National Annexes for Eurocode 2 in SHAPE-MASSIVE
The number of National Annexes for Eurocode 2 with regard to the design of reinforced concrete cross-sections has been extended since SHAPE-MASSIVE 6.54. Therefore, the following NAs of EN 1992‑1‑1:2004 + AC:2010 are available.
- DIN EN 1992-1-1/NA:2015-12 (Germany)
- NEN-EN 1992-1-1+C2:2011/NB:2016 (Netherlands)
- CSN EN 1992-1-1/NA:2016-05 (Czech Republic)
- ÖNORM B 1992-1-1:2011-12 (Austria)
- UNE EN 1992-1-1/NA:2013 (Spain)
- EN 1992-1-1 DK NA:2013 (Denmark)
- SIST EN 1992-1-1:2005/A101:2006 (Slovenia)
- NF EN 1992-1-1/NA:2016-03 (France)
- STN EN 1992-1-1/NA:2008-06 (Slovakia)
- SFS EN 1992-1-1/NA:2007-10 (Finland)
- NA to BS EN 1992-1-1:2004 (United Kingdom)
- SS EN 1992-1-1/NA:2008-06 (Singapore)
- NP EN 1992-1-1/NA:2010-02 (Portugal)
- UNI EN 1992-1-1/NA:2007-07 (Italy)
- SS EN 1992-1-1/NA:2008 (Sweden)
- PN EN 1992-1-1/NA:2010 (Poland)
- NBN EN 1992-1-1 ANB:2010 for proof at normal temperature (Belgium)
- NA to CYS EN 1992-1-1:2004/NA:2009 (Cyprus)
- BDS EN 1992-1-1:2005/NA:2011 (Bulgaria)
- LST EN 1992-1-1:2005/NA:2011 (Lithuania)
- SR EN 1992-1-1:2004/NA:2008 (Romania)
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This article compares the design to the one in the referenced article: Design of Concrete Columns Subjected to Axial Compression with RF-CONCRETE Members. It is, therefore, about taking exactly the same theoretical application carried out in RF-CONCRETE Members and reproducing it in RF-CONCRETE Columns. Thus, the objective is to compare the different input parameters and the results obtained by the two add-on modules for the design of column-like concrete members.
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