Calculate the maximum wall load(in pounds per linear foot) that the edge of a concrete slab-on-grade floor can support by providing the following input:

- Compressive strength in pounds per square inch or kilo Pascals
- Modulus of subgrade reaction in picocurie or megapascals
- Slab thickness in inches or milli meter

### Calculator of Concrete Slab Maximum Wall Load

#### Formula:

P= 9.93 ( fc^0.5 )( te^2 ) ( ( k / (19000 ( fc^0.5 )( te^3 ) ) ) ^ 0.25

**Where,**

**fc**= Concrete compressive strength,**k**= Modulus of subgrade reaction,**te**= Slab thickness.

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