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AS/NZS 1664.2:1997 Aluminium structures - Allowable stress design

Abbreviation
AS/NZS 1664.2:1997
Amendment
Amendment 1 - incorporated, Published 04/01/1999.
Valid from
04/09/1997

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand, Standards Australia
Information type
New Zealand Standard
Format
PDF


Description

This Standard specifies requirements for the design of aluminium alloy load carrying members and elements.

The allowable stress design (ASD) criteria are intended as an alternative to the limit state design (LSD) criteria (see AS 1664.1).

One design specification (ASD or LSD) applies throughout the design of a single structure.

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AS/NZS 1664.2:1997 Aluminium structures - Allowable stress design

Description

This Standard specifies requirements for the design of aluminium alloy load carrying members and elements.

The allowable stress design (ASD) criteria are intended as an alternative to the limit state design (LSD) criteria (see AS 1664.1).

One design specification (ASD or LSD) applies throughout the design of a single structure.

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AS/NZS 1664.2:1997 Aluminium structures - Allowable stress design
Description

This Standard specifies requirements for the design of aluminium alloy load carrying members and elements.

The allowable stress design (ASD) criteria are intended as an alternative to the limit state design (LSD) criteria (see AS 1664.1).

One design specification (ASD or LSD) applies throughout the design of a single structure.

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