# OH..NO..ANOTHER SLAB ?

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This is another example of an One way slab for you.

You can also Refer to the previous posts for RCC slabs. RCC slab

let us start .

We are referring to the slab between columns C11, C12 ,C2 & C3 :

For  finding out the slab dimensions , you shall have to refer to the architectural plan .

This is the  relevant portion :

We have assumed that the wall thickness shall be 100 mm.

For the calculations of the bent up bars , you may like to refer to the detailed posts on bent up bars :

BENT UP BARS 01

BENT UP BARS 02

## 5 thoughts on “OH..NO..ANOTHER SLAB ?”

1. vinaykumar says:

Sir, plz tell me in step 05, in cutting length what is 0.41 & 115 ?

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1. Santosh Kulkarni says:

115mm is the slab thickness as per the drawing.
0.41 is the constant for calculating bent up length .
You can also refer to the recent post for clarifications ;

Cranked bars

Hope this explains .
Stay tuned.

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Dear Sir, Good Morning, As I had promised you I am working on complete estimation. As it happened for simplicity I have been working on same drg. In my calculation for S4 slab on the hall I have added 100 and 200 mm to the inner dimension.  The reason being.1. C3-C12 being a separation wall of the twin housing shall be 200 mm thick.2. C2-C3 being outer wall shall be 200 mm thick.3. Visually the thickness of wall on drg supports my contention. Your view point on this. Regards, Your StudentAjit+91 982 333 06 94

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1. Santosh Kulkarni says:

Ajit ji ,
Great to see this note.
Your observations are quite in line .
Frankly . I did not observe the separation line.
Only thing I feel the separation line can be taken as 150 mm instead of 200 mm.
We shall use Thokla brick here and whose size as you know shall be 8″*6″*4″.

Stay connected.
Thank you so much Ajit ji.

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