Concrete Design Guide. No. 5: How to calculate anchorage and lap lengths to Eurocode 2

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1 May 2015

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Concrete Design Guide. No. 5: How to calculate anchorage and lap lengths to Eurocode 2

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Concrete Design Guide. No. 5: How to calculate anchorage and lap lengths to Eurocode 2
Date published

1 May 2015

Author

The Concrete Centre

Price

Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

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Author

The Concrete Centre

This article discusses how to calculate an anchorage and lap length for steel ribbed reinforcement subjected to predominantly static loading using the information in Section 8 of Eurocode 2. Coated steel bars (e.g. coated with paint, epoxy or zinc) are not considered. The rules are applicable to normal buildings and bridges.

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8
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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