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SEI Standards

SEI standards committees use an ANSI-approved consensus process to develop and maintain ASCE/SEI Standards. Many of these standards are adopted by building and other codes and by jurisdictional authorities that regulate building and construction. See the list of SEI standards below or see the ASCE Library and ASCE Bookstore to access more and make purchases.

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American Society of Civil Engineers
2000 / Soft Cover / Digital
Standard ASCE/SEI 11-99 establishes guidelines for assessing the structural condition of existing buildings constructed of various combinations of materials.
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American Society of Civil Engineers
2000 / Soft Cover / Digital
Standard ASCE/SEI 7-98 provides requirements for dead, live, soil, flood, wind, snow, rain, ice, and earthquake loads, as well as their combinations, which are suitable for inclusion in building codes and other documents.
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American Society of Civil Engineers
2000 / Soft Cover / Digital
Standard ASCE 4-98 provides requirements to determine the reliability of safety-related nuclear structures under earthquake motions.
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American Society of Civil Engineers
2000 / Soft Cover / Digital
Standard ASCE 26-97 covers the direct design of buried one-cell precast reinforced concrete box section.
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American Society of Civil Engineers
2000 / Soft Cover / Digital
Standard ASCE 15-98 focuses on the direct design of buried precast concrete pipe using Standard Installations (SIDD).
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American Society of Civil Engineers
2000 / Soft Cover / Digital
Standard ASCE 27-00 covers design and recommended installation procedures for precast concrete pipe for jacking in trenchless construction.
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American Society of Civil Engineers
1999 / Soft Cover / Digital
Standard ASCE/SEI 23-97 covers the design of composite and noncomposite beams with web openings.
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American Society of Civil Engineers
1997 / Soft Cover / Digital
Standard ASCE 19-96 provides requirements for the structural design, fabrication, and installation of cables for use as structural elements for the support and bracing of buildings, their roofs, and their floors.
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1996
Standard ACI 530-95 & 530.1-95 / ASCE 5-95 & 6-95 / TMS 402-95 & 602-95 covers the design and construction of masonry structures and the use of masonry materials.
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American Society of Civil Engineers
1996
Standard ASCE/AF&PA 16-95 provides design provisions based on reliability theory for engineered wood structures.
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