1 January 2014
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(NB Technical Guidance Note Level 2, No. 9 contained within this issue was updated in October 2016. For the updated article, see the individual article entry for this issue.)
A new approach for calculating key temperatures on steel studs and an alternative to the ‘effective width method’ are presented.
It is vital that concrete stairs remain available and useable under extreme conditions without suffering progressive collapse. One method through which this can be achieved is the anchoring of the individual elements into the structure.
A new series from the Concrete Bridge Development Group (CBDG). This article demonstrates the benefits of using concrete.