Slab on Ground Concrete Calculations

Slab on Ground Concrete Calculations

Slab-on-ground is the most common and has two variants: conventional slabs with deep excavated beams and waffle pod slabs, which sit near ground level and have a grid of expanded polystyrene foam pods as void formers creating a maze of beams in between. Conventional slabs can be insulated beneath the broad floor panels; waffle pods are by definition insulated beneath. Both may benefit from slab edge insulation.

This video shows you how to calculate the amount of concrete required to pour a Concrete Slab on Ground with Splayed edge beam and a Rebated edge. While the calculations are relatively simple its the process that people get wrong and miss things.

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