2009852656 SUPERVISOR: IR MUHD SALMIZI JAAFAR PANEL: IR MOHAMAD NASIR JON
  • 2. ABSTRACT This study is conducted by using finite element analysis and the software used is STAAD.Pro software version 2007. The model used in this analysis was made up of Glulam beam which is from timber of Merbau. The dimension of the beam is 500 mm × 1500 mm with a length of span is 50000 mm. Two major analysis involved in this study which are to investigate the structural and stress behavior of Glulam beam.
  • 3. INTRODUCTION  Mostly in Malaysia, the pedestrian bridges were built from composite beam, steel beam and reinforced concrete beam.  Glulam is used in construction of structure such as building or bridges.  Glulam used for structural as a green concept towards the green technology.
  • 4. PROBLEM STATEMENT Costly in manufacturing Contribute to higher greenhouse gas emission in manufacturing Corrode easily if no precaution taken Problems faced by conventional bridge such as steel bridge and reinforced concrete bridge
  • 5. OBJECTIVES To carry out an analysis for the structural behavior of glulam beam pedestrian bridge To study the stress effect on the glulam beam pedestrian bridge
  • 6. SCOPE OF STUDY Glulam beam modeled by using STAAD.Pro Software version 2007 The model supported by fixed and pinned support and made up from glulam timber type Merbau which is the specific weight 780 kg/m3 The dimension of the Glulam beam is 500 mm × 1500 mm with a length of span is 50000 mm
  • 7. LITERATURE REVIEW  Nowadays, in the world including our country the bridge engineering field is also the popular field among the other construction field such as the building construction field. Hence, the designer among the engineer to design the bridge are the majority required these days refer to the demanding in building the bridge. (Richard, 2009)
  • 8. METHODOLOGY Formulate Research Objectives Literature Review Study Data Collection Insert Data Develop Model Using STAAD.Pro Varification of the Model Analyze the Load on the Model Result and Analysis of Data Conclusion
  • 9. RESULTS SHEAR AND MOMENT
  • 10. DEFLECTION Max Deflection = 110.564 mm
  • 11. STRESS Max Stress = 4830.3521 kN/m2
  • 12. CONCLUSIONS  The structural behavior of Glulam beam analysis were obtained such as shear, bending moment and deflection. The stress effect of the beam also obtained.  The behavior of the beam in the analysis most probably depended on the condition of the loading applied.  The maximum deflection at the mid of span was meet the requirement based on SLS from BD 37/01 condition for live load was 166.67 mm.  The highest stress concentration also at the mid span of the beam.  The shear behavior of the beam also shows results as expected.
  • 13. RECOMMENDATIONS  Getting a better understanding and better quality of many studies and researches had been done and have to be done in the future will leading to improvement of its performance.  This research also can undergo a further development study with some criteria such as by applying other material to glulam such as carbon fiber or others nanotechnology material that will give different result on structural behavior and stress effect.  Using other software to do the analysis of glulam beam such as ABAQUS and others to make comparison between the software and there might be different with STAAD.Pro software.
  • 14. CREDITS Thank you to :  Mr. Ir. Muhd Salmizi Bin Jaafar  Faculty of Civil Engineering, UiTM Shah Alam