Standard method of detailing structural concrete (Fourth edition)

Author: Various (Institution Task Group)

Date published

8 January 2021

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Standard method of detailing structural concrete (Fourth edition)

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Standard method of detailing structural concrete (Fourth edition)
Date published

8 January 2021

Author

Various (Institution Task Group)

Price

Standard: £75.00
Member: £48.75
Student Member: £37.50

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Various (Institution Task Group)

Now in its fourth edition, this manual has been the "Concrete Detailers' Bible" for more than 50 years.

This new edition (2021) is the first in 15 years – and reflects a major new approach to the application of BS EN 1992 to concrete detailing practice. The text has been thoroughly reviewed — with new detailing aids and more emphasis on the requirements for detailing, rather than design.

• Fully updated in accordance with BS 8666:2020 (including the latest Shape Codes)
• 40 new Model Details
• A substantially revised and updated chapter on prestressed concrete
• Comprehensive new reference list
 

 

Additional information

Format:
Book (A4 print or PDF)
ISBN:
978-1-906335-48-9
Pages:
200
Publisher:
IStructE Ltd

Tags

Design Elements Concrete Concrete - reinforced Concrete - precast Concrete - prestressed Concrete - lightweight Guidance Codes & Standards Technical Publications Panel Guides

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