Category Archives: Concrete

RC Design Functions 9.02; DevLength function

The RC Design Functions spreadsheet has now been updated to Version 9.02, and is available for free download from: RC Design Functions9.zip Changes in the new version include: The new DevLength function returns reinforcement development length to AS 3600, AS … Continue reading

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RC Design Functions 9.01; Shear for Eurocode 2 and BS 5400

The RC Design Functions spreadsheet has now been updated to Version 9.01, and is available for free download from: RC Design Functions9.zip The UMomPF function returns ultimate bending and axial load capacity to the Eurocode 2 and BS 5400 design … Continue reading

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RC Design Functions 9.0

The RC Design Functions 9.0 spreadsheet is now available for free download from: RC Design Functions9.zip The main change is update of shear capacity calculations for the latest versions of the Australian codes; AS 3600 and AS 5100. Shear data … Continue reading

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Pint, MPmath and implied units, working with Excel

Spreadsheets linking to the Python Pint and MPmath libraries have been presented here before at: Units and solvers with Pint and Sympy mpmath for Excel I have now updated the spreadsheet to work with pyxll, and with some new functions and … Continue reading

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Free resources for earthquake design in Australia

… and other regions with low to moderate seismicity: The SRIA’s free pdf Guide to Seismic design and detailing of Reinforced Concrete Buildings in Australia is available from the link below. It was published in 2016 and was a precursor … Continue reading

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