## Description

Geometry | Cross-section: | |
---|---|---|

Material: | C25/30 | |

Concrete cover: | ||

Load | Self-weight: Dead loads: |
neglected at end of span |

Internal forces | ||

Standard | EN 1992-1-1 [- -] | |

Reinforcement |

## Independent reference results

## Diamonds results and comparison

**Shear reinforcement calculated by Diamonds
The thin line, corresponds to the required shear reinforcement (86mm²/m), the thick line corresponds to the minimum shear reinforcement (160mm²/m)**

Results | Independent reference | Diamonds | Difference |
---|---|---|---|

Required shear reinforcement | 86 mm²/m | 86 mm²/m | 0% |

Minimum shear reinforcement | 160 mm²/m | 160 mm²/m | 0% |

## References

- EN 1992-1-1: 2005 + AC: 2010
- Van Hooymissen, L., Spegelaere, M., Van Gysel, A., & De Vylder, W. (2002).
*Gewapend beton*. Academia Press

Keep in mind that the calculations in this book are made done using the NBN B15-002/ ENV 1992-1. Both old standards. However, this book still remains a good reference if you want to understand how reinforcement calculations work. - Gruyaert, E., & Minne, P. (2019). Gewapend beton: numeri.

This reference is a summary of*Gewapend beton (2002)*but with updated formula and principles according to EN 1992-1-1. This document contains multiple graphs and tables helping the design of reinforced concrete.

- Tested in Diamonds 2024r01.