This International Standard describes methods for establishing seismic qualification procedures
that will yield quantitative data to demonstrate that the equipment can meet its performance
requirements. This document is applicable to electrical, mechanical, instrumentation and control
equipment/components that are used in nuclear facilities. This document provides methods and
documentation requirements for seismic qualification of equipment to verify the equipment’s
ability to perform its specified performance requirements during and/or after specified seismic
demands. This document does not specify seismic demand or performance requirements. Other
aspects, relating to quality assurance, selection of equipment, and design and modification of
systems, are not part of this document. As seismic qualification is only a part of equipment
qualification, this document is used in conjunction with IEC/IEEE 60780-323.
The seismic qualification demonstrates equipment’s ability to perform its safety function(s)
during and/or after the time it is subjected to the forces resulting from at least one safe shutdown
earthquake (SSE/S2). This ability is demonstrated by taking into account, prior to the SSE/S2,
the ageing of equipment and the postulated occurrences of a given number of lower intensity
operating basis earthquake (OBE/S1). Ageing phenomena to be considered, if specified in the
design specification, are those which could increase the vulnerability of equipment to vibrations
caused by an SSE/S2.

  • Standard
    85 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day
  • Draft
    85 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This document provides requirements and recommendations for the type of risk assessment to be employed concerning seismic activity and earthquakes in relation to data centres. In addition, it describes design concepts that can be employed as mitigation actions within the construction, and other elements of design, of data centres.

  • Technical specification
    23 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This document specifies requirements for earthquake protection of automatic sprinkler systems in accordance with EN 12845 . This document applies only to locations in earthquake zones in accordance to EN 1998-1:2004, 3.2.11) and for area subject to peak ground acceleration above 9 % of g.
This document does not cover all legislative requirements. In certain countries specific national regulations apply and take precedence over this document. Users of this document are advised to inform themselves of the applicability or non-applicability for this document by their national responsible authorities.

  • Technical specification
    29 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day
  • Technical specification
    28 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This European Standard specifies the special provisions and safety rules for passenger and goods passenger lifts where these lifts are permanently installed in buildings that are in compliance with EN 1998-1 (Eurocode 8).
This standard defines additional requirements to EN 81 1 and EN 81 2.
It applies to new passenger lifts and goods passenger lifts. However, it may be used as a basis to improve the safety of existing passenger and goods passenger lifts.
It does not apply to seismic lift category 0 as defined in Table A.1.
This European Standard does not address other risks due to seismic events (for example fire, flood, explosion).

  • Standard
    30 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This document provides guidance on ISO 22762-3:2018. It includes examples of design calculations, and provides data on the characteristics obtained from all types of elastomeric isolators.

  • Technical specification
    31 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

This document specifies the special provisions and safety rules for passenger and goods passenger lifts where these lifts are permanently installed in buildings that are in compliance with EN 1998-1 (Eurocode 8).
This document defines additional requirements to EN 81-20 and EN 81-50.
It applies to new passenger lifts and goods passenger lifts. However, it can be used as a basis to improve the safety of existing passenger and goods passenger lifts.
This document does not introduce any additional special provisions and safety rules for lifts which are in Seismic lift category 0 as defined in Annex A, Table A.1.
This document does not address other risks due to seismic events (e.g. fire, flood, explosion).

  • Standard
    30 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This document specifies minimum requirements and test methods for elastomeric seismic isolators used for buildings and the rubber material used in the manufacture of such isolators. It is applicable to elastomeric seismic isolators used to provide buildings with protection from earthquake damage. The isolators covered consist of alternate elastomeric layers and reinforcing steel plates. They are placed between a superstructure and its substructure to provide both flexibility for decoupling structural systems from ground motion, and damping capability to reduce displacement at the isolation interface and the transmission of energy from the ground into the structure at the isolation frequency.

  • Standard
    61 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

This European Standard covers the design of devices that are provided in structures, with the aim of modifying their response to the seismic action. It specifies functional requirements and general design rules for the seismic situation, material characteristics, manufacturing and testing requirements, as well as evaluation of conformity, installation and maintenance requirements. This European Standard covers the types of devices and combinations thereof as defined in 3.4.
NOTE   Additional information concerning the scope of this European Standard is given in Annex A.

