Typ. Slab Panel


Flowchart for Slab Design



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Salient features:

  • Safety:

The slab is made to pass a number of design checks to withstand its design loads. A design is not accepted until:

  • Mid-span BM < MR (sagging)
  • Support BM < MR (hogging)
  • Shear < allowable limit
  • Maximum deflection < allowable limit
  • Development & anchorage requirements for re-bars are fulfilled.
  • Economy:

Since design is performed automatically in a split second, trials can be made to maximize savings in terms of both concrete and steel. As an example, a reduction in slab thickness by 1”, for a 6m x 6m slab, is equivalent to one cu. m saving in concrete.

  • Speed:

Design calculations are performed, with calculations sheets ready to be printed, at a 'click' of a mouse button. Hence we are able to issue construction drawings faster than others.

  • Optimized Design:

Design checks are done on slab panel starting with the least practical thickness and min steel allowed by design code. Thickness and/or steel are then progressively increased until the slab passes all necessary checks, ensuring an optimum design.

  • Calculations:

The step-by-step detailed calculations on our unique calculation template, highlighting the reserve strength/ FOS against each action, will help you to carry out subsequent alterations in terms of occupancy changes, strengthening, modifications etc, if and when required.





Epicenter Consulting Engineers Pvt. Ltd. (“Company”) is not responsible for errors or omissions or for the results obtained from use of above information. Company guarantees neither the completeness, correctness, accuracy of the above information nor of the results obtained by use of the information. User is strongly advised to seek the opinion of an licensed Structural Engineer for correctness of the design output.