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CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
4th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
CONTEMPORARY ACHIEVEMENTS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 2016 , 2016.y., pp. 59-68


REVIEW OF THE METHODS FOR ANALYSIS OF FLAT SLABS
 
DOI: 10.14415/konferencijaGFS 2016.004
UDC: 624.073.13
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Author : Mirković, Nikola; Milićević, Ivan; Šumarac, Dragoslav
 
 Summary:
 The paper analyzes the results of reinforced concrete flat slabs, using different methods based on the theory of elasticity and theory of plasticity. Were considered three methods: stripe method, method according to Hillerborg and Wiesinger and Yield Line theory. The stripe method based on the theory of elasticity and is one of the most commonly used methods for calculation flat slabs, which are recommended by many regulations for calculation reinforced concrete structures. This paper also presents two methods based on the theory of plasticity, the method according to Hillerborg and Wiesinger - lower bound and Yield Line theory - upper bound, which uses a solutions of Johansen. Solutions obtained by these methods define limits interval of critical load. Review the basic theoretical hypothesis of all these methods and their application to flat slabs. Conducted calculation according to Eurocode 2 with a regular arrangement of pillars, analyzed the results and commented differences that occur as a result of the adoption of various hypothesis.
 
 Keywords:
 flat slabs, theory of elasticity, theory of plasticity, strip method, method according to Hillerborg and Wiesinger, Yield Line theory.