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Slab details

Reinforcement type Fabric

Thickness of slab h = 300 mm

Reinforcement details

Characteristic strength of mesh f = 500 N/mm2

yk

Fabric reinforcement (bottom) A142

Area of reinforcement in each direction A = PI*2/4*1000/s

s p

= 3.14*(6)2/4*1000/200

= 141.37 mm2/m

Percentage of reinforcement provided A = A /(h*10)

s_per s

= 141.37/(300*10)

= 0.047 %

Percentage reinforcement is within recommended limits

Diameter of reinforcement = 6 mm

Depth of nominal cover to reinforcement c = 50 mm

nom

Ave. effective depth of reinforcement d = h-c -(/2)

nom

= 300-50-(6/2)

= 247 mm

Char. compressive strength (cylinder) f = 25 N/mm2

ck

Char. compressive strength (cube) f = 30 N/mm2

cu

Mean compressive strength (cylinder) f = 33 N/mm2

cm

Mean axial tensile strength f = 2.6 N/mm2

ctm

Secant modulus of elasticity E = 31 kN/mm2

cm

Shear factor k = 1+(200/d)0.5

s

= 1+(200/247)0.5

= 1.9

Minimum shear strength of concrete V = 0.035*(k )1.5*(f /1)0.5

Rd_ct s ck

= 0.035*(1.9)1.5*(25/1)0.5

= 0.46 N/mm2

(cl 6.1.1)

Design flexural tensile strength f = f *((1.6-(h/1000))/ )

ctd_fl ctm c

= 2.6*((1.6-(300/1000))/1.5)

= 2.25 N/mm2

Moment capacity of plain concrete M = f *h2/6*10(-3)

un ctd_fl

= 2.25*(300)2/6*10(-3)

= 33.8 kNm/m

Subgrade construction

Modulus of sub-grade reaction k = 0.05 N/mm3

Reinforced concrete = 1.5

c

Bar and fabric reinforcement = 1.15

s

Permanent actions = 1.2

G

Variable actions = 1.5

Q

Dynamic actions = 1.6

D

(cl 6.3.2)

Moment capacity M = 0.95*A *f / *(d*10(-6))

p_fab s yk s

= 0.95*141.37*500/1.15*(247*10(-6))

= 14.42 kNm/m

Negative moment capacity M = (f *h2/(6* ))/1000

n ctd_fl c

= (2.25*(300)2/(6*1.5))/1000

= 22.53 kNm/m

(cl 7.5)

Radius of relative stiffness

I = (((E *103*h3)/(12*(1-v2)*k))0.25)/1000

cm

= (((31*103*(300)3)/(12*(1-(0.2)2)*0.05))0.25)/1000

= 1.1 m

Characteristic of system

= (3*k/(E *(h/1000)3))0.25

cm

= (3*0.05/(31*(300/1000)3))0.25

= 0.65 m-1

Characteristic of system

= (3*k/(E *(h/1000)3))0.25

cm

= (3*0.05/(31*(300/1000)3))0.25

= 0.65 m-1

Loading details

Number of point loads N = 1

Permanent point load G = G _sp

k k

= 10 kN

Variable point load Q = Q _sp

k k

= 10 kN

Dynamic point load D = D _sp

k k

= 10 kN

Loaded area length l = l _sp

l l

= 100 mm

Loaded area width l = l _sp

w w

= 100 mm

Equiv. contact radius of single load a = sqr((l *l )/PI)

l w

= sqr((100*100)/3.14)

= 56.42 mm

Radius ratio a_I = (a/1000)/I

= (56.42/1000)/1.1

= 0.051

(cl 7.8.3 and cl 7.8.4)

For a / I = 0

P = 2*PI*(M +M )

u_0 p n

= 2*3.14*(14.42+22.53)

= 232.2 kN

For a / I = 0.2

P = 4*PI*(M +M )/(1-((a/1000)/(3*I)))

u_0.2 p n

= 4*3.14*(14.42+22.53)/(1-((56.42/1000)/(3*1.1)))

= 472.5 kN

Thus for a/I = 0.051

P = P +(P -P )*((a/1000)/(I*0.2))

u u_0 u_0.2 u_0

= 232.2+(472.5-232.2)*((56.42/1000)/(1.1*0.2))

= 293.94 kN

Loading applied to slab F = N*((G * )+(Q * )+(D * ))

uls k G k Q k D

= 1*((10*1.2)+(10*1.5)+(10*1.6))

= 43 kN

Pass - The ultimate capacity of the slab is adequate for the loading.

