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# Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning

## Civil Engineering Department

Petra Christian University
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GENERAL
LAYOUT & VIEW
TYPE OF SUPPORT
EFFECTIVE SPAN
MAXIMUM SPACE BETWEEN SLAB REINFORCEMENT
DESIGN OF ONE WAY SLAB REINFORCEMENT
TABLES & GRAPHICS

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GENERAL

## Basically one way slab has the same behavior as

simple supported beam or continuous beam.

## The value of moment (due to bending) could be found

through :
a. principles of mechanics,
b. computer calculation
c. tables such as Table 4.1 of CUR IV
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LAY OUT & VIEW OF ONE-WAY SLAB

1. 2.

A A A A

A-A A-A
Slab is supported by Cantilever Slab
brick wall fixed at the beam

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LAYOUT & VIEW OF TWO-WAY SLAB

A A

A-A
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TYPE OF SUPPORT  CUR 1, p. 70-71

## 1. FREE SUPPORTED Free rotate

2. FIXED SUPPORTED

## 3. PARTIALLY FIXED SUPPORTED

Partially rotate

EFFECTIVE SPAN OF SLAB

b L b
Leff = L + b

##  Read : SNI 03-2847-2002 sec 10.7

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MAXIMUM SPACE BETWEEN SLAB REINFORCEMENT
SNI 03-2847-2002 sec 9.6(5)

Main Reinforcement h

s  3h or 500 mm

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DESIGN OF ONE WAY SLAB REINFORCEMENT

##  TABLE 5.1 - CUR IV could be used; and considered

per 1.00 meter width of slab.

##  GRAPHIC 5.4 - CUR IV (p.70-80)

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DESIGN OF ONE-WAY SLAB
a
0.003 c 0.85 fc’ C
d As d - ½a

s fs T
b  1000 mm

H = 0  C = T
0.85 fc’.a.b = As . fy
b = 1m  0.85 fc’.a.b = As . fy
As . fy
a = 0.85 f ’ .103 ... (1)
c

M = 0  Mn = T (d - ½ a)
= As . fy (d - ½ a). .... (2)
As fy
(1)(2) Mu =  As . fy (d - 0.59 )
fc’ 10
ARRANGEMENT OF REINFORCEMENT
in Positive Bending Moment Area

• • • • • • • • • • • •

• • •
10 - 100

10 - 250
10 - 250

10 - 250

10 - 100
10 - 100 •

Secondary reinforcement 11
Main reinforcement
ARRANGEMENT OF REINFORCEMENT
in Negative Bending Moment Area

• • • • • • • •

• • •
10 - 100 •
10 - 100 •
10 - 250
10 - 250

10 - 250 •
10 - 100

Secondary reinforcement
Main reinforcement 12
TABLE 2.2a
AREA OF REINFORCEMENT PER 1.00 METER WIDTH OF SLAB

## Space Diameter (mm)

of bar
(mm) 6 8 10 12 14 16 19 20

## 50 565 1005 1571 2262 3079 4022 5671 6284

75 377 670 1047 1508 2053 2681 3780 4189
100 283 503 785 1131 1539 2011 2835 3142
125 226 402 628 905 1232 1608 2268 2513
150 188 335 524 754 1026 1340 1890 2094
175 162 287 449 646 880 1149 1620 1795
200 141 251 393 565 770 1005 1418 1571
225 126 223 349 503 684 894 1260 1396
250 113 201 314 452 616 804 1134 1257

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TABLE 5.1.a - CUR IV CONCRETE STRENGTH f’c 15  = 0,8

## Mu/bd2 fy = 240 MPa fy = 400 MPa c/d z/d

 au  au
100 0,0005 0,191 0,0003 0,318 0,012 0,995
200 0,0011 0,190 0,0006 0,317 0,023 0,990
300 0,0016 0,189 0,0010 0,315 0,035 0,985
400 0,0021 0,188 0,0013 0,314 0,047 0,980
500 0,0027 0,187 0,0016 0,312 0,059 0,975
600 0,0032 0,186 0,0019 0,310 0,071 0,970
700 0,0038 0,185 0,0023 0,309 0,084 0,964
800 0,0043 0,184 0,0026 0,307 0,096 0,959
900 0,0049 0,183 0,0029 0,305 0,109 0,954
1000 0,0055 0,182 0,0033 0,303 0,122 0,948
1100 0,0061 0,181 0,0036 0,302 0,135 0,943
1200 0,0067 0,180 0,0040 0,300 0,148 0,937
1300 0,0073 0,179 0,0044 0,298 0,161 0,932
1400 0,0079 0,178 0,0047 0,296 0,174 0,926
….. ……. ……. …… …… …… …...
3000 0,0190 0,158 0,01114 0,263 0,422 0,821
3100 0,0199 0,156 0,0119 0,260 0,440 0,813
3200 0,0207 0,155 0,0124 0,258 0,458 0,805
3300 0,0216 0,153 0,478 0,797
3400 0,0225 0,151 0,497 0,789
3500 0,0234 0,150 0,518 0,780 14
GRAPHIC 5.4.a - CUR IV f’c 15 MPa fy = 240 MPa

300
280
260
d (mm) 240
220
200
180
160
140
120
100

## 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000

As (mm2) 15
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