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An introduction to the development,benefits, design and construction ofin-situ prestressed suspended floors
AM Stevenson
BSc(Hons), CEng, MICE, MIStructE
 
FOREWORD
This publication was commissioned by the ReinforcedConcrete Council, which was set up to promote betterknowledge and understanding of reinforced concretedesign and building technology.Its members are Co-Steel Sheerness plc and Allied Steel
&
Wire, representing the major suppliers of reinforcingsteel in the UK, and the British Cement Association,representing the major manufacturers of Portland cementin the UK.Theandauthor, Mark Stevenson, is an Associate with GiffordPartners.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The Reinforced Concrete Council and the author aregrateful to
Sami
Khan, Peter
Mathew,
David Ramsey andall those who provided comments on the draft of thispublication, and for the photographic material suppliedby PSC Freyssinet Limited. Thanks are alsoextended to Alan Tovev of Tecnicom for his work inco-ordinating this publication.
ABOUT THIS PUBLICATION
This publication aims to de-mystify the techniques of 
post-
tensioned concrete floor construction in multi-storeybuildings, whilst looking at the economics andpracticability of construction. It is intended for two broadcategories of reader.Firstly, it presents an introduction to the benefits,constraints, principles and techniques for non-technicalprofessionals.These people will wish to understand thebroad issues of an essentially simple technique with whichthey may not be entirely familiar, without being swampedby equations. Sections 1 and 3 provide the briefestexecutive overview, whilst reading Sections
1
to 4 plus 7will give a broader picture.Secondly, it can be used as a more technical review forthose who, in addition to the above issues, wish to explorefurther the principles of design and construction. In thiscase all sections should prove useful.This publication is not intended to be a full technicalreference book for design, but it does address many of theissues often omitted from such works.
97.347
Published by the BritishCement Association on behalf 
First published
1994
industry sponsors of theReinforced Concrete Council.
ISBN 0 7210 1481
X
Price Group DBritish Cement AssociationCentury House, Telford AvenueCrowthorne, Berkshire
RGll
6YS
0
British CementAssociation
1994
Tel(0344)762676Fax(0344)761214of the
All advice or information from the British Cement Association is intended
for
those who will evaluate the significance and limitations of its contents and takeresponsibility for its use and application. No liability (including that for negligence) for any loss resulting from such
advice
or information
IS
accepted. Readersshould note that all BCA publications are subject to revision from time to time and should therefore ensure that they are in possession of the latest version.

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