reinforced concrete design 1 design of slab (examples

REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN 1 Design of Slab (Examples

Design of Slab (Examples and Tutorials) by Sharifah Maszura Syed Mohsin Example 1: Simply supported One way slab A rectangular reinforced concrete slab is simply-supported on two masonry walls 250 mm thick and 3.75 m apart. The slab has to carry a distributed permanent action of 1.0 kN/m2 (excluding slab self-weight) and a variable action of 3 ...

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REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN 1 Design of Slab

Design of Slab by Sharifah Maszura Syed Mohsin Design of Reinforced Concrete Slab •Basically, the design as easier as compared to beam design. •This is because: 1. In the design calculation, slab width, b is fixed to 1 m (b =1000 mm). 2. Shear stress in slab is very small except when the slab is subjected to point loads. 3.

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Slab Design Example - Jim Richardson

CE 433, Reinforced Concrete Design Summer 2013 Example Slab Design 1 / 2 Material Properties Geometry compressive strength of concrete f'c 5,000 psi span length of slab (beam spacing L 18 ft center to center coefficient for depth of stress block 1 0.80 width of supporting beam bsupport 14 in yield strength of reinforcement fy 60,000 psi clear span Ln 16.83 ft = L - bsupport/12

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REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN 1 Design of Beam (Examples

Design of Beam (Examples and Tutorials) by Sharifah Maszura Syed Mohsin Example 1: Simply supported beam design - Rectangular A rectangular reinforced concrete beam simply supported on two mansory walls 200 mm thick and 6 m apart. The beam has to carry a distributed permanent action of 10 kN/m (excluding beam self-weight) and variable action of ...

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REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN 1 Design of Staircase

Example 1: Straight staircase design A reinforced concrete staircase for office use is shown in Figure 1. It is connected to a landing at upper part and supported by a beam at the end of the landing. At the end lower the stair supported by a beam and continuous with the floor slab. Design the staircase by using concrete

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Slab Design Example - Jim Richardson

CE 433, Reinforced Concrete Design Summer 2013 Example Slab Design 1 / 2 Material Properties Geometry compressive strength of concrete f'c 5,000 psi span length of slab (beam spacing L 18 ft center to center coefficient for depth of stress block 1 0.80 width of supporting beam bsupport 14 in yield strength of reinforcement fy 60,000 psi clear span Ln 16.83 ft = L - bsupport/12

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REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN 1 Design of Slab

Design of Slab by Sharifah Maszura Syed Mohsin Design of Reinforced Concrete Slab •Basically, the design as easier as compared to beam design. •This is because: 1. In the design calculation, slab width, b is fixed to 1 m (b =1000 mm). 2. Shear stress in slab is very small except when the slab is subjected to point loads. 3.

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Reinforced Concrete Design to BS8110 Structural Design 1 ...

Reinforced Concrete Design to BS8110 Structural Design 1 – Lesson 5 5 4.3.1 Worked example A simply supported beam has an effective span of 9 m and supports loads as shown. Determine suitable dimensions for the effective depth and width of the beam. 9 m q = 20 kN/m g = 15 kN/mk k From the table of Span/d for initial sizing Span d d Span mm

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Slab Design Example 1: Calculating Area Steel Reinforcing ...

Feb 20, 2015  goo.gl/04sZ7b for more FREE video tutorials covering Concrete Structural DesignThe objective of this video is to determine the area of bottom reinforc...

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RC2 Reinforced Concrete Slab Example

RC2 - RC Slab Example Last Modified: 9/14/2018 6 Add the following reinforcement steel in the same manner. We do not need to define any beam shapes since we are using a reinforced concrete slab.

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StructurePoint - Design Examples

This design example focuses on the analysis and design of a tapered cantilever retaining wall including a comparison with model results from the engineering software programs spWall and spMats. The retaining wall is fixed to the reinforced concrete slab foundation with a shear key for sliding resistance.

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How to Design One-way Slab as per ACI 318-19? Example ...

The design of one-way slab is simple and can be carried out easily. The ACI 318-19 provides a number of requirements regarding slab thickness, concrete cover, and reinforcement ratio which facilitate the design process. For instance, the ACI 318-19 specifies minimum slab thickness that satisfies deflection.

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FEBRUARY 2019 LRFD BRIDGE DESIGN 5-1

Reinforced and prestressed concrete are used extensively in bridge projects. In addition to general design guidance and information on detailing practices, this section contains three design examples: a three-span reinforced concrete slab superstructure, a 63 inch pretensioned I-beam, and a three-span post-tensioned concrete slab superstructure.

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Reinforced Concrete Design: Chapter 8 - Design examples of ...

Mar 01, 2014  Solved example 8.1: We will do the design of the continuous slab, of which we did the structural analysis in the previous chapter 7. We have obtained the BM and SF at all the important points. We will use the results obtained by using the 'method of coefficients' fig.7.14 and 7.15.

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Example 2.2 [Ribbed slab design]

Reinforced concrete structures II – Ribbed slab Example 2 1 Example 2.2 [Ribbed slab design] A typical floor system of a lecture hall is to be designed as a ribbed slab. The joists which are spaced at 400mm are supported by girders. The overall depth of the slab without finishing materials is 300mm.

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Concrete The Reinforced Design Manual

text was added to each chapter, while maintaining relevant design aids and illustrative examples. The 2012 edition of the Reinforced Concrete Design Manual [SP-17(11)] was developed in accordance with the design provisions of ACI 318-11, and is consistent with the format of SP-17(09). Chapters 1

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Slab Design Example 1: Design Moments Reinforced ...

goo.gl/9kVqTy for more FREE video tutorials covering Concrete Structural DesignThe objectives of this video are to look at the maximum load combinatio...

