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ne dag h BRITISH STANDARD PS BS 8110-1: 1997 cece 1 Structural use of concrete — Part 1: Code of practice for design and construction | | | | == [= CCOMEUMONT IMEC SME ORCC Se BS 8110-1:1997 ‘eB takard having enstzraty Committees responsible for this British Standard ‘The preparation of this British Standard was entrusted by Technical Committe 8/52, Building and civ engineering structures, fo Suocomaitee $5262 Strctaral use ofconte, pon which the lowing bas were represent Assocation of Consulting Engineers British Cement Assocation British Precast Concrete Federation Ld CConerate Society Department ofthe Environment (Building Research Establishment) Department of the Environment (Property and Buildings Directorts) Department of Transport (Highways Agency) Federation of Civil Engineering Contractors Institution of Civil Engineers Institution of Structural Engineers Steel Reinforcement Commission Amendments issued since publication ‘ad No. [Date [Commente O582__ [September 1908 1548 [27 May 2002 |indlated by sideline — BS $110-1:1997 Contents Page Committees responsible Inside font cover Foreword y ‘Section 1. General 11 Scope: 1 12 References 1 13 Definitions 1 14 Symbols 3 Section 2. Desiga objectives and gonaral recommendations 21 Basis of design 6 22 Structural desien 5 23 Inspection of construction 1 24 Loads and material properties 4 25. Analysis n 26 Design based on teats 2 Section 5 Design and detaling wincedcommrete ‘81 Design base and strength of materials 15 82 Structures and structural frames 18 8. Conerote cover to reinforcement es 84 Beams 2% {88 Solid slabs supported by beams or walls sr {36 Ribbed slabs (with sold or hollow blocs ar voids) a 37 Flat alabe 80 38 Columns 65 3.10 Stare 80 241 Bas 8 8.12 Considerations affecting design details 8 Section 4, Design end detailing prestressed concrete 41 Design basis 101 a2 nd structural frames 102 2 103 6 no 448 Tension members an 47 Prostossing mt 43 _Lossof prstzes, othr than fiction losses mi 49. Loseof prestress duet friction 113 410 Transmission lengths in pretensioned members ns 411 End blocks in pout tensioned members ne 412 Considerations alfecting design details n6 Section 6. Design and detailing: precast and composite constraction 5:1 Design base and stability provisions 128 52 Precast conerete construction 124 ‘53 Structural connections between preeest units 129 54 Composite conerete construction 133