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May 28, 2020

15 IMPORTANT IS-CODES SHOULD KNOW BY CIVIL ENGINEER

15 IMPORTANT IS CODES SHOULD KNOW BY CIVIL ENGINEER


In this article, some of the important IS codes for building design and construction Materials are listed and briefly explained.


IS-CODES


THE FOLLOWING CODES HELP ENGINEERS TO DESIGN BUILDINGS:

IS 456–2000

It is a code of practice for the design of plain and reinforced concrete.

First version released in 1953

Second version released in 1957

The third version released on 1984

The latest version released on 2000

It provides specifications or specifies other indicators of the need for various materials used in the manufacture of concrete for manufacture. Both strength and serviceability requirements must be met in design.

IS 800–2007

It is a code of practice for the design of General Construction in steel-code and practice.

First version released in 1950

Second version released in 1956

The third version released on 1962

The fourth version released on 1984

The latest version released on 2007

It provides guidelines for different types of steel, the loads to be considered in the design, and the design method of the steel members by the limit state method. It provides service requirements that must be met in design.

IS 875–1984

It is the Code of Practice for Design Loads (Other Than Earthquake) For Buildings and Structures.

It has five parts. Such as,

IS:875 (part 1) -1987 deals with dead loads of buildings

IS:875 (part 2) -1987 deals with imposed loads of buildings

IS:875 (part 3) -1987 deals with Wind Loads on Buildings and Structures

IS:875 (part 4) -1987 deals with snow loads on roofs of buildings

IS:875 (part 5) -1987 deals with special loads and load combinations

It will guide us for determining these loads on the building to be designed.

IS 1343–1980

This is the practical code for precast concrete. Provides guidelines for material selection, specifying workability, inspection, and testing. General design requirements and the limit state method are provided for structural design. durability requirements are also mentioned.

IS 1893–2002

It gives criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures.

IS 4928–1993

Is the code of practice for Earthquake Resistant Design and Construction of Buildings.

IS 13827–1992

Gives guidelines for Improving Earthquake Resistance of Low-Cost Strength Masonry Buildings.

IS 13920–1997

It is the code of practice for Ductile Detailing of Reinforced concrete structures subjected to Seismic Forces.

IS 13935–1993

Gives guidelines for Repair and Seismic Strengthening of Buildings.

THE FOLLOWING IS THE LIST OF SOME OF THE IS CODE GIVING REQUIREMENTS FOR BUILDING MATERIALS: 

IS 269–1989.

Specification for ordinary portland cement.

IS 455–1989.

Specification for portland slag cement. IS 516–1959. Method of tests for strength of concrete.

IS 1123–1975.

Method of identification of natural building stones. IS 383–1970. Specifications for coarse and fine aggregates.

IS 432–1982.

Specification for mild steel.

IS 3495–1976.

Gives specifications for building bricks.

IS 287–1973.

Gives maximum permissible moisture content in timber for the different zone and for different uses.

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