Chapter 1. Introduction - ufc_3_320_06a0007

Chapter 2. Basis Of Floor Slab on Grade Design

Wall loads. - ufc_3_320_06a0009

Chapter 3. Determination Of Floor Slab Requirements

Stationary Live Loads

Table 3-1. Maximum allowable stationary live load

Wall loads. - ufc_3_320_06a0013

Tabler 3-2. Minimum Thickness Of Thiickened Floor Slab For Wall Load Near Center Of Slab Or Near Keyed or Doweled Joint

Table 3-3. Maximum Allowable Wall Load Near Free Edge

Figure 3-1. Widths Of Thickened Slabs and Slab Edge Conditions Under Wall loads

Chapter 4. Site Investigation

Table 4-1. Typical values of modulus of subgrade reaction

Enviromental Conditions.

Chapter 5. Design Procedure

Figure 5-1. Design Curves for Concrete Floor Slabs by Design Index.

Figure 5-2. Design Curves for Concrete Floor Slabs For Heavy Forklifts.

Subgrade.

Base Courses.

Steel Reinforcement.

Figure 5-3. Reinforcement for odd - Shaped Slabs.

Reinforced design.

Figure5-4. Design Thickness for Reinforced Floor Slabs.

Joint And Usage.

Figure 5-5. Typical Floor Slab Joint Layout.

Figure 5-6. Contraction Joints for Reinforced and Nonreinforced Floor Slabs.

Figure 5-7. Joint Sealant Details.

Width and Depth of Weakened Plane Groove

Table 5-2. Recommended Spacing of Transverse Contraction Joints

Spacing of Longitudinal Contraction Joints

Figure 5-9. Doweled Construction Joints for Concrete Floor Slabs.

Figure 5-10. Keyed Construction Joints For Concrete Floor Slabs

Doweled butt joint.

Special joints and junctures.

Figure 5-13. Thickened -Edge Joints

Dowel specifications

Table 5-3. Dowel Size and Spacing

Joints In Concrete Floor Slabs

Fiber reinforced design.

Mix proportioning considerations

Figure 5-15. Design Curves For Fiber Reinforced Concrete Floor Slabs by Design index.

Figure 5-16. Design Curves For Fiber- Reinforced Concrete Floor Slab for Heavy Forklifts.

Allowable deflection for JFC pavement

Figure 5-17. Deflection Curves for Fiber- Reinforced Concrete Floor Slabs.

Figure 5-18. Allowable Deflection For Jointed Fiber- Reinforced Concrete Floor Slabs.

Appendix B. Equations for Computing the Allowable Wall Loads Near Center

Appendix B. Equations for Computing the Allowable Wall Loads Near Center - Continued

Appendix C. Design Examples

Thickened floor slab design for exterior wall.

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