Concrete Floors still form one of the most common structural elements in construction today. However, floors are responsible for more user complaints than any other building element. A floor must be designed around a user's needs, whether industrial or domestic but it also must comply with the correct standards such as floor flatness and structural strength. This book points the way to good practice by providing an introductory guide to the design and construction of concrete floors. Aimed at designers, civil and structural engineers, contractors and engineering and architectural consultants, this new edition brings the reader up to date with the latest developments and principles of floor design. * Demonstrates how to successfully design and build concrete floors by drawing from a wide range of global experience *Based on US, British and European construction standards *Updated to include the latest developments in floor design and constructionOrder pickers The lift trucks described so far normally carry palletized goods, or objects similar to pallets in size. ... Cranes are almost never manually operated; they normally form part of a computer-controlled automated storage-and-retrieval system (ASRS). ... Here are the requirements: a loading: usually not critical, because rack loads control the design; a joints and cracks: not critical; a surface anbsp;...
|Title||:||Design and Construction of Concrete Floors, Second Edition|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2006-06-30|