Structural Design ASNZS 117002002 Structural design actions General principles

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Structural Design : AS/NZS 1170.0:2002, Structural design actions – General principles Concrete Mix Design : Information on design requirements for the design and construction of concrete buildings, or members containing reinforcing steels or tendons are included in AS 3600-2009, Concrete structures.
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Steel Strength : Beams manufactured from steel and concrete can be manufactured and designed by following the requirements outlined in AS 2327.1-2003, Composite structures – Simply supported beams. Question 2: How would you ensure that the requirements of appropriate standards are actually met during design and constructions? A standard is a set of guidelines and criteria against which a product can be judged. Common standards related to building practices are created through consensus processes by organizations such as ANSI , ASTM , or ASHRAE . Supporting the governance of standards and certifications is the International Standards Organization ( ISO ), which defines and develops worldwide standards that frequently become law or form the basis of industry norms. ISO defines a standard as: "a document, established by consensus, approved by a recognized body that provides for common and repeated use as rules, guidelines, or characteristics for activities or their results."
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