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Evolution and Ease of Use of the Structural Eurocodes

Steve Denton

FREng FICE FIStructE Head of Civil, Bridge and Ground Engineering, WSP Visiting Professor, University of Bath Chairman, CEN/TC 250

Visiting Professor, University of Bath Chairman, CEN/TC 250 Evolution and ease of use of Eurocodes, 12

Evolution and ease of use of Eurocodes, 12 November 2018, London

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17 Agenda — Background — Why Design Standards Matter — Aims for the evolution of Structural

Agenda

— Background

— Why Design Standards Matter

— Aims for the evolution of Structural Eurocodes

— Process and timing

Agenda

— Background

18

Agenda — Background 18 — Why Design Standards Matter — Aims for the evolution of Structural

— Why Design Standards Matter

— Aims for the evolution of Structural Eurocodes

— Process and timing

My background

— Chairman of CEN/TC 250 Structural Eurocodes

— WSP’s Head of Civil, Bridge and Ground Engineering

— Visiting Professor at the University of Bath

— Advisor to Clients and Government

19

Bridge and Ground Engineering — Visiting Professor at the University of Bath — Advisor to Clients

CEN/TC 250 Structural Eurocodes

20

CEN/TC 250 Structural Eurocodes 20
CEN/TC 250 Structural Eurocodes 20

Background

“Like life in general our codes seem to get more and more complicated.

Background “Like life in general our codes seem to get more and more complicated. ”

No. of design standards

2007

2020

~1970

~1926

~1850

~1945

~200 BC

~1750 BC

Background

If a designer-builder has

designed -built a hom e for

a m an and his w ork is not

good, and if the house he has designed -built falls in and kills the householder, that designer-builder shall be slain

Rule 229, Code of Ham m urabi

shall be slain Rule 229, Code of Ham m urabi Historical evolution (*) Publication of the

Historical evolution (*)

Rule 229, Code of Ham m urabi Historical evolution (*) Publication of the 2 n d

Publication of the 2 nd generation of Eurocodes

(*) Publication of the 2 n d generation of Eurocodes Publication of the 1 s t

Publication of the 1 st generation of Eurocodes

Limit state design

of the 1 s t generation of Eurocodes Limit state design Re-thinking of structural safety concepts

Re-thinking of structural safety concepts + Introduction of computers

Permissible stress approach

+ Introduction of computers Permissible stress approach New mathematical theories of materials and structural

New mathematical theories of materials and structural behaviour

Ten Books of Architecture (Vitruvius)
Ten Books of
Architecture
(Vitruvius)
New construction materials
New
construction
materials
Code of Hammurabi
Code of
Hammurabi
Ten Books of Architecture (Vitruvius) New construction materials Code of Hammurabi (*) The graph is indicative
Ten Books of Architecture (Vitruvius) New construction materials Code of Hammurabi (*) The graph is indicative
Ten Books of Architecture (Vitruvius) New construction materials Code of Hammurabi (*) The graph is indicative

(*) The graph is indicative

Years

Background

The Structural Eurocodes

Eurocodes European European (EN1990 – EN1999) Product Execution + Standards Standards National Annexes
Eurocodes
European
European
(EN1990 – EN1999)
Product
Execution
+
Standards
Standards
National Annexes
European standards for construction
Non-contradictory
complementary
information

Client implementation and requirements

Support to the profession

Non-contradictory complementary information Client implementation and requirements Support to the profession

Agenda

— Background

— Why Design Standards Matter

24

Agenda — Background — Why Design Standards Matter 24 — Aims for the evolution of Structural

— Aims for the evolution of Structural Eurocodes

— Process and timing

Why Design Standards Matter

Why Design Standards Matter Impact

Impact

Why Design Standards Matter Impact

Why Design Standards Matter

Why Design Standards Matter International trade

International trade

Why Design Standards Matter

Verification of adequacy

Why Design Standards Matter Verification of adequacy

Why Design Standards Matter

Why Design Standards Matter Feedback

Feedback

Why Design Standards Matter Feedback

Why Design Standards Matter

New societal demands

Why Design Standards Matter New societal demands

Why Design Standards Matter

Research to application

Why Design Standards Matter Research to application

Agenda

— Background

— Why Design Standards Matter

— Aims for the evolution of Structural Eurocodes

31

Background — Why Design Standards Matter — Aims for the evolution of Structural Eurocodes 31 —

