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EN 1998 1 2004 E,Contents Page,FOREWORD 8,1 GENERAL 15. 1 1 SCOPE 15,1 1 1 Scope of EN 1998 15,1 1 2 Scope of EN 1998 1 15. 1 1 3 Further Parts of EN 1998 16,1 2 NORMATIVE REFERENCES 16. 1 2 1 General reference standards 16,1 2 2 Reference Codes and Standards 17. 1 3 ASSUMPTIONS 17, 1 4 DISTINCTION BETWEEN PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATION RULES 17.
1 5 TERMS AND DEFINITIONS 17,1 5 1 Terms common to all Eurocodes 17. 1 5 2 Further terms used in EN 1998 17,1 6 SYMBOLS 19. 1 6 1 General 19, 1 6 2 Further symbols used in Sections 2 and 3 of EN 1998 1 19. 1 6 3 Further symbols used in Section 4 of EN 1998 1 20. 1 6 4 Further symbols used in Section 5 of EN 1998 1 21. 1 6 5 Further symbols used in Section 6 of EN 1998 1 24. 1 6 6 Further symbols used in Section 7 of EN 1998 1 25. 1 6 7 Further symbols used in Section 8 of EN 1998 1 27. 1 6 8 Further symbols used in Section 9 of EN 1998 1 27. 1 6 9 Further symbols used in Section 10 of EN 1998 1 28. 1 7 S I UNITS 28, 2 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS AND COMPLIANCE CRITERIA 29. 2 1 FUNDAMENTAL REQUIREMENTS 29,2 2 COMPLIANCE CRITERIA 30.
2 2 1 General 30,2 2 2 Ultimate limit state 30,2 2 3 Damage limitation state 31. 2 2 4 Specific measures 32,2 2 4 1 Design 32,2 2 4 2 Foundations 32. 2 2 4 3 Quality system plan 32,3 GROUND CONDITIONS AND SEISMIC ACTION 33. 3 1 GROUND CONDITIONS 33,3 1 2 Identification of ground types 33. 3 2 SEISMIC ACTION 35,3 2 1 Seismic zones 35, 3 2 2 Basic representation of the seismic action 36.
3 2 2 1 General 36,3 2 2 2 Horizontal elastic response spectrum 37. 3 2 2 3 Vertical elastic response spectrum 40,3 2 2 4 Design ground displacement 41. 3 2 2 5 Design spectrum for elastic analysis 41, 3 2 3 Alternative representations of the seismic action 42. 3 2 3 1 Time history representation 42,3 2 3 2 Spatial model of the seismic action 43. 3 2 4 Combinations of the seismic action with other actions 44. 4 DESIGN OF BUILDINGS 45,4 1 GENERAL 45,EN 1998 1 2004 E.
4 1 1 Scope 45, 4 2 CHARACTERISTICS OF EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT BUILDINGS 45. 4 2 1 Basic principles of conceptual design 45,4 2 1 1 Structural simplicity 45. 4 2 1 2 Uniformity symmetry and redundancy 45, 4 2 1 3 Bi directional resistance and stiffness 46. 4 2 1 4 Torsional resistance and stiffness 46, 4 2 1 5 Diaphragmatic behaviour at storey level 46. 4 2 1 6 Adequate foundation 47,4 2 2 Primary and secondary seismic members 47.
4 2 3 Criteria for structural regularity 48,4 2 3 1 General 48. 4 2 3 2 Criteria for regularity in plan 49,4 2 3 3 Criteria for regularity in elevation 50. 4 2 4 Combination coefficients for variable actions 52. 4 2 5 Importance classes and importance factors 52. 4 3 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 53,4 3 1 Modelling 53,4 3 2 Accidental torsional effects 54. 4 3 3 Methods of analysis 54,4 3 3 1 General 54,4 3 3 2 Lateral force method of analysis 56. 4 3 3 3 Modal response spectrum analysis 59,4 3 3 4 Non linear methods 61.
4 3 3 5 Combination of the effects of the components of the seismic action 64. 4 3 4 Displacement calculation 66,4 3 5 Non structural elements 66. 4 3 5 1 General 66,4 3 5 2 Verification 67,4 3 5 3 Importance factors 68. 4 3 5 4 Behaviour factors 68, 4 3 6 Additional measures for masonry infilled frames 68. 4 3 6 1 General 68,4 3 6 2 Requirements and criteria 69. 4 3 6 3 Irregularities due to masonry infills 69,4 3 6 4 Damage limitation of infills 70.