(cl 6.4.1)

Design concrete comp. strength(cylinder) f = f /

cd ck c

= 25/1.5

= 16.67 N/mm2

Shear factor k = 0.6*(1-(f /250))

2 ck

= 0.6*(1-(25/250))

= 0.54

Length of perimeter of the loaded area u = 2*(l +l )

0 l w

= 2*(100+100)

= 400 mm

Shear stress at face of contact area v = 0.5*k *f

max_f 2 cd

= 0.5*0.54*16.67

= 4.5 N/mm2

Maximum load capacity in punching P = v *u *(d/1000)

p_max max_f 0

= 4.5*400*(247/1000)

= 444.6 kN

Pass - The maximum load capacity in punching shear is adequate for the loading.

(cl 6.4.2)

Shear factor k = 1+(200/d)0.5

s

= 1+(200/247)0.5

= 1.9

Minimum shear strength of concrete v = 0.035*k 1.5*(f /1)0.5*1

Rd_c2 s ck

= 0.035*(1.9)1.5*(25/1)0.5*1

= 0.46 N/mm2

Ratio of reinf. by area in x-dir = A /(d*1000)

x s

= 141.37/(247*1000)

= 0.00057

Ratio of reinf. by area in y-dir = A /(d*1000)

y s

= 141.37/(247*1000)

= 0.00057

Reinforcement ratio = sqr( * )

1 x y

= sqr((5.72*10-4)*(5.72*10-4))

= 0.00057

v = (0.18*k / )*(100* *f )0.33

Rd_c1 s c 1 ck

= (0.18*1.9/1.5)*(100*(5.72*10-4)*25)0.33

= 0.26 N/mm2

Maximum shear stress at 2d from face v = v

Rd_c Rd_c2

= 0.46 N/mm2

Length of perim. at 2d from load face u = 2*(l +l +2*d*PI)

1 l w

= 2*(100+100+2*247*3.14)

= 3503.89 mm

Maximum load capacity in punching at 2d P = v *u *(d/1000)

p Rd_c 1

= 0.46*3503.89*(247/1000)

= 396.61 kN

Pass - The maximum load capacity in punching shear at 2d is adequate for the loading.

Loading details

Number of point loads N = 2

Permanent point load G = G _dp

k k

= 10 kN

Variable point load Q = Q _dp

k k

= 10 kN

Dynamic point load D = D _dp

k k

= 10 kN

Loaded area length l = l _dp

l l

= 100 mm

Loaded area width l = l _dp

w w

= 100 mm

Spacing between loads in x x = x_dp

= 100 mm

Equiv. contact radius of single load a = sqr(((2*sqr((l *l )/PI)*x)+(l *l ))/PI)

l w l w

=

sqr(((2*sqr((100*100)/3.14)*100)+(100*100))/3.14)

= 82.31 mm

Radius ratio a_I = (a/1000)/I

= (82.31/1000)/1.1

= 0.075

(cl 7.8.3 and cl 7.8.4)

For a / I = 0

P = 2*PI*(M +M )

u_0 p n

= 2*3.14*(14.42+22.53)

= 232.2 kN

For a / I = 0.2

P = 4*PI*(M +M )/(1-((a/1000)/(3*I)))

u_0.2 p n

= 4*3.14*(14.42+22.53)/(1-((82.31/1000)/(3*1.1)))

= 476.31 kN

Thus for a/I = 0.075

P = P +(P -P )*((a/1000)/(I*0.2))

u u_0 u_0.2 u_0

= 232.2+(476.31-232.2)*((82.31/1000)/(1.1*0.2))

= 323.7 kN

Loading applied to slab F = N*((G * )+(Q * )+(D * ))

uls k G k Q k D

= 2*((10*1.2)+(10*1.5)+(10*1.6))

= 86 kN

Pass - The ultimate capacity of the slab is adequate for the loading.

(cl 6.4.1)

Design concrete comp. strength(cylinder) f = f /

cd ck c

= 25/1.5

= 16.67 N/mm2

Shear factor k = 0.6*(1-(f /250))

2 ck

= 0.6*(1-(25/250))

= 0.54

Length of perimeter of the loaded area u = 2*(l +l +x)

0 l w

= 2*(100+100+100)

= 600 mm

Shear stress at face of contact area v = 0.5*k *f

max_f 2 cd

= 0.5*0.54*16.67

= 4.5 N/mm2

Maximum load capacity in punching P = v *u *(d/1000)

p_max max_f 0

= 4.5*600*(247/1000)

= 666.9 kN

Pass - The maximum load capacity in punching shear is adequate for the loading.