— Process and timing

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode
Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode  Enhanced Ease of Use
 Enhanced Ease of Use
 Enhanced
Ease of Use
Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode  Enhanced Ease of Use

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode  Enhanced Ease of Use  Exem plary levels
 Enhanced Ease of Use
 Enhanced
Ease of Use
 Exem plary levels of international consensus
 Exem plary
levels of
international
consensus

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode  Enhanced Ease of Use  Exem plary levels
 Enhanced Ease of Use
 Enhanced
Ease of Use
 Exem plary levels of international consensus
 Exem plary
levels of
international
consensus

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

CEN/TC 250’s vision on the second generation of the Structural Eurocodes

Whilst respecting the achievements of the past, our vision for the second generation of Structural Eurocodes is to create a more user-orientated suite of design standards that are recognised as the most trusted and preferred in the world.

a more user-orientated suite of design standards that are recognised as the most trusted and preferred

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

CEN/TC 250 Position Paper on Ease of Use

Evolution of the Eurocode CEN/TC 250 Position Paper on Ease of Use Five pillars to enhance

Five pillars to enhance ease of use of the Eurocodes

Evolution of the Eurocode CEN/TC 250 Position Paper on Ease of Use Five pillars to enhance

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

CEN/TC 250 Position Paper on Ease of Use

Evolution of the Eurocode CEN/TC 250 Position Paper on Ease of Use Five pillars to enhance
Evolution of the Eurocode CEN/TC 250 Position Paper on Ease of Use Five pillars to enhance

Five pillars to enhance ease of use of the Eurocodes

Evolution of the Eurocode CEN/TC 250 Position Paper on Ease of Use Five pillars to enhance

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

Recommendation 1: Statements of intent to meet users’ needs

PRIMARY TARGET AUDIENCE

of intent to meet users’ needs PRIMARY TARGET AUDIENCE Practitioners – Competent engineers DEFINITION Competent

Practitioners – Competent engineers

DEFINITION

AUDIENCE Practitioners – Competent engineers DEFINITION Competent civil, structural and geotechnical engineers,

Competent civil, structural and geotechnical engineers, typically qualified professionals able to work independently in relevant fields

structural and geotechnical engineers, typically qualified professionals able to work independently in relevant fields

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode Recommendation 1: Statements of intent to meet users’ needs

Recommendation 1: Statements of intent to meet users’ needs

CATEGORIES OF EUROCODES’ USERS

to meet users’ needs CATEGORIES OF EUROCODES’ USERS Practitioners – Competent engineers [Primary target

Practitioners – Competent engineers [Primary target audience]

Practioners – Graduates

Expert specialists

Product Manufacturers

Software developers

Educators

National regulator

Private sectors businesses

Clients

Other CEN/TCs

CEN/TC 250 STATEMENTS OF INTENT

Clients Other CEN/TCs CEN/TC 250 STATEMENTS OF INTENT We will aim to produce Standards that are

We will aim to produce Standards that are suitable and clear for all common design cases without demanding disproportionate levels of effort to apply them

We will aim to produce Eurocodes that can be used by Graduates where necessary supplemented by suitable guidance documents and textbooks and under the supervision of an experienced practitioner when appropriate

We will aim not to restrict innovation by providing freedom to experts to apply their specialist knowledge and expertise

Working with other CEN/TCs we will aim to eliminate incompatibilities or ambiguities between the Eurocodes and Product Standards

We will aim to provide unambiguous and complete design procedures. Accompanying formulae will be provided for charts and tables where possible

We will aim to use consistent underlying technical principles irrespective of the intended use of a structure (e.g. bridge, building, etc.) and that facilitate the linkage between physical behaviour and design rules

