Hot-rolled products in weldable fine grain structural steels; part 2: delivery conditions for normalized/normalized rolled steels; German version EN Find the most up-to-date version of DIN at Engineering DINWelding of reinforcing steel – Part 1: Execution of welding operations (FOREIGN STANDARD)-This standard deals with the requirement for .
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CONNIE: SI: Regulations directory : DIN
In case of doubt, the German-language original should be consulted as the authoritative text. Application of equivalent geometrical imperfections. Approximate effective spans for calculation of effective flange width. Effective web width of T-beams of variable depth. Angle of spread of concentrated axial loads. T-beam with angle of spread of prestressing forces. Effective span of a dim or slab. Direct and indirect support. Types of isolated column. Design model for calculation of effective eccentricity.
Scope 40991- separate checks in the two principal planes. Reduced depth of cross section for a separate analysis in y – plane for e 0z greater than 0,2 h. Simplified diin relationship for prestressed concrete sections. Steel stresses in anchorage zone of pre-tensioned members. Final creep coefficient for normalweight concrete in a dry indoor atmosphere.
Final creep coefficient for normalweight concrete in an external humid atmosphere. General shrinkage strain of normalweight concrete for t approaching infinity. Drying shrinkage strain of normalweight concrete for t approaching infinity. Stress-strain curve for non-linear methods of analysis and strain calculations. Stress-strain curve of reinforcement for global analysis.
Stress-strain curve of reinforcing steel for section design. Stress-strain curve of prestressing steel for global analysis. Theoretical stress-strain curve of prestressing steel for section design.
Possible distribution of strain in reinforcement and prestressing steel at the ultimate limit state. Shear in cross sections of variable effective don. Area of tension reinforcement, A sl, for determining longitudinal reinforcement ratio.
Truss system and notation for members with shear reinforcement. Connection of flange and web. Torsion notation and equivalent systems. Design model for analysis of punching shear dij. Parts of critical section dib satisfying item 1 of subclause Critical fin around loaded areas located away from an unsupported edge. Critical section near an opening. Critical section near an unsupported edge.
Slab with column head with lH not greater than 1,5 hH. Slab with column head with lH greater than 1,5 hH. Don values of b.
Sections for analysis of punching shear reinforcement. Effective zones for calculation of minimum bending moments. Transverse tensile forces in a compression zone with confinement at concentrated nodes. Nodal zone for analysis of compression nodes. Nodal 44099-1 for analysis of tension-compression nodes. Node at reinforcement bend. Determining areas for partial area loading.
Stress-number diagram for reinforcing and prestressing steel. Zone in which reinforcement is effective. Shear reinforcement in the anchorage zone without transverse compression for bar diameters over 32 mm. Anchorages and curtailment of links. Spacings s and s 0 for calculation of a1. Shear reinforcement for lap joints. Lap joints of welded reinforcing fabric example. Arrangement, minimum spacing and minimum concrete cover of bundles of bars.
Anchorage of bundles of bars with widely spaced theoretical curtailment points. Anchorage of bundles of bars with closely 4099-11 theoretical curtailment points. Lap joint in tension for bundles of three bars inclusive of a fourth bar. Clear minimum spacing for pre-tensioned members.
Diagram of resisting tensile forces tension envelope and anchorage lengths in flexural members. Combinations of stirrups and shear assemblies. Permitted deviations from shear resistance 4099-1 for conventional buildings. Top and bottom corner reinforcement.
Edge reinforcement at the free edges of slabs. Arrangement of punching shear reinforcement. Floor joints for shear transmission examples.
Loadbearing joints in two-way spanning precast concrete floors incorporating an in-situ topping example. Support of floor slabs on precast concrete walls. Additional shear reinforcement at base of wall. Transverse tensile stresses in compression joints. Connection of 409-91 beams plan view.
Tying system providing for accidental actions floor plan. Partial safety factors for actions on structures at ultimate limit state. Partial safety factors to determine the resistance at ultimate limit state. Minimum concrete cover for corrosion protection and tolerance on concrete cover. Minimum concrete compressive strength during prestressing with posttensioned or unbonded members at time tj.
Bond stress, as a function of actual concrete compressive strength. Density class, design dry density and characteristic density of lightweight concrete. Characteristic values of strength and strain for normal-weight concrete. Characteristic values of strength and strain for lightweight concrete. Permitted welding processes, joints and applications. Coefficients of friction and roughness dim.
Moment coefficients and moment distribution widths.
Ratio of bond strengths of prestressing steel and reinforcing steel. Parameters of stress-number diagrams for reinforcement. Parameters of stress-number diagrams for prestressing steel.
Requirements relating to crack control and decompression. Minimum requirement classes as a function of exposure class. Limit reinforcing bar diameter as a function of the design crack width. Maximum reinforcing bar spacing as a function of the design crack width.
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Coefficient to determine equivalent span. Minimum diameters of mandrels for welded bent reinforcement. Design bond stress for reinforcing bars up to 32 mm in diameter with adequate bonding conditions.
Coefficient aa as a function of anchorage technique. Minimum lap lengths of transverse bars. Reinforcement ratio for calculation of minimum area of reinforcement.
Minimum top reinforcement in prestressed members. Maximum longitudinal and transverse spacing of hangers and shear assemblies. Minimum thickness of loadbearing walls. It contains provisions relating to design and construction that deviate from ENVand includes provisions from national standards superseded by this standard, where this has proved necessary to ensure the loadbearing capacity, serviceability and durability of members designed and constructed according to this standard.