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Sixth Term Civil Engineering

CE-313

Analysis and Design of Slabs

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Example: Design a cantilever projecting out from a
room slab extending 1.0m and to be used as balcony (LL = 300 kg/m2). A brick wall of 250 mm thickness including plaster of 1.0m height is provided at the end of cantilever fc’ = 17.25 MPa fy = 300 MPa

Slab thickness of room = 125 mm. Slab bottom steel in the direction of cantilever is # 13 @ 190 mm c/c

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Solution:

125 mm

cantilev er

h L = 1000 + 2 125 L = 1000 + = 1063mm 2

1m

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Solution:
(contd…)

hmin

l 1063 = = = 89 mm 12 12

Let’s use the same thickness as of the room

h = 125mm > h min

d

d = 125 − 20 − 7 = 98mm

Main steel in cantilever is at the top

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Solution: (contd…) Slab Load
Self weight of slab 75 mm brick ballast/ screed 60 mm floor finishes Total dead load

125 = × 2400 = 300kg / m 2 1000 75 = × 1800 = 135kg / m 2 1000 60 = × 2300 = 138kg / m 2 1000 = 300 + 135 + 138 = 573kg / m 2

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Solution: (contd…) Slab Load
Live Load

= 300kg / m 2

9.81 ω u = (1.2 × 573 + 1.6 × 300 ) × 1000 ω u = 11.46kN / m 2

ω u = 11.46kN / m

For a unit strip

9.81 Pu = 1.2( 0.25 × 1× 1) × 1930 × 1000 Pu = 5.65kN

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Solution:
(contd…)
Pu = 5.65kN ω u = 11.46kN / m

ω u L2 M u = Pu × L + 2
11.46 ×1.0632 M u = 5.65 × 1.063 + 2 M u = 12.48kN − m M u 12.48 ×106 = = 1.3 2 2 bd 1000 × 98
Per meter width

1.063 m

fc ' ω = 0.85 = 0.0488 fy

ρ = 0.0052

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Solution:
(contd…)
2

A s = 0.0052 × 1000 × 98 = 510mm

d # 13 @ 380 mm c/c already available in the form half the bent up bar from the room slab

#13 @ 380c / c ⇒ A s = 342mm

2

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Solution:
(contd…)

Remaining steel required at the top
Use

= 510 - 342 = 168mm 2

#10 @ 400c / c

#10 @ 380c / c
Distribution steel

= 0.002 × 1000 × 125 = 250mm

2

#10 @ 280c / c

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Solution:
#13 @ 380 c/c

Slab bottom steel

1500 mm #10 @ 280 c/c #10 @ 380 c/c

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Two-Way Edge Supported Slabs

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Two-Way Slabs
Slab resting on walls or sufficiently deep and rigid beams on all sides. Other options are column supported slab e.g. Flat slab, waffle slab.

Lx m= ≥ 0.5 Ly

Two-way slabs have two way bending unlike one-way slab.

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Design Methods
1. 2. 3. 4. ACI co-efficient method Direct design method Equivalent frame method Finite element method
Ly Lx

Notes
1. In two-way slabs shorter direction strip carry greater %age of load. 2. Steel will be more in shorter direction. 3. Shorter direction steel will be placed near the outer edge to get more “d” means more lever arm to get more flexural capacity.

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ACI Co-efficient Method
Unit width strip is taken in both directions. The strip is designed separately for +ve and –ve moment
C = ACI co-efficient ωu = Slab load

M u = C × ωu × L n

2

“C” depends upon the end conditions of slab and the aspect ratio
Three tables are available for “C” • • • Dead load positive moment Live load positive moment -ve moment

M+ coefficients are increased by 25 % and Mcoefficients are reduced by 10 % to get the result more closer to accurate solution.

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Minimum Depth of 2-Way Slab for Deflection Control
According to ACI-318-1963

hm = (inner perimeter of slab panel)/180 in
≥ 90 mm
2( L x + L y ) 180 2( L x + L y ) 165

For fy = 300 MPa

h min =

For fy = 420 h min = MPa According to ACI-3182005

h min =

L n ( 0.8 + f y 1500)

Lx m= Ly
Ln = clear span in short direction

( 36 × m + 9)

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Example: Design the 4 marked slab panels of an ordinary house. Use US
customary bars. fc’= 17.25 MPa fy = 300 MPa

1 450 0x 700 0

2 600 0x 700 0

Wall thickness = 228 mm

3 350 0x 600 0

4 600 0x 600 0

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Solution:
Panel Edge Conditions Panel # 1 Lx = 4.5m , Ly = 7.0m m = 0.64 > 0.5, 2way slab Panel # 2 Lx = 6.0m , Ly = 7.0m m = 0.86> 0.5, 2way slab Panel # 3 Lx = 3.5m , Ly = 6.0m m = 0.58 > 0.5, 2way slab Panel # 4 Lx = 6.0m , Ly = 6.0m m = 1 > 0.5, 2-way slab

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Solution:
(contd…)

Slab Thickness
Generally same depth is preferred for one monolithic slab Calculate hm for all the panels and select the largest value in

Panel # 1

h min = h min =

L n ( 0.8 + f y 1500) 36 × m + 9 4500( 0.8 + 300 1500 ) ≅ 140mm 36 × 0.64 + 9

Panel # 2

h min

6000( 0.8 + 300 1500 ) = ≅ 150mm 36 × 0.86 + 9

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Solution:
Panel # 3
(contd…)

h min
Panel # 4

3500( 0.8 + 300 1500) = ≅ 117mm 36 × 0.58 + 9 6000( 0.8 + 300 1500) = ≅ 133mm 36 ×1 + 9

h min

h = 150mm

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Solution:
(contd…)

Effective depth

d2
Long direction steel

d1

For short direction steel

Short direction steel

d1 = h − 27 = 123mm

For longer direction steel

d 2 = h − 20 − 13 − 10 2 = 112mm

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Solution: (contd…) Slab Load
Self weight of slab 75 mm brick ballast/ screed 60 mm floor finishes Total dead load

150 = × 2400 = 360kg / m 2 1000 75 = × 1800 = 135kg / m 2 1000 60 = × 2300 = 138kg / m 2 1000 = 360 + 135 + 138 = 633kg / m 2

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Solution: (contd…) Slab Load
Live Load

= 200kg / m 2

9.81 1.6ωL = ( 1.6 × 200 ) × = 3.14kg / m 2 1000 9.81 1.2ωd = (1.2 × 633) × 1000

1.2ωd = 7.45kN / m 2

ω u = 7.45 + 3.14 = 10.59kN / m 2

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Solution: (contd…) Minimum Steel

A s min = 0.002bh A s min = 0.002 × 1000 ×150 A s min = 300mm
2

For a unit strip

Concluded

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