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Hollow core slabs in ETABS

 
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 29, 2016 11:14 am    Post subject: Hollow core slabs in ETABS Reply with quote

How can an HCS slab and screed can be modeled at the same time in a panel and assigned two way action for screed/topping and one way action for HCS. How could I model HCS as a member with only in-plane stiffness and screed as a member with in-plane 7 out-of-plane stiffness at the same time in a panel. even if I modeled so, How they are treated while we consider them as diaphragm for EQ analysis. does the HCS contribute fully for the diaphragm action?
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