Two Way Slab (BS8110)
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Two Way Slab (BS8110)
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Two Way Slab (BS8110)

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Sorry for the mistake in posting. This is my first post. Actually quite nervous coz there seems to be a lot of rules on posting and warnings of getting banned.
Am I doing it the right way?


Spreadsheet is locked to prevent accidental changes. No password is needed to unlock.
Do let me know if any errors are found. Thanks! JC_cheers



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Hi Derwin, Your spreadsheets is so helpful! I have not gone through it entirely but happened to make an observation.
Suppose we consider as per defaults in the spreadsheet,that is ly/lx=1.6, and this is for panel type 9. The BS code allows for interpolation and i would think that the coefficient for the above(shorter span) would lie in between 0.092( for ly/lx=1.5) and 0.103(for ly/lx=1.75), say taking up a value of 0.0964 to be exact, and not 0.103 as per the spreadsheet. Did you take this into consideration and opted for the higher side without interpolation, thus being conservative?
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dear derwin,
i agree with hmwere. you should interpolate the coefficients as i did in my excel sheet of two way slabs. but my sheet is based on ACI moment coefficients but i did the interpolation. for your help here is the link
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