4 4 SAFETY VERIFICATIONS 71,4 4 1 General 71,4 4 2 Ultimate limit state 71. 4 4 2 1 General 71,4 4 2 2 Resistance condition 71. 4 4 2 3 Global and local ductility condition 72,4 4 2 4 Equilibrium condition 74. 4 4 2 5 Resistance of horizontal diaphragms 74,4 4 2 6 Resistance of foundations 74. 4 4 2 7 Seismic joint condition 75,4 4 3 Damage limitation 76.
4 4 3 1 General 76,4 4 3 2 Limitation of interstorey drift 76. 5 SPECIFIC RULES FOR CONCRETE BUILDINGS 78,5 1 GENERAL 78. 5 1 1 Scope 78,5 1 2 Terms and definitions 78,5 2 DESIGN CONCEPTS 80. 5 2 1 Energy dissipation capacity and ductility classes 80. 5 2 2 Structural types and behaviour factors 81,5 2 2 1 Structural types 81. 5 2 2 2 Behaviour factors for horizontal seismic actions 82. 5 2 3 Design criteria 84,5 2 3 1 General 84,5 2 3 2 Local resistance condition 84.
5 2 3 3 Capacity design rule 84,5 2 3 4 Local ductility condition 84. EN 1998 1 2004 E,5 2 3 5 Structural redundancy 86, 5 2 3 6 Secondary seismic members and resistances 86. 5 2 3 7 Specific additional measures 86,5 2 4 Safety verifications 87. 5 3 DESIGN TO EN 1992 1 1 87,5 3 1 General 87,5 3 2 Materials 88. 5 3 3 Behaviour factor 88,5 4 DESIGN FOR DCM 88,5 4 1 Geometrical constraints and materials 88.
5 4 1 1 Material requirements 88,5 4 1 2 Geometrical constraints 88. 5 4 2 Design action effects 89,5 4 2 1 General 89,5 4 2 2 Beams 89. 5 4 2 3 Columns 91,5 4 2 4 Special provisions for ductile walls 92. 5 4 2 5 Special provisions for large lightly reinforced walls 94. 5 4 3 ULS verifications and detailing 95,5 4 3 1 Beams 95. 5 4 3 2 Columns 97,5 4 3 3 Beam column joints 100,5 4 3 4 Ductile Walls 100.
5 4 3 5 Large lightly reinforced walls 104,5 5 DESIGN FOR DCH 106. 5 5 1 Geometrical constraints and materials 106,5 5 1 1 Material requirements 106. 5 5 1 2 Geometrical constraints 106,5 5 2 Design action effects 107. 5 5 2 1 Beams 107,5 5 2 2 Columns 107,5 5 2 3 Beam column joints 107. 5 5 2 4 Ductile Walls 108,5 5 3 ULS verifications and detailing 109.
5 5 3 1 Beams 109,5 5 3 2 Columns 111,5 5 3 3 Beam column joints 112. 5 5 3 4 Ductile Walls 114,5 5 3 5 Coupling elements of coupled walls 119. 5 6 PROVISIONS FOR ANCHORAGES AND SPLICES 120,5 6 1 General 120. 5 6 2 Anchorage of reinforcement 120,5 6 2 1 Columns 120. 5 6 2 2 Beams 120,5 6 3 Splicing of bars 122, 5 7 DESIGN AND DETAILING OF SECONDARY SEISMIC ELEMENTS 123.
5 8 CONCRETE FOUNDATION ELEMENTS 123,5 8 1 Scope 123. 5 8 2 Tie beams and foundation beams 124, 5 8 3 Connections of vertical elements with foundation beams or walls 125. 5 8 4 Cast in place concrete piles and pile caps 125. 5 9 LOCAL EFFECTS DUE TO MASONRY OR CONCRETE INFILLS 126. 5 10 PROVISIONS FOR CONCRETE DIAPHRAGMS 127,5 11 PRECAST CONCRETE STRUCTURES 127. 5 11 1 General 127,5 11 1 1 Scope and structural types 127. 5 11 1 2 Evaluation of precast structures 128,5 11 1 3 Design criteria 129.
5 11 1 4 Behaviour factors 130,5 11 1 5 Analysis of transient situation 130. 5 11 2 Connections of precast elements 131,5 11 2 1 General provisions 131. 5 11 2 2 Evaluation of the resistance of connections 132. 5 11 3 Elements 132,EN 1998 1 2004 E,5 11 3 1 Beams 132. 5 11 3 2 Columns 132,5 11 3 3 Beam column joints 133. 5 11 3 4 Precast large panel walls 133,5 11 3 5 Diaphragms 135.
