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Lecture 13.1: Two-way Slabs – EXAMPLES p. 1 Lecture 12.1: Two-way Slabs – EXAMPLES p. 1 Lecture 13.1: Two-way Slabs - EXAMPLES Date: Tuesday April 7 th 2009 1.Concrete Design Handbook examples: Chapter 5 of the Concrete Design Handbook reviews the design of two-way slabs. In section 5.6 you will find a few examples: example of two-way flat-plate slab (Example 1, section 5.6, CDH) example of two-way flat slab with drop panels example of two-way slab with beams in between supports example of two-way slab with rigid supports =============================================================================== (Example 1, Section 5.6, the Concrete Design Handbook)
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Lecture 13.1: Two-way Slabs – EXAMPLES p. 2 Lecture 12.1: Two-way Slabs – EXAMPLES p. 2 How did they get this? E-W interior design strip = 6600/2+ 6600/2 = 6600 mm E-W column strip width = (6600/4) x 2 = 3300 E-W 1/2 middle strip width = 6600/2 - 3300/2 = 1650 mm N-S interior design strip = 7500/2 +6700/2 = 7100 mm N-S column strip width = (7500/4 + 6700/4) = 3550 mm N-S 1/2 middle strip width (left) = 7500/2 - 3550/2 = 1975 mm N-S 1/2 middle strip width (right) = 6700/2 - 3550/2 = 1575 mm
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Lecture 13.1: Two-way Slabs – EXAMPLES p. 3 Lecture 12.1: Two-way Slabs – EXAMPLES
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