NZS 3106:2009 Design of concrete structures for the storage of liquids. - SPONSORED

Abbreviation
NZS 3106:2009
Valid from
28/07/2009
Replaces
NZS 3106:1986

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


Description

This Standard provides design information that meets the requirements of the New Zealand Building Code and is intended to be used by engineers and others involved in new storage tank projects. It provides a basis for designing concrete structures for the storage of liquids that will require only limited periodic maintenance to remain serviceable for their design life, and will not allow an uncontrolled, rapid loss of the liquid contents in extreme events such as a major earthquake.

Scope

This Standard is intended to provide a means of compliance with the requirements of the New Zealand Building Code for concrete structures that will store liquid, and would be used regularly by engineers and organisations about to embark on a new storage tank project. The Standard covers: (a) Design requirements and guidance; (b) Loading requirements; and (c) Seismic considerations and allowances.

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NZS 3106:2009 Design of concrete structures for the storage of liquids. - SPONSORED

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NZS 3106:2009 Design of concrete structures for the storage of liquids. - SPONSORED

Description

This Standard provides design information that meets the requirements of the New Zealand Building Code and is intended to be used by engineers and others involved in new storage tank projects. It provides a basis for designing concrete structures for the storage of liquids that will require only limited periodic maintenance to remain serviceable for their design life, and will not allow an uncontrolled, rapid loss of the liquid contents in extreme events such as a major earthquake.

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NZS 3106:2009 Design of concrete structures for the storage of liquids. - SPONSORED
Description

This Standard provides design information that meets the requirements of the New Zealand Building Code and is intended to be used by engineers and others involved in new storage tank projects. It provides a basis for designing concrete structures for the storage of liquids that will require only limited periodic maintenance to remain serviceable for their design life, and will not allow an uncontrolled, rapid loss of the liquid contents in extreme events such as a major earthquake.

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NZS 3106:2009 Design of concrete structures for the storage of liquids. - SPONSORED

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