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Deflection of slabs under heavy points loads

 
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2012 4:08 pm    Post subject: Deflection of slabs under heavy points loads Reply with quote

Dear sirs,

At our site, Transfer Girders are to be cast by supporting them using Heavy Duty Towers. The tower will be resting on ground floor slab whose thickness is 200 mm.As per our analysis  each leg of tower will be subjected to a load of around 50 KN. I want to know how the deflections of ground floor slab will be analysed under these POINT loads, because until the concrete achieves strength, we can't deshutter it. Ground Floor slab is Beam supported slab system

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VIJAY KUMAR
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