two-way slab

two-way slab

[′tü ¦wā ′slab]
(civil engineering)
A concrete slab supported by beams along all four edges and reinforced with steel bars arranged perpendicularly.

two-way slab

1. A concrete floor slab in which the main reinforcement runs in two directions.
2. A rectangular, reinforced concrete slab having a span on the long side that is less than twice the span on the short side.