Design of Industrial Floors—TR34 and Finite Element Analysis (Part 2) (2019)
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01 May 2019

Design of Industrial Floors—TR34 and Finite Element Analysis (Part 2) (2019)

Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture 13 (2019)
DOI:10.17265/1934-7359/2019.01.000

The design of industrial floors will be presented in this paper. In the first part of this article the calculation methods of the TR34 British guideline will be discussed. In the second part the state of the art design methods using advanced finite element methods will be presented. The design itself may seem as slow considering the actual computer efficiency, however comparing the results to theoretical analysis and to designing methods, precision and economical nature of the method can be justified. A large number of foreign industrial floor designs were made by this method; some of them will be shown as reference at the end of the article.

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