Z7/01 - Durability Planning

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Description

This Recommended Practice provides guidance on planning to achieve durability in concrete structures. It is targeted at owners, designers and contractors with guidance on how to set up design, construction and maintenance contract requirements so that structures meet their serviceability requirements over the design and required service lives using a whole of life cost analysis to the asset owner requirements.

Publisher

Concrete Institute of Australia

Published

2014

Format

Handbook - Hard Copy

Publication Details

 

  • Task Group 1: R Paull, F Collins, M Dacre, P Finlay, W Green, A Paul, G Vile

Content

1.    Introduction  
2.    Australian and joint as/nzs standards - review   
3.    Review of exposure classifications in overseas standards
4.    Improving exposure classifications   
5.    Z7/02 exposure zones   
6.    Combined table of exposure classes
7.    References




 
  • Why Durability Planning
  • Purpose and Benefits of Durability Planning for Stakeholders
  • Establishing Durability Requierements
  • Durability Planning: Project Concept Design Stage
  • Durability Planning: Project Detailed Design Stage
  • Durability Planning: Project Construction Stage
  • Durability Planning: Operations and Maintanance Stage
 


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