Disproportionate collapse (two-volume package)

Author: D. Cormie/Institution Task Group

Date published

1 October 2013

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Disproportionate collapse (two-volume package)

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D. Cormie/Institution Task Group
Date published
1 October 2013
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Standard: £104.00
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Student Member: £52.00
 
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D. Cormie/Institution Task Group

Date published

1 October 2013

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D. Cormie/Institution Task Group

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Standard: £104.00
Member: £67.60
Student Member: £52.00
 

A two-volume package comprising 'Practical guide to structural robustness and disproportionate collapse in buildings' and 'Manual for the systematic risk assessment of high-risk structures against disproportionate collapse'.

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Practical guide to structural robustness and disproportionate collapse in buildings:

This guidance responds to a need for information on structural robustness to address the lack of confidence among designers in the application of building regulation requirements. It considers:

  • Fundamental attributes of robustness

  • Legal obligations

  • Interpretation BS EN 1990 (Eurocode 0) and Approved Document A 

  • Designing for robustness

  • Specific issues relating to the four main structual materials

 

Manual for the systematic risk assessment of high-risk structures against disproportionate collapse:

Here, a systematic risk assessment framework is proposed for the design of high-risk structures against disproportionate collapse. The risk-based approach presented considers the full spectrum of natural, accidental and malicious hazards; while several case studies highlight lessons from failures, instances of poor design and examples of good design practice.

 

Additional information

Format:
A4 print or eBook (PDF)
ISBN:
978-1-906335-17-5 and 978-1-906335-24-3
Pages:
132
Publisher:
IStructE Ltd

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