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Types

CE 472- 2007

DDM limitations

Floor Frames and strips

Statical Moment concept

Flat plate

Flat Slab

W ffl

Waffle

SWB

all

Minimum Thickness

Beamless slabs

SWB

Punching shear

DDM- SWB-example

M0

M+ve & M-ve

M0

Column Moment

andd axial

i l load

l d

Rebars

Rebars

For relatively light loads

spans : 4.5-6 m

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For relatively light loads

spans : 7.5

7 5-12

12 m

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For heavy industrial loads

spans : 6-9 m

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For heavy industrial loads

spans : 6-9 m

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Floor types

SWB

Flat

plate

Flat

Slab

Waffle

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Floor Frames

F1

Frame 1

Frame 4

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Fram

me D

Frame 3

F2

Fram

me C

Fram

me B

M

o

r

e

Fraame A

Frame 2

F3

F4

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Defining

design

frames and

strips

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DDM Limitations

SECTION 13.6

DIRECT DESIGN METHOD

13.6.1

Limitations

Design

D

i off slab

l b systems

t

within

ithi the

th limitations

li it ti

off 13.6.1.1

13 6 1 1 through

th

h 13.6.1.8

13 6 1 8 by

b the

th

direct design method shall be permitted.

13.6.1.1

13.6.1.2

13.6.1.3

13.6.1.4

13.6.1.5

13.6.1.6

13 6 1 7

13.6.1.7

13.6.1.8

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Panels shall be rectangular,

g

, with a ratio of longer

g to shorter span

p center-to-centerof

supports within a panel not greater than 2.

Successive span lengths center-to-center of supports in each direction shall not

differ by more than one-third the longer span.

Offset of columns by a maximum of 10 percent of the span (in direction of offset)

f

from

either

i h axis

i between

b

centerlines

li

off successive

i columns

l

shall

h ll be

b permitted.

i d

All loads shall be due to gravity only and uniformly distributed over an entire panel.

Live load shall not exceed two times dead load.

For a panel with beams between supports on all sides, the relative stiffness of beams

in two perpendiculardirections

1l22

(13-2)

2l12

shall not be less than 0.2 nor greater than 5.0.

Moment redistribution as permitted by 8.4

8 4 shall not be applied for slab systems

designed by the Direct Design Method. See 13.6.7.

Variations from the limitations of 13.6.1 shall be permitted if demonstrated by

analysis that requirements of 13.5.1 are satisfied.

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Statical Moment

M

o

r

e

M0

M0

F

i

member

b (beam

(b

or slab), the static moment is given

by

M0=wl2/8=Mpos+average(Mneg)

wu l2 ln2

M0 =

8

ln

l2

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75 + 30 (1l 2 / l 1 ) (1 l 2 / l 1 )

M

o

r

e

60 + 30 ( 1l 2 / l 1 )(1.5 l 2 / l 1 )

Use

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(1l 2 / l 1 ) 1.0

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13.6.4.2

exterior negative factored moments:

l 2 / l1

(1l 2 / l 1 ) = 0

(1l 2 / l 1 ) 1.0

t = 0

t 2.5

t = 0

t 2.5

0.5

1.0

2.0

100

100

100

75

75

75

100

100

100

90

75

45

100 10 t + 12 t ( 1l 2 / l 1 ) (1 l 2 / l 1 )

Use

t

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M0= 298.31

kN-m

Span A-1-2:

ln =6.5-(0.2+.25)

= 6.05 m

=7.0

70m

Fraame A

=6.5 m

Span A-2-3:

ln =7.0-2*.25 = 6.5

m

M0= 344.34

344 34

kN-m

=6.5 m

Frame A:

l2 =7/2+ext = 4.0 m

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=7.0 m

=8 m

Span C-1-2:

ln =6.5-2*.2 = 6.1

m

Span C-2-3:

ln =7.0-2*.2

=7 0 2* 2 = 6.6

66

m

Fram

me C

=7.0 m

M0= 568.62

kN-m

M0= 665.65

kN m

kN-m

Frame C:

l2 =8/2+7/2 = 7.5 m

Example data:

