Bubble Deck Slab System: A Review on the Design and Performance
Keywords:Bubble deck slab, Biaxial slab, Voided slab, Hollow recycled plastic balls, Reinforced concrete slab
The conventional floor slab has few drawbacks of giving little structural support and posing a large amount of self-weight to a building. Therefore, bubble deck slab system is introduced to tackle these limitations. This paper aims to provide a comprehensive review of the bubble deck slab system on its design and performance. A systematic literature review was conducted in this paper based on the selected journal and articles through the database search engine. The findings will better understand the feasibility of the bubble deck slab system and its potential as a viable replacement for the conventional floor slabs.
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