The EN Eurocodes
The EN Eurocodes are a series of 10 European Standards, EN 1990 - EN 1999, providing a common approach for the design of buildings and other civil engineering works and construction products. They are the recommended means of giving a presumption of conformity with the basic requirements of the Construction Products Regulation for construction works and products that bear the CE Marking, as well as the preferred reference for technical specifications in public contracts. [more ]
Singapore implements the Eurocodes on 1 April 2013As part of the Building and Construction Authority’s (BCA) efforts to be aligned with international standards and upgrade the industry’s expertise, BCA introduced the Eurocodes as Singapore's building codes on 1 April 2013.
JRC Report: Eurocode 7: Geotechnical Design - Worked examples|
This document is a report with worked examples summarizing the general rules, basic design principles and design methods for geotechnical design following Eurocodes. It comprises an overview of Eurocode 7 with focus on the design requirements, actions and design situations, and limit states. Different aspects to be considered for designing shallow foundations, gravity walls, embedded walls and deep foundations are covered in the report. The provisions of Eurocode 7 for ground investigations and testing for geotechnical design, overall stability of and movements in the ground, slopes, hydraulic failure modes and verifications against them are also presented. The Annex contains worked examples to accompany the various chapters of this report.
JRC Report: Eurocode 8: Seismic Design of Buildings - Worked examples|
This JRC Report document presents in detail the seismic design of a reinforced concrete and steel building following the Eurocodes. It summarizes important points of the Eurocode 8 for the seismic design of concrete and steel buildings including foundations, utilizing a common generic building as a basis. The building worked example was presented at the workshop "Eurocode 8: Seismic Design of Buildings", held on 10-11 February 2011 in Lisbon, Portugal. The workshop was organized by JRC with the support of DG ENTR and in collaboration with CEN/TC250/Sub-Committee 8 and the National Laboratory for Civil Engineering (LNEC, Lisbon).Download the whole report (8.1MB)
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JRC Report: Bridge Design to Eurocodes - Worked examples|
This JRC reports presents in detail the design of a bridge structure following the Eurocodes. It summarizes important points of the Eurocodes for the design of concrete, steel and composite road bridges, including foundations and seismic design, utilizing a common bridge structure as a basis. The bridge design worked example was presented at the workshop "Bridge Design to the Eurocodes", held on 4-6 October 2010 in Vienna, Austria. The workshop was organized by JRC with the support of DG ENTR and in collaboration with CEN/TC250/Horizontal Group Bridges, the Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology and the Austrian Standards Institute.Download the whole report (25.9MB)
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Prof. Francesco Biasioli form the Politecnico di Torino compiled a list of commercial and freely available Eurocode software.
|Message from CEN/TC250 chairman|
J-A Calgaro, former chairman of CEN/TC250, outlines the medium-term strategy to uphold the Eurocodes as the most advanced codes for the design of civil engineering works.
|Te Wero Bridge, New Zealand|
The project for a two-leaf aluminium bridge designed with Eurocode 9 won the international competition for the Te Wero Bridge that will be constructed in Auckland, New Zealand.
|JRC support to implementation and use|
Download the JRC reports on the activities in support to the implementation, harmonisation and further development of the Eurocodes.