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Project Name:

SMARTDEK51 Version 1

SMARTDEK typical
Design Output
Parameter

Notations

Slab thickness
Top tensile reinforcement over supports:
Pattern of negative reinforcement
Concrete cover
Minimum reinforcement requirements in both
directions
Fire reinforcement (additional to
shrinkage and negative reinforcement)
Bottom tensile reinforcement (additional to SMARTDEK)
Compression reinforcement: Bottom at support

Single

D,cs (mm)
A-s (mm2)
c (mm)

Afire (mm2)
A+,mid (mm2)
Acom,sup (mm2)

Number of temporary props

Input parameters
Type of Buildings
Span Configuration
Continuous Spans
Conditions of Exposure
Max. ratio of adjacent spans Ll/Ls
Deflection Limits of
Composite Slabs
Slab c/c span, mm
No. of formwork spans
Formwork Deflection Limits
Support width of steel frame
and masonry supports, mm
Degree of moment redistribution

Continuous narrow supports


End Spans
More than four spans
Mild
up to 1.2
Total<L/250 Imposed<L/350
4500
Single span
L/180
100
No redistribution

Tensile & Compression Reinf.


Tensile & Comp. Reinf. Diameter
SMARTDEK sheeting, mm
Slab thickness, mm
Q live load, kPa
G superimposed dead load, kPa
s
SMARTDEK steel grade, MPa
Stacked materials Qs, kPa
Fire Design
Fire Resistance Periods
Fire imposed load factor
Fire Reinforcement Grade, MPa

Crack control for flexure


Concrete grade
Creep factor
Shrinkage factor

Required
M20
1.1
0.00030

Fire Reinforcement Diameter,mm


Fire reinforcement location
Mesh (fabric) reinforcement
Grade, MPa

MARTDEK51 Version 1

Spans
End

Interior

160
510
Pattern 1
20
Sufficient
170
0
40

pression Reinf.
p. Reinf. Diameter
heeting, mm

d dead load, kPa

eel grade, MPa


als Qs, kPa

ment Grade, MPa

415
10mm
0.7
2
1
0.25
550
1
Required
120 min
0.5
415

ment Diameter,mm
ent location
einforcement

20mm
Bottom
5.8x200x200
480

SMARTDEK51 decking
for India

Job Name:

SMARTDEK typical

INPUT PARAMETERS:
Type of building
Concrete slab spans
Continuous spans
Slab thickness
Density of concrete:
Concrete grade

Continuous narrow supports

Dc
g

IS 456:2000, Table 2
Concrete slab span, centre to centre
L
Conditions of exposure
IS 456:2000, Table 3
Mesh reinforcement grade
IS:432 (Part ll) - 1982, Section 7
Mesh
IS:1566 - 1982, Appendix A
Bar reinforcing grade
IS:1786 - 1985, Section 7
Reinforcing bar diameter
IS:1786 - 1985, Section 5
Deflection limits of composite slabs
IS 456:2000, Section 23.2
Maximum ratio of longer to shorter spans
% of permanent load in the live load
IS 456:2000, Table 18, Note 2

mm
kN/m3

mm

MPa

MPa
mm
Total<L/250 Imposed<L/350

cc

Creep factor
IS 456:2000, Section 6.2.5

sh

Shrinkage strain
IS 456:2000, Section 6.2.4
Flexural crack control
Superimposed dead load
Imposed load
SMARTDEK base metal thickness
SMARTDEK steel grade
Support width
Formwork deflection limits

Gsup
Q
t

(BS 5950:Part 4:1994, Clause 5.3)

kPa
kPa
mm
MPa
mm
mm
mm

Construction imposed loads due


to weight of stacked materials
Fire resistance level
Fire reinforcement grade

Qs
(BS 5950:Part 4:1994, Clause 2.2)
FRL

kPa
min

IS:1786 - 1985, Section 7


Fire reinforcement diameter

mm

IS:1786 - 1985, Section 5


Load factor for imposed loads during fire
(BS 5950:Part 8:1990, Clause 3.1)
Screed thickness, mm

mm

Formwork design
SECTION PROPERTIES OF SMARTDEK:
Section Modulus
Effective Second Moment of Area
for serviceability

Zf

mm3/m

Ieff,ser

mm4/m

Area

mm2/m

MATERIAL PROPERTIES OF SMARTDEK:


Nominal yield stress
Re.min
Nominal ultimate tensile strength
Us
(BS 5950:Part 6:1995, Clause 3.3.2)
(AS/NZS 4600:1996, Table 1.5)
Design strength
py
(BS 5950:Part 4:1994, Clause 2.4.3)
(BS 5950:Part 6:1995, Clause 3.3.2)
Young's modulus of elasticity

DESIGN LOADS:
Dead load of sheeting
Dead load of concrete
Construction imposed loads
Construction imposed loads due
to weight of stacked materials
LOAD COMBINATIONS:
Strength:
Stage 1(before placing concrete):
F1a = 1.4*Gsh+1.6*Qc
F1b = 1.4*Gsh+1.6*Qs
Stage 2(after placing concrete):

