BS 5400 PART 2 2006 PDF
BS part 2 specification for load by jmugu in Types > Research. Standard Number BS Title Steel, concrete and composite. Licensed Copy: University of Bath Library, University of Bath, 27 December , Uncontrolled Copy, (c) BSI. BS Steel, Concrete and Composite Bridges (Specification for Loads) BS - Steel Concrete and Composite Bridges - Part_10 Fatigue. BS Part 2. Uploaded by poziomka Copyright: Attribution Non- Commercial (BY-NC). Download as DOCX, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd. Flag for.
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Specifies the loading to be used for the design of highway and railway bridges and associated structures. Additional requirements for the design of highway. BS (), “Steel, concrete and composite bridges. Part 2: Specification for Loads". Follow the link and search for the standard on the British Standards. BS was a British Standard code of practice for the design and construction of steel, BS Steel, concrete and composite bridges. (This part of standard is replaced by BS EN (EN ) but remains current); BS Steel, concrete Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version.
The standard specifies the requirements and the code of practice   on design of steel ,  concrete reinforced , prestressed or composite  and composite bridges that use steel sections rolled or fabricated, cased or uncased  as well as the materials and workmanship in bridge erection.
The standard also includes the specification and calculation of standard bridge loads, the application of the limit state principles ,  analysis, and fatigue load calculation  and the reservoir method for fatigue load cycle counting.
The standard also covers the structural design of bridge foundations  and design and requirements on bridge bearings for ordinary and moving bridges.
In , BS was superseded by the Structural Eurocodes for the design of new bridges. However, BS still forms the basis of assessment standards for existing highway and railway structures.
Some of the prescriptive clauses from the old code have been re-cast in a form consistent with the principles of the Eurocodes and presented as advisory material within British Standard Published Documents; these exist as non-contradictory complementary information NCCI to the Eurocodes and offer means of compliance with the requirements of the Eurocodes, typically using closed-form solutions familiar to the engineer experienced in the application of BS From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Different parts of BS [ edit ] BS consists of ten main parts: BS General statement. Specification for loads.
Code of practice for design of composite bridges BS Steel, concrete and composite bridges. Specification for materials and workmanship, steel. Specification for materials and workmanship, concrete, reinforcement and prestressing tendons.
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Higher grade BS Part 2: Structural use of timber - Code of practice for permissible stress design, materials and workmanship BS Structural use of timber - Code of practice for trussed rafter roofs BS Part 4. Fire resistance of timber structures Recommendations for calculating fire resistance of timber members BS Part 4.
Fire resistance of timber structures.
Recommendations for calculating fire resistance of timber stud walls and joisted floor constructions BS Part 6. Code of practice for timber frame walls.
Dwellings not exceeding four storeys Section 6. Buildings other than dwellings not exceeding four storeys.
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BS Part 7.This new edition of BS does not reflect a full review or revision of the standard. BS C Steel, concrete and composite bridges. Code of practice for design, construction and loading BS Buildings and structures for agriculture.
Code of practice for timber floors and roofs for housing BS Code of practice for assessing exposure of walls to wind-driven rain BS Part 1: Structural use of concrete - Code of practice for design and construction BS Part 2: Structural use of concrete - Code of practice for special circumstances BS Part 3: Structural use of concrete - Design charts for singly reinforced beams, doubly reinforced beams and rectangular columns BS Part 1: Structural use of aluminium - Code of practice for design BS Part 2: Structural use of aluminium - Specification for materials, workmanship and protection BS Rolled and welded sections BS Part 3: Section 3.
Code of practice for design of concrete bridges.
BS Part 7. The BSI copyright notice displayed in this document indicates when the document was last issued.
Different parts of BS [ edit ] BS consists of ten main parts: BS