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Ground-supported concrete floor slabs.

G. Barnbrook

Ground-supported concrete floor slabs.

by G. Barnbrook

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Published by Cement and Concrete Association in Slough .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published in Architects Journal, 10 December 1986.

Other titlesArchitects Journal.
SeriesC&CA reprint -- 5/87
ContributionsCement and Concrete Association.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13898767M

A concrete slab is a common structural element of modern buildings, consisting of a flat, horizontal surface made of cast concrete. Steel-reinforced slabs, typically between and mm thick, are most often used to construct floors and ceilings, while thinner mud slabs may be used for exterior paving (see below).In many domestic and industrial buildings, a thick concrete slab . Contraction/control joints are placed in concrete slabs to control random cracking. A fresh concrete mixture is a fluid, plastic mass that can be molded into virtually any shape, but as the material hardens there is a reduction in volume or shrinkage. When shrinkage is restrained by contact with supporting soils, granular fill, adjoining.

Concrete vs Timber Floors There are 2 types of floor construction used in the building industry today; these can be classed as either Suspended or Solid. Solid floors are a lot more substantial and require the ground to be made up in layers of ground sub base, sand, compacted hard core, damp proof membrane, insulation and concrete. The prestressed floor slabs are used where the loosely reinforced slabs are close to their limits, with regards to load and span width. The width, depending on the production procedure, is up to 3 m, thickness of the concrete board is 80 - mm.

Guide to Design of Slabs-on-Ground Reported by ACI Committee ACI R This guide presents information on the design of slabs-on-ground, primarily industrial floors. It addresses the planning, design, and detailing of slabs. Background information on design theories is followed by discussionFile Size: 90KB. There are, broadly, two common types of Flooring. suspended Floors, and ; solid Floors; A suspended Floor is a specialist construction made of a solid concrete Floor, a system of sleeper walls and timber joists, upon which sits a supported timber type of floor allows home owners to run electrical wires and other such elements under the floor boards.


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Ground-supported concrete floor slabs by G. Barnbrook Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Design of Ground-supported Concrete Industrial Floor Slabs [Chandler, J.W.E., Neal, F.R.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Design of Ground-supported Concrete Industrial Floor SlabsAuthor: J.W.E.

Chandler, F.R. Neal. This book develops the design methods set out in the Association's Technical ReportDesign of Floors on Ground. Typical industrial loading systems are described and several refinements are introduced. A set of General Load tables for various types of loading on industrial slabs is provided and a system of loading categories proposed.

The use of the General Load tables is. Buy The Design of Ground-supported Concrete Industrial Floor Slabs by J.W.E. Chandler, F.R. Neal from Waterstones today.

Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ reinforced concrete slabs-on-ground, and slabs-on-ground in refrigerated buildings, followed by information on shrinkage and curling problems. Advantages and disadvantages of each of these slab designs are provided, including the ability of some slab designs to minimize cracking and curling more than others.

Designing Floor Slabs on Grade: Step-By-Step Procedures, Sample Solutions, and Commentary [Ringo, Boyd C., Anderson, Robert B.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Designing Floor Slabs on Grade: Step-By-Step Procedures, Sample Solutions, and Commentary3/5(1).

The book covers: * Uses of concrete floors * Structural design * Concrete used specifically for floors * Cracks and joints * Floor surface properties This book is ideal for structural engineers and others in the building and design industry that want to use a balanced approach and look beyond structural strength in the design of a good floor.

Development of analyses for ground-supported slabs 55 Design moment capacities 56 Steel-fibre-reinforced concrete 56 Synthetic-fibre-reinforced concrete 56 Reinforced concrete (bar and fabric) 56 Design equations 56 Introduction 56 Load locations 56 Point loads 57 A Multiple point loads Design Of Heavy Duty Concrete Floor Slabs On Grade Course# ST Ezekiel Enterprises, LLC Mission Dr.

