Concrete floor : Design of prefabricated pre-stressed hollow core slabs with verification through PRE-Stress and comparison with site-cast slab

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från KTH/Byggteknik och design; KTH/Byggteknik och design

Sammanfattning: The most common prefabricated concrete slabs are hollow core slabs, which are usually pre-tensioned. How to design these parts is not compiled today in a manual where it is clear how this is done, this knowledge is generally classified as expert knowledge. The purpose was to bring forth how to design prefabricated pre-stressed hollow core slabs, HD/F, and then create a design aid that is compared by hand calculations with the PRE-Stress design program from StruSoft. Furthermore, to compare it with site-cast concrete slabs to see differences in the amount of material and the thickness of the structure under the same conditions.The design aid is not complete as some limitations had to be made. When it comes to results, the hand calculations in comparison with PRE-Stress have not resulted in identical answers but have proven to be on the safe side consistently through the design, which indicates that the design aid is fully functional. In the comparison with site-cast concrete slabs, it can be noted that prestressed hollow core slabs require less concrete volume, slimmer construction, and longer span widths but greater reinforcement volume.

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