Design the 2-span continuous center, Civil Engineering

Design the 2-span continuous center T-beam, B2, for the floor syetem shown below. The girders that the beam frames into are all 24" wide. Using fc'= 5 ksi, and fy = 60 ksi. The service life load is 100 psf and there is a superimposed dead load of 40 psf.

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