There are a number of Australian Standards specifically relating to the structural design of buildings. To access these, select the link below.
There are a number of Australian Standards specifically relating to material properties. To access these, select the link below. When you are in Standards Online, simply enter the number of the standard that you want to view into the search box.
Key standards in this area:
AS/NZS 1554 Structural steel welding
AS/NZS 1664 Aluminium structures
AS 2327 Composite structures
AS 2701 Methods of sampling and testing mortar for masonry constructions
AS 2870 Residential slabs and footings
AS 3600 Concrete structures
AS 3623 Domestic metal framing
AS 3700 Masonry code
AS 4100 Steel structures
AS/NZS 4600 Cold-formed steel structures
AS/NZS 4671 Steel reinforcing materials
The National Construction Code (NCC) (previously the Building Code of Australia) contains technical provisions for the design and construction of buildings and other structures. Of particular relevance is Volume1 : Part A3: Classification of buildings and structures.
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The Concrete Libguide may contain useful information.
Click the links for information about cross laminated timber (CLT) as a building material
Presented by Dr Scott Breneman, this video introduces CLT with a series of project examples that demonstrate its use and benefits in a range of applications.
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