We will endeavour to produce standards that can be referenced or quoted by National Regulations

We will continue to promote technical harmonization across European markets in order to reduce barriers to trade

We will produce Eurocodes that enable the design of safe, serviceable, robust and durable structures, aiming to promoting cost effectiveness throughout their whole life cycle, including design, construction and maintenance

We will engage proactively to promote effective collaboration with those other CEN/TCs that have shared interests

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

Recommendation 1: Statements of intent to meet users’ needs

CATEGORIES OF EUROCODES’ USERS

to meet users’ needs CATEGORIES OF EUROCODES’ USERS Practitioners – Competent engineers [Primary target

Practitioners – Competent engineers [Primary target audience]

Practioners – Graduates

Expert specialists

Product Manufacturers

CEN/TC 250 STATEMENTS OF INTENT

Product Manufacturers CEN/TC 250 STATEMENTS OF INTENT We will aim to produce Standards that are suitable

We will aim to produce Standards that are suitable and clear for all common design cases without demanding disproportionate levels of effort to apply them

We will aim to produce Eurocodes that can be used by Graduates where necessary supplemented by suitable guidance documents and textbooks and under the supervision of an experienced practitioner when appropriate

We will aim not to restrict innovation by providing freedom to experts to apply their specialist knowledge and expertise

Working with other CEN/TCs we will aim to eliminate incompatibilities or ambiguities between the Eurocodes and Product Standards

with other CEN/TCs we will aim to eliminate incompatibilities or ambiguities between the Eurocodes and Product

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

Recommendation 1: Statements of intent to meet users’ needs

1: Statements of intent to meet users’ needs CATEGORIES OF EUROCODES’ USERS Software developers

CATEGORIES OF EUROCODES’ USERS

to meet users’ needs CATEGORIES OF EUROCODES’ USERS Software developers Educators National regulator Private

Software developers

Educators

National regulator

Private sectors businesses

Clients

Other CEN/TCs

CEN/TC 250 STATEMENTS OF INTENT

Clients Other CEN/TCs CEN/TC 250 STATEMENTS OF INTENT We will aim to provide unambiguous and complete

We will aim to provide unambiguous and complete design procedures. Accompanying formulae will be provided for charts and tables where possible

We will aim to use consistent underlying technical principles irrespective of the intended use of a structure (e.g. bridge, building, etc.) and that facilitate the linkage between physical behaviour and design rules

We will endeavour to produce standards that can be referenced or quoted by National Regulations

We will continue to promote technical harmonization across European markets in order to reduce barriers to trade

We will produce Eurocodes that enable the design of safe, serviceable, robust and durable structures, aiming to promoting cost effectiveness throughout their whole life cycle, including design, construction and maintenance

We will engage proactively to promote effective collaboration with those other CEN/TCs that have shared interests

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode Recommendation 2: Principles and related priorities General principles (primary)

Recommendation 2: Principles and related priorities

General principles (primary)

1 Improving clarity and understandability of technical provisions of the Eurocodes

2 Improving accessibility to technical provisions and ease of navigation between them

3 Improving consistency within and between the Eurocodes

4 Including state-of the-art material the use of which is based on commonly accepted results of research and has been validated through sufficient practical experience

5 Considering the second generation of the Eurocodes as an “evolution” avoiding fundamental changes to the approach to design and to the structure of the Eurocodes unless adequately justified

Specific principles (secondary)

6 Providing clear guidance for all common design cases encountered by typical competent practitioners in the relevant field

7 Omitting or providing only general and basic technical provisions for special cases that will be very rarely encountered by typical competent practitioners in the relevant field

8 Not inhibiting the freedom of experts to work from first principles and providing adequate freedom for innovation

9 Limiting the inclusion of alternative application rules

10 Including simplified methods only where they are of general application, address commonly encountered situations, are technically justified and give more conservative results than the rigorous methods they are intended to simplify

11 Improving consistency with product standards and standards for execution

12 Providing technical provisions that are not excessive sensitive to execution tolerances beyond what can be practically achieved on site

