The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 70 (1992) > Issues > Issue 13 > Application of the Structural Eurocode EC2 to an Office Building
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Application of the Structural Eurocode EC2 to an Office Building

EC2: ‘Design of concrete structures: Part I ’ has been published by CEN as an ENV. This paper reports on the application of EC2: Part I to the design of the major structural elements in an office building which has also, in comparison, been designed to BS 811O. The exercise was undertaken in collaboration with Andrews, Kent & Stone, consulting engineers, London. The purpose was to provide an indication of the use of EC2 in the design of ‘everyday ’ structures. U. Albrecht, Professor Dr Ing.

Author(s): Albrecht, U

Keywords: codes of practice;applications;offices;design;bs8110;eurocode2;comparing;concrete;ribbed slabs;flat slabs;beams;columns;raft foundations;limit state methods;reinforcement;deflection;cracking;controlling