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3 Considering category of loaded area as C39 (Museum floors and art galleries for exhibition purposes) Imposed loads on floors: - qk = 4.0 kN/m²

Thickness of Floor slab considering fire resistance The floor slab to be designed is to have a fire resistance of 1 hour. Conditions applied on the slab:y y y Manufacturer s Manual y No temporary props Single span deck and slab Total applied imposed load of 4kN/m² Span of 4m

If a CF80 profiled metal deck with a slab depth of 170mm, 1.2mm deck thickness and a A252 mesh is used: The maximum span possible with no extra reinforcements when a load of 3.5kN/m² is applied = 4.2m The maximum span possible with no extra reinforcements when a load of 5.0kN/m² is applied = 4.2m

Therefore considering fire resistance of 1 hour, if a CF80 profiled metal deck with a slab depth of 170mm, 1.2mm deck thickness and a A252 mesh is used, the slab can span upto 4m with no extra reinforcements when a load of 4kN/m² is applied.

26 kN/m³ Dry concrete:-25 kN/m³ Cylinder strength: Modulus of elasticity: fck = 25 N/mm² Ecm = 31 kN/mm² Actions Manufacturer s Manual Slab depth: Concrete Volume: =170mm =0.126 × 25 = 3.1 y y Wet concrete:.126 × 26 0.Floor slab and material properties Manufacturer s Manual Total depth of slab h=170 mm Corus profiled steel sheeting CF80 Thickness of profile Depth of profile Span Effective cross-sectional area of the profile Second moment of area of the profile Yield strength of the profiled deck t = 1.2 KNm/m =47.2 mm hp = 80 mm L=4m Ape = 1871 mm²/m Ip = 245 cm /m fyp = 450 N/mm² Design value of bending resistance (sagging) Height of neutral axis above soffit: MRd = 22.28 kN/m² (wet) = 3.126m³/m² 0.15 kN/m² (dry) .6 mm Concrete Normal weight concrete of strength class C25/30 Density: BS EN 1992-1-1 Table 3.

15 kN/m² EN 1991-1-1 Table NA.15kN/m² Variable actions For calculating the variable actions during the construction stage.28 kN/m² =4.75 kN/m² =3.Construction stage: Permanent Actions Steel deck: Total: =0. a load of 0.75 kN/m² =0.75kN/m² is to be considered over a 3m x 3m area.78 kN/m Variable action: gk=3.3 kN/m² .3 (1) Construction loading outside the working area (2) Construction loading inside the working area (3) Concrete slab Total =0. Construction Stage Permanent action gk =0.15kN/m² =0. But in this case the load is assumed to be uniformly distributed over the entire length of the slab.

35×0.5×4.36 kN/m² Composite stage: Fd = 10.3.10b Design value of combined actions = G gk + Q qk Construction stage: Distributed load (0.35×3.0kN/m² Variable action: qk = 4.15kN/m² = 0.2(B) Ultimate Limit State (ULS) Partial factors for actions Partial factor for permanent actions Partial factor for variable actions Reduction factor G = 1.Composite stage Permanent action Concrete slab: Steel deck: Total: = 3. 6.35 1.36 kN/m² Constructio n stage: Fd = 7.12 kN/m² Composite stage: Distributed load (0.15)+(1.5 Q= = 0.3)+(1.2 Table NA.0 kN/m² BS EN 1990 NA 2.5×4) =10.925×1.925×1.A1.12 kN/m² .3kN/m² Composite stage Permanent action: gk=3.3 kN/m² Variable action Imposed floor load =4.78) = 7.2.925 Combination of actions at ULS BS EN 1990 Eqn.15kN/m² = 3.

72 kN/m Composite stage M Ed =20.36 x 4 =14.5 1.72 kN/m 2 2 V Ed =14.72 kNm/m The design shear force per metre width of the steel deck is: V Ed = FdL = 7.24 kN/m 2 2 V Ed =20.15 1.0 c= 1.Design moment and shear force Construction Stage The design bending moment per metre width of the steel deck is: M Ed = FdL² = 7.12 x 4 =20.72 kNm/m width 8 8 M Ed=14.25 s= vs= .15 Partial factors for resistance Structural steel Concrete Reinforcement Longitudinal shear M0 = 1.24 kNm/m The design bending moment per metre width of the steel deck is: M Ed = FdL² = 10.12 x 4² = 20.24 kNm/m width 8 8 The design shear force per metre width of the steel deck is: V Ed = FdL = 10.24 kN/m BS EN 19931-1 NA 2.36 x 4² = 14.

