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INDIAN STANDARD CODES FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING

A large number of Indian Standard (IS) codes are available that are meant for virtually every aspect of civil engineers in their educational or professional life. Civil engineers engaged in construction activities of large projects usually have to refer to a good number of IS codes. Here we enclose the catalog of IS codes for civil engineers….

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indian Standard Codes for Civil Engineering

Some of useful IS Codes for Civil Engineering are separately  listed below:-

* IS: 456-2000– code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete.

* IS: 800-2007 – General Construction In Steel – Code of Practice

* IS: 383-1970 – specifications for fine & coarse aggregate from natural sources for concrete.

* IS: 457-1957– Code of Practice for General Construction of Plain and Reinforced Concrete for Dams and Other Massive Structures

* IS: 516-1959– Method of Tests for Strength of Concrete

* IS: 269-1989–Specification for Ordinary Portland Cement, 33 Grade

* IS: 4926-2003 – Code of Practice Ready-Mixed Concrete

* IS: 8112-1989 – Specification for 43 grade ordinary Portland cement

* IS: 10262-2009 – Guidelines for concrete mix design proportioning

* IS: 12269-1987 – specifications for 53 grade OPC.

* SP: 16-1980 – Design Aids for Reinforced Concrete to IS 456:1978

* IS: 2750-1964 – Steel Scaffoldings

* SP-7: GROUP 1-2005 – NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA 2005 GROUP 1

* IS: 1200-1-1992 – Methods of measurement of building and civil engineering works, Part 1: Earthwork

* IS: 1200-2-1974  – Method of measurement of building and civil engineering works, Part 2: concrete works

* IS: 1200-3-1976 – Method of Measurement of Building and Civil Engineering Works, Part III: Brickwork

* IS: 1200-4-1976 – Method of measurement of building and civil engineering works, Part 4: stone masonry

* IS: 1200-5-1982 – Method of measurement of building and civil engineering works, Part 5: form work

* IS: 1200-6-1974 – Method of measurement of building and civil engineering works, Part 6: refractory work

* IS: 1200-7-1972 – Method of measurement of building and civil engineering works, Part 7: hardware

* IS: 1200-8-1993 – Method of measurement of building and civil engineering works, Part 8: steel work and iron work

* IS: 1200-9-1973 – Method of measurement of building and civil engineering works, Part 9: roof covering (including cladding)

* IS: 1200-10-1973 – Method of measurement of building and civil engineering works, Part 10: ceiling and linings

* IS: 1200-11-1977 – Method of measurement of building and civil engineering works: Part11 paving, floor finishes dado and skirting

* IS: 1200-12-1976 – Method of Measurement of Building and Civil Engineering Works, Part XII: Plastering and Pointing

* IS: 875-1-1987 – Code of Practice For Design Loads (Other Than Earthquake)For Buildings And Structures, Part 1: Dead Loads – Unit Weights of Building Material And Stored Materials (Incorporating IS 1911 : 1967)

* IS: 875-2-1987 – Code of Practice for Design Loads (Other Than Earthquake) For Buildings And Structures, Part 2: Imposed Loads

* IS: 875-3-1987 – Code of Practice for Design Loads (Other than Earthquake) for Buildings and Structures, Part 3: Wind Loads

* IS: 875-4-1987 – Code of Practice For Design Loads (Other Than Earthquake) For Buildings And Structures, Part 4: Snow Loads

* IS: 875-5-1987 – Code of Practice For Design Loads (Other Than Earthquake) For Buildings And Structures, Part 5: Special Loads And Combinations

* IS: 1893-1-2002 – Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures, Part 1: General Provisions and Buildings

* IS: 1893-1984 – Criteria for earthquake resistant design of structures

* IS: 4326-1993 – Code of practice for earthquake resistant design and construction of buildings

* IS: 13827-1993 – Improving earthquake resistance of earthen buildings – Guidelines