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  • 1. Two Way SlabProblem Statement:Use the ACI 318 Direct Design Method to design an interior bay of a flat plate slab system ofmulti bay building. The Dimensions of an interior bay are shown in Figure 1. 20 24 Figure 1. Interior Bay Dimensions This example is to be used for educational purposes only. 1
  • 2. Design DataColumn Size - 24” x 24”Materials• Concrete: normal weight (150 pcf), f’c = 4,000 psi• Welded Wire Reinforcement (WWR) , fy = 80,000 psiLoads• Superimposed dead loads = 30 psf• Live load = 50 psfSlab ThicknessLongest clear span ln = 24 – (24/12) = 22.0 ftMinimum thickness h per ACI Table 9.5(c) = ln/30 = 8.8 in. Use h 9.0 in.qu = 1.2(9/12*150 + 30) + 1.6(50) = 251.0 psfDesign for FlexureCheck if the Direct Design Method of ACI Sect. 13.6 can be utilized to compute the bendingmoments due to the gravity loads:• 3 continuous spans in one direction, more than 3 in the other O.K.• Rectangular panels with long-to-short span ratio = 24/20 = 1.2 < 2 O.K.• Successive span lengths in each direction are equal O.K.• No offset columns O.K.• L/D = 50/(112.5 + 30) = 0.35 < 2 O.K.Since all requirements are satisfied, the Direct Design Method can be used.Short Direction (20 ft)l2 = 24 ft and ln = 20’-2’= 18.0 ftFactored moment per span.Mo = =Division of the total panel moment Mo into negative and positive moments, and then column andmiddle strip moments, involves the direct application of the moment coefficients in the followingTable 1. This example is to be used for educational purposes only. 2
  • 3. Slab Moment Int. Neg. Int. pos. Total Moment 170.80 85.40 Column Strip 128.10 51.24 Middle Strip 42.70 34.16 Table 1 Moment Distribution.Reinforcement,Assume D16 wires will be used.d = 9 - 0.75 -0.45/2 = 8.03 in.Column strip width b = (20 x 12)/2 = 120 in.Middle strip width b = (24 x 12) – 120 = 168 in.As = Mu /4d*60/80 where Mu is in ft-kips and d is in inchesMin. As = 0.0018bh*60/80 (grade 80,000 psi steel) Max. s = 2h = 18 in. or 18 in. (Sect. 13.3.2)The required reinforcements are shown in table 2. Span Location Mu kips-ft b (in) d (in) As (in2) Min As (in2) Reinforcement Column Int. Neg. 128.10 120.00 8.03 2.99 1.46 D16 at 6 in. Strip Int. Pos. 51.24 120.00 8.03 1.20 1.46 D8 at 6 in. Middle Int. Neg. 42.70 168.00 8.03 1.00 2.04 D8 at 6 in. Strip Int. Pos. 34.16 168.00 8.03 0.80 2.04 D8 at 6 in. Table 2. Required Bay Reinforcement.Long Direction (24 ft)l2 = 20 ft and ln = 24-2= 22.0 ftFactored moment per span.Mo = =Division of the total panel moment Mo into negative and positive moments, and then column andmiddle strip moments, involves the direct application of the moment coefficients in the followingTable 3. Slab Moment Int. Neg Int. Pos. Total moment 212.10 106.05 Column Strip 159.08 63.63 Middle Strip 53.03 42.42 Table 3 Moment Distribution. This example is to be used for educational purposes only. 3
