Workshop on Eurocode 2 - Interpretation questions

Building materials, durability, compression members

By the publication of the lists of technical building regulations in the German Federal States, most parts of the Eurocodes with their national annexes (such as the Eurocodes 2 (EC2) [1, 2] for the concrete construction industry) became effective as of July 1, 2012 in Germany. These publications are based on the draft list of technical building regulations (Musterliste der Technischen Baubestimmungen) dated December 2011 (à //" target="_blank" > The associated national annexes, such as DIN 1045-1, were deleted from the draft list. Some German Federal States have...

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