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

Recommendation 2: Principles and related priorities

General principles (primary)

1 Improving clarity and understandability of technical provisions of the Eurocodes

2 Improving accessibility to technical provisions and ease of navigation between them

3 Improving consistency within and between the Eurocodes

4 Including state-of the-art material the use of which is based on commonly accepted results of research and has been validated through sufficient practical experience

5 Considering the second generation of the Eurocodes as an “evolution” avoiding fundamental changes to the approach to design and to the structure of the Eurocodes unless adequately justified

avoiding fundamental changes to the approach to design and to the structure of the Eurocodes unless

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

Recommendation 2: Principles and related priorities

Specific principles (secondary)

6 Providing clear guidance for all common design cases encountered by typical competent practitioners in the relevant field

7 Omitting or providing only general and basic technical provisions for special cases that will be very rarely encountered by typical competent practitioners in the relevant field

8 Not inhibiting the freedom of experts to work from first principles and providing adequate freedom for innovation

9 Limiting the inclusion of alternative application rules

10 Including simplified methods only where they are of general application, address commonly encountered situations, are technically justified and give more conservative results than the rigorous methods they are intended to simplify

11 Improving consistency with product standards and standards for execution

12 Providing technical provisions that are not excessive sensitive to execution tolerances beyond what can be practically achieved on site

provisions that are not excessive sensitive to execution tolerances beyond what can be practically achieved on

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

CEN/TC 250 Position Paper on Ease of Use

Evolution of the Eurocode CEN/TC 250 Position Paper on Ease of Use Five pillars to enhance
Evolution of the Eurocode CEN/TC 250 Position Paper on Ease of Use Five pillars to enhance

Five pillars to enhance ease of use of the Eurocodes

Evolution of the Eurocode CEN/TC 250 Position Paper on Ease of Use Five pillars to enhance

47

47 Enhancing Ease of Use — Appointment of Technical Reviewer — Detailed review of deliverables —

Enhancing Ease of Use

47 Enhancing Ease of Use — Appointment of Technical Reviewer — Detailed review of deliverables —

Appointment of Technical Reviewer

Detailed review of deliverables

Development of TC 250 document N1250 ‘Policy Guidelines and Procedures’

Provision of examples and advice

Enhancing Ease of Use

— Guidance materials, examples and briefings developed

48

Enhancing Ease of Use — Guidance materials, examples and briefings developed 48
Enhancing Ease of Use — Guidance materials, examples and briefings developed 48
Enhancing Ease of Use — Guidance materials, examples and briefings developed 48

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode  Enhanced Ease of Use  Exem plary levels
 Enhanced Ease of Use
 Enhanced
Ease of Use
 Exem plary levels of international consensus
 Exem plary
levels of
international
consensus

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode

Aims of the Evolution of the Eurocode  Enhanced Ease of Use  Exem plary levels
 Enhanced Ease of Use
 Enhanced
Ease of Use
 Exem plary levels of international consensus
 Exem plary
levels of
international
consensus

Future

Challenges

Future Challenges The chairman shall do everything possible to obtain a unanimous decision of the Technical

The chairman shall do everything possible to obtain a unanimous decision of the Technical Committee. If unanimity on a subject is not obtainable, the chairman shall try to seek consensus rather than rely simply on a majority decision.

CEN Internal Regulations - Responsibility of the Chairman of a CEN TC

Issue / disagreement identified Different perspectives fully understood (including underlying concerns) Points of
Issue / disagreement identified Different perspectives fully understood (including underlying concerns) Points of
Issue / disagreement identified Different perspectives fully understood (including underlying concerns) Points of
Issue /
disagreement
identified
Different perspectives
fully understood
(including underlying
concerns)
Points of agreement
noted and then
disagreement
isolated
Options set out
(and refined)
Decision taken based
on options

Agenda

— Background

— Why Design Standards Matter

— Aims for the evolution of Structural Eurocodes

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Background — Why Design Standards Matter — Aims for the evolution of Structural Eurocodes 53 —

