This design code for concrete structures is the result of a complete revision to the former Model Code 1978, which was produced jointly by CEB and FIP. The 1978 Model Code has had a considerable impact on the national design codes in many countries. In particular, it has been used extensively for the harmonisation of national design codes and as basic reference for Eurocode 2. The 1990 Model Code provides comprehensive guidance to the scientific and technical developments that have occurred over the past decade in the safety, analysis and design of concrete structures. It has already influenced the codification work that is being carried out both nationally and internationally and will continue so to do.e. dim the descending branch of the ac a e, diagram may be described using eqs (2.1-20) and (2.1-21): 1.2 (2.1-21) Values for Eci, Ecl and ec|im ... -60 -0.002 - 0.006 -0.010 Fig. ... design of reinforced concrete beamsa#39;, Fracture Mechanics: Application to Concrete, American Concrete Institute, ACI-SP-118, Detroit, Michigan, anbsp;...
|Title||:||CEB-FIP Model Code 1990|
|Author||:||fib Fédération internationale du béton|
|Publisher||:||fib Fédération internationale du béton - 1993-01-01|