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Structural System Overview
2 Buildings’ Elements Roof Beam(RB) Beam(B) Ground Beam(GB) Column(C) Slab(S) Footing(F)
3 Loads subjected to Buildings
4 3. Overview Structural Systems A.Truss B.Beam&Column, Rigid Frame C.Bearing wall D.Floor Systems E.Lateral Load Systems
5 A. Truss Plane Truss Space Truss 2-D 3-D Hinge joint Comp. Tens.
6 B. Beam&Column
7 Truss vs. Frame
9 Beam behavior
11 C. Wall Bearing
12 Wall Bearing & Shear Wall
13 D. Floor Systems What is slab? How to consider? Look at the 4 next pages before going to theory….
14 Load Carried System
16 Short & Long Span
17 Column strip?
18 TYPE OF FLOOR SYSTEMS It can be classified in different ways: By Material Used By Structural action of the slab By Method of construction
19 By Material Used Floor slab : Reinforced concrete, Timber, steel, brick Beam or Girder : Reinforced concrete, Timber, steel
20 By Structural action of the slab Bearing slab (Slab on ground) One way slab Two way slab Joist slab, Waffle slab Flat Slab Irregular slab
21 By Method of construction Cast in situ concrete Slab and Beam Precast concrete slab….on Beam… Precast beam and slab Precast slab on steel beam
22 Factors for Design and Cons. Load… LL., DL., FL. Span Thickness Deflection and Vibration Stiffness Methods….
23 Comparison for slabs Timber Slab Steel Slab Concrete Slab Details in class
24 High-Rise buildings
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