2 edition of Warping of concrete slabs found in the catalog.
Warping of concrete slabs
Anuar Bin Mohd Aris
Thesis (M.Phil.(Eng.))-University of Birmingham, School of Civil Engineering, 1990.
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Curling, or warping, of concrete slabs is a phenomenon that occurs with differences in moisture or temperature between the top and bottom of a slab.
Anytime there is an increase in temperature or moisture, there is a corresponding expansion in concrete slabs, whereas a decrease in temperature or moisture results in a shrinkage in the concrete slab dimensions.
The warping of concrete slabs due to shrinkage is adversely affected by the presence of eccentric reinforcement. Experimental investigation of such effect is reported examining the possiblity of using eccentric reinforcement to reduce or even eliminate such by: 1.
Curling is the distortion of a slab into a curved shape by upward or downward bending of the edges. The occurrence is primarily due to differences in moisture and/or temperature between the top and bottom sur-faces of a concrete slab.
The distortion can lift the edges or the middle of the slab from the base, leaving an unsupported portion. CIP 19 - Curling of Concrete Slabs WHAT is Curling Curling is the distortion of a slab panel into a curved shape by upward or downward bending of the edges and corners at joints or cracks.
Curling is primarily due to differences in moisture and/or temperature between the top and bottom surfaces of a concrete slab. Curling and warping of jointed concrete pavement slabs is a complex issue, and still not fully understood within the concrete pavement industry to the point where accurate predictions of its effect on pavement smoothness can be by: 1.
the slab to warp. If top of slab contains more mois ture than the bottom of slab, warping will be concave downward, and vice versa.
A temperature differential within the slab causes curling in a manner similar to moisture warping. If the top of slab is at a lower temperatureAuthor: Vipinbhai Ratilal Shah.
Concrete slabs on grade are a very common type of concrete construction. Floor slabs can range from a simple residential basement slab to a heavy-duty industrial floor.
However, no matter how basic or complex the floor is, the construction method is similar and includes; preparing the sub-grade and sub-base, placing the reinforcement and concrete, and finishing and curing the Size: 1MB.
ACI CommitteesDesign of Slabs on Ground, andConstruction of Concrete Floors, have been at the forefront of the effort to provide the industry with the tools to produce slabs that are flat and level, with a densely finished surface, stable joints, and limited cracking while being capable of supporting applied loads.
Guide to Design of Slabs-on-Ground Reported by ACI Committee ACI R This guide presents information on the design of slabs-on-ground, primarily industrial floors.
It addresses the planning, design, and detailing of slabs. Background information on design theories is followed by discussionFile Size: 90KB. PCI MANUAL FOR THE DESIGN OF HOLLOW CORE SLABS SECOND EDITION by Donald R. Buettner and Roger J. Becker Computerized Structural Design, S.C.
Prepared for the PCI Hollow Core Slab Producers Committee John E. Saccoman, Chairperson James Beerbower Ernest Markle Kevin Boyle James Markle Jeffrey Butler Milo J.
Nimmer Loris Collavino William C. Analysis of Concrete Slabs on Ground Subjected to Warping and Moving Loads K. LEWIS, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Pittsburgh; and M. HARR, Professor of Soil Mechanics, Purdue University A theory has been developed whereby stresses and deflections could be calculated for a series of rectangular slabs lying on aFile Size: 8MB.
Concrete Slabs: Analysis and design 1st Edition by L.A. Clarke (Author), R J Cope (Author), R.J. Cope (Author) & out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Cited by: TM /AFMChap. 15 Wall loads. is based on the theory of a beam on a liquid There are situations where a wall is placed on a new thickened slab or- on an existing concrete floor slab on grade. Walls weigh from several hundred to several thousand pou nds per linear foot.
Comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of reinforced concrete slabs-from leading authorities in the field. Offering an essential background for a thorough understanding of building code requirements and design procedures for slabs, Reinforced Concrete Slabs, Second Edition provides a full treatment of today's approaches to reinforced concrete slab analysis and by: The words “warping” and “curling” do not appear in the table of contents of the PCA book.
That book implies that if slump is low, then almost everything has been done to minimize shrinkage. Neither publication suggests that the designer specify shrinkage testing of both cement and concrete and choose the cement and aggregates that will provide the lowest shrinkage on: E 69th Ave Denver, COUnited States.
The upward or downward movement of a concrete slab’s corners or edges due to moisture and/or temperature differentials within the concrete is known as ‘curling’ or ‘warping’. It may be evident in concrete elements other than slabs, eg wall panels.
This Data Sheet is concerned only with curling in slabs, and particularly slabs on Size: KB. design of slabs on grade.
In this context, design is defined as the decision-making process of planning, sizing, detail-ing, and developing specifications generally preceding construction.
Information on other aspects, such as materials, construction methods, placement of concrete, and finishing techniques, is included only where it isFile Size: 2MB. Curling is the distortion of a slab into a curved shape by bending of the edges due to differ- ences in moisture between the top and bottom of a concrete slab.
It is caused primarily by loss of moisture from the concrete surface as the con- crete Size: KB. FINALREPORT WARPINGSTRESSESANDDEFLECTIONSINCONCRETESLABS by ,ResearchAssistant JointHighwayResearchProject ProjectNo:CB FileNo PurdueUniversity Cited by: 1.
curling and warping. Thicker and shorter slabs result. in a lesser degree of curling and warping. Concrete slabs with a typical joint spacing of 20 ft in Iowa suffer from relatively higher levels of curling and warping stresses compared to slabs with a 15 ft or shorter joint spacing in other parts of the country.
