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Eurocodes
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In the context of the title of this colloquium, EuroCodes are definitely for tomorrow and, some would say, hopefully the day after! However, it is important to recognise the significance of the EuroCodes and be prepared for their eventual implementation-national interests have perhaps even less weight now that the 10 in Europe have become the 12!!

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