6 SPECIFIC RULES FOR STEEL BUILDINGS 137,6 1 GENERAL 137. 6 1 1 Scope 137,6 1 2 Design concepts 137,6 1 3 Safety verifications 138. 6 2 MATERIALS 138,6 3 STRUCTURAL TYPES AND BEHAVIOUR FACTORS 140. 6 3 1 Structural types 140,6 3 2 Behaviour factors 143. 6 4 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 144, 6 5 DESIGN CRITERIA AND DETAILING RULES FOR DISSIPATIVE STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOUR COMMON.
TO ALL STRUCTURAL TYPES 144,6 5 1 General 144, 6 5 2 Design criteria for dissipative structures 144. 6 5 3 Design rules for dissipative elements in compression or bending 145. 6 5 4 Design rules for parts or elements in tension 145. 6 5 5 Design rules for connections in dissipative zones 145. 6 6 DESIGN AND DETAILING RULES FOR MOMENT RESISTING FRAMES 146. 6 6 1 Design criteria 146,6 6 2 Beams 146,6 6 3 Columns 147. 6 6 4 Beam to column connections 149, 6 7 DESIGN AND DETAILING RULES FOR FRAMES WITH CONCENTRIC BRACINGS 150. 6 7 1 Design criteria 150,6 7 2 Analysis 151,6 7 3 Diagonal members 152. 6 7 4 Beams and columns 152, 6 8 DESIGN AND DETAILING RULES FOR FRAMES WITH ECCENTRIC BRACINGS 153.
6 8 1 Design criteria 153,6 8 2 Seismic links 154,6 8 3 Members not containing seismic links 157. 6 8 4 Connections of the seismic links 158, 6 9 DESIGN RULES FOR INVERTED PENDULUM STRUCTURES 158. 6 10 DESIGN RULES FOR STEEL STRUCTURES WITH CONCRETE CORES OR CONCRETE WALLS AND FOR. MOMENT RESISTING FRAMES COMBINED WITH CONCENTRIC BRACINGS OR INFILLS 159. 6 10 1 Structures with concrete cores or concrete walls 159. 6 10 2 Moment resisting frames combined with concentric bracings 159. 6 10 3 Moment resisting frames combined with infills 159. 6 11 CONTROL OF DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION 159, 7 SPECIFIC RULES FOR COMPOSITE STEEL CONCRETE BUILDINGS 161. 7 1 GENERAL 161,7 1 1 Scope 161,7 1 2 Design concepts 161. 7 1 3 Safety verifications 162,7 2 MATERIALS 163,7 2 1 Concrete 163.
7 2 2 Reinforcing steel 163,7 2 3 Structural steel 163. 7 3 STRUCTURAL TYPES AND BEHAVIOUR FACTORS 163,7 3 1 Structural types 163. 7 3 2 Behaviour factors 165,7 4 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 165. 7 4 1 Scope 165,7 4 2 Stiffness of sections 166,EN 1998 1 2004 E. 7 5 DESIGN CRITERIA AND DETAILING RULES FOR DISSIPATIVE STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOUR COMMON. TO ALL STRUCTURAL TYPES 166,7 5 1 General 166, 7 5 2 Design criteria for dissipative structures 166.
7 5 3 Plastic resistance of dissipative zones 167, 7 5 4 Detailing rules for composite connections in dissipative zones 167. 7 6 RULES FOR MEMBERS 170,7 6 1 General 170,7 6 2 Steel beams composite with slab 172. 7 6 3 Effective width of slab 174,7 6 4 Fully encased composite columns 176. 7 6 5 Partially encased members 178,7 6 6 Filled Composite Columns 179. 7 7 DESIGN AND DETAILING RULES FOR MOMENT FRAMES 179. 7 7 1 Specific criteria 179,7 7 2 Analysis 180,7 7 3 Rules for beams and columns 180.
7 7 4 Beam to column connections 181, 7 7 5 Condition for disregarding the composite character of beams with slab 181. 7 8 DESIGN AND DETAILING RULES FOR COMPOSITE CONCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES 181. 7 8 1 Specific criteria 181,7 8 2 Analysis 181,7 8 3 Diagonal members 181. 7 8 4 Beams and columns 181, 7 9 DESIGN AND DETAILING RULES FOR COMPOSITE ECCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES 181. 7 9 1 Specific criteria 181,7 9 2 Analysis 182,7 9 3 Links 182. 7 9 4 Members not containing seismic links 183, 7 10 DESIGN AND DETAILING RULES FOR STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS MADE OF REINFORCED CONCRETE.