  • Standard
    177 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This European Standard covers the design of devices that are provided in structures, with the aim of modifying their response to the seismic action. It specifies functional requirements and general design rules of the devices for the seismic and non-seismic design situations, material characteristics, manufacturing and testing requirements, as well as assessment and verification of constancy of performance, installation and maintenance requirements. This European Standard covers the types of devices and combinations thereof as defined in 3.4.
NOTE   Additional information concerning the scope of this European Standard is given in Annex A.

  • Standard
    177 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

ISO 19901-2:2017 contains requirements for defining the seismic design procedures and criteria for offshore structures; guidance on the requirements is included in Annex A. The requirements focus on fixed steel offshore structures and fixed concrete offshore structures. The effects of seismic events on floating structures and partially buoyant structures are briefly discussed. The site-specific assessment of jack-ups in elevated condition is only covered in ISO 19901-2:2017 to the extent that the requirements are applicable.
Only earthquake-induced ground motions are addressed in detail. Other geologically induced hazards such as liquefaction, slope instability, faults, tsunamis, mud volcanoes and shock waves are mentioned and briefly discussed.
The requirements are intended to reduce risks to persons, the environment, and assets to the lowest levels that are reasonably practicable. This intent is achieved by using:
a) seismic design procedures which are dependent on the exposure level of the offshore structure and the expected intensity of seismic events;
b) a two-level seismic design check in which the structure is designed to the ultimate limit state (ULS) for strength and stiffness and then checked to abnormal environmental events or the abnormal limit state (ALS) to ensure that it meets reserve strength and energy dissipation requirements.
Procedures and requirements for a site-specific probabilistic seismic hazard analysis (PSHA) are addressed for offshore structures in high seismic areas and/or with high exposure levels. However, a thorough explanation of PSHA procedures is not included.
Where a simplified design approach is allowed, worldwide offshore maps, which are included in Annex B, show the intensity of ground shaking corresponding to a return period of 1 000 years. In such cases, these maps may be used with corresponding scale factors to determine appropriate seismic actions for the design of a structure.
For design of fixed steel offshore structures, further specific requirements and recommended values of design parameters (e.g. partial action and resistance factors) are included in ISO 19902, while those for fixed concrete offshore structures are contained in ISO 19903. Seismic requirements for floating structures are contained in ISO 19904, for site-specific assessment of jack-ups and other MOUs in ISO 19905 (all parts), for arctic structures in ISO 19906 and for topsides structures in ISO 19901‑3.

  • Standard
    60 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

ISO 19901-2:2017 contains requirements for defining the seismic design procedures and criteria for offshore structures; guidance on the requirements is included in Annex A. The requirements focus on fixed steel offshore structures and fixed concrete offshore structures. The effects of seismic events on floating structures and partially buoyant structures are briefly discussed. The site-specific assessment of jack-ups in elevated condition is only covered in ISO 19901-2:2017 to the extent that the requirements are applicable.
Only earthquake-induced ground motions are addressed in detail. Other geologically induced hazards such as liquefaction, slope instability, faults, tsunamis, mud volcanoes and shock waves are mentioned and briefly discussed.
The requirements are intended to reduce risks to persons, the environment, and assets to the lowest levels that are reasonably practicable. This intent is achieved by using:
a) seismic design procedures which are dependent on the exposure level of the offshore structure and the expected intensity of seismic events;
b) a two-level seismic design check in which the structure is designed to the ultimate limit state (ULS) for strength and stiffness and then checked to abnormal environmental events or the abnormal limit state (ALS) to ensure that it meets reserve strength and energy dissipation requirements.
Procedures and requirements for a site-specific probabilistic seismic hazard analysis (PSHA) are addressed for offshore structures in high seismic areas and/or with high exposure levels. However, a thorough explanation of PSHA procedures is not included.
Where a simplified design approach is allowed, worldwide offshore maps, which are included in Annex B, show the intensity of ground shaking corresponding to a return period of 1 000 years. In such cases, these maps may be used with corresponding scale factors to determine appropriate seismic actions for the design of a structure.
For design of fixed steel offshore structures, further specific requirements and recommended values of design parameters (e.g. partial action and resistance factors) are included in ISO 19902, while those for fixed concrete offshore structures are contained in ISO 19903. Seismic requirements for floating structures are contained in ISO 19904, for site-specific assessment of jack-ups and other MOUs in ISO 19905 (all parts), for arctic structures in ISO 19906 and for topsides structures in ISO 19901‑3.

