• Mittal Parmar P.G. student, Department of Structural Engineering, Parul University, Vadodara, Gujarat, India.
  • Varsha Yadav Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Parul University, Vadodara, Gujarat, India.
  • Samruddha Raje Structural Consultant, Vadodara, Gujarat, India.


Pre-engineering Building, Bay Spacing, Joist spacing, beam spacing, economy, stadd-pro software.


Pre Engineered Steel Buildings fulfil all the requirements of industrial structures along with reduced time, speed in construction and cost as compared to Conventional Steel Building. This methodology is modern not only due to its quality in designing and prefabrication, but also due to its light weight and economy. The present work involves study of structural analysis and design of Multi-storey Pre Engineering Building (PEB) by using IS 800-2000 .A modelling, analysis and design of the PEB building is carried out in staad pro (2007) by changing its bay spacing and joist spacing to find most economical structure. Also find out most economical beam spacing in mezzanine floor. Also analyse G+1 & G+2 building to find most economical bay spacing. And to check in which case it achieve most economy in steel quantity. Load cases considered in modelling are Dead load, Live load, Seismic load and Wind load as per Indian Standard code. Also load combinations are considered. Wind load calculation is to be done manually. Analysis is observed for the most economical steel quantity by changing bay spacing and also for changing joist spacing (secondary beam) in mezzanine floor.




How to Cite

Parmar, M., Yadav, V., & Raje, S. (2021). A PARAMETRIC STUDY ON PRE-ENGINEERED BUILDING. International Journal of Technical Innovation in Modern Engineering & Science, 5(4), 464–468. Retrieved from https://ijtimes.com/IJTIMES/index.php/ijtimes/article/view/2816