In this Part-6 course we have covered ONE WAY slab design in ms excel format. In general there are two types of slabs, one way and two way. In this part we have covered initially how to design one way slabs in step by step basis, including the explanation on back ground concepts behind every steps too.
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Following are the practical concepts which we teach in our Practical structural Design Training Course Webinar:-.
(Both Manual design in xl and Softwares method)
1. Load transfer sequence and technique in a structure.
2. Limitations of all design and detailing softwares.
3. How Fix, pin end conditions are to be constructed at site.
4. What are the effects of interchanged end condition at site.
5. What and how are the construction loads to be added in structural design, which are not said by any codes.
6. Practical layout of re-bars in slabs based on BM diagram.
7. How to assume the rebars in design and reconfirm the assumptions.
8. How to prepare the beam and column layout drawings as per Architectural drawings.
9. How to orient the columns according to major and minor axis BM's.
10.How to structurally rectify the deflection failures in constructed beams.