  • Standard
    60 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

ISO 3010:2017 (including both the super structure and foundation) and other structures. ISO 3010:2017 is not applicable to certain structures, such as bridges, dams, geotechnical works and tunnels, although some of the principles can be referred to for the seismic design of those structures. ISO 3010:2017 is not applicable to nuclear power plants, since these are dealt with separately in other International Standards. In regions where the seismic hazard is low, methods of design for structural integrity can be used in lieu of methods based on a consideration of seismic actions. ISO 3010:2017 is not a legally binding and enforceable code. It can be viewed as a source document that is utilized in the development of codes of practice by the competent authority responsible for issuing structural design regulations. NOTE 1 This document has been prepared mainly for new engineered structures. The principles are, however, applicable to developing appropriate prescriptive rules for non-engineered structures (see Annex N). The principles could also be applied to evaluating seismic actions on existing structures. NOTE 2 Other structures include self-supporting structures other than buildings that carry gravity loads and are required to resist seismic actions. These structures include seismic force-resisting systems similar to those in buildings, such as a trussed tower or a pipe rack, or systems very different from those in buildings, such as a liquid storage tank or a chimney. Additional examples include structures found at chemical plants, mines, power plants, harbours, amusement parks and civil infrastructure facilities. NOTE 3 The level of seismic hazard that would be considered low depends not only on the seismicity of the region but also on other factors, including types of construction, traditional practices, etc. Methods of design for structural integrity include nominal design horizontal forces (such as an equivalent static loading determined from a simplified equivalent static analysis) which provide a measure of protection against seismic actions.

  • Standard
    60 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

This European Standard specifies the structural design requirements applicable to all types of adjustable pallet racking systems fabricated from steel members, intended for storage of unit loads and subject to seismic actions.
This European Standard gives guidelines for the design of clad rack buildings in seismic zones and where requirements are not covered in EN 1998.
This European Standard does not cover other generic types of storage structures. Specifically, this European Standard does not apply to mobile storage systems, drive-in, drive-through and cantilever racks or static steel shelving systems.
This European Standard does not apply to the design of seismic isolated racking structures.

  • Standard
    83 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

ISO 630-6:2014 specifies qualities for seismic-proof improved structural steels. It applies to steel plates with thicknesses of 6 mm or over and up to 125 mm, wide flats and hot-rolled sections up to 140 mm, which are used in the usual delivery conditions as given in 6.2 and normally intended for welded or bolted structures. It does not include the following structural steels, certain of which are covered by other International Standards: sheet and strip ? refer to ISO TC 17/SC 12, Continuous mill flat rolled products; tubular products ? refer to ISO TC 5/SC 1, Steel tubes.

  • Standard
    16 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

TC - Modifications from EN 1998-3:2005/AC:2010 on the English mother reference version regarding the "National annex for EN 1998-3", Clauses 2 and 4 and Annexes A, B and C + New modifications in Annex A.

  • Corrigendum
    6 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

TC - Modifications from EN 1998-3:2005/AC:2010 on the English mother reference version regarding the "National annex for EN 1998-3", Clauses 2 and 4 and Annexes A, B and C + New modifications in Annex A.

  • Corrigendum
    6 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

ISO 13033:2013 establishes the means to derive seismic actions on nonstructural components and systems (NSCS) supported by or attached to new or existing buildings. It also provides procedures for the verification of NSCS seismic capacities. NSCS include architectural elements, mechanical and electrical systems, and building contents. ISO 13033:2013 is not a legally binding and enforceable code. It is a source document that is utilized in the development of codes of practice by the competent authority responsible for issuing structural design regulations. It is intended for application by regional and national standards committees when preparing standards for the seismic performance of NSCS. ISO 13033:2013 does not specifically cover industrial facilities, including nuclear power plants, since these are dealt with separately in other International Standards. However, the principles in ISO 13033:2013 can be appropriate for the derivation of seismic actions for NSCS in such facilities.

  • Standard
    43 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

Complementary to Eurocodes 1 to 7 and 9. Additional provisions for the structural design of buildings and civil engineering works to be constructed in seismic regions where risk to life and/or risk of structural damage are required to be reduced. General requirements and rules for assessment of seismic actions and combinations with other actions. General rules for earthquake resistant design of buildings and specific rules for buildings and elements constructed with each of the various structural materials.

