## Handbook for design of slabs by yield-line and strip methods |

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### Contents

SOME BASIC PRINCIPLES OF THE YIELDLINE | 3 |

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR DESIGN OF SLABS BY | 29 |

DESIGN EXAMPLES BY THE YIELDLINE METHOD | 45 |

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1.3 cm cover amount of reinforcement analysis angle assumed axes of rotation balcony slab bands Bending moments boundary conditions calculated centre CHAPTER cm say column support contraflexure crack width dead load deflection deformations Depth of slab DESIGN EXAMPLES DESIGN OF SLABS distance E'II effective depth elastic theory equal equation equilibrium factor of safety formula Free Edge Hillerborg INSDOC isotropic slab kg/cm kg/m Length of top load q m/qu midspan mild steel negative reinforcement negative yield nodal forces orthogonal directions orthotropic slab overall depth positive yield-line ratio Rectangular Slab reinforcement provided reinforcing bars shear force shear lines shown in Figure Slab Design Slab thickness Square Slab stress discontinuity strip method superimposed load Table top reinforcement Trapezoidal Band triangular two-way slabs Type-3 Elements ultimate load uniformly distributed load unit length value of m/q vector x-direction yield lines yield moments yield pattern yield-line pattern yield-line theory