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360R-06 Design of Slabs-on-Ground - NICFI

Chapter 6—Design of unreinforced concrete slabs, p. 360R-29 6.1—Introduction 6.2—Thickness design methods 6.3—Shear transfer at joints 6.4—Maximum joint spacing Chapter 7—Design of slabs reinforced for crack-width control, p. 360R-32 7.1—Introduction 7.2—Thickness design methods 7.3—Reinforcement for crack-width control only

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Slab Design Example 1: Steel Reinforcing Spacing ...

goo.gl/PNrWgf for more FREE video tutorials covering Concrete Structural DesignThe objectives of this video are to find out steel spacing required for...

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REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN 1 Design of Slab

Design of Slab by Sharifah Maszura Syed Mohsin Design of Reinforced Concrete Slab •Basically, the design as easier as compared to beam design. •This is because: 1. In the design calculation, slab width, b is fixed to 1 m (b =1000 mm). 2. Shear stress in slab is very small except when the slab is subjected to point loads. 3.

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Reinforced Concrete Design to BS8110 Structural Design 1 ...

Reinforced Concrete Design to BS8110 Structural Design 1 – Lesson 5 5 4.3.1 Worked example A simply supported beam has an effective span of 9 m and supports loads as shown. Determine suitable dimensions for the effective depth and width of the beam. 9 m q = 20 kN/m g = 15 kN/mk k From the table of Span/d for initial sizing Span d d Span mm

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Slab Design Example 1: Design Moments Reinforced ...

Feb 20, 2015  goo.gl/9kVqTy for more FREE video tutorials covering Concrete Structural DesignThe objectives of this video are to look at the maximum load combinatio...

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Slab Design Example 1: Calculating Area Steel Reinforcing ...

Feb 20, 2015  goo.gl/04sZ7b for more FREE video tutorials covering Concrete Structural DesignThe objective of this video is to determine the area of bottom reinforc...

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RC2 Reinforced Concrete Slab Example

RC2 - RC Slab Example Last Modified: 9/14/2018 6 Add the following reinforcement steel in the same manner. We do not need to define any beam shapes since we are using a reinforced concrete slab.

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Concrete The Reinforced Design Manual

text was added to each chapter, while maintaining relevant design aids and illustrative examples. The 2012 edition of the Reinforced Concrete Design Manual [SP-17(11)] was developed in accordance with the design provisions of ACI 318-11, and is consistent with the format of SP-17(09). Chapters 1

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How to Design One-way Slab as per ACI 318-19? Example ...

The design of one-way slab is simple and can be carried out easily. The ACI 318-19 provides a number of requirements regarding slab thickness, concrete cover, and reinforcement ratio which facilitate the design process. For instance, the ACI 318-19 specifies minimum slab thickness that satisfies deflection.

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FEBRUARY 2019 LRFD BRIDGE DESIGN 5-1

Reinforced and prestressed concrete are used extensively in bridge projects. In addition to general design guidance and information on detailing practices, this section contains three design examples: a three-span reinforced concrete slab superstructure, a 63 inch pretensioned I-beam, and a three-span post-tensioned concrete slab superstructure.

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Design Of Heavy Duty Concrete Floor Slabs On Grade

j. Nonreinforced slab. Concrete slab resting on grade containing minimal distributed steel, usually of welded wire fabric (WWF), for the purpose of limiting crack width due to shrinkage and tempera-ture change. k. Reinforced slab. Concrete slab resting on grade containing steel

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Reinforced Concrete Design: Chapter 8 - Design examples of ...

Mar 01, 2014  Solved example 8.1: We will do the design of the continuous slab, of which we did the structural analysis in the previous chapter 7. We have obtained the BM and SF at all the important points. We will use the results obtained by using the 'method of coefficients' fig.7.14 and 7.15.

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360R-06 Design of Slabs-on-Ground - NICFI

Chapter 6—Design of unreinforced concrete slabs, p. 360R-29 6.1—Introduction 6.2—Thickness design methods 6.3—Shear transfer at joints 6.4—Maximum joint spacing Chapter 7—Design of slabs reinforced for crack-width control, p. 360R-32 7.1—Introduction 7.2—Thickness design methods 7.3—Reinforcement for crack-width control only

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Design of Reinforced Concrete Slabs - Weebly

Prof. Dr. Qaisar Ali CE-320 Reinforced Concrete Design-I Introduction In reinforced concrete construction, slabs are used to provide flat, useful surfaces. A reinforced concrete slab is a broad, flat plate, usually horizontal, with top and bottom surfaces parallel or nearly so.

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Example 2: Design the roof slab, beam and column of house ...

1.5" Expansion joint R.C.C Column A A Example 2: Design the roof slab, beam and column of house given in figure 1. Concrete compressive strength (fc′) = 3 ksi. Steel yield strength (fy) = 40 ksi. Load on slab: 4″ thick mud. 2″ thick brick tile. Live Load = 40 psf Figure 1: Slabs S1 and S2 to be designed. Discussion: Expansion Joints

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Reinforced Concrete Design

ARCH 331 Note Set 22.1 Su2014abn 5 Reinforced Concrete Beam Members Strength Design for Beams Sstrength design method is similar to LRFD. There is a nominal strength that is reduced by a factor which must exceed the factored design stress.

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