  • Amendment
    5 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

Complementary to Eurocodes 1 to 7 and 9. Additional provisions for the structural design of buildings and civil engineering works to be constructed in seismic regions where risk to life and/or risk of structural damage are required to be reduced. General requirements and rules for assessment of seismic actions and combinations with other actions. General rules for earthquake resistant design of buildings and specific rules for buildings and elements constructed with each of the various structural materials.

  • Amendment
    5 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

(1)   The scope of Eurocode 8 is defined in EN 1998-1:2004, 1.1.1 and the scope of this Standard is defined in 1.1.1. Additional parts of Eurocode 8 are indicated in EN 1998-1:2004, 1.1.3.
(2)   Within the framework of the scope set forth in EN 1998-1:2004, this part of the Standard contains the particular Performance Requirements, Compliance Criteria and Application Rules applicable to the design of earthquake resistant bridges.
(3)   This Part primarily covers the seismic design of bridges in which the horizontal seismic actions are mainly resisted through bending of the piers or at the abutments; i.e. of bridges composed of vertical or nearly vertical pier systems supporting the traffic deck superstructure. It is also applicable to the seismic design of cable-stayed and arched bridges, although its provisions should not be considered as fully covering these cases.
(4)   Suspension bridges, timber and masonry bridges, moveable bridges and floating bridges are not included in the scope of this Part.
(5)   This Part contains only those provisions that, in addition to other relevant Eurocodes or relevant Parts of EN 1998, should be observed for the design of bridges in seismic regions. In cases of low seismicity, simplified design criteria may be established (see 2.3.7(1)).
(6)   The following topics are dealt with in the text of this Part:
Basic requirements and Compliance Criteria,
Seismic Action,
Analysis,
Strength Verification,
Detailing.
This Part also includes a special section on seismic isolation with provisions covering the application of this method of seismic protection to bridges.
(7)   Annex G contains rules for the calculation of capacity design effects.
(8)   Annex J contains rules regarding the variation of design properties of seismic isolator units and how such variation may be taken into account in design.

  • Amendment
    4 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

(1)   The scope of Eurocode 8 is defined in EN 1998-1:2004, 1.1.1 and the scope of this Standard is defined in 1.1.1. Additional parts of Eurocode 8 are indicated in EN 1998-1:2004, 1.1.3.
(2)   Within the framework of the scope set forth in EN 1998-1:2004, this part of the Standard contains the particular Performance Requirements, Compliance Criteria and Application Rules applicable to the design of earthquake resistant bridges.
(3)   This Part primarily covers the seismic design of bridges in which the horizontal seismic actions are mainly resisted through bending of the piers or at the abutments; i.e. of bridges composed of vertical or nearly vertical pier systems supporting the traffic deck superstructure. It is also applicable to the seismic design of cable-stayed and arched bridges, although its provisions should not be considered as fully covering these cases.
(4)   Suspension bridges, timber and masonry bridges, moveable bridges and floating bridges are not included in the scope of this Part.
(5)   This Part contains only those provisions that, in addition to other relevant Eurocodes or relevant Parts of EN 1998, should be observed for the design of bridges in seismic regions. In cases of low seismicity, simplified design criteria may be established (see 2.3.7(1)).
(6)   The following topics are dealt with in the text of this Part:
Basic requirements and Compliance Criteria,
Seismic Action,
Analysis,
Strength Verification,
Detailing.
This Part also includes a special section on seismic isolation with provisions covering the application of this method of seismic protection to bridges.
(7)   Annex G contains rules for the calculation of capacity design effects.
(8)   Annex J contains rules regarding the variation of design properties of seismic isolator units and how such variation may be taken into account in design.

  • Amendment
    4 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

(1) The scope of Eurocode 8 is defined in EN 1998-1:2004, 1.1.1 and the scope of this Standard is defined in 1.1.1. Additional parts of Eurocode 8 are indicated in EN 1998-1:2004, 1.1.3.
(2) Within the framework of the scope set forth in EN 1998-1:2004, this part of the Standard contains the particular Performance Requirements, Compliance Criteria and Application Rules applicable to the design of earthquake resistant bridges.
(3) This Part primarily covers the seismic design of bridges in which the horizontal seismic actions are mainly resisted through bending of the piers or at the abutments; i.e. of bridges composed of vertical or nearly vertical pier systems supporting the traffic deck superstructure. It is also applicable to the seismic design of cable-stayed and arched bridges, although its provisions should not be considered as fully covering these cases.
(4) Suspension bridges, timber and masonry bridges, moveable bridges and floating bridges are not included in the scope of this Part.
(5) This Part contains only those provisions that, in addition to other relevant Eurocodes or relevant Parts of EN 1998, should be observed for the design of bridges in seismic regions. In cases of low seismicity, simplified design criteria may be established (see 2.3.7(1)).
(6) The following topics are dealt with in the text of this Part:  Basic requirements and Compliance Criteria,  Seismic Action,  Analysis,  Strength Verification,  Detailing.
This Part also includes a special section on seismic isolation with provisions covering the application of this method of seismic protection to bridges.
(7) Annex G contains rules for the calculation of capacity design effects.
(8) Annex J contains rules regarding the variation of design properties of seismic isolator units and how such variation may be taken into account in design.

