« Example 1 Example 3 » Example 2 (project <Β_422-2>) Figure 4.2.3-12: Shear force envelopes Figure 4.2.3-12: Shear force envelopes The most unfavourable shear forces are equal to: x direction: Vxr=22.8 (20.6) [*]NoteThe respective results corresponding to global loading are shown in brackets. , Vx,erm=-34.7 (-34.7) [kN] y direction: Vyr=16.6 (15.3) [kN] Figure 4.2.3-13: Front view of the 3D shear force diagrams, corresponding to the envelope of [Vx] Figure 4.2.3-13: Front view of the 3D shear force diagrams, corresponding to the envelope of [Vx] Figure 4.2.3-16: Front view of the 3D bending moment diagrams, corresponding to the envelope of [Mx] Figure 4.2.3-16: Front view of the 3D bending moment diagrams, corresponding to the envelope of [Mx] Notice that although the live load has a relatively high value, the shear forces do not differ more than 10%. Of course, this is due to the fact that only 2 spans exist and the unfavourable shear forces at the supports result from the global loading 1.35g+1.50q. The differences would be even higher in multiple spans. Figure 4.2.3-15: Bending moment envelopes Figure 4.2.3-15: Bending moment envelopes The most unfavourable bending moments are equal to: x direction: Mx=18.6 (15.5) [*]NoteThe respective results corresponding to global loading are shown in brackets. , Mx,erm=-27.4 (-27.4) [kNm] y direction: My=4.1 (3.6) [kNm] Note that although the live load has a relatively high value, the differences between the moments are small and less than 20%. Figure 4.2.3-18: Deflection envelopes Figure 4.2.3-18: Deflection envelopes The most unfavourable slab deflection is equal to y=-2.94 mm (-2.10 mm) [*]NoteThe respective results corresponding to global loading are shown in brackets. and y=+0.48, i.e. the slab is lifted in this case as well, in contrast with the response of global loading case. Figure 4.2.3-20: Side view of the 3D deflection diagrams Figure 4.2.3-20: Side view of the 3D deflection diagrams Notice that the deflections are as high as 40% while opposite sign deformations also arise (blue lines). « Example 1 Example 3 »