(cl 6.4.2)

Shear factor k = 1+(200/d)0.5

s

= 1+(200/247)0.5

= 1.9

Minimum shear strength of concrete v = 0.035*k 1.5*(f /1)0.5*1

Rd_c2 s ck

= 0.035*(1.9)1.5*(25/1)0.5*1

= 0.46 N/mm2

Ratio of reinf. by area in x-dir = A /(d*1000)

x s

= 141.37/(247*1000)

= 0.00057

Ratio of reinf. by area in y-dir = A /(d*1000)

y s

= 141.37/(247*1000)

= 0.00057

Reinforcement ratio = sqr( * )

1 x y

= sqr((5.72*10-4)*(5.72*10-4))

= 0.00057

v = (0.18*k / )*(100* *f )0.33

Rd_c1 s c 1 ck

= (0.18*1.9/1.5)*(100*(5.72*10-4)*25)0.33

= 0.26 N/mm2

Maximum shear stress at 2d from face v = v

Rd_c Rd_c2

= 0.46 N/mm2

Length of perim. at 2d from load face u = 2*(l +x+l +2*d*PI)

1 l w

= 2*(100+100+100+2*247*3.14)

= 3703.89 mm

Maximum load capacity in punching at 2d P = v *u *(d/1000)

p Rd_c 1

= 0.46*3703.89*(247/1000)

= 419.25 kN

Pass - The maximum load capacity in punching shear at 2d is adequate for the loading.

Loading details

Number of point loads N = 4

Permanent point load G = G _qp

k k

= 10 kN

Variable point load Q = Q _qp

k k

= 10 kN

Dynamic point load D = D _qp

k k

= 10 kN

Loaded area length l = l _qp

l l

= 100 mm

Loaded area width l = l _qp

w w

= 100 mm

Spacing between loads in x x = x_qp

= 100 mm

Spacing between loads in y y = y_qp

= 100 mm

Equiv. contact radius of single load a = sqr((l *l )/PI)

l w

= sqr((100*100)/3.14)

= 56.42 mm

Radius ratio a_I = (a/1000)/I

= (56.42/1000)/1.1

= 0.051

Centre-line spacing is less than twice the slab depth - hence a simplified approach used

(cl 7.8.3 and cl 7.8.4)

For a / I = 0

P = 2*PI*(M +M )

u_0 p n

= 2*3.14*(14.42+22.53)

= 232.2 kN

For a / I = 0.2

P = 4*PI*(M +M )/(1-((a/1000)/(3*I)))

u_0.2 p n

= 4*3.14*(14.42+22.53)/(1-((56.42/1000)/(3*1.1)))

= 472.5 kN

Thus for a/I = 0.051

P = P +(P -P )*((a/1000)/(I*0.2))

u u_0 u_0.2 u_0

= 232.2+(472.5-232.2)*((56.42/1000)/(1.1*0.2))

= 293.94 kN

For 4 individual loads

P = 4*P

u_4x1 u

= 4*293.94

= 1175.77 kN

Equiv. contact radius of adjacent loads a = sqr(((2*sqr((l *l )/PI)*y)+(l *l ))/PI)

l w l w

=

sqr(((2*sqr((100*100)/3.14)*100)+(100*100))/3.14)

= 82.31 mm

Radius ratio a_I = (a/1000)/I

= (82.31/1000)/1.1

= 0.075

Centre-line spacing is less than twice the slab depth - hence a simplified approach used

(cl 7.8.3 and cl 7.8.4)

For a / I = 0

P = 2*PI*(M +M )

u_0 p n

= 2*3.14*(14.42+22.53)

= 232.2 kN

For a / I = 0.2

P = 4*PI*(M +M )/(1-((a/1000)/(3*I)))

u_0.2 p n

= 4*3.14*(14.42+22.53)/(1-((82.31/1000)/(3*1.1)))

= 476.31 kN

Thus for a/I = 0.075

P = P +(P -P )*((a/1000)/(I*0.2))

u u_0 u_0.2 u_0

= 232.2+(476.31-232.2)*((82.31/1000)/(1.1*0.2))

= 323.7 kN

For 2 dual loads

P = 2*P

u_2x2 u

= 2*323.7

= 647.41 kN

Equiv. contact radius of single load a = sqr((l *l )/PI)

l w

= sqr((100*100)/3.14)

