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No EC8 in ETABS???

No EC8 in ETABS???

No EC8 in ETABS???

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After building the whole model, setting up the analysis and getting ready for EC8 seismic design.....ooops actually there is no EC8 IN ETABS.
That one i didnt expect, is there any other code covered by ETABS that uses capacity design?

RE: No EC8 in ETABS???

(OP)
There are various codes in etabs, is there any code that uses capacity design?

RE: No EC8 in ETABS???

EC8 is considered if codes EN1993-2005 or EN1992-2005 are chosen for steel and concrete design respectively.

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RE: No EC8 in ETABS???

EC 8 is considered in ETABS when perforating special seismic analysis for certain ductile elements. refer to below:

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