— Process and timing

Evolution process and timing

Evolution process and timing European Commission Mandate M/515

European Commission Mandate M/515

Evolution process and timing European Commission Mandate M/515

Evolution process and timing

Evolution process and timing CEN/TC 250 Technical response • 138 pages • Over 1000 experts from

CEN/TC 250 Technical response

Evolution process and timing CEN/TC 250 Technical response • 138 pages • Over 1000 experts from

• 138 pages

• Over 1000 experts from across Europe involved

• Structure of tasks and sub-tasks

• Phased programme

Evolution process and timing

Tiered structured with detailed task plans

SC / WG etc Task 1 Sub-task Sub-task Sub-task Sub-task Task 2 Task n Sub-task
SC / WG
etc
Task 1
Sub-task Sub-task
Sub-task Sub-task
Task 2
Task n
Sub-task Sub-task Sub-task Sub-task
Sub-task Sub-task Sub-task Sub-task
Sub-task Sub-task Sub-task Task 2 Task n Sub-task Sub-task Sub-task Sub-task Sub-task Sub-task Sub-task Sub-task

Evolution process and timing

• 76 tasks

• Four overlapping phases of drafting work

• Actual start dates have changed from original plan

phases of drafting work • Actual start dates have changed from original plan CEN/TC 250 Work

CEN/TC 250 Work Programme (as proposed)

phases of drafting work • Actual start dates have changed from original plan CEN/TC 250 Work

Evolution process and timing

Key changes

EN 1990

EN 1991

EN 1992

EN 1993

EN 1994

EN 1995

EN 1996

EN 1997

EN 1998

EN 1999

Glass

FRP

Membrane

Robustness

Assessment

1993 EN 1994 EN 1995 EN 1996 EN 1997 EN 1998 EN 1999 Glass FRP Membrane

Climate change

Ease of use

1993 EN 1994 EN 1995 EN 1996 EN 1997 EN 1998 EN 1999 Glass FRP Membrane

Evolution process and timing

Evolution process and timing Responding to systematic review comments Mandate M515 Work Programme Eurocode Systematic

Responding to systematic review comments

Mandate M515 Work Programme

to systematic review comments Mandate M515 Work Programme Eurocode Systematic Review Comments Evolution of Eurocodes
to systematic review comments Mandate M515 Work Programme Eurocode Systematic Review Comments Evolution of Eurocodes

Eurocode Systematic Review Comments

Evolution of Eurocodes

Evolution process and timing

Drafting approach and further details

process and timing Drafting approach and further details  Follow CEN Internal Regulations  Specific

Follow CEN Internal Regulations

Specific information available in CEN/TC 250 document N1250

[CEN, Eurocodes]

Further details available in Phase 1 call for experts specification (Vol 3) [NEN,

Eurocodes 2020]

[CEN, Eurocodes]  Further details available in Phase 1 call for experts specification (Vol 3) [NEN,
[CEN, Eurocodes]  Further details available in Phase 1 call for experts specification (Vol 3) [NEN,

Evolution process and timing

Drafting approach and further details

process and timing Drafting approach and further details  Follow CEN Internal Regulations  Specific

Follow CEN Internal Regulations

Specific information available in CEN/TC 250 document N1250

[CEN, Eurocodes]

Further details available in Phase 1 call for experts specification (Vol 3) [NEN,

Eurocodes 2020]

[CEN, Eurocodes]  Further details available in Phase 1 call for experts specification (Vol 3) [NEN,
[CEN, Eurocodes]  Further details available in Phase 1 call for experts specification (Vol 3) [NEN,

Tim eline

First

generation

1975 1990 1992 1998 2007
1975
1990 1992
1998
2007

Eurocodes started

generation 1975 1990 1992 1998 2007 Eurocodes started ENVs started Publication of ENVs Conversion of ENV

ENVs started

Publication of ENVs

Conversion of ENV to EN

Publication 1st generation of the Eurocodes

Tim eline

First

generation

Preparat ory w ork on second generat ion

1975 1990 1992 1998 2007 2010 2011 2012 2013
1975
1990 1992
1998
2007 2010
2011 2012 2013

