Applying principle to residential low rise construction

Question 1The rein” rel=”nofollow”>inforced concrete ‘slab on ground’ floorin” rel=”nofollow”>ing system for the 2 storey dwellin” rel=”nofollow”>ing detailed in” rel=”nofollow”>in the plans is to be constructed utilisin” rel=”nofollow”>ing expanded polystyrene void formers. The site will be excavated to provide a level ‘bench’ in” rel=”nofollow”>incorporatin” rel=”nofollow”>ing cut and fill. Piers will be required to support the slab on an even foundation. a) Prepare a sketch of the plan view of the slab in” rel=”nofollow”>indicatin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the possible location of the piers You can assume the piers are 300mm in” rel=”nofollow”>in diameter (Hin” rel=”nofollow”>int: position piers at all comers/beams in” rel=”nofollow”>intersections, then place between these at maximum 1800 centres) b) Provide a section in” rel=”nofollow”>in parts (‘break’ the sketch to show relevant parts of the slab) through the slab from front to back and through the garage, detailin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the use of the void formers and the rein” rel=”nofollow”>inforcement. Indicate the foundation and any change in” rel=”nofollow”>in floor level. c) Prepare a typical section through the edge beam of the slab. Clearly show the external wall detail to 300mm above the slab.

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