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Dr. Ali Tayeh First Semester 2009. Design of Concrete Structure I. Lecture 12. One Way Slab Part 1. Slab – Minimum thickness. One-Way Slab Design. Thickness of One-Way Slabs. Fire Rating. This is equal to the number of hours for unexposed surface to rise a set amount usually 120 o C.

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Design of concrete structure i

Dr. Ali

Tayeh

First Semester 2009

Design of Concrete Structure I


Lecture 12

Lecture 12

One Way Slab

Part 1



One way slab design
One-Way Slab Design

Thickness of One-Way Slabs

Fire Rating

This is equal to the number of hours for unexposed surface to rise a set amount usually 120 o C

9.0 cm. 1 hour 12.5 cm. 2 hours 16.0 cm. 3 hours


Cover for slab reinforcement
Cover for Slab Reinforcement

ACI Sec. 7.7.1 (min. cover for corrosion protection)

( 1.) Concrete exposed to earth or weather.

< f16 = 4.0 cm

> f16 = 5.0 cm

( 2.) Concrete not exposed to earth or weather.

< f32 = 2.0 cm

Min. covers for fire ratings should also be considered.


Minimum reinforcement
Minimum Reinforcement

  • According to ACI-Code 7.12.2.1 and for steels yielding at , the shrinkage reinforcement is taken not less than 0.0018 of the gross concrete area, or


Solid slab

Two way slab

One-way slab

Ribbed Slab

Two way slab

One-way slab


One way solid slab design
One-Way Solid Slab Design

Reinforcement

Typical Reinforcement in a one-way slab:


One way solid slab design1
One-Way Solid Slab Design

Cutoffs

If requirements for use of ACI Moment Coefficients:


One way solid slab design2
One-Way Solid Slab Design

Need to confirm thickness is adequate for one-way shear. Difficult to place shear reinforcement in a slab. Minimum area of shear reinforcement required in slabs if

Usual use



Two slabs One-Way Slabs



Two slabs One-Way Slabs


Summary of one way solid slab design procedure
Summary of One-way Solid Slab Design Procedure One-Way Slabs

  • Select representative 1-m wide design strip/strips to span in the short direction

  • Choose a slab thickness


  • Calculate the factored load by magnifying service dead and live loads according to this equation . The dead load includes own weight of the slab in addition to the covering materials it supports. The live load is dependent on the intended use of the slab.

  • Draw the shear force and bending moment diagrams for the strip


Example 1
Example 1 live loads according to this equation . The dead load includes own weight of the slab in addition to the covering materials it supports. The live load is dependent on the intended use of the slab.

Using the ACI-Code approximate structural analysis, design for a warehouse, a continuous one-way slab supported on beams 5.0 m apart as shown in Figure ‎. Assume that the beam webs are 30 cm wide. The dead load is 3 kN/m2 in addition to the slab own weight, and the live load is 2 kN/m2. Use

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O.k. live loads according to this equation . The dead load includes own weight of the slab in addition to the covering materials it supports. The live load is dependent on the intended use of the slab.


O.k. live loads according to this equation . The dead load includes own weight of the slab in addition to the covering materials it supports. The live load is dependent on the intended use of the slab.


Ribbed slab
Ribbed Slab live loads according to this equation . The dead load includes own weight of the slab in addition to the covering materials it supports. The live load is dependent on the intended use of the slab.


One way ribbed slab design notes
One-way Ribbed Slab Design Notes live loads according to this equation . The dead load includes own weight of the slab in addition to the covering materials it supports. The live load is dependent on the intended use of the slab.

  • According to ACI-Code 8.11.6.1, topping slab thickness is not to be less than 1/12 the clear distance between ribs, nor less than 5.0 cm.

  • According to ACI-Code 8.11.8, shear strength provided by rib concrete Vc may be taken 10 % greater than those for beams. It is permitted to increase shear strength using shear reinforcement or by widening the ends of ribs

  • Ribs are designed as rectangular beams in the regions of positive moment between the supports and as T-shaped beams in the regions of negative moments at the supports. Effective flange width beff is taken as half the distance between ribs, center-to-center


Summary of One-way Ribbed Slab Design Procedure live loads according to this equation . The dead load includes own weight of the slab in addition to the covering materials it supports. The live load is dependent on the intended use of the slab.

  • The direction of ribs is chosen.

  • The overall slab thickness h is determined based on deflection control requirement.

  • The factored load on each of the ribs is computed.

  • The shear force and bending moment diagrams are drawn.

  • The strength of web in shear is checked.

  • Design positive and negative moment reinforcement.


Example 2
Example 2 live loads according to this equation . The dead load includes own weight of the slab in addition to the covering materials it supports. The live load is dependent on the intended use of the slab.

Design a one-way ribbed slab to cover a 4 m x 10 m panel, shown in Figure below. The covering materials weigh 2 kN/m2, the live load is 2 kN/m2


An example for ribbed slab reinforcement
An Example for Ribbed slab Reinforcement live loads according to this equation . The dead load includes own weight of the slab in addition to the covering materials it supports. The live load is dependent on the intended use of the slab.


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