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View NCCI for BS EN 1994-1-1: 2004

Initial design of composite beams (GB)  (SN022a-EN-GB)
Guidance is provided for the selection of simply supported primary and secondary composite beams. (Localised for use in UK)
Keywords:
6.1; beam design
Valid until:
Jan 2015
Created by:
SCI
Created on:
Sep 2013
BSI Approval:
Not reviewed by BSI
Modified limitation on partial shear connection in beams for buildings
This NCCI gives minimum degree of shear connection rules that may be used when the characteristic slip capacity of the shear studs can be demonstrated to be significantly greater than required by BS EN 1994 1 1, 6.6.1.1(5). These rules differentiate between propped and unpropped construction. (Localised for use in the UK.)
Valid until:
Dec 2015
Created by:
SCI
Created on:
Feb 2010
BSI Approval:
Not reviewed by BSI
Provision of 'appropriate anchorage' to profiled sheeting
This NCCI offers advice in relation to the resistance of headed studs in profiled steel sheeting with ribs parallel to the beam. Guidance is provided on how the requirement of EN 1994-1-1, §6.6.4.1(3) can be satisfied, in situations where parallel sheeting is discontinuous at a beam, without the need to provide additional reinforcement in the haunch.
Valid until:
Dec 2015
Created by:
SCI
Created on:
Oct 2010
BSI Approval:
Not reviewed by BSI
Resistance of headed stud shear connectors in transverse sheeting
This NCCI gives rules for determining design resistance values for 19 mm headed shear studs on beams with transverse trapezoidal decking. The design values are based on values given in BS EN 1994-1-1, modified by a factor that has been derived from the analysis of experimental investigations involving beam tests and push tests. (Localised for use in the UK.)
Valid until:
Dec 2015
Created by:
SCI
Created on:
Feb 2010
BSI Approval:
Not reviewed by BSI