Eurocodes started

1990 1992 1998 2007 2010 2011 2012 2013 Eurocodes started ENVs started Publication of ENVs Conversion

ENVs started

Publication of ENVs

Conversion of ENV to EN

Publication 1st generation of the Eurocodes

Programming Mandate

Response to Programming Mandate

Specific Mandate

Response to Specific Mandate

Tim eline

First

generation

Preparat ory w ork on second generat ion

Work on the second generat ion

1975 1990 1992 1998 2007 2010 2011 2012 2013 2015 2017 2018 2019* 2020 2021
1975
1990
1992
1998 2007
2010
2011 2012 2013
2015
2017
2018 2019* 2020 2021

Eurocodes started

2013 2015 2017 2018 2019* 2020 2021 Eurocodes started ENVs started Publication of ENVs Conversion of

ENVs started

Publication of ENVs

Conversion of ENV to EN

Publication 1st generation of the Eurocodes

Programming Mandate

Response to Programming Mandate

Specific Mandate

Response to Specific Mandate

Start PT Phase 1

Start PT Phase 2

Start PT Phases 3&4 End PT Phase 1

First standards made available to NSBs

End PT Phase 2

End PT Phases 3&4

Prelim inary plan at Novem ber 20 18

Tim eline

First

generation

Preparat ory w ork on second generat ion

Work on the second generat ion

1975 1990 1992 1998 2007 2010 2011 2012 2013 2015 2017 2018 2019* 2020 2021
1975
1990 1992
1998
2007 2010
2011 2012 2013
2015
2017
2018 2019* 2020 2021
2023*
2025*

Eurocodes started

2017 2018 2019* 2020 2021 2023* 2025* Eurocodes started ENVs started Publication of ENVs Conversion of

ENVs started

Publication of ENVs

Conversion of ENV to EN

Publication 1st generation of the Eurocodes

Programming Mandate

Response to Programming Mandate

Specific Mandate

Response to Specific Mandate

Start PT Phase 1

Start PT Phase 2

Start PT Phases 3&4 End PT Phase 1

First standards made available to NSBs

End PT Phase 2

End PT Phases 3&4

Last standards made available to NSBs

Date of withdrawal

*Prelim inary plan at Novem ber 20 18

Translation previous to FV optional. If necessary, 1,5 months to be added

Date of Ratification (DoR) – 1 month after vote

Finalisation

months

2

Start PT

work

Drafting by PTs

(1 st , 2 nd and final draft)

Drafting by PTs (1 s t , 2 n d and final draft) 0   End

0

by PTs (1 s t , 2 n d and final draft) 0   End  
 

End

 

Final draft

 

of PT

produced

Informal

enquiry

months

Review

Review

Translation

& editing

3.25 months

CEN Enquiry

months

by

PTs

by

SCs/WGs

3

3

 

3 months

“Y” months

   
     
 
months CEN Enquiry months by PTs by SCs/WGs 3 3   3 months “Y” months  

Consideration of comments by

SCs/WGs

“Z” months

    Consideration of comments by SCs/WGs “Z” months Formal vote months 2 Publication process outline

Formal vote

months

2

Publication process outline

    Consideration of comments by SCs/WGs “Z” months Formal vote months 2 Publication process outline

EN 1991-1-5

SC1.T5 (recommendations produced in Phase 1) HGB.T1 (recommendations produced in Phase 1) Final draft standard
SC1.T5
(recommendations
produced in
Phase 1)
HGB.T1
(recommendations
produced in
Phase 1)
Final draft
standard
produced
SC1.T4
Work at national level
Consideration
(draft standard
Work on draft standards by
SCs/WGs
(development
of NAs and
of comments
developed in
by SCs/WGs
Phase 2)
time to update supporting
industry guidance material)
SC1.T6
(clauses produced
in Phase 3)
Translation
& editing
CEN Enquiry
Editing
Formal vote
Date of Ratification (DoR) – 1 month after
vote
Finalisation
EN made available by CEN to NSBs (DAV)
Date of Announcement (DoA)
Date of Publication (DoP)
Date of Withdrawal (DoW)
Start PT work End of PT + sign-off of PT work Drafting by PTs (1
Start PT work
End of PT +
sign-off of PT
work
Drafting by PTs
(1 st , 2 nd and final draft of the deliverables)
Review of
deliverables by
PTs
3 months
Informal
enquiry
3 months

