Formulation of Load Chart Table for Precast Prestressed Double Tee Slab

Year : 2024 | Volume :11 | Issue : 01 | Page : 42-53
By

Ganesh More

S.A. Bhalchandra

  1. Student Department of Applied Mechanics, Government College of Engineering, Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar, Maharashtra, India
  2. Professor Department of Applied Mechanics, Government College of Engineering, Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar, Maharashtra, India

Abstract

The increasing demand for office buildings, shopping malls, industrial facilities, and residential
structures underscores the necessity for rapid construction systems. Among these, precast concrete
structures have gained traction in the construction industry, with beam-to-column/wall connections
playing a crucial role. Precast prestressed T-slabs, primarily used as floor slab elements, offer
advantages such as longer spans (up to 12 m to 15 m) and simplified construction processes due to
their one-way slab configuration. The utilization of these T-slabs eliminates the need for formwork,
resulting in significant time savings. Recent construction projects have embraced innovative methods
to expedite construction timelines and enhance efficiency. The precast concrete approach facilitates
efficient construction management by leveraging standardized, high-quality components manufactured
in factories and assembled on-site. Double tee slabs, extensively employed in building construction due
to their simplicity and cost-effectiveness, undergo design considerations for live load chart table
development. This table provides direct live load values for various section configurations, spans, and
strand arrangements with differing diameters. The abstract succinctly outlines the paper’s content,
encompassing the undertaken work, results, and conclusions, aiding potential readers in determining
the relevance of the full paper. Adherence to formatting guidelines ensures uniformity and readability,
essential for the publication process.

Keywords: Double Tee, Double Tee Slab, Precast concrete, Structural engineering, Reinforced concrete, Construction materials, Bridge construction, Floor systems, Span-to-depth ratio, Loadbearing capacity

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Received February 27, 2024
Accepted April 30, 2024
Published May 1, 2024