= 56.42 mm

Radius ratio a_I = (a/1000)/I

= (56.42/1000)/1.1

= 0.051

(cl 7.8.3 and cl 7.8.4)

For a / I = 0

P = (2*PI+(1.8*((x/1000)+(y/1000))/I))*(M +M )

u_0 p n

= (2*3.14+(1.8*((100/1000)+(100/1000))/1.1))*(14.42+22.53)

= 244.32 kN

For a / I = 0.2

P = ((4*PI/(1-((a/1000)/(3*I))))+(1.8*((x/1000)+(y/1000))/(I-((a/1000)/2))))*(M +M )

u_0.2 p n

= ((4*3.14/(1-((56.42/1000)/(3*1.1))))+(1.8*((100/1000)+(100/1000))/(1.1-((56.42/1000)/2))))*(14.42+22.53)

= 484.94 kN

Thus for a/I = 0.051

P = P +(P -P )*((a/1000)/(I*0.2))

u_1x4 u_0 u_0.2 u_0

= 244.32+(484.94-244.32)*((56.42/1000)/(1.1*0.2))

= 306.14 kN

Ultimate capacity for 4 loads

P =P

u u_1x4

= 306.14 kN

Loading applied to slab F = N*((G * )+(Q * )+(D * ))

uls k G k Q k D

= 4*((10*1.2)+(10*1.5)+(10*1.6))

= 172 kN

Pass - The ultimate capacity of the slab is adequate for the loading.

(cl 6.4.1)

Design concrete comp. strength(cylinder) f = f /

cd ck c

= 25/1.5

= 16.67 N/mm2

Shear factor k = 0.6*(1-(f /250))

2 ck

= 0.6*(1-(25/250))

= 0.54

Length of perimeter of the loaded area u = 2*(l +l +x+y)

0 l w

= 2*(100+100+100+100)

= 800 mm

Shear stress at face of contact area v = 0.5*k *f

max_f 2 cd

= 0.5*0.54*16.67

= 4.5 N/mm2

Maximum load capacity in punching P = v *u *(d/1000)

p_max max_f 0

= 4.5*800*(247/1000)

= 889.2 kN

Pass - The maximum load capacity in punching shear is adequate for the loading.

(cl 6.4.2)

Shear factor k = 1+(200/d)0.5

s

= 1+(200/247)0.5

= 1.9

Minimum shear strength of concrete v = 0.035*k 1.5*(f /1)0.5*1

Rd_c2 s ck

= 0.035*(1.9)1.5*(25/1)0.5*1

= 0.46 N/mm2

Ratio of reinf. by area in x-dir = A /(d*1000)

x s

= 141.37/(247*1000)

= 0.00057

Ratio of reinf. by area in y-dir = A /(d*1000)

y s

= 141.37/(247*1000)

= 0.00057

Reinforcement ratio = sqr( * )

1 x y

= sqr((5.72*10-4)*(5.72*10-4))

= 0.00057

v = (0.18*k / )*(100* *f )0.33

Rd_c1 s c 1 ck

= (0.18*1.9/1.5)*(100*(5.72*10-4)*25)0.33

= 0.26 N/mm2

Maximum shear stress at 2d from face v = v

Rd_c Rd_c2

= 0.46 N/mm2

Length of perim. at 2d from load face u = 2*(l +l +x+y+2*d*PI)

1 l w

= 2*(100+100+100+100+2*247*3.14)

= 3903.89 mm

Maximum load capacity in punching at 2d P = v *u *(d/1000)

p Rd_c 1

= 0.46*3903.89*(247/1000)

= 441.89 kN

Pass - The maximum load capacity in punching shear at 2d is adequate for the loading.

Line load

(cl 7.10)

Line load l = 30 kN/m

k

Safe line load cap. (+ive moments) P = 4**M

lin_p p

= 4*0.65*14.42

= 37.54 kN/m

Safe line load cap. (-ive moments) P = 4**M /0.21

lin_n n

= 4*0.65*22.53/0.21

= 279.26 kN/m

Safe load cap. of slab P = P

lin lin_p

= 37.54 kN/m

Pass - The applied line load is within the safe load capacity

(cl 7.12)

Uniform distributed load U = 30 kN/m2

k

Safe UDL capacity (+ive moments) w = 2*M /0.16

p p

= (0.65)2*14.42/0.16

= 37.92 kN/m2

Safe UDL capacity (-ive moments) w = 2*M /0.17

n n

= (0.65)2*22.53/0.17

= 56.78 kN/m2

Safe load cap. of slab per unit area w = w

p

= 37.92 kN/m2

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