When one surface of the slab changes size relative to the other, the slab will warp at its edges in the direction of relative shortening. This curling is most noticeable at the sides and corners. One primary characteristic of concrete that affects curling is drying shrinkage.
The rate of curing and evaporation of moisture from the two faces can never be uniform and a tendency to warp is the natural result. Also since curing and measurable shrinkage of concrete can continue for as long as 3 years, the movement of a concrete panel due to non-uniform exposure of the two faces can be expected long after erection.
Impact of Curling and Warping on Concrete Pavement Abstract Portland cement concrete (PCC) pavement undergoes repeated environmental load-related deflection resulting from temperature and moisture variations across the pavement depth.
This phenomenon, referred to as PCC pavement curling and warping, has been known and studied since the : Halil Ceylan, Kasthurirangan Gopalakrishnan, Sunghwan Kim, Peter Taylor, Ahmad Abdulraheem Alhasan.
ents in the concrete that also affect the cracking pattern. Evaluating the combined effect of restrained tempera ture curling and moisture warping is complicated due to their opposing nature.
For instance, when the top of the slab is warmer than the bottom, causing the top to expand, the bottom of the slab usually has a higherFile Size: 6MB. Comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of reinforced concrete slabs-from leading authorities in the field.
Offering an essential background for a thorough understanding of building code requirements and design procedures for slabs, Reinforced Concrete Slabs, Second Edition provides a full treatment of today's approaches to reinforced concrete slab analysis and s: 2.
Forget what you've been told about vapor barriers leading to increased curling of your concrete slab. While protecting your foundation with a high. It was found that concrete creep has a significant effect on the warping and stress of slabs.
It is important to consider creep effect in designing and analyzing deformation and stress generated in concrete pavement slabs, particularly when a moisture gradient exists in slabs. sections. As a result of the interacting restraint offered by the ﬂoor slabs and the foundations, longitudinal and shear stresses associated with warping are introduced in concrete cores.
Therefore St Venant’s theory is inadequate for the analysis of concrete by: 5. Slab Expansion/Contraction z = Joint opening (or change in slab length, in.) C = Base/slab frictional restrain factor ( for stabilized bases; for granular bases) L = Slab length (in.) e = PCC coefficient of thermal expansion by aggregate type (e.g., x/F -for gravel; x10 6/F for limestone) Dt = Maximum temperature range.
The water in the concrete issue is less of a problem with thin slabs because with a thin slab there is not a lot of concrete mass with a lot of water in the mass of the concrete to begin with. But where slabs are thickened for structural reasons wood flooring problems can occur (Photograph 6).
Again, this all can be avoided with a low w/c ratio. Portland cement concrete (PCC) pavement undergoes repeated environmental load-related deflection resulting from temperature and moisture variations across the pavement depth.
This phenomenon, referred to as PCC pavement curling and warping, has been known and studied since the mids. Slab curvature can be further magnified under repeated traffic loads and may ultimately lead to fatigue.
Warp a part. You can warp steel and concrete beams and columns, and concrete slabs. The warping deforming that twists the part by rotating the ends of the part functionality is available only in the Full, Precast Concrete Detailing, and Steel Detailing configurations.
the influence of concrete slab curvature (ascribed to curl and warp) on the de-velopment of roughness (Karamihas and Senn ). For concrete pavements, curling is defined as curvature induced in the concrete pavement slab as a result of a temperature gradient, in which the surface of the slab File Size: KB.
The answer will vary slightly depending on assumptions: will the slabs have a space between them, and will you be cutting the slabs to fill fractions.
21 feet is equal to of the mm slabs. Analysis of Concrete Slabs on Ground. New theory for calculating stresses and deflections in concrete slabs on ground for buildings and homes, or concrete pavements for highways and airports; theory accounts for weight, superimposed loads, warping due to temperature and moisture gradients, and for condition that slab may be only partially supported by by: concrete slab using relative humidity probes installed in ports drilled to varying depths.
Slab warping can also be measured using a variety of techniques that document the relative surface elevation across a slab panel. In May/Junethe authors had an opportunity to document the effect of a decreased moisture gradient on reducing slab. It is important to note that thicker and shorter PCC slabs can result in a relatively lesser degree of curling and warping compared to the thinner and longer slabs.
In addition, the number of PCC pavements selected and relevant data collected were not sufficient for validating the recommendations derived from the literature review findings.
Torsional behaviour of beam and deck slab is made of three different contributions, namely, the Saint Venant torsional stiffness of the deck (if any), the torsional stiffness of the concrete slab and the section warping.
A review of these three components shall be carried out with respect to the cross-section depicted in FigFile Size: KB. Each of the eight chapters of the book tackles a specific area of concern in structural concrete. The text first deals with the serviceability and safety, and then proceeds to the properties of materials and mix designs.
The next two chapters cover reinforced concrete beams and Edition: 1. Almost everywhere (except “California”) that slabs are placed on the ground—a plastic sheet—a vapor barrier—is located directly under the concrete slab and on top of the ground (Photograph 1).
This plastic sheet is in direct contact with the concrete—as it should be in a. This type of shrinkage is largely responsible for random cracking, wide joint and crack widths, and curling (or warping) of concrete floors. Drying shrinkage causes slabs to contract, or.
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