Live load = 3 kN/m2

dead load = 2 kN/m2

Slab thickness =250

250

mm

Wu=1.4(2+0.25*24)+1

.7*3= 16.3 kN/m2

C-1-2

C-2-3

A12

A-1-2

A-2-3

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=7.0 m

77.56

147.84

155.12

=6.5 m

208 82

208.82

120.52

295.68

398 03

398.03

432.67

223.82

=7.0

70m

=7.0 m

=8 m

Example data:

Live load = 3 kN/m2

dead load = 2 kN/m2

Slab thickness =250

mm

Wu=1.4(2+0.25*24)+

(

)

1.7*3= 16.3 kN/m2

223.82

=6.5 m

Frame A:

l2 =7/2+ext = 4.0 m

232.98

432.67

Frame C:

l2 =8/2+7/2 = 7.5 m

C-1-2

C-2-3

A-1-2

A-2-3

Code

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=7.0 m

6.5/4 7/2-6.5/4

77.56 0

=6.5 m

=8 m

8/2-6.5/4 6.5/4

M-ve

ve= 77.56 kN-m

177.41

118.27

324.5

108.17

139.8

93.2

8/2-7/4

A-1-2

7/4

7/4

7/4

Coolumn sttrip

Coolumn sttrip

7/4

Strips C

Strips-C

Frame C:

l2 =8/2+7/2 = 7.5 m

Frame A:

l2 =7/2+ext = 4.0 m

Code

7/4

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6.5/4 7/2-6.5/4

147 84

147.84

kN-m

m

72 31 48.21

48 21 M+ve

+ = 120.52 kN

=7.0

7 0 m72.31

=6.5 m

=7.0 m

A-2-3

Strips-A

C-2-3

C-1-2

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FP- Reinforcement

=6.5 m

=7.0

70m

Strips-A

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6.5/4 7/2-6.5/4

8/2-7/4

7/4

Frame C:

l2 =8/2+7/2 = 7.5 m

Frame A:

l2 =7/2+ext = 4.0 m

A-1-2

7/4

Coolumn sttrip

=6.5 m

7/4

Coolumn sttrip

7/4

=7.0 m

12@250

12

2@250

12@

@250

50

12@25

=8 m

8/2-6.5/4 6.5/4

14@200

14

4@280

20@24

40

14@250

=7.0 m

6.5/4 7/2-6.5/4

A-2-3

7/4

St i C

Strips-C

CS bot

CS top

MS top

MS bot

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14@250

20@240

20@240

14@250

14@280

14@200

14@200

Column strip

12@250

12@250

12@250

12@250

12@250

12@250

12@250

middle strip

Calculation sheets

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Span C-2-3

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Span C-2-3

C 2 3 flexure reinforcement

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Span C-1-2

C 1 2 flexure reinforcement

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Span A-2-3

A 2 3 flexure reinforcement

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Span A-1-2

A 1 2 flexure reinforcement

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M0= 298.31

kN-m

Span A-1-2:

ln =6.5-(0.2+.25)

= 6.05 m

=7.0

70m

Fraame A

=6.5 m

Span A-2-3:

ln =7.0-2*.25 = 6.5

m

M0= 344.34

344 34

kN-m

=6.5 m

Frame A:

l2 =7/2+ext = 4.0 m

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=7.0 m

=8 m

Span C-1-2:

ln =6.5-2*.2 = 6.1

m

Span C-2-3:

ln =7.0-2*.2

=7 0 2* 2 = 6.6

66

m

Fram

me C

=7.0 m

M0= 568.62

kN-m

M0= 665.65

kN m

kN-m

Frame C:

l2 =8/2+7/2 = 7.5 m

Example data:

Live load = 3 kN/m2

dead load = 3.68

kN/m2

Slab thickness =180

mm

Wu=1.4(3.68+0.18*24

)+1.7*3= 16.3 kN/m2

C-1-2

C-2-3

A12

A-1-2

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=7.0 m

47.73

90.98

170.04

=6.5 m

208 82

208.82

120.52

324.11

398 03

398.03

432.67

223.82

=7.0

70m

=7.0 m

=8 m

Example data:

Live load = 3 kN/m2

dead load = 3.68

kN/m2

Slab thickness =180

mm

Wu=1.4(3.68+0.18*24

)+1.7*3= 16.3 kN/m2

223.82

=6.5 m

Frame A:

l2 =7/2+ext = 4.0 m

232.98

432.67

Frame C:

l2 =8/2+7/2 = 7.5 m

C-1-2

C-2-3

A-1-2

A-2-3

Code

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examples

=7.0 m

6.5/4 7/2-6.5/4

6.24 6.14

6.

