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Design of Steel Fibre Floors: Problems and Pitfalls

Not the most glamorous of subjects - no teflon-coated fabric, wires and FE analysis here, but it is more than likely that, during the course of their career, most structural engineers will be responsible for a concrete ground slab for a warehouse, distribution facility, retail store or similar. Frank Neil

Author(s): Neil, F

Keywords: steel fibres;floors;concrete slabs;ground floors;warehouse;retail trading spaces;limit states design;shrinkage;stress;joints