0

Time (Months)

Translation previous to FV optional. If necessary, 1,5 months to be added

Option to skip FV

Date of Ratification (DoR) – 1 month after vote

to skip FV Date of Ratification (DoR) – 1 month after vote Final draft standard produced
Final draft standard produced Work on draft standards by SCs/WGs Consideration of comments on draft
Final draft
standard
produced
Work on draft standards by
SCs/WGs
Consideration of
comments on draft
standards by SCs/WGs
Input / contributions
from other PTs
Translation
& editing
CEN Enquiry
Editing
Formal vote

Finalisation

& editing CEN Enquiry Editing Formal vote Finalisation Time (Months) EN made available by CEN to

Time (Months)

EN made available by CEN to NSBs (DAV)

EN made available by CEN to NSBs (DAV)

EN made available by CEN to NSBs (DAV) Date of Announcement (DoA) Date of Publication (DoP)

Date of Announcement (DoA)

available by CEN to NSBs (DAV) Date of Announcement (DoA) Date of Publication (DoP) Development of

Date of Publication (DoP)

(DAV) Date of Announcement (DoA) Date of Publication (DoP) Development of NAs Time to update supporting
(DAV) Date of Announcement (DoA) Date of Publication (DoP) Development of NAs Time to update supporting

Development of NAs

Time to update supporting industry guidance material

of NAs Time to update supporting industry guidance material Removal of national conflicting standards max. 36

Removal of national conflicting standards

max. 36

months, otherwise go to BT

Time (Months)

Date of Withdrawal (DoW)

Current stage (review of Phase 1 deliverables) Production of 1 st 2 nd 3 rd
Current stage (review of
Phase 1 deliverables)
Production of
1 st
2 nd
3 rd
Opportunity to start
working on NAs
Standard made
available by
CEN to NSBs
Date of
draft
draft
draft
final deliverable,
end of PT work
withdrawal
Informal
enquiry
Review
Review
Drafting
of the
of the
standard
standard
Development of
National Annexes
(NAs) and
supporting
guidance as
needed
Translation
and editing
CEN formal
enquiry
Editing
Formal Vote
Final edits (and
potentially
translation)

Start

PT

work

Potential input from other PTs Potential Potential in the same input input phase from from
Potential input from other
PTs Potential Potential in the same input input phase from from other or other in PTs
other PTs in the in phases the same same of phase the phase work or or in other in
other phases phases of the of work the work
programme programme
programme
of the of work the work programme programme programme Legend Project Team work SC/WG work CEN

Legend

Project Team work

SC/WG work

CEN work

Work at national level

Objectives for CEN/TC 250 publication plan for second generation of Eurocodes (1 of 2)

1. Ensure that we have a fully compatible suite of standards at all times for use by industry.

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suite of standards at all times for use by industry. 72 2. Schedule enquiries and formal

2. Schedule enquiries and formal votes so that they do not place an excessive burden on CEN members and their mirror committees, and on SCs and WGs .

Objectives for CEN/TC 250 publication plan for second generation of Eurocodes (2 of 2)

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plan for second generation of Eurocodes (2 of 2) 73 3. Make new Eurocode parts available

3. Make new Eurocode parts available as early as possible, whilst respecting interdependencies with other Eurocode parts.

4. Ensure that sufficient time is available for development of National Annexes.

5. Ensure that sufficient time is available for removal of national conflicting standards by NSBs and update of supporting industry guidance material.

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Detailed plan w ith interdependences

Publicat ion plan

— Ident ificat ion of slot s for undert aking CEN enquiries and Form al
— Ident ificat ion of slot s
for undert aking CEN
enquiries and Form al
Vote
— Managem ent of NSBs
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