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    مكتبة الكودات الهندسية

    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته..

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    طبعاً لا أخفيكم الأمر بأن ما دفعني لهذا الموضوع هو حاجتي للحصول على العديد من الكودات وذلك لمقارنة موضوع معين في الكودات المختلفة ودراسة كفاية اشتراطات بعض الكودات بالنسبة لهذا الموضوع..

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    Seismic Evaluation and Retrofit of Concrete Buildings


    جميع كودات ال aci حتى عام 2005

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    ATC-40

    Seismic Evaluation and Retrofit
    of Concrete Buildings



    يعتبر هذا الكود من أحد أهم كودات التحليل اللاخطي، أنصح بتحميله لمن يهمه أمر التحليل اللاخطي فهو يشرح الموضوع بالتفصيل، وإليكم مقدمة مختصرة عنه من نفس الكتاب


    Preface

    This document is organized into two volumes. Volume One contains the main body of the evaluation and retrofit methodology, presented in 13 chapters, with a glossary and a list of references, J1d~ volume contains all ofthe parts of the document required for the' evaluation and retrofit of btrildings. Volume Two consists of Appendices containing supporting materials related to the methodology: four example building case study reports, a cost effectiveness study related to the four building studies, and a review of research on the effects of foundation conditions on the seismic performance of concrete buildings.

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    FEMA_273


    كود ثاني مهم من كودات التحليل اللاخطي

    Preface:

    In August 1991, the National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) entered into a cooperative agreement with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for a comprehensive seven-year program leading to the development of a set of nationally applicable guidelines for the seismic rehabilitation of existing buildings. Under this agreement, the Building Seismic Safety Council (BSSC) served as program manager with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and the Applied Technology Council (ATC) working as subcontractors. Initially, FEMA provided funding for a program definition activity designed to generate the detailed work plan for the overall program. The work plan was completed in April 1992 and in September FEMA contracted with NIBS for the remainder of the effort.

    It should be noted by those using this document that recommendations resulting from the concept work of the BSSC Project Committee have resulted in initiation of a case studies project that will involve the
    development of seismic rehabilitation designs for at least 40 federal buildings selected from an inventory of buildings determined to be seismically deficient under the implementation program of Executive Order 12941 and determined to be considered “typical of existing structures located throughout the nation.” The case studies project is structured to:



    Test the usability of the NEHRP Guidelines for the Seismic Rehabilitation of Buildings in authentic applications in order to determine the extent to which practicing design engineers and architects find the Guidelines documents themselves and the structural analysis procedures and acceptance criteria included to be presented in understandable language and in a clear, logical fashion that permits valid engineering determinations to be made, and to evaluate the ease of transition from current engineering practices to the new concepts presented in the Guidelines.



    Assess the technical adequacy of the Guidelines design and analysis procedures. Determine if application of the procedures results (in the judgment of the designer) in rational designs of building components for corrective rehabilitation measures. Assess whether these designs adequately meet the selected performance levels when compared to existing procedures and in light of the knowledge and experience of the designer. Evaluate whether the Guidelines methods provide a better fundamental understanding of expected seismic performance than do existing procedures.



    Assess whether the Guidelines acceptance criteria are properly calibrated to result in component designs that provide permissible values of such key factors as drift, component strength demand, and inelastic deformation at selected performance levels.



    Develop empirical data on the costs of rehabilitation design and construction to meet the Guidelines “basic safety objective” as well as the higher performance levels included. Assess whether the anticipated higher costs of advanced engineering analysis result in worthwhile savings compared to the cost of constructing more conservative design solutions necessary with a less systematic engineering effort.



    Compare the acceptance criteria of the Guidelines with the prevailing seismic design requirements for new buildings in the building location to determine whether requirements for achieving the Guidelines “basic safety objective” are equivalent to or more or less stringent than those expected of new buildings.


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    Structural Steelwork Eurocodes

    Structural Steelwork Eurocodes
    Development of a Trans-National Approach

    Course: Eurocode 4




    Lecture 1: Introduction to composite construction of buildings
    Lecture 2 : Introduction to EC4
    Lecture 3: Structural modelling and design
    Lecture 4: Composite Slabs with Profiled Steel Sheeting
    Lecture 5: Shear Connectors and Structural Analysis
    Lecture 6: Simply supported beams
    Lecture 7 : Continuous Beams
    Lecture 8: Composite Columns
    Lecture 9 : Composite joints
    Lecture 10 : Advanced composite floor systems
    Lecture 11a: Introduction to Structural Fire Engineering
    Lecture 11b: Fire Engineering Design of Composite Structures



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    Aci 318-08

    ACI 318-08



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    1997 Uniform Building Code

    1997 UNIFORM BUILDING CODE - UBC97
    Volume 2




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    UBC-IBC
    Structural
    (1997-2000)


    Preface

    In 1994, the common code format was introduced to the Uniform Building Code (UBC), preparing for the consolidation of the three model building codes (BOCA’s National Building Code, ICBO’s Uniform Building Code and SBCCI’s Standard Building Code) into a single model building code. After years of drafting and over four public hearings, this consolidation has been realized in the publication of the 2000 International Building Code (IBC).

    Each existing model building code was considered as primary source documents for the IBC. As in any code development cycle, the current code forms the basis for the new edition. This is no different with the evolution from the 1997 UBC to the 2000 IBC. The purpose of this document is to provide an analysis comparing the 1997 UBC with the
    2000 IBC.


    The intent of this publication is to provide useful information to assist the code user in the transition from the structural provisions of the 1997 UBC to the 2000 IBC. The first part of this book provides a comparative analysis between the two codes. The second part is a cross reference directory.

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