STUDY OF ECONOMICAL DESIGN OF STORAGE BUNKER BY CHANGING THE HEIGHT BY BREADTH RATIO
Author(s):
CH. Srivarma, G.Niranjan
Keywords:
Bunker, Most economical, Length to Breath ratio, Height to Breath ratio, coal, cost.
Abstract
In order to study the most economical configuration of a storage bunker to store a given volume of material for bunkers design. In this investigation for each volume 100m3, 200m3 and 300m3. the length to breadth ratio is constant. Finally the most economical section is determined by changing the height to breath ratio. For this purpose we considered three height to breath ratios for each volume i.e., h/b > 1 h/b =1 h/b < 1. values then for the same volume cost of the bunker compared for three h/b ratios finally the most economical height to breath ratio is found out for economical design. All the design have been based on the recommendations of IS456-2000 & IS4995-1974 codes based on the design dimensions of the bunker which leads to safe design and least amount of material i.e., steel and concrete and cost to store a given amount of material have been found out.
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Unique Paper ID: 152832

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 4

Page(s): 572 - 575
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