15 + 3.2N/mm² f cd = 0.2N/mm² Verification at the construction stage Bending resistance sagging of the steel deck =22.28 = 3.24 = 0.d = fyp = 450 = 450N/mm² MO 1. loading = 0.22 mm .2 kNm/m M Ed = 20.43 kN/m² I = moment of inertia of the steel deck = 245 cm /m d= 5FdL 384EI = 5 x 3.2(2) Deflection (Serviceability Limit State) At serviceability.2 Therefore the bending moment resistance of the steel deck at the construction stage is adequate.85 cc × f ck c f cd == 14.85 x 25/ 1. BS EN 1994-1-1 9.Design values of material strengths Steel deck: Design yield strength fyp.91 1.0 MRd 22.43 x 4 384 x 210 x 245 x 10 x 10 = 22.5 = 14.3.0 Concrete: Design value of concrete compressive strength f cd = cc = 0.

80mm = 90mm Nc = 14.max = 4000/130 = 30.2 Nc = fcd Ac fcd = Design value of concrete compressive strength = 14.1.15 Verification of the composite slab (Ultimate Limit State) Bending resistance: location of plastic neutral axis (pna) Maximum compressive design force per metre in the concrete above the sheeting assuming the pna is below the solid part of the slab is determined as: BS EN 1994-1-1 6.2 N/mm² Ac = area of concrete / meter length = total depth ± depth of steel deck =170mm. ds.max = L/130 but less than 30mm where the loads from ponding are included. BS EN 1994-1-1 NA 2. Therefore the deck is safe against deflection during the construction period.77mm d < ds. And it maybe assumed in design that the nominal thickness of the concrete is increased over the whole span by 0.2. ds. therefore the ponding effect should be allowed for.2 x 90 x 1000 x 10^-3 = 1278 kN/m .Depth of slab = 170mm 10% of slab depth = 17mm The deflection is greater than 10% of the slab depth.7 x deflection.max The actual deflection is less than the maximum deflection.

Maximum tensile resistance per metre of the profiled steel sheet is determined as: Np = fyp.29mm .2 = 59.2 N/mm² Xpl = 1871 x 450 1000 x 14.2(5) Np = 450 x 1871 x 10^-3 = 841. The depth of concrete in compression is: Xpl = Apefyp.d = design yield strenght = 450 N/mm² BS EN 1994-1-1 9.7. Therefore the sagging bending moment resistance should be determined from the stress distribution shown in the figure below.d = design yield strenght = 450 N/mm² fcd = Design value of concrete compressive strength = 14.d Ap Ap = area of steel of the deck = 1871 mm²/m fyp.d bf cd where: b = the width of the floor slab =1000mm Ape = area of steel of the deck = 1871 mm²/m fyp.95 kN/m As Np < Nc the neutral axis lies above the profiled sheeting.

Bending resistance ± full shear connection For full shear connection.4mm Mpl.38 < 1.1kNm/m Mpl. the design moment resistance is: Mpl.6 = 122.Rd = Apf yd (dp ± Xpl/2) dp = h . BS EN 1994-1-1 Longitudinal shear resistance: m-k method Vl.1kNm/ m Med Mpl. For CF80 the values are considered to be: m= 157.4 ± 59.3 m and k are design value obtained from the manufacturer.Rd = 1871 x 450 ( 122.7. Ls = L = 4000 = 1000mm 4 4 .24 52.Rd = bdp vs 9.Rd =20.depth from soffit to centroidal axis of sheeting =170 ± 47.3 (5) For a uniform load applied to the whole span length.Rd =78.0 Therefore the bending moment resistance for full shear connection is adequate.84 =0.29/2) x 10^-6 = 78.1232 N/mm² BS EN 1994-1-1 9.2 N/mm² k= 0.7.

25 = 40. Design vertical shear resistance The slab is considered to be simply supported.Rd = 20.24 kN/m Therefore the vertical shear resistance is satisfactory .24 40.035 k^(3/2) f ck^(1/2) Where k = 1+ k = 1+ therefore k = 2 2.Rd = vminbsdp BS EN 1992-1-1 NA 2 Table NA. So the equation to find vertical shear resistance becomes: Vv.Vl.28 Vmin = 0.035 x 2^(3/2) 25^(1/2) =0.0 = 2.4 = 59. Therefore the beneficial effect of the hogging moments at the supports is neglected.4 1.24 kN/m VEd Vl.1 Vmin = 0.86 =0.86kN/m x 10^-3 VEd = 20.Rd = 0.49 x 122.98kN/m > 20.50 < 1.Rd = 1000 x 122.49N/mm² Vv.0 The design shear resistance is greater than the maximum design vertical shear Therefore the design resistance to longitudinal shear is adequate.

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