Standard method of detailing structural concrete (Fourth edition)

Author: Various (Institution Task Group)

Date published

8 January 2021

Price
Standard: £75.00
Member: £48.75
Student Member: £37.50
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Standard method of detailing structural concrete (Fourth edition)

Guidance
Author

Various (Institution Task Group)

Date published

8 January 2021

Author

Various (Institution Task Group)

Price

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

Buy Now

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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