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"CONTEMPORARY ACHIEVEMENTS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 2015 "
FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING SUBOTICA , 2015.y., pp. 111-118


THE CONSUMPTION OF WELDED WIRE MESH AND CONCRETE IN BUILDING THE CONSTRUCTIVE PART OF THE REINFORCED-CONCRETE PREFABRICATED HALL DEPENDING ON THE LENGTHWISE SPAN BETWEEN THE PILLARS AND MAIN SUPPORTS
 
DOI: 10.14415/konferencijaGFS 2015.013
UDC: 691.328.1
CC-BY-SA 4.0 license
Author : Gušić, Ismet; Hodžić, Bilal; Šljivić, Amela
 
 Summary:
 The paper studies the consumption of welded wire mesh and concrete in the construction of reinforced-concrete prefabricated halls, depending on the extended span of pillars and main supports. The required data were obtained by means of statistical calculations, welded wire mesh sketches, welded wire mesh specifications for the constructive part of the reinforced-concrete prefabricated hall in four different cases of the extended span of roof supports type “A” with the same span of l=18.0 m. Premeasurement halls are calculated with the extended span of roof supports (λ = 6.0 m, 7.5m, 10.0 m and 12.0m). Based on the facility sketches, welded wire mesh sketches, and welded wire mesh specifications, the pre-measurement of concrete and welded wire mesh was made for the hall disposition with the extended span of pillars and roof supports (λ = 6.0 m, 7.5m, 10.0 m and 12.0m). The resulting values of the required welded wire mesh and concrete are presented in tables and diagrams. Based on the tables and diagrams for the required welded wire mesh and concrete for the construction of prefabricated reinforced-concrete hall for individual lengthwise spans of pillars and main supports, the summarized data table was made. The analysis of the summarized table led to the conclusion regarding the most favorable span within the scope of those examined, and recommendations were given to prospective planners.
 
 Keywords:
 prefabricated constructions, armature, concrete, span and most favorable span