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Article: Analysis of corner supported skew slabs

TitleAnalysis of corner supported skew slabs
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Issue Date1968
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Building Science, 1968, v. 3 n. 2, p. 81-92 How to Cite?
AbstractThe paper describes a theoretical and experimental study of the behaviour of corner supported slabs. The finite element method of analysis was used to determine the deflections and bending moments in three slabs: 1. (1) a square slab supported at the corners, 2. (2) a 45° skew slab supported at the corners, and 3. (3) a 30° continuous skew slab supported at the corners and at the centres of the long sides. The effects of three loading patterns were investigated 1. (a) a uniformly distributed load over the whole slab, 2. (b) a concentrated load at the centre of the slab, and 3. (c) concentrated loads at the centres of two opposite sides. The results of the analysis showed good agreement with measurements taken on model perspex plates with appropriate loading and boundary conditions. © 1968.
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dc.contributor.authorDavies, JDen_US
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dc.contributor.authorCheung, YKen_US
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dc.description.abstractThe paper describes a theoretical and experimental study of the behaviour of corner supported slabs. The finite element method of analysis was used to determine the deflections and bending moments in three slabs: 1. (1) a square slab supported at the corners, 2. (2) a 45° skew slab supported at the corners, and 3. (3) a 30° continuous skew slab supported at the corners and at the centres of the long sides. The effects of three loading patterns were investigated 1. (a) a uniformly distributed load over the whole slab, 2. (b) a concentrated load at the centre of the slab, and 3. (c) concentrated loads at the centres of two opposite sides. The results of the analysis showed good agreement with measurements taken on model perspex plates with appropriate loading and boundary conditions. © 1968.en_US
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