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SLAB NO:S2

Length of the slab ( L ) = 4160 mm

Breadth of the slab ( B ) = 2450 mm

Thickness of slab = 150 mm

Grade of concrete (fck) = 25 N/mm2

Grade of reinforcement (fy) = 415 N/mm2

STEP-1

Thickness of slab durability consideration

Over all depth of slab = 150 mm

Effective depth (150-25-10/2) = 120 mm

STEP-2

Design load

Dead load (0.15X25) = 4.00 kN/m2

Live load = 4.00 kN/m2

Floor finish = 1.50 kN/m2

9.5 kN/m2

say 9.50 kN/m2

design load = (Factored load) 14.25 kN/m2

STEP-3

Maximum factored moment and checking for depth

Ly/Lx = 1.70

αx = 0.111 (as per IS 456:2000 Table no: 27)

αy = 0.039 (as per IS 456:2000 Table no: 27)

Mx=αx.w.Lx2 Mx = 9.51 kN.m

My=αy.w.Lx 2

My = 3.33 kN.m

Check depth for maxi. B.M (Mmax.) = 0.138fckbd2

therefore,depth reqd(d) = 52.49 < 120 mm

STEP-4

Area of Steel

for steel in Short direction d = 120 mm

Mu/bd2 = 0.66

As per table no: 3 of SP16-1980

Percentage of steel (pt) = 0.189

Area of steel required (As) = 227 mm2

as per table no: 96 of SP16-1980 10# @ 340mm c/c (231 mm2)

Spacing less than 3d

for steel in Long direction d (120-10) = 110 mm

Mu/bd2 = 0.27

As per table no: 3 of SP16-1980

Percentage of steel (pt) = 0.084

Area of steel required (As) = 92 mm2

as per table no: 96 of SP16-1980 10# @400mm c/c (196 mm2)

PROVIDED REINFORCEMENT 10# @ 150mm c/c (524 mm2) Main reinf.

10# @ 150mm c/c (524mm2) Dist reinf.

STEP-5

Check for Deflection

Basic span ratio = 26 (as per cl. 23.2.1 of IS 456-2000)

Percentage of steel along Lx = 0.189 (needed)

Modification factor (F1) = 2 as per fig.4 of IS 456-2000)

Allowable L/d ratio (basicxF1) = 52 mm

Actual span/depth ratio (2.45/0.15) 20.42 mm

52 > 20.42

Therefore, the actual ratio is less than the allowable ratio. It is enough to control deflection

HENCE OK

DESIGN OF TWO WAY SLAB

SLAB NO:S2

Length of the slab ( L ) = 4160 mm

Breadth of the slab ( B ) = 3430 mm

Thickness of slab = 150 mm

Grade of concrete (fck) = 25 N/mm2

Grade of reinforcement (fy) = 415 N/mm2

STEP-1

Thickness of slab durability consideration

Over all depth of slab = 150 mm

Effective depth (150-25-10/2) = 120 mm

STEP-2

Design load

Dead load (0.15X25) = 4.00 kN/m2

Live load = 4.00 kN/m2

Floor finish = 1.50 kN/m2

9.5 kN/m2

say 9.50 kN/m2

design load = (Factored load) 14.25 kN/m2

STEP-3

Maximum factored moment and checking for depth

Ly/Lx = 1.21

αx = 0.085 (as per IS 456:2000 Table no: 27)

αy = 0.058 (as per IS 456:2000 Table no: 27)

Mx=αx.w.Lx2 Mx = 14.28 kN.m

My=αy.w.Lx 2

My = 9.81 kN.m

Check depth for maxi. B.M (Mmax.) = 0.138fckbd2

therefore,depth reqd(d) = 64.33 < 120 mm

STEP-4

Area of Steel

for steel in Short direction d = 120 mm

Mu/bd2 = 0.99

As per table no: 3 of SP16-1980

Percentage of steel (pt) = 0.288

Area of steel required (As) = 346 mm2

as per table no: 96 of SP16-1980 10# @ 220mm c/c (357 mm2)

Spacing less than 3d

for steel in Long direction d (120-10) = 110 mm

Mu/bd2 = 0.81

As per table no: 3 of SP16-1980

Percentage of steel (pt) = 0.234

Area of steel required (As) = 258 mm2

as per table no: 96 of SP16-1980 10# @300mm c/c (262 mm2)

PROVIDED REINFORCEMENT 10# @ 150mm c/c (524 mm2) Main reinf.

10# @ 150mm c/c (524 mm2) Dist reinf.

STEP-5

Check for Deflection

Basic span ratio = 26 (as per cl. 23.2.1 of IS 456-2000)

Percentage of steel along Lx = 0.288 (needed)

Modification factor (F1) = 2 as per fig.4 of IS 456-2000)

Allowable L/d ratio (basicxF1) = 52 mm

Actual span/depth ratio (3.43/0.15) 28.58 mm

52 > 29

Therefore, the actual ratio is less than the allowable ratio. It is enough to control deflection

HENCE OK

DESIGN OF TWO WAY SLAB

SLAB NO:S2

Length of the slab ( L ) = 4300 mm

Breadth of the slab ( B ) = 4160 mm

Thickness of slab = 150 mm

Grade of concrete (fck) = 25 N/mm2

Grade of reinforcement (fy) = 415 N/mm2

STEP-1

Thickness of slab durability consideration

Over all depth of slab = 150 mm

Effective depth (150-25-10/2) = 120 mm

STEP-2

Design load

Dead load (0.15X25) = 4.00 kN/m2

Live load = 4.00 kN/m2

Floor finish = 1.50 kN/m2

9.5 kN/m2

say 9.50 kN/m2

design load = (Factored load) 14.25 kN/m2

STEP-3

Maximum factored moment and checking for depth

Ly/Lx = 1.03

αx = 0.066 (as per IS 456:2000 Table no: 27)

