ground level 1 800 1600 max 2100 min 250mm min Ring beam concrete and

Ground level 1 800 1600 max 2100 min 250mm min ring

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ground level 1 800 1600 max 2100 min 250mm min Ring beam concrete and reinforcement 500 115 200 4 dia. 12mm ground level Ring beam concrete and reinforcement
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PCTTS 599: 20XX 91 Figure 6-8 Typical wall stiffeners at corners and intersections - vertical core blocks Part plan Part elevation 4 x 12mm vertical reinforcement In situ concrete In situ concrete 3 x 12mm vertical reinforcement Part plan Part elevation (a) Corner detail (b) Intersection detail 6mm stirrups at 400mm centre to centre 6mm stirrups at 400mm centre to centre
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PCTTS 599: 20XX 92 Figure 6-9 Typical wall stiffeners at corners and intersections - horizontal core blocks Part plan Part elevation In situ concrete In situ concrete 3 x 12mm vertical reinforcement Part plan Part elevation 200 mm min 200 mm min 200 mm min 250 mm min (a) Corner detail (b) Intersection detail 6mm stirrups every 300mm 6mm stirrups every 300mm 3 x 12mm vertical reinforcement 100mm max
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PCTTS 599: 20XX 93 Figure 6-10 Typical wall reinforcement and phasing of construction - vertical core blocks dia 12mm x 1 000mm Foundation dia 12mm Concrete Phase 0 Concrete Phase 1 Phase 2 Last Phase Phase "n" 12 14 13 1 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 7 40mm 2 1 4 3 5 6 Concrete Phase 3 Horizontal reinforcement every three rows Acceptable horizontal reinforcement Minimum cross section area 50mm2
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PCTTS 599: 20XX 94 Figure 6-11 Typical wall reinforcement and phasing of construction - horizontal core blocks Foundation dia 12mm Phase 0 Phase 1 Block laying and horizontal reinforcement 1 2 Horizontal reinforcement every three rows Acceptable horizontal reinforcement 1800 Horizontal reinforcement every three rows 1800 Vertical stiffener locations Phase 2 Vertical reinforcement and formwork Phase 3 Concreting Form work 1 dia.12mm vertical 1 dia.8mm horizontal 3 Minimum cross section 50mm2
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PCTTS 599: 20XX 95 Figure 6-12 Internal wall arrangement and reinforcement - vertical core blocks Figure 6-13 Internal wall arrangement and reinforcement - horizontal core blocks Ring beam Stiffener at 2.50m maximum Frame Frame External wall 150mm minimum 2.50m maximum 2.50m maximum Reinforcement 12mm bar Ring beam Stiffener at 2.50m maximum Frame Frame External wall 150mm minimum 2.50m maximum 2.50m maximum Reinforcement 12mm bar 150mm min
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PCTTS 599: 20XX 96 Figure 6-14 Ring beam reinforcement 100mm 150mm 100mm Ring beam - corner reinforcement 4 dia. 12mm bars 300mm Dia 6mm stirrup details 2 x 12mm bars top and bottom 100mm Ring beam - junction reinforcement Concrete beam 150mm min x 200mm min Concrete grade "B" or "C" min 150mm min 200mm min 500 3 x 12mm bars top and bottom 500
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PCTTS 599: 20XX 97 Figure 6-15 Openings and lintels 2 dia. 12mm bar 2 dia. 12mm bar 2 dia. 12mm bar 2 dia. 10mm bar 2 dia. 12mm bar 2 dia. 12mm bar Windows Door Ground level Max 1200mm 800mm to 1000mm Max 600mm 2 dia. 10mm bar Max 1800mm 2 dia. 12mm bar 2 dia. 12mm bar 4 dia. 12mm bar 200mm lintel min 4 dia. 16mm bar 2 dia. 16mm bar 2 dia. 16mm bar Max 2400mm 300mm lintel min 200 200 Stirrup dia 6mm spaced at 200mm Windows
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PCTTS 599: 20XX 98 6.1.3 Columns 6.1.3.1 Structural columns 6.1.3.1.1 Sizes The minimum cross-sectional dimensions shall be as follows: a) square columns - 250 mm x 250 mm ; and b) round columns - 250 mm diameter.
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