difference between flat and solid slabs

What is the difference between a solid slab and a flat slab?

A flat slab is essentially a slab with no drop beams. Think of it as a ‘sheet’ of concrete extended in both X and Y directions and supported on columns. Sometimes flat slabs have a perimeter beam they call it a ‘spandrel beam’. There are two types of flat slabs: 1.【Get Price】

What is the Difference between flat slabs and solid slabs.

Flat slabs are the ones with or without drop panels supported by columns without beams.... whereas the solid slabs are the ones supported by beams and columns and constructed monolithically【Get Price】

Slabs and Flat Slabs - Concrete Centre

• Detailing –Solid slabs • Flat Slab Design –includes flexure worked example • Exercise -Punching shear. EC2 Webinar - Autumn 2016 Lecture 5/2 Designing for shear in slabs • When shear reinforcement is not required –e.g. usually one and two.【Get Price】

Slabs and Flat Slabs - Concrete Centre

• Detailing –Solid slabs • Flat Slab Design –includes flexure worked example • Exercise -Punching shear. EC2 Webinar - Autumn 2017 Lecture 5/2 Designing for shear in slabs • When shear reinforcement is not required –e.g. usually one and two.【Get Price】

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