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bd40bc7c7a Special structures, such as nuclear power plants, offshore structures and large dams, are beyond the scope of EN 1998. (For more information: 12 Tables of Code)Name of Legally Binding Document: EN 1998-1: Eurocode 8: Design of structures for earthquake resistance Part 1: General rules, seismic actions and rules for buildingsName of Standards Organization: European Committee for StandardisationLEGALLY BINDING DOCUMENTRegulation 305/2011, Directive 98/34/EC, Directive 2004/18/EC Language English Collection publicsafetycode; USGovernmentDocuments; additionalcollections plus-circle Add Review comment Reviews There are no reviews yet. Design of structures for earthquake resistance. Part 2: Bridges. Sections 5 to 9 of EN 1998-1 contain specific rules for various structural materials and elements, relevant specifically to buildings as follows: Section 5: Specific rules for concrete buildings; Section 6: Specific rules for steel buildings; Section 7: Specific rules for composite steel-concrete buildings; Section 8: Specific rules for timber buildings; Section 9: Specific rules for masonry buildings. .. It covers the design of different foundation systems, the design of earth retaining structures and soil-structure interaction under seismic actions. Certain types of structures, dealt with in EN 1998-2 to EN 1998-6, need complementing rules which are given in those Parts. Section 10 contains the fundamental requirements and other relevant aspects of design and safety related to base isolation of structures and specifically to base isolation of buildings. Section 4 of EN 1998-1 contains general design rules relevant specifically to buildings.
Part 1: General rules, seismic actions and rules for buildings. It is subdivided in 10 Sections, some of which are specifically devoted to the design of buildings. The random nature of the seismic events and the limited resources available to counter their effects are such as to make the attainment of these goals only partially possible and only measurable in probabilistic terms. The scope of EN 1998-3 is defined as follows:. Part 3: Assessment and retrofitting of buildings. EN 1998-5 establishes the requirements, criteria, and rules for the siting and foundation soil of structures for earthquake resistance. To describe the approach in selecting necessary corrective measures To set forth criteria for the design of retrofitting measures (i.e.