  • 4. Reinforcement,Assume D20 wires will be used.d = 9 - 0.75 -0.45- 0.5/2 = 7.55 in.Column strip width b = (20 x 12)/2 = 120 in.Middle strip width b = (20 x 12) – 120 = 120 in.As = Mu /4d*60/80 where Mu is in ft-kips and d is in inchesMin. As = 0.0018bh*60/80 (grade 80 ksi ) Max. s = 2h = 18 in. or 18 in. (Sect. 13.3.2)The required reinforcements are shown in table 4. Span Location Mu kips-ft b (in) d (in) As (in2) Min As (in2) Reinforcement Column Int. Neg. 159.08 120.00 7.55 3.95 1.46 D20 at 6 in. Strip Int. Pos. 63.63 120.00 7.55 1.58 1.46 D8 at 6 in. Middle Int. Neg. 53.03 120.00 7.55 1.32 1.46 D8 at 6 in. Strip Int. Pos. 42.42 120.00 7.55 1.05 1.46 D8 at 6 in. Table 4. Required Bay Reinforcement.Reinforcement Details:The following figures 2, 3, 4 and 5show the reinforcement details for the column and middlestrips for both directions. The lengths were determined from Figure 13.3.8 of ACI 318-05. WWR2 WWR3 WWR1 Top Reinforcement This example is to be used for educational purposes only. 4
  • 5. 20 24 WWR4 10-8" 10-8" 10-8" Bottom Reinforcement Figure 2. Top and Bottom Reinforcement 11 913 11-8" D8@6" D20@12" D16@12" 2 D8 WWR1 WWR2 This example is to be used for educational purposes only. 5
  • 6. 10-8" 1011 2- D8 26 D8@6" WWR3 D8@6" WWR4 D8@6" Figure 3. Sheets Details 211 3 5-44" 3 5-44" 11 WWR1 WWR1 10-8"10-8" 10-8" 20 WWR4 Column Strip This example is to be used for educational purposes only. 6
  • 7. 10 10 WWR3 10-8" 10-8" 10-8" 20 WWR4 Middle Strip Figure 4. Cross Section (Short Direction)This example is to be used for educational purposes only. 7
  • 8. 13 6-71" 6-71" 13 4 2 4 WWR1 WWR1 WWR4 24 26 Column Strip 11-8" 11-8" WWR2 WWR4 24 26 Middle Strip Figure 5. Cross Section (Long Direction)This example is to be used for educational purposes only. 8
  • 9. Reinforcement Quantities: Weight Total per Foot Weight of Sheet Number and Size Length (ft) (lb) Weight (lb) Sheet 11 D16 11 0.544 65.8 WWR1 14 D20 13 0.68 123.8 189.6 4 D8 9 0.272 9.8 WWR2 18 D8 11.67 0.272 57.1 66.9 22 D8 10 0.272 59.8 WWR3 4 D8 11 0.272 12.0 71.8 52 D8 10.67 0.272 150.9 WWR4 21 D8 26 0.272 148.5 299.4Each 20’ by 24’ bay has one WWR1, one WWR2, one WWR3 and two WWR4. The total steelweight for each bay = 189.6+66.9+71.8+2*299.4 = 927.1 lbs.Steel weight per square foot = 927.1 / (24*20) = 1.93 lb/ft2Design Using Grade 60 Rebar.Figures 6 and 7 show the reinforcement detail of the interior bay using Grade 60 Rebar.The total steel weight for each bay using Grade 60 Rebar = 1,204 lbs.Steel weight per square foot = 1,204/(24*20) = 2.51 lb/ft2Conclusions:The ratio between the total weight per square foot using WWR to the total weight per square footusing Grade 60 Rebar = (1.93/2.51) *100 = 77%.Placed of WWR Should be significantly faster than placement of the reinforcing bars, resultingin additional overall saving. This example is to be used for educational purposes only. 9
  • 10. 512-98" 5 12-98" 3 9-28" 3 9-28" 10 # 4 10 #4 10# 4 20 Column Strip 10 10 14# 4 6" 3 7#4 7#4 2-88" 20 Middle Strip Figure 6. Cross Section (Short Direction), Grade 60 RebarThis example is to be used for educational purposes only. 10
  • 11. 3 15-28" 3 15-28" 5 10-98" 5" 10-98 14 # 4 14 # 4 11# 4 24 26 Column Strip 11-8" 11-8" 10#4 6" 5 3-38" 5#4 5#4 24 Middle StripFigure 7. Cross Section (Long Direction), Grade 60 Rebar This example is to be used for educational purposes only. 11

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