MPa
MPa

MPa

Gsh
Gdc
Qc

kPa
kPa
kPa

Qs

kPa

kPa
kPa

F2a = 1.4*Gsh+1.4Gdc+1.6*Qc

kPa

Fdef = Gsh+Gdc

kPa

Serviceability:
(BS 5950:Part 4:1994, Table1)
DESIGN FOR STRENGTH:
Maximum design moment
Moment capacity

M*
Mc

kNm/m
kNm/m

M*<MaxM
Maximum shear force
Shear capacity

F*v
Pv
(BS 5950:Part 6:1995, Foreword)
(AS/NZS 4600:1996,Clause 3.3.4)
F*v<Pv

kN/m
kN/m

Combined bending and shear


Not applicable to Partial Plastic Theory
DESIGN FOR SERVICEABILITY:
Deflections
Deflection limits

tot
(BS 5950:Part 6:1995, Clause 5.6.1)
tot,max
tot,abs

mm
mm
mm

(BS 5950:Part 4:1994, Clause 5.3)


tot<MINtot,maxtot,abs

Composite slab design


MATERIAL PROPERTIES:
Nominal yield stress of SMARTDEK
Re.min
Nominal ultimate tensile strength of SMARTDEK
Us
(BS 5950:Part 6:1995, Clause 3.3.2)
(AS/NZS 4600:1996, Table 1.5)
Design strength of SMARTDEK
Py
(BS 5950:Part 4:1994, Clause 2.4.3)
Young's modulus of elasticity of steel
Es
(BS 5950:Part 4:1994, Clause 2.4.3)
Nominal yield stress of reinforcing bars
fy
u,Rd
Longitudinal shear capacity
(prEN 1994-1-1, Clause B.3.6)
Short term Young's modulus of elasticity of concrete
Ec,s
(BS 8110:Part 2:1985, Sections 3.5;7.2)
Long term Young's modulus of elasticity of concrete
Ec,l
(BS 8110:Part 2:1985, Sections 3.6)
Depth of SMARTDEK
hr

MPa
MPa

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
mm

Distance from centroidal axis of SMARTDEK


to extreme fibre in tension

ysh,eff

Distance from plastic centroid of SMARTDEK


e
to extreme fibre in tension
(prEN 1994-1-1, Clause 9.7.2)
Effective cross-sectional area of SMARTDEK
Ape
(prEN 1994-1-1, Clause 9.7.2)
LOADING:
Dead load (self weight)
Superimposed dead load
Imposed load

G
Gsup
Q

LOAD COMBINATIONS:
Strength:
1) Fu=1.5*(G+Gsup) + 1.5*Q (all spans, adjucent, alternat
1) Fu=1.5*G (the rest of spans)
IS 456:2000, Section 22.4.1
Serviceability:
Short term Total propped
Short term Total unpropped
Short term Incremental
Long term Permanent propped
Long term Permanent unpropped
IS 456:2000, Table 18
BS 5950:Part4:1994, Section 6.6

mm

mm

mm2

kPa
kPa
kPa

kPa
kPa

kPa
kPa
kPa
kPa
kPa

DESIGN FOR STRENGTH:


ACTION EFFECTS:

Bending Moment at 1/6 span


Bending Moment at 1/3 span
Bending Moment at 1/2 span
Maximum shear force at end support
Bending Moment at interior supports
Maximum shear force at interior support

M2**
M3**
M4**
Vesp*
Misp*
Visp*

kNm
kNm
kNm
kN
kNm
kN

Negative tensile bar reinforcement (at the top, in addition to mesh)


Compression RIO at support, bottom
IS 456:2000, Annex G

mm2
mm2

NEGATIVE MOMENT CAPACITY:

POSITIVE MOMENT CAPACITY:


Bottom tensile reinforcement (additional to SMARTD

A+,mid

mm2

M1
Reduction factor for sheeting
s
Reduction factor for reinforcement
c
Reduction factor for concrete
Design value of compressive force in concrete
Ncf
kN
flange with full shear connection
Design value of compressive force in concrete
flange at 1/6 span
Nc,2
kN
at 1/3 span
Nc,3
kN
at 1/2 span
Nc,4
kN
Plastic section modulus of effective SMARTDEK
cross section
Zeff
mm3
Design value of plastic resistance moment of
SMARTDEK effective cross-section
Mpa
kNm
Reduced plastic resistance moment of
SMARTDEK at 1/6 span
Mpr,2
kNm
at 1/3 span
Mpr,3
kNm
at 1/2 span
Mpr,4
kNm
(prEN 1994-1-1, Clause 9.7.2)
Parameters without contribution of additional positive reinforcement:
Distance between plastic neutral axis and extreme
fibre of concrete in compression at 1/6 span
xp1,2
mm
at 1/3 span
xp1,3
mm
at 1/2 span
xp1,4
mm
Lever arm at 1/6 span
z1,2
mm
at 1/3 span
z1,3
mm
at 1/2 span
z1,4
mm
Design value of resistance of composite slab
at 1/6 span
MRd,2
kNm
at 1/3 span
MRd,3
kNm
at 1/2 span
MRd,4
kNm
x<0.4D at 1/6 span
at 1/3 span
at 1/2 span
(prEN 1994-1-1, Clause 9.7.2)
Parameters with contribution of additional positive reinforcement:
Tension force in positive reinforcement
Nas
kN
Distance between plastic neutral axis and extreme
fibre of concrete in compression at 1/6 span
xp1,2
mm
at 1/3 span
xp1,3
mm
at 1/2 span
xp1,4
mm
Lever arm for Lysaght W at 1/6 span
z1,2
mm
at 1/3 span
z1,3
mm
at 1/2 span
z1,4
mm
Lever arm for positive reinforcement at 1/6 span
z2,2
mm
at 1/3 span
z2,3
mm