SHEAR WALLS COMPOSITE WITH STRUCTURAL STEEL ELEMENTS 183. 7 10 1 Specific criteria 183,7 10 2 Analysis 185, 7 10 3 Detailing rules for composite walls of ductility class DCM 185. 7 10 4 Detailing rules for coupling beams of ductility class DCM 186. 7 10 5 Additional detailing rules for ductility class DCH 186. 7 11 DESIGN AND DETAILING RULES FOR COMPOSITE STEEL PLATE SHEAR WALLS 186. 7 11 1 Specific criteria 186,7 11 2 Analysis 187,7 11 3 Detailing rules 187. 7 12 CONTROL OF DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION 187,8 SPECIFIC RULES FOR TIMBER BUILDINGS 188. 8 1 GENERAL 188,8 1 1 Scope 188,8 1 2 Definitions 188. 8 1 3 Design concepts 188, 8 2 MATERIALS AND PROPERTIES OF DISSIPATIVE ZONES 189.
8 3 DUCTILITY CLASSES AND BEHAVIOUR FACTORS 190,8 4 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 191. 8 5 DETAILING RULES 191,8 5 1 General 191,8 5 2 Detailing rules for connections 192. 8 5 3 Detailing rules for horizontal diaphragms 192. 8 6 SAFETY VERIFICATIONS 192,8 7 CONTROL OF DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION 193. 9 SPECIFIC RULES FOR MASONRY BUILDINGS 194,9 1 SCOPE 194. 9 2 MATERIALS AND BONDING PATTERNS 194,EN 1998 1 2004 E.
9 2 1 Types of masonry units 194,9 2 2 Minimum strength of masonry units 194. 9 2 3 Mortar 194,9 2 4 Masonry bond 194, 9 3 TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION AND BEHAVIOUR FACTORS 195. 9 4 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 196,9 5 DESIGN CRITERIA AND CONSTRUCTION RULES 197. 9 5 1 General 197, 9 5 2 Additional requirements for unreinforced masonry satisfying EN 1998 1 198. 9 5 3 Additional requirements for confined masonry 198. 9 5 4 Additional requirements for reinforced masonry 199. 9 6 SAFETY VERIFICATION 200,9 7 RULES FOR SIMPLE MASONRY BUILDINGS 200.
9 7 1 General 200,9 7 2 Rules 200,10 BASE ISOLATION 203. 10 1 SCOPE 203,10 2 DEFINITIONS 203,10 3 FUNDAMENTAL REQUIREMENTS 204. 10 4 COMPLIANCE CRITERIA 205,10 5 GENERAL DESIGN PROVISIONS 205. 10 5 1 General provisions concerning the devices 205. 10 5 2 Control of undesirable movements 206, 10 5 3 Control of differential seismic ground motions 206. 10 5 4 Control of displacements relative to surrounding ground and constructions 206. 10 5 5 Conceptual design of base isolated buildings 206. 10 6 SEISMIC ACTION 207,10 7 BEHAVIOUR FACTOR 207,10 8 PROPERTIES OF THE ISOLATION SYSTEM 207.
10 9 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 208,10 9 1 General 208,10 9 2 Equivalent linear analysis 208. 10 9 3 Simplified linear analysis 209,10 9 4 Modal simplified linear analysis 211. 10 9 5 Time history analysis 211,10 9 6 Non structural elements 211. 10 10 SAFETY VERIFICATIONS AT ULTIMATE LIMIT STATE 211. ANNEX A INFORMATIVE ELASTIC DISPLACEMENT RESPONSE SPECTRUM 213. ANNEX B INFORMATIVE DETERMINATION OF THE TARGET DISPLACEMENT FOR. NONLINEAR STATIC PUSHOVER ANALYSIS 215, ANNEX C NORMATIVE DESIGN OF THE SLAB OF STEEL CONCRETE COMPOSITE. BEAMS AT BEAM COLUMN JOINTS IN MOMENT RESISTING FRAMES 219. EN 1998 1 2004 E, This European Standard EN 1998 1 Eurocode 8 Design of structures for earthquake.
EUROPEAN STANDARD NORME EUROP ENNE EUROP ISCHE NORM EN 1998 1 December 2004 ICS 91 120 25 Supersedes ENV 1998 1 1 1994 ENV 1998 1 2 1994 ENV 1998 1 3 1995

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