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Indian Standard codes give following specification for two way slabs for their analysis.

Bending moment for short span, Mx= Ax.w.Lx^2

Bending moment for long span, My = Ay.w.Ly^2

Where, Ax and Ay are moment co-efficients depending on the ratio Lx/Ly.

Mx = Ax.w.Lx^2

My = Ay.w.Ly^2

Where Ax and Ay are co-efficients depending on the ratio Ly/Lx.

At the corners, top and bottom reinforcement should be provided for torsion.

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Indian Standard codes give following specification for two way slabs for their analysis.

- Case 1: Simply supported slabs which do not have adequate provision to resist torsion at corners, and to prevent the corners from lifting.

Bending moment for short span, Mx= Ax.w.Lx^2

Bending moment for long span, My = Ay.w.Ly^2

Where, Ax and Ay are moment co-efficients depending on the ratio Lx/Ly.

- Case 2. Simply supported on the four edges and corners of the slabs are held down.

Mx = Ax.w.Lx^2

My = Ay.w.Ly^2

Where Ax and Ay are co-efficients depending on the ratio Ly/Lx.

At the corners, top and bottom reinforcement should be provided for torsion.

Thanks for visit!