  • Corrigendum
    2 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

ISO 4866:2010 establishes principles for carrying out vibration measurement and processing data with regard to evaluating vibration effects on structures. It does not cover the source of excitation except when the source dictates dynamic range, frequency or other relevant parameters. The evaluation of the effects of structural vibration is primarily obtained from the response of the structure, using appropriate analytical methods by which the frequency, duration and amplitude can be defined. ISO 4866:2010 only deals with the measurement of structural vibration and excludes the measurement of airborne sound pressure and other pressure fluctuations, although response to such excitations is taken into consideration. ISO 4866:2010 applies to all structures built above or below ground. Such structures are used or maintained and include buildings, structures of archaeological and historical value (cultural heritage), bridges and tunnels, gas and liquid installations including pipelines, earth structures (e.g. dykes and embankments), and fixed marine installations (e.g. quays and wharfs). ISO 4866:2010 does not apply to some special structures, including nuclear plants and dams. The response of structures depends upon the excitation. ISO 4866:2010 examines the methods of measurement as affected by the source of excitation, i.e. frequency, duration, and amplitude as induced by any source (e.g. earthquake, hurricane, explosion, wind loading, airborne noise, sonic boom, internal machinery, traffic, and construction activities).

  • Standard
    40 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off
  • Standard
    42 pages
    French language
    sale 15% off

TC - Editorial modifications to "National annex for EN 1998-2", 4.2.4.4, 5.6.2 and 6.2.2 in the three language versions of the mother standard.
2013: Originator of XML version: first setup pilot of CCMC in 2012

  • Corrigendum
    2 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

TC - Editorial modifications in the whole E mother standard.
2013: Originator of XML version: first setup pilot of CCMC in 2012

  • Corrigendum
    8 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

(1)   The scope of Eurocode 8 is defined in EN 1998-1:2004, 1.1.1 and the scope of this Standard is defined in 1.1.1. Additional parts of Eurocode 8 are indicated in EN 1998-1:2004, 1.1.3.
(2)   Within the framework of the scope set forth in EN 1998-1:2004, this part of the Standard contains the particular Performance Requirements, Compliance Criteria and Application Rules applicable to the design of earthquake resistant bridges.
(3)   This Part primarily covers the seismic design of bridges in which the horizontal seismic actions are mainly resisted through bending of the piers or at the abutments; i.e. of bridges composed of vertical or nearly vertical pier systems supporting the traffic deck superstructure. It is also applicable to the seismic design of cable-stayed and arched bridges, although its provisions should not be considered as fully covering these cases.
(4)   Suspension bridges, timber and masonry bridges, moveable bridges and floating bridges are not included in the scope of this Part.
(5)   This Part contains only those provisions that, in addition to other relevant Eurocodes or relevant Parts of EN 1998, should be observed for the design of bridges in seismic regions. In cases of low seismicity, simplified design criteria may be established (see 2.3.7(1)).
(6)   The following topics are dealt with in the text of this Part:
Basic requirements and Compliance Criteria,
Seismic Action,
Analysis,
Strength Verification,
Detailing.
This Part also includes a special section on seismic isolation with provisions covering the application of this method of seismic protection to bridges.
(7)   Annex G contains rules for the calculation of capacity design effects.
(8)   Annex J contains rules regarding the variation of design properties of seismic isolator units and how such variation may be taken into account in design.

  • Amendment
    11 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

EUROCODE - NO CONSOLIDATION AT PUBLICATION
2013: Originator of XML version: first setup pilot of CCMC in 2012

  • Amendment
    11 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

ISO 10137:2007 gives recommendations on the evaluation of serviceability against vibrations of buildings, and walkways within buildings or connecting them or outside of buildings. It covers three recipients of vibrations: human occupancy in buildings and on walkways; the contents of the building; the structure of the building. It does not include bridges that carry vehicular traffic, even in conjunction with pedestrian traffic, nor the design of foundations or supporting structures of machinery.

