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Dr. N. Balasubramani*, Ar. Vedhajanani B., Er. Shreeshakthi B.


This paper throws light on the possibilities of applications of Thin RCC SLAB - Brickwork Composite Lintel (TRSBWCL). These composite lintels will consist of thin RCC slab precast or cast in situ. On the slab brick masonry will be constructed with cement mortar of ratio equal to or richer than CM 1:5. On loading, the slab and brick the brick work both joined together expected to function as a composite structure and sustain the applied external load. This paper includes the fundamental design methods of the Thin RCC SLAB - Brickwork Composite Lintel (TRSBWCL), with reference to existing literatures, which would be helpful for designers to choose and apply. These lintels generally expected to exhibit the two major possible modes of failures. Moment capacity calculations in both the failure modes are presented.

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