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Two-way slabs are surface members acting in a both directions. They are supported on all four sides.

The ratio of length to width of one slab should less than 2 otherwise one-way action is obtained, even

though supports are provided on all sides. In many cases the slabs are of such proportions and are

supported in such way that two-way action results. An optimal plan geometry with all same supports

is a square, based on load distribution into both directions.

**Preliminary Design of Slab Thickness
**

Thickness design depends on boundary conditions (supports). We can distinguish two basic condi-

tions:

Simple support at all sides (SSSS) appropriate hs = 1.1 (Lx + Ly) / 75,

fixed support at all sides (FFFF) appropriate hs = 1.2 (Lx + Ly) / 105.

For other boundary conditions is reasonable to keep thickness in range between all fixed and all

simply supported edges, but minimum depth is 80 mm.

Structure Load

Slabs are loaded by uniform load per square meter (kN/m2) in the mostly cases. It is convenient to

think of it as consisting of two sets of parallel strips, in each of the two directions, intersecting each

other (mostly perpendicular to each other). Evidently, part of the load is carried by one set and trans-

mitted to one pair of edge support, and the remainder by the other. To obtain internal forces in each

way is necessary to compute load for corresponding direction. Because the imaginary strips actually

are part of the same monolithic slab, their deflection at the intersection point must be the same. The

line load can be obtain by means of split factor cx based on assumption of the identical center deflection

of the short and long strips (wx = wy).

Example: Task is to derive a split factor cx for two-way slab with supports in direction x as simple-

simple (SS) and in direction y as simple-fixed (SF).

Presumption: wx = wy in center of both directions.

5 f d , x Lx 2 f d , y Lx

4 4

| fd fd ,x fd , y f d , x cx f d ; f d , y 1 cx cx f d

384 EI 384 EI

5 cx f d L4x 2 1 cx f d Lx

4

384 EI 384 EI

4

2L

cx 4 y 4

5Lx 2 Ly

**Dimensioning Internal Forces
**

Obtained results are approximate because actual behavior of a slab is more complex than that of the

two intersecting strips. Whether is ensured that slab corners cannot heave upward it is allowed to

reduce design values of bending moment by coefficient κ, but only in mid-span.

5 Lx Ly

4 4

6 L2x L2y

Reduced bending moments can be obtained as follows:

Boundary Conditions Reduced Bending Moments

Simple-Simple mred m 1

2

Simple-Fixed (Fixed-Simple) mred m 1

3

1

Fixed-Fixed mred m 1

3

**Proportioning and Check of Reinforcement
**

Longitudinal reinforcement must resist to dimensioning bending moments. In the performed analysis

were neglected torsion moments in the corners of concrete slab. This simplification must be accounted

in arrangement of longitudinal reinforcement according to detailing rules.

Reinforcement Arrangement (Detailing Rules)

Bottom Reinforcement

** Longitudinal reinforcement can be reduced in border zones to one half of design area in the
**

middle of span (green and blue color).

In the corners where simple supports meet to each other must be reinforcement transferring

torsion moments. The minimum area of this reinforcement (in each way) is a maximum from

values As,x and As,y in mid-span (pink color).

Top Reinforcement

** Top reinforcement is not reduced anywhere. Slab has to be reinforced by top surface in fixed
**

or partial fixed supports (length of reinforcement is depicted above) - green and blue color.

In the corners where simple supports meet to each other must be reinforcement transferring

torsion moments. The minimum area of this reinforcement (in each way) is a maximum from

values As,x and As,y in mid-span - pink color.

In corners where simple support meets fixed support is necessary one half of max (As,x; As,y)

placed parallel with fixed support- pink color.

In corners where fixed support meets fixed support is not needed reinforcement for torsion

moments (this case is not in scheme above)

All reinforcement must be accompanied by distribution reinforcement.

No surfaces can be without any reinforcement due to volume changes of concrete (shrinkage).

Thereby the surfaces without reinforcement should be accompanied by welded wire mesh.

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