Reinforced Concrete Design, Civil Engineering

Design a continuous one-way solid slab supported on beams spaced at 4.2m o.c. the width of the beam is 300mm, leaving clear slab spans of 3.9. The slab carries a uniform DL= 6 KPa. Use f''c= 21Mpa, and the ACI coefficients. Show bar arrangement using straight bars for all top and bottom reinforcement.
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