  • Standard
    44 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

Providing principles and application rules for the seismic design of the structural aspects of integrated facilities composed of pipeline systems and of storage tanks of different types and destinations, as well as for independent items, such as for example single water towers serving a specific purpose or groups of silos enclosing granular materials, etc. This standard may also be used as a basis for evaluating the amount of strengthening needed by existing facilities to bring them up to present standards.

  • Standard
    81 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

Complementary to material related Eurocode parts dealing with silos, tanks and pipelines. Design rules for the earthquakes resistant design of groups of silos, storage tanks including single water towers and pipeline systems.

  • Standard
    81 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

(1)   The scope of Eurocode 8 is defined in EN 1998-1:2004, 1.1.1 and the scope of this Standard is defined in 1.1.1. Additional parts of Eurocode 8 are indicated in EN 1998-1:2004, 1.1.3.
(2)   Within the framework of the scope set forth in EN 1998-1:2004, this part of the Standard contains the particular Performance Requirements, Compliance Criteria and Application Rules applicable to the design of earthquake resistant bridges.
(3)   This Part primarily covers the seismic design of bridges in which the horizontal seismic actions are mainly resisted through bending of the piers or at the abutments; i.e. of bridges composed of vertical or nearly vertical pier systems supporting the traffic deck superstructure. It is also applicable to the seismic design of cable-stayed and arched bridges, although its provisions should not be considered as fully covering these cases.
(4)   Suspension bridges, timber and masonry bridges, moveable bridges and floating bridges are not included in the scope of this Part.
(5)   This Part contains only those provisions that, in addition to other relevant Eurocodes or relevant Parts of EN 1998, should be observed for the design of bridges in seismic regions. In cases of low seismicity, simplified design criteria may be established (see 2.3.7(1)).
(6)   The following topics are dealt with in the text of this Part:
Basic requirements and Compliance Criteria,
Seismic Action,
Analysis,
Strength Verification,
Detailing.
This Part also includes a special section on seismic isolation with provisions covering the application of this method of seismic protection to bridges.
(7)   Annex G contains rules for the calculation of capacity design effects.
(8)   Annex J contains rules regarding the variation of design properties of seismic isolator units and how such variation may be taken into account in design.

  • Standard
    146 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

Complementary to EN 1992-2, EN 1993-2 and EN 1994-2. Design rules for earthquake resistant design of steel, concrete and composite bridges.

  • Standard
    146 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

(1)   The scope of Eurocode 8 is defined in EN 1998-1: 2004, 1.1.1 and the scope of this Standard is defined in (2), (4) and (5). Additional parts of Eurocode 8 are indicated in EN 1998-1: 2004, 1.1.3.
(2)   The scope of EN 1998-3 is as follows:
-   To provide criteria for the evaluation of the seismic performance of existing individual building structures.
-   To describe the approach in selecting necessary corrective measures
-   To set forth criteria for the design of retrofitting measures (i.e. conception, structural analysis including intervention measures, final dimensioning of structural parts and their connections to existing structural elements).
NOTE For the purposes of this standard, retrofitting covers both the strengthening of undamaged structures and the repair of earthquake damaged structures.
(3)   When designing a structural intervention to provide adequate resistance against seismic actions, structural verifications should also be made with respect to non-seismic load combinations.
(4)   Reflecting the basic requirements of EN 1998-1: 2004, this Standard covers the seismic assessment and retrofitting of buildings made of the more commonly used structural materials: concrete, steel, and masonry.
NOTE Informative Annexes A, B and C contain additional information related to the assessment of reinforced concrete, steel and composite, and masonry buildings, respectively, and to their upgrading when necessary.
(5)   Although the provisions of this Standard are applicable to all categories of buildings, the seismic assessment and retrofitting of monuments and historical buildings often requires different types of provisions and approaches, depending on the nature of the monuments.

  • Standard
    89 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day
  • Standard – translation
    70 pages
    Slovenian language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

Complementary to material related Eurocode parts dealing with towers, masts and chimneys. Design rules for the earthquake resistant design of tall, slender structures: towers, including bell-towers and intake towers, masts, industrial chimneys and lighthouses constructed in reinforced concrete or steel.

