Flat Slab and Waffle Slab Systems
The effects of column grid size, number of storeys, use of mild/high yield steel reinforcement, location of structural element, grade of concrete and provision of column heads in structural systems on the quantities of various constituents of reinforced concrete construction using flat slabs and waffle slabs have been studied and presented in the form of charts and mathematical equations. The charts give relationships between the quantities of each of the constituents of reinforced concrete construction, namely concrete, reinforcements and formwork, and each of the various parameters of the structure.
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