=6.5 m

=8 m

8/2-6.5/4 6.5/4

M-ve

ve= 47.73 kN-m

34.22

95.99

47.29

117.44

25.46

63.24

8/2-7/4

A-1-2

7/4

7/4

7/4

Coolumn sttrip

Coolumn sttrip

7/4

Strips C

Strips-C

Frame C:

l2 =8/2+7/2 = 7.5 m

Frame A:

l2 =7/2+ext = 4.0 m

Code

6 35

6.35

7/4

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6.5/4 7/2-6.5/4

12 69

12.69

kN-m

m

13 56 30.13

30 13 M+ve

+ = 120.52 kN

=7.0

7 0 m13.56

=6.5 m

=7.0 m

A-2-3

Strips-A

C-2-3

C-1-2

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SWB-Reinforcement

=6.5 m

=7.0

70m

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2007

A-1-2

7/4

7/4

Frame C:

l2 =8/2+7/2 = 7.5 m

Frame A:

l2 =7/2+ext = 4.0 m

Strips-A

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6.5/4 7/2-6.5/4

Coolumn sttrip

=6.5 m

7/4

Coolumn sttrip

7/4

=7.0 m

14@300

12

2@300

12@

@300

50

14@25

=8 m

8/2-6.5/4 6.5/4

12@300

12

2@300

12@30

00

12@300

=7.0 m

6.5/4 7/2-6.5/4

A-2-3

7/4

Strips-C

CS bot

CS top

MS top

MS bot

beams

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12@300

12@300

12@300

12@300

12@300

12@300

12@300

Column strip

14@300

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12@300

14@250

14@250

12@300

12@300

middle strip

14@300

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9.5.3.2

For slabs without interior beams spanning between the supports and having a ratio of long to short

span not greater than 2, the minimum thickness shall be in accordance with the provisions of Table 9.5(c) and

shall not be less than the following values:

(a) Slabs without drop panels as defined

in Section 13.3.7.1 and 13.3.7.2

120 mm

(b) Slabs with drop panels as defined in

Section 13.3.7.1 and 13.3.7.2

100 mm

TABLE 9.5(c)-MINIMUM

9 5( ) MINIMUM THICKNESS OF SLABS WITHOUT INTERIOR BEAMS

( ))

Yield

Without drop panels

strength, Exterior panels

Interior

fy MPa

panels

Without

With edge

edge beams beams

300

ln

ln

ln

33

36

36

420

ln

ln

ln

30

33

33

520

ln

ln

ln

28

31

31

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Exterior panels

Without

edge beams

ln

36

ln

33

ln

31

With edge

beams

ln

40

ln

36

ln

34

Interior

panels

ln

40

ln

36

ln

34

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=7.0 m

=6.5 m

=7.0

70m

=6.5 m

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Ln 6550

=

= 218 mm

30

30

Ln 6550

=

= 218 mm

30

30

Ln 6550

=

= 218 mm

30

30

=8 m

Ln 7500

=

= 250 mm

30

30

Ln 7500

=

= 227 mm

33

33

Ln 7500

=

= 250 mm

30

30

=7.0 m

Ln 6550

=

= 218 mm

30

30

Ln 6550

=

= 218 mm

30

30

Ln 6550

=

= 218 mm

30

30

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9.5.3.3

(a)

((b))

For slabs with beams spanning between the supports on all sides, the minimum

thickness shall be as follows:

For m equal to or less than 0.2, the provisions of Section 9.5.3.2 shall apply;

For m g

greater than 0.2 but not g

greater than 2.0, the thickness shall not be less than

fy

l n 0.8 +

1500

h=

36 + 5 ( m 0.2)

(9-12)

and

d nott less

l than

th 120 mm;

(c)

For m greater than 2.0, the thickness shall not be less than

fy

l n 0.8 +

1500

h=

36 + 9

and not less than 90 mm;

(d)

At discontinuous edges, an edge beam shall be provided with a stiffness ratio not

less than 0.80 or the minimum thickness required by Eq. (9-12) or (9-13) shall be

increased by at least 10 percent in the panel with a discontinuous edge.