  • Standard
    47 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

(1)   The scope of Eurocode 8 is defined in EN 1998-1: 2004, 1.1.1 and the scope of this Standard is defined in (2), (4) and (5). Additional parts of Eurocode 8 are indicated in EN 1998-1: 2004, 1.1.3.
(2)   The scope of EN 1998-3 is as follows:
-   To provide criteria for the evaluation of the seismic performance of existing individual building structures.
-   To describe the approach in selecting necessary corrective measures
-   To set forth criteria for the design of retrofitting measures (i.e. conception, structural analysis including intervention measures, final dimensioning of structural parts and their connections to existing structural elements).
NOTE For the purposes of this standard, retrofitting covers both the strengthening of undamaged structures and the repair of earthquake damaged structures.
(3)   When designing a structural intervention to provide adequate resistance against seismic actions, structural verifications should also be made with respect to non-seismic load combinations.
(4)   Reflecting the basic requirements of EN 1998-1: 2004, this Standard covers the seismic assessment and retrofitting of buildings made of the more commonly used structural materials: concrete, steel, and masonry.
NOTE Informative Annexes A, B and C contain additional information related to the assessment of reinforced concrete, steel and composite, and masonry buildings, respectively, and to their upgrading when necessary.
(5)   Although the provisions of this Standard are applicable to all categories of buildings, the seismic assessment and retrofitting of monuments and historical buildings often requires different types of provisions and approaches, depending on the nature of the monuments.

  • Standard
    89 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day
  • Standard – translation
    70 pages
    Slovenian language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

Complementary to material related Eurocode parts dealing with towers, masts and chimneys. Design rules for the earthquake resistant design of tall, slender structures: towers, including bell-towers and intake towers, masts, industrial chimneys and lighthouses constructed in reinforced concrete or steel.

  • Standard
    47 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

1.1.2  Obseg EN 1998-1
(1)EN 1998-1 se uporablja za projektiranje stavb in inženirskih objektov na potresnih območjih. Razdeljen je na 10 poglavij, od katerih so nekatera posebej namenjena projektiranju stavb.
(2)Poglavje 2 EN 1998-1 obsega osnovne zahteve in merila, ki se uporabljajo za stavbe in inženirske objekte v potresnih območjih.
(3)Poglavje 3 EN 1998-1 vsebuje pravila za predstavitev potresnih vplivov in za njihovo kombinacijo z drugimi vplivi. Določene vrste konstrukcij, obravnavane v EN 1998-2 do EN 1998-6, potrebujejo dodatna pravila, ki so navedena v teh delih.
(4)Poglavje 4 EN 1998-1 vsebuje splošna pravila za stavbe.
(5)Poglavja 5 do 9 EN 1998-1 vsebujejo posebna pravila za različne konstrukcijske materiale in elemente, ustrezne za stavbe, kot sledi:
poglavje 5: posebna pravila za betonske stavbe,
poglavje 6: posebna pravila za jeklene stavbe,
poglavje 7: posebna pravila za sovprežne stavbe,
poglavje 8: posebna pravila za lesene stavbe,
poglavje 9: posebna pravila za zidane stavbe.
(6)Poglavje 10 vsebuje osnovne zahteve in druge ustrezne vidike pri projektiranju in zagotavljanju varnosti potresne izolacije, posebej potresne izolacije stavb.
OPOMBA:Posebna pravila za izolacijo mostov so navedena v EN 1998-2.
(7)Dodatek C vsebuje dodatne elemente, povezane s projektiranjem armature v betonskih ploščah sovprežnih nosilcev pomičnih okvirov v območju vozlišč nosilec-steber.
OPOMBA:   Dodatka A in B vsebujeta dodatne elemente, povezane z elastičnim spektrom pomika in ciljnim pomikom za nelinearno statično (“pushover”) analizo.

  • Standard
    229 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day
  • Standard – translation
    191 pages
    Slovenian language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

Additional rules for the design of various foundation systems, earth retaining structures and soil-structure interaction under seismic actions in conjunction with the structural design of buildings, bridges, towers, masts, chimneys, silos, tanks and pipelines.

  • Standard
    44 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

Complementary to Eurocodes 1 to 7 and 9. Additional provisions for the structural design of buildings and civil engineering works to be constructed in seismic regions where risk to life and/or risk of structural damage are required to be reduced. General requirements and rules for assessment of seismic actions and combinations with other actions. General rules for earthquake resistant design of buildings and specific rules for buildings and elements constructed with each of the various structural materials.

