Eurocode 2 resources
The aim of this publication is to make the transition to Eurocode 2: Design of concrete structures as easy as possible by drawing together in one place key information and commentary required for the design and detailing of typical concrete elements.
Introduction to Eurocodes
Structural fire design
The aim of this publication, Worked Examples to Eurocode 2, is to distil from Eurocode 2, other Eurocodes and other sources the material that is commonly used in the design of concrete framed buildings.
This publication covers the background to the use of concrete properties in design, and is structured to provide guidance on: The range of concrete properties required in the design process; How each property is determined in BS EN 1992-1-1; How the property can be measured; How the measured value may be used in design; Options for modifying the value of the property.
This publication summarises the material that will be commonly used in the design of reinforced and prestressed concrete bridges using Eurocode 2. With extensive clause referencing, readers are guided through Eurocode 2, other relevant European standards and non-contradictory complementary information.
This publication summarises the reference material that will commonly be used in the design of reinforced concrete framed buildings to Eurocode 2. With extensive clause referencing, readers are guided through Eurocode 2 and other relevant Eurocodes. The publication, which includes design aids, aims to help designers with the transition to design to Eurocodes.
The popular RC-spreadsheets package is continually updated as amendments to the Eurocodes come out. Version 4C of the spreadsheets provides for rapid production of design calculations to Eurocode 2 and the UK NA. The RCC series of spreadsheets have also been modified: they are suitable for design calculations to the now withdrawn BS 8110 (up to and including Amendment 4).