Feb 26, 2016

Feb 26, 2016

Feb 26, 2016

# Design & Analysis of Slab in SAP2000

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• WD = 50 LB/ft, WL = 60 lb/ft,
• Fâ€™C = 4 ksi, Fy = 60 ksi,
• hf = 6", B15 x 12

## Steps:

• Unit kft-F
• New model = grid
• X = 7, Y = 2, Z = 1; spacing
• X = 10,
• Y = 25
• Option >
• Preference
• Concrete ACI-2003

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## Define:

• Define > Material,
• Concrete, modify.
• Fy = fys = 60ksi,
• fâ€™c = 4ksi
• Define > frame section.
• Add rectangular, name B15 * 12. Reinforcement,
• Beam clear cover top = bottom = 2.5â€ť
• Name = slab
• Define > Area sections,
• Asec 1 modify,
• thickness bending = membrane = 6â€ť.
• Define > add default combo check concrete,
• Convert to user check boxes.
• Draw > quick draw area, draw the area.
• Draw > quick draw frame draw beam, B15 x 12
• Select edge paints at both ends

Flat Slab

## Assign

• Assign > joint restrained, hinge support.
• Select beams
• Assign > frame > insertion point, select slab
• Select slab
• Analyze > set analysis uses,
• Select Slab
• Analyze > run analysis model,
• Do No run
• Run now
• Unit K-is

One Way Slab

## Display:

• Display > deformed shape,
• Select UDCON2
• Drag the mouse over the slab & find max deflation
• Display > show forces stresses
• Area UDCON2
• Design steel,
• Bottom face,
• Area/ Select max value
• Display > show forces stresses
• Area Ast 2
• Select max value
• Display > show forces stresses
• Area too face
• Select max value
• Display > show forces stresses
• Area Ast 1
• Display > concrete frame design
• Select design combo
• Select UDCON1, UDCON2

Two Way Slab

## Design:

• Design > concrete frame design
• Start design/checks
• Design > Concrete frame design
• Verify all members passed
• All members should pass otherwise increase beam size to pass
• Design > concrete frame design > display design/np Select longitudinal reinforcement
• For beam, for both upper and lower face, select max value & for column select max value and calculate No. of bars