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  1. Technical Guidance Notes - Level 1 package (PDFs)

    Technical Guidance Notes - Level 1 package (PDFs)


    £249.00 - Non-Member

    A downloadable compilation of all 35 'Level 1' Technical Guidance Notes for non-members - representing a significant saving against purchasing Notes individually.

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  2. Temporary demountable structures: Guidance on procurement, design and use (Fourth edition)

    Temporary demountable structures: Guidance on procurement, design and use (Fourth edition)

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    Essential information on the procurement, design and use of temporary demountable structures, including: grandstands; stages; fabric structures, hospitality units and fencing/barriers. Learn More
  3. Essential Knowledge Text No.15. Approximate analysis of skeletal structures (PDF)

    Essential Knowledge Text No.15. Approximate analysis of skeletal structures (PDF)

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    Note: Free to Student and Academic Members via: www.istructe.org/essential-knowledge

    This Text presents simple approaches to the approximate analysis of two-dimensional skeletal structures.

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  4. Technical Guidance Note 13 Level 2 - Masonry cladding to steel-framed buildings (PDF)

    Technical Guidance Note 13 Level 2 - Masonry cladding to steel-framed buildings (PDF)


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    This Note introduces structural engineers to interfaces between a primary structure principally formed from steelwork, and a masonry cladding system.



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  5. Technical Guidance Note 14 Level 2 - Design of unrestrained timber beams (PDF)

    Technical Guidance Note 14 Level 2 - Design of unrestrained timber beams (PDF)


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    This Note addresses the design of timber elements that are unrestrained against lateral torsional buckling. It explains how such beams are analysed and designed. The impact of notching the supports of beams is also considered with respect to the shear capacity of the beam.

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  6. Technical Guidance Note 15 Level 2 - Design of timber posts (PDF)

    Technical Guidance Note 15 Level 2 - Design of timber posts (PDF)


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    The design of timber elements in the UK, according to current codes of practice, is based on limit state theory. This Note adopts that approach to describe the design of timber posts. The reader should be familiar with the use of coefficient factors prevalent within BS EN 1995-1-1 (Eurocode 5).

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  7. Manual for the design of plain masonry in building structures to Eurocode 6 (Second edition)

    Manual for the design of plain masonry in building structures to Eurocode 6 (Second edition)

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    This new edition reflects the latest requirements of BS EN 1996 as well as many other codes and standards.

    Also part of a 7-title suite 

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  8. Manual for the design of plain masonry in building structures to Eurocode 6 (Second edition) (PDF)

    Manual for the design of plain masonry in building structures to Eurocode 6 (Second edition) (PDF)

    £39.00 - Member
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    This new edition reflects the latest requirements of BS EN 1996 as well as many other codes and standards.

    Also part of a 7-title suite 

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  9. Essential Knowledge Text No. 8. New structural materials (PDF)

    Essential Knowledge Text No. 8. New structural materials (PDF)

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    Note: Free to Student and Academic Members via: www.istructe.org/essential-knowledge


    This Text presents a range of emerging materials, both natural and man-made, which, in the right circumstances, can offer significant advantages over traditional materials.

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  10. Technical Guidance Note 18 Level 2 - Unreinforced masonry retaining walls (PDF)

    Technical Guidance Note 18 Level 2 - Unreinforced masonry retaining walls (PDF)


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    This Technical Guidance Note is intended to act as an aide to those seeking to design an unreinforced masonry retaining wall. Learn More

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