Unit New Smyrna Beach, FL EZCE() [email protected] Ezekiel Enterprises, LLCFile Size: KB. ACI CommitteesDesign of Slabs on Ground, andConstruction of Concrete Floors, have been at the forefront of the effort to provide the industry with the tools to produce slabs that are flat and level, with a densely finished surface, stable joints, and limited cracking while being capable of supporting applied loads.

Concrete floor slab construction process includes erection of formwork, placement of reinforcement, pouring, compacting and finishing concrete and lastly removal of formwork and curing of concrete slab. Contents:1 Concrete Floor Slab Construction Process 1. Assemble and Erect Formwork for Slab 2.

Prepare and Place Reinforcement for Slab : Madeh Izat Hamakareem. A set of General Load Tables for various types of loading on industrial slabs is provided and a system of loading categories proposed. The use of the General Load Tables is illustrated by examples. Document History Develops the design methods in Technical Report Design of floors on ground.

BCA is part of the Concrete Society. The Design of Ground Supported Concrete Industrial Floor Slabs. BCA Interim Technical Note British Cement Association, Crowthorne, Berkshire, UK. BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION (). Ground supported floors.

The basic principle of ground supported slabs is that they rely on the ground beneath them for their support and that this is expected to be continuous and the loads are therefore transferred into the ground. They can be referred to as solid floors as they are normally constructed from a solid mass of concrete with no.

Ground supported concrete floors 1. Concrete slab mm thick with insulation, if any, laid above or below the slab; with or without a screed or floor finish. Figure Ground supported concrete floors 2.

Damp-proof membrane above or below the slab or as a sandwich; jointed and sealed to the damp proof course or damp-proof structure in walls.

Curling of ground floor slabs. Product code: CAS Brand: Concrete Society. This advice sheet outlines the mechanism for curling and its significance. Curling is quite common and can be a significant problem in internal ground supported concrete floors.

The serviceability of the floor may be affected. The color of concrete slabs used to be a major disadvantage, as concrete only came in gray.

However, there are options for coloring and decorating your concrete slab floor. You can put carpet over the concrete for instance, but for homeowners who want to utilize the concrete instead of hide it, acid stain is a more common route.

The case you described does not appear to be a “soil-supported” slab, thus applicable provisions of ACI would govern. Note that ACI R presents information on the design of slabs-on-ground, primarily industrial floors and the slabs adjacent to them.

The report addresses the planning, design, and detailing of the slabs. Specify concrete with day drying shrinkage of no more than %, when tested to ASTM C (air-storage method). Determine slab thickness and concrete strength as if the slab were unreinforced. Divide the floor into slabs no more than ft by ft.

Make the slabs square or rectangular, with an aspect ratio not to exceed Size: KB. yield erroneous results. Nominal beams or plates above the floor can be used to support the track forces to the supporting floor beams for existing buildings.

Some concrete framed slabs may not need any additional supports (concrete flat slabs, flat plates, waffle slabs, etc.) For design purposes, no live load occurs between the CMFS tracks File Size: 2MB.

Resumen: A numerical model for material non-linear analysis of concrete slabs supported on soil is described in this work. In this model, the cracked concrete is regarded as cracks with concrete between cracks.

The behaviour of the concrete between cracks is simulated by the conventional theory of plasticity. Unrestrained Beam Thickness Tables. Restrained Beam Thickness Tables.

#N#Protected Floor/Ceiling. 2 1/2" NWC/LWC, Fluted/Cellular. D Unres MK6GF. D Unres ZHY. 2" NWC/LWC, Fluted/Cellular. D Unres MK6GF. D Unres ZHY. 2 1/2" NWC/LWC, Fluted. D Unres MK6GF.

D Unres ZHY. Corrugated Deck. D Unres MK6GF. D .Post-tensioned ground-supported floors Ground-supported concrete floor slabs can be designed and constructed with some benefits using post-tensioning systems.

There may be additional cost compared with normal reinforcing techniques but the potential technical benefits available may counter that factor.composite beams using precast concrete slabs (P), Design of asymmetric Slimflor beams with precast concrete slabs (P) and Design of multi-storey braced frames (P).

Corus provided the funding for the background research relating to composite construction using precast floors in steel framed buildings; Corus Construction and.