The Eurocodes is a common set of technical rules for the design of building and civil engineering works produced for European Union (EU) member states. Every member states will adopt and translate the base Eurocodes unchanged into their national language and published as, e.g., for UK it would be BS EN 199X-Y-Y. Local differences within each member states will be taken care of through their respective National Annexe (NA), i.e. UK NA to BS EN 199X.
You can look at the following websites for more information about Eurocodes:
The Structural Eurocodes consist of 10 standards in 58 parts. They are:
|Eurocode||Title||No of parts|
|EN 1990||Eurocode 0: Basis of structural design||the head code|
|EN 1991||Eurocode 1: Actions on structures||
|EN 1992||Eurocode 2: Actions on structures||
|EN 1993||Eurocode 3: Design of steel structures||
|EN 1994||Eurocode 4: Design of composite structures||
|EN 1995||Eurocode 5: Design of timber structures||
|EN 1996||Eurocode 6: Design of masonry structures||
|EN 1997||Eurocode 7: Geotechnical design||
|EN 1998||Eurocode 8: Design for earthquake resistance||
|EN 1999||Eurocode 9: Design of aluminium structures||
An example of the three parts for Eurocode 4:
|EN 1994-1-1||General rules and rules for building|
|EN 1994-1-2||Structural fire design|
|EN 1994-2||Composite bridges|
At the search box, for e.g., to access Eurocode 7, you can either do a phrase search with keyword, “eurocode 7” or with the standard number, “en 1997″
Please note Eurocode 7 has 2 parts, i.e., Part 1 and Part 2 and the NAs are related to UK.
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Eurocodes adopted and implemented by Spring Singapore (our national standards body) are also available in print format in our library collection. They are published with the prefix “SS”, e.g. Eurocode 4 is published as “SS EN 1994”. Both adopted Eurocodes and related Singapore NAs can be found in our collections by searching at our Library Catalogue by keying in "singapore eurocodes".