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Reinforced Concrete Inverted Upstand Beam Slab Support Details

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CAD dwg drawing detail for inverted RC beams with two types of slab supports, middle continuous slab as well as end slab support.

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Reinforced Concrete Inverted Upstand Beam Slab Support Details

CAD dwg drawing for a typical Reinforced Concrete Inverted Upstand Beam Slab Support Details. Two types of slab supports, middle continuous slab as well as end slab support.

Detail includes full reinforcement detailing for both the slab and inverted beam, for both cases. Reinforcement development length and anchorage illustration. Detail is ready to be used as is, in any reinforced concrete structural drawings as a typical standard connection detail. It is an essential drawing for every structural engineer.

Up-stand beams are usually used on top floors, in order to give the architectural sense of flat slabs as well as to create an up stand roof perimeter wall, for insulation and finishes. It is not preferred in middle floor slabs as it will create up stands inside the living space that will need to be covered with deep floor finishes, thus creating extra unnecessary dead loads.

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INSTANT DOWNLOAD ACCESS – zip file containing : CAD dwg, dxf & pdf formats. Details can be altered in any CAD software. 3Ds not included.

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