αy = 0.062 (as per IS 456:2000 Table no: 27)

Mx=αx.w.Lx2 Mx = 16.29 kN.m

My=αy.w.Lx 2

My = 15.21 kN.m

Check depth for maxi. B.M (Mmax.) = 0.138fckbd2

therefore,depth reqd(d) = 68.71 < 120 mm

STEP-4

Area of Steel

for steel in Short direction d = 120 mm

Mu/bd2 = 1.13

As per table no: 3 of SP16-1980

Percentage of steel (pt) = 0.332

Area of steel required (As) = 398 mm2

as per table no: 96 of SP16-1980 10# @200mm c/c (393mm2)

Spacing less than 3d

for steel in Long direction d (120-10) = 110 mm

Mu/bd2 = 1.26

As per table no: 3 of SP16-1980

Percentage of steel (pt) = 0.371

Area of steel required (As) = 408 mm2

as per table no: 96 of SP16-1980 10# @190mm c/c (413mm2)

PROVIDED REINFORCEMENT 10# @ 150mm c/c (524 mm2) Main reinf.

10# @150mm c/c (524mm2) Dist reinf.

STEP-5

Check for Deflection

Basic span ratio = 26 (as per cl. 23.2.1 of IS 456-2000)

Percentage of steel along Lx = 0.332 (needed)

Modification factor (F1) = 1.7 as per fig.4 of IS 456-2000)

Allowable L/d ratio (basicxF1) = 44.2 mm

Actual span/depth ratio (4.16/0.15) 34.67 mm

44.2 > 34.67

Therefore, the actual ratio is less than the allowable ratio. It is enough to control deflection

HENCE OK

DESIGN OF TWO WAY SLAB

SLAB NO:S3

Length of the slab ( L ) = 6045 mm

Breadth of the slab ( B ) = 4160 mm

Thickness of slab = 150 mm

Grade of concrete (fck) = 25 N/mm2

Grade of reinforcement (fy) = 415 N/mm2

STEP-1

Thickness of slab durability consideration

Over all depth of slab = 150 mm

Effective depth (150-25-10/2) = 120 mm

STEP-2

Design load

Dead load (0.15X25) = 4.00 kN/m2

Live load = 4.00 kN/m2

Floor finish = 1.50 kN/m2

9.5 kN/m2

say 9.50 kN/m2

design load = (Factored load) 14.25 kN/m2

STEP-3

Maximum factored moment and checking for depth

Ly/Lx = 1.45

αx = 0.102 (as per IS 456:2000 Table no: 27)

αy = 0.048 (as per IS 456:2000 Table no: 27)

Mx=αx.w.Lx2 Mx = 25.07 kN.m

My=αy.w.Lx 2

My = 11.92 kN.m

Check depth for maxi. B.M (Mmax.) = 0.138fckbd2

therefore,depth reqd(d) = 85.24 < 120 mm

STEP-4

Area of Steel

for steel in Short direction d = 120 mm

Mu/bd2 = 1.74

As per table no: 3 of SP16-1980

Percentage of steel (pt) = 0.529

Area of steel required (As) = 635 mm2

as per table no: 96 of SP16-1980 10# @120mm c/c (654mm2)

Spacing less than 3d

for steel in Long direction d (120-10) = 110 mm

Mu/bd2 = 0.99

As per table no: 3 of SP16-1980

Percentage of steel (pt) = 0.287

Area of steel required (As) = 315 mm2

as per table no: 96 of SP16-1980 10# @230mm c/c (341mm2)

PROVIDED REINFORCEMENT 10# @ 100mm c/c (785 mm2) Main reinf.

10# @150mm c/c (524mm2) Dist reinf.

STEP-5

Check for Deflection

Basic span ratio = 26 (as per cl. 23.2.1 of IS 456-2000)

Percentage of steel along Lx = 0.529 (needed)

Modification factor (F1) = 1.5 as per fig.4 of IS 456-2000)

Allowable L/d ratio (basicxF1) = 39 mm

Actual span/depth ratio (4.16/0.15) 34.67 mm

39 > 34.67

Therefore, the actual ratio is less than the allowable ratio. It is enough to control deflection

HENCE OK

1.50 1.75 1.70

0.1 0.11 0.01 0.11

0.05 0.04 -0.0071 0.0389

0.186 0.2 0.003 0.189

0.113 0.13 -0.035 0.078

1.20 1.30 1.21

0.08 0.09 0 0.09

0.06 0.06 -0.0005 0.0585

0.95 1 0.99

0.276 0.29 0.012 0.288

0.231 0.25 0.003 0.234

1.00 1.10 1.03

0.06 0.07 0 0.07

0.06 0.06 -0.0003 0.0617

0.322 0.34 0.010 0.332

0.369 0.39 0.002 0.371

1.40 1.50 1.45

0.1 0.1 0 0.1

0.05 0.05 -0.0027 0.0483

0.515 0.53 0.014 0.529

0.95 1 0.99

0.276 0.29 0.011 0.287

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