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(9-13)

y by

y centerlines of adjacent

j

panels

p

(if

( any)

y) on each side

slab bounded laterally

of beam. See Chapter 13

= average value of a for all beams on edges of a panel

= ratio of clear spans in long to short direction of two-way slabs

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=7.0 m

fy

l n 0.8 +

1500

h=

36 + 9

=

=6.5 m

8 0.3

7.70

=

= 1.24

6.5 0.3 6.2

hh=176.3

176.3 mm

=

=7.0 m

=7.0 m

=8 m

7 0.3 6.7

=

= 1.08

6.5 0.3 6.2

h=158.3

h

158.3 mm

8 0.3

7.70

=

= 1.15

7.0 0.3 6.70

h=179.4 mm

=6.5 m

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Two-way(Punching) shear-Vu& Vc

y1=d_avg/2+yc/2 +ext= 0.21/2+0.4/2+0.5= 0.805 m

x1=d_avg/2+xc/2

=d avg/2+xc/2 +ext= 0.21/2+0.4/2+0.5=

0 21/2+0 4/2+0 5= 0.805

0 805 m

=7.0 m

y1

x1

Frame 1:

l2 =6.5/2+ext = 3.75 m

=7.0 m

=8 m

y1=d_avg+yc= 0.21+0.4= 0.61

=6.5 m

Frame A:

l2 =7/2+ext = 4.0 m

x1

y1

=7.0

70m

E

Exteriori A1

Pu-A1

=6.5 m

Cr.s-A1

Check

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Frame C:

l2 =7/2+8/2= 7.5 m

Example

E

ample data:

Live load = 3 kN/m2

dead load = 2 kN/m2

Slab thickness =250 mm

Wu=1.4(2+0.25*24)+1.7*3=

16.3 kN/m2

Frame 2:

l2 =7/2+6.5/2= 6.75 m

Interior- C2

Pu C2

Pu-C2

Cr.s-C2

Check

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y1=d_avg+yc = 0.21+0.4= 0.61 m

x1=d_avg+yc = 0.21+0.5= 0.71 m

0.5

= 1.25

0.4

b0 = 2(0.61 + 0.71) = 2.64 m = 2640 mm

c =

Vc = (1 +

2

1.25

25 * 2640 * 210

25 * 2640 * 210

=

= 924.0 kN

V

)

= 1201 kN c

3 *1000

6 *1000

*210

Vc = ( 402640

+ 2)

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25 * 2640 * 210

= 1197 kN

12 *1000

Vc 0.75 * 924.0

=

= 0.85 < 1 Not .OK

Vu

818.1

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y1=d_avg/2+yc/2 +ext= 0.21/2+0.4/2+0.5= 0.805 m

x1=d_avg/2+xc/2 +ext= 0.21/2+0.4/2+0.5= 0.805 m

0.4

= 1.0

0.4

b0 = (0.805 + 0.805) = 1.61 m = 1610 mm

c =

Vc = (1 + 12.0 )

25 *1610 * 210

= 845 kN

6 *1000

*210

Vc = ( 201610

+ 2)

25 *1610 * 210

= 563.5 kN

3 *1000

25 *1610 * 210

= 649 kN

12 *1000

Vc

Vu

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Vc =

0.75 * 563.5

= 1.81 > 1 .OK

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Span C-1-2

bw=300 mm

hw=420 mm

hf =180 mm

Ib

=

Is

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bw=300 mm

hw=420 mm

hf =180

180 mm

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Minimum Thickness

DDM- SWB-example

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M0

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Drop Panels

13.3.7

13.3.7.1

13 3 7 2

13.3.7.2

13.3.7.3

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reinforcement over the column of a flat slab, size of drop panel shall be in

accordance with the Section 13.3.7.1, 13.3.7.2, and 13.3.7.3.

D

Drop

panell shall

h ll extend

t d in

i each

h direction

di ti from

f

centerline

t li off supportt a distance

di t

not less than one-sixth the span length measured from center-to- center of

supports in that direction.

Projection of drop panel below the slab shall be at least one-quarter the slab

thickness beyond the drop.

In computing required slab reinforcement, the thickness of the drop panel

below the slab shall not be assumed g

greater than one-quarter

q

the distance from

edge of drop panel to edge of column or column capital.

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