  • Standard
    229 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day
  • Standard – translation
    191 pages
    Slovenian language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

Additional rules for the design of various foundation systems, earth retaining structures and soil-structure interaction under seismic actions in conjunction with the structural design of buildings, bridges, towers, masts, chimneys, silos, tanks and pipelines.

  • Standard
    44 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

ISO 16587:2004 describes the performance parameters for assessing the condition of structures, including types of measurement, factors for setting acceptable performance limits, data acquisition parameters for constructing uniform databases, and internationally accepted measurement guidance (e.g. terminology, transducer calibration, transducer mounting and approved transfer function techniques). The procedures relate to in-service monitoring of structures, and include all components and sub-assemblies necessary to provide the functioning of the structure as a complete entity. The monitoring is intended to be ongoing in nature through the lifecycle of the structure. The target industries for ISO 16587:2004 include: construction, infrastructure, transportation, power generation, oil and gas, and leisure and entertainment. ISO 16587:2004 is applicable to stationary structures, such as: buildings, bridges and tunnels, towers, masts and antennae, tanks and silos, retaining walls and dams, jetties and other shore-side structures, offshore platforms, pressure vessels, and pipelines. Non-stationary structures (e.g. self-propelled ships) and mobile structures (e.g. offshore jack-up platforms) are excluded from ISO 16587:2004.

  • Standard
    10 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

This part of ISO/TS 10811 defines methods of measurement, algorithms for analysis and the report of shock and vibration data for equipment in buildings which is sensitive to shock and vibration. The methods are applicable to the quantification of a future installation or the verification of an existing one. Accurate vibration data acquisition, analysis and uniform reporting methods are needed to evaluate vibration relative to manufacturers' and generic vibration criteria. Expected levels of vibration can be found in IEC 60721. Procedures for testing of equipment can be found in IEC 60068. NOTE A classification system of environmental vibration conditions established from measurements according to this part of ISO/TS 10811 should serve as guidelines for designers, manufacturers and users of shock-and-vibration-sensitive equipment and for building constructors (see ISO/TS 10811-2). The types of shock and vibration considered are those transmitted from floors, tables, walls, ceilings or isolation systems into an equipment unit. The vibration and shock response of individual mechanical or electronic parts inside the unit are not considered explicitly. The types of sensitive equipment envisaged include, but are not limited to, the following: a) stationary computer systems, including the peripherals; b) stationary telecommunication equipment; c) stationary laboratory equipment such as electron microscopes, equipment using scanning probe methods, biotechnical instrumentation, mass spectrometers, etc.; d) mechanical high-precision instruments (tools) such as equipment for microelectronics production; e) optical high-precision instruments, systems for photoreproduction; f) electromechanical systems in traffic control centres for trains; g) security equipment (fire intrusion) and equipment for access control. The types of shock and vibration considered herein can be generated by the following: _ external sources, for example traffic (by road, rail or air), or building and construction activities such as blasting, piling and vibratory compaction; the vibration response to sonic booms and acoustical excitations is also included as well as weather-induced vibration; _ equipment for indoor use, such as punch presses, forging hammers, rotary equipment (air compressors, air conditioner systems, etc.) and heavy equipment transported or operated inside a building; _ human activities in connection with the service or operation of the equipment, for example, people walking, especially on raised floors. The measurement and evaluation of shock and vibration effects on sensitive equipment in buildings covered in this part of ISO/TS 10811 does not directly consider the human operators' capability to observe, operate or maintain the equipment. For vibration effects on human beings, see ISO 2631. The frequency range of interest is normally 2 Hz to 200 Hz. Normally the dominant frequencies are less than 100 Hz because they represent the response of the elements in the building. For special purposes, another frequency range may be used and the numbers referring to frequency range should be changed accordingly. The vibration amplitude and duration depend mainly upon the source, its distance from sensitive equipment, and the response of the elements of the building containing the sensitive equipment. Expressed in terms of vibration velocity, the values to consider are in the range 0,001 mm/s to 10 mm/s. This part of ISO/TS 10811 deals only with vibration from a maximum amplitude point of view. The concept of vibration dose (e.g. estimation of fatigue life) is not treated.

  • Technical specification
    14 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off
  • Technical specification
    14 pages
    French language
    sale 15% off