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The flat slab is a reinforced concrete slab with or without drops and is supported
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Manzoor zehri said: 1 year ago
A reinforced slab, built monolithically with the supporting column and is reinforced in two or more directions, without any provision of beams is called flat slab.
Gohar said: 3 years ago
It is B with a column head. The flat plate slab is directly rested on columns.
Shahid Ali said: 4 years ago
It should be both A and B.
Mohd usman said: 5 years ago
Flat slab supported on columns instead of beams, so I think this answer is wrong.
Chhaya said: 6 years ago
Yes I agree.
Ashish Tadewar said: 6 years ago
Flat slab is never supported on beam. The answer should be A and B.
PRASHANT said: 6 years ago
Flat slab is a beamless slab, slab with or without drops and is supported on a column with or without column head.
KRISHNA said: 7 years ago
A flat slab is a two-way reinforced concrete slab that usually does not have beams and girders, and the loads are transferred directly to the supporting concrete columns.
Anbarasan muthaiah said: 9 years ago
The flat slab is a reinforced concrete slab with or without drops and is supported on column with or without column head.
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