BS EN 12390-13:2013 - Testing hardened concrete. Determination of secant modulus of elasticity in compression

BS EN 12390-13:2013

Testing hardened concrete. Determination of secant modulus of elasticity in compression

Status : Current, Work in hand   Published : November 2013

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This European Standard specifies the method for the determination of the secant modulus of elasticity in compression of hardened concrete on test specimens which may be cast or taken from a structure. The test method allows the determination of two secant moduli of elasticity: the initial modulus, EC,0 measured at first loading and the stabilized modulus, EC,S measured after three loading cycles. Two different test methods are given. The first (method A) is for determination of both initial and stabilized moduli, the second (method B) is for determination of stabilized modulus only.




Standard NumberBS EN 12390-13:2013
TitleTesting hardened concrete. Determination of secant modulus of elasticity in compression
StatusCurrent, Work in hand
Publication Date30 November 2013
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 12504-1:2009, EN 12390-4, ISO 9513, EN ISO 9513, EN 12390-2, EN 12390-1, EN 12390-3
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 12350-1
ReplacesBS 1881-121:1983
International RelationshipsEN 12390-13:2013
Amended ByCorrigendum, July 2019
DescriptorsCement and concrete technology, Modulus of elasticity, Concretes, Elasticity
ICS91.100.30
Title in FrenchEssais pour béton durci Détermination du module sécant d'élasticité en compression
Title in GermanPrüfung von Festbeton Bestimmung des Elastizitätsmoduls unter Druckbelastung (Sekantenmodul)
CommitteeB/517/1
ISBN978 0 539 05598 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages18
File Size605 KB
Price£130.00


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