Design of Post-Tensioned One-Way Slabs and Beams of Long Span Garages
Long span garages are very common across the United States and are typically designed using relatively thin post-tensioned one-way slabs that are supported by post-tensioned beams and girders. The beams will often span in the 60 foot range and will typically require no camber due to proper use of post-tensioning. The webinar highlights the design steps of post-tensioned one-way slabs and beams that are typical for long span garages while addressing the relevant code sections. Typical details that are associated with these types of structures are also shown in conjunction with construction photographs.
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Bryan Allred, S.E. is a licensed structural engineer who specializes in the design of reinforced concrete buildings utilizing post-tensioned floor systems. He is the co-author of the book