Links between the Eurocodes

Figure 1.2 and Plate 3 (in the colour section) show the connections between the main parts of the Structural Eurocodes (in the style of the London Underground tube map). Only the main parts (not the sub-parts) of the Eurocodes are shown.

Along the 'Central Line' (in red on Plate 3) are the ten parts (Parts 1) giving general rules and rules for buildings. For example, EN 1992-1 provides general rules for concrete structures.

Around the 'Circle Line' (in yellow on Plate 3) are the six parts (Parts 2) giving rules for bridges. For example, EN 1992-2 provides design and detailing rules for concrete bridges.

The dashed line running north to south links ENs 1992-3 and 1993-3, which deal with liquid retaining and containing structures; the grey line running west to east beneath the Central Line links ENs 1991-4, 1993-4, and 1998-4, which cover silos and tanks; and the dashed lines in the south-east quadrant link ENs 1993-5, 1997-1 and -2, and 1998-5, which are concerned with foundations.

Liquid retaining and containing structures

Concrete bridges -design and detailing rules

Simplified calculation methods for s un reinfo reed masonry structures

Aluminium

Simplified calculation methods for s un reinfo reed masonry structures

Aluminium

Actions induced by cranes and machinery

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