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The slab shown in Figure 4 has to carry a factored design
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Figure 2._ & ANALYSIS OF SLABS 1. Determine the collaple load of a recta_gular R. + I I L Ans : w 3..UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF OF CIVIL PART III PLASTIC DESIGN SOUTHAMPTON ENGINEERING STRUCTURES-:"·. 2.M -M • .9 M/L 2 Determine the collaple mechanism and load for the slab .. • ~ 46.x 3.. aSluming the edgel are now fixed.L.. ~ UDL Figure 1.bowD in Fisure 2. M . Delign the slab to carry twice this load. M L/2 + . .--t. limply lupported on all lidel.). when the reinforcement· il isotropic with •• IOkN-Jm •.. diltribution and collapse lead for the balcony slab shown in Figure 1.• I . L Ans : w • 10... slab (5. Determine ·the critical Y.C...•.7 H/L 2 ':.•..

5m" . Design the slab shown in Figure 3 by Yield Line and Strip approaches. Figure 3. 1.. 4M +1. Variable reinforcement can be used.l. loOm holes l. What are the design moments in the edge beama. loads • 8kN/m~.t.SIIl r. Slab 200 mm thick (concrete density 2300kg/m3) Live load 4kN/rl .6 x L.4 x D.Om ·1 1.5m PA6/SSJM/197S .• ------+. ~~------~6M~------~ 5..0m .L. Determine the design moments for the slab shown in Figure 4 by the Deslgn 8trip method.4. besign load • 1. Redesign by the itrip method assuming fixed edges.Om 3.~. (load factor is included) lo5m Figure 4.1.sm l.