Steel Floor Panels, Metal Decking on each Floor in the WTC Buildings

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    The World Trade Center buildings had steel floor panels on each floor that layered over the trusses and had a layer of concrete poured on them.

    What happened to all these sheets of steel panels that made up the metal decking for each floor? Why aren't many in the debris pile?

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    Ummmmm...

    Aliens zapped them with death rays?
     
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    Funny...look at all the images of ground zero and it shows nothing but structural steel left and virtually everything else was exploded into pulverized dust....including pretty much all of the steel floor panels making up the metal decking for each floor...
     
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    I'm with you bro...

    Death rays are the only logical answer. They couldn't have been pulverized in the collapse, that would be stupid
     
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    One thing you picture doesn't show is the wire mesh in the concert. and to join a fresh poured slab of concert they drill holes for rebar that will be exposed for the next pour, or will have rebar from the slab that was just poured sticking out 6 to 7 inches for the next pour.
     
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    How thick were those steel floor panels?
     
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    The standard slab thickness is 4 and 5 /8 inches thick.
     
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    So are you saying there is a net of mesh wire spanning every floor?

    If there was what could have happened to the massive amounts of wire netting from each floor?
     
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    I think he was referring to the metal sheeting...not sure what gauge of metal was used
     
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    If done right yes
    Here's an example of what the wire mesh would look like before a pour
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