at 1/2 span
Design value of resistance of composite slab
at 1/6 span
at 1/3 span
at 1/2 span
x<0.4D at 1/6 span
at 1/3 span
at 1/2 span
(prEN 1994-1-1, Clause 9.7.2)
Positive reinforcement is at yield at 1/6 span
at 1/3 span
at 1/2 span
(prEN 1994-1-1, Clause 9.7.2)
Final sagging bending resistance:
at 1/6 span
at 1/3 span
at 1/2 span
M2*<MRd,2
M3*<MRd,3
M4*<MRd,4
POSITIVE SHEAR CAPACITY:
Total effective area (Sheeting & bottom tensile reinfo
Design positive shear force
k shear factor
Design shear strength of concrete
Maximum shear stress
Shear stress in concrete
Shear capacity

z2,4

mm

MRd,2
MRd,3
MRd,4

kNm
kNm
kNm

MRd,2
MRd,3
MRd,4

kNm
kNm
kNm

Ass
V*pos
k
c

mm2
kN
N/mm2

c.max
v

N/mm2

Ass
V*neg
k
c

mm2
kN

N/mm2

IS 456:2000, Section 40

NEGATIVE SHEAR CAPACITY:


Total effective area (Sheeting & bottom tensile reinfo
Design negative shear force
k shear factor
Design shear strength of concrete

c.max
v

Maximum shear stress


Shear stress in concrete
Shear capacity
IS 456:2000, Section 40
DESIGN FOR SERVICEABILITY:

N/mm2
N/mm2
N/mm2

DEFLECTIONS:
MAX,tot
Maximum total deflections (L/250)
MAX,imm360
Maximum imposed deflections(L/350)
IS 456:2000, Section 23.2

mm
mm

Total deflections
Incremental deflections

mm
mm
IS 456:2000, Annex C
MAX

MINIMUM REINFORCEMENT REQUIREMENTS:


(both directions, includs shrinkage control)

Fire design
Reinforcement capacity reduction factor, positive ben
SMARTDEK capacity reduction factor, positive bendi
Reinforcement capacity reduction factor, negative be
Reinforcement mesh capacity reduction factor, positi
Load combination:

R+st
R+sh
R-st,30
R+mesh

wf = 1.0*g+q

kPa

(BS 5950:Part 4:1994, Clause 7.3)


Positive capacity at mid-span
Negative capacity over support
Negative capacity over point of curtailment

kNm
kNm
kNm

Structural adequacy with hinges over supports


Structural adequacy with hinges at the the points of reinforcement curtailment
Overall structural adequacy
(BS 5950:Part 4:1994, Clause 7.3)
Area of additional bottom fire reinforcement
A+st,f
Area of additional top fire reinforcement
A+st,f

mm2
mm2

cking

Continuous narrow supports


End Spans
More than four spans
160
25
M20
4500
Mild
480
5.8x200x200
415
10
Total<L/250 Imposed<L/350
up to 1.2
25
1.1
0.0003
Required
1
2
0.7
550
100
L/180
20

1
120
415
0
0.5
15

15146
157500
889.0

550.0
550.0

462.0

200000

0.1
3.5
3.1
1.0

5.1
1.7

9.9
3.6

2.0
4.0
OK
7.2
10.3

OK

3.93
8.3
20.0
OK

550
550

511.5

415
132
24000
11429
51

24.9

24.9

772

3.48
1
2

8.47
5.47

5.41
N/A
2.00
2.85
N/A

10.13
16.20
18.22
17.44
25.93
27.67

510
34.3015095832

1.1
1.15
1.5
386.0

67.7
141.9
216.2
16974
8.5
8.5
6.7
4.7

7.0
14.7
22.4
117.8
113.7
112.7
16.5
22.8
29.0
OK
OK
OK

55.1
12.7
20.5
28.2
114.9
110.9
109.8
91.8
88.0

84.1

21.3
27.3
33.0
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK

21.3
27.3
33.0
OK
OK
OK

177
17.44
1.28
0.37
1.40
0.26
1

642
27.67
1.28
0.61
1.40
0.41
1

18.00
12.86

17.57
11.65
1

Sufficient

0.859
0
1
0.533
5.5
8.8
11.66
0.00
1
0
1
170
0