The EN Eurocodes are a series of 10 European Standards, EN 1990 - EN 1999, providing a common approach for the design of buildings and other civil engineering works and construction products. They are the recommended means of giving a presumption of conformity with the basic requirements of the Construction Products Regulation for construction works and products. The EN Eurocodes include 10 standards (EN 1990 - 1999) covering various subjects related to construction.
|EN 1990||Eurocode: Basis of structural design|
|EN 1991||Eurocode 1: Actions on structures|
|EN 1992||Eurocode 2: Design of concrete structures|
|EN 1993||Eurocode 3: Design of steel structures|
|EN 1994||Eurocode 4: Design of composite steel and concrete structures|
|EN 1995||Eurocode 5: Design of timber structures|
|EN 1996||Eurocode 6: Design of masonry structures|
|EN 1997||Eurocode 7: Geotechnical design|
|EN 1998||Eurocode 8: Design of structures for earthquake resistance|
|EN 1999||Eurocode 9: Design of aluminium structures|
Eurocodes made up of 10 European Standards for structural design and under each of the codes, it is further divided into a number of Parts covering specific subject e.g. Part 1-1 covers the design of buildings and other civil engineering structures, Part 1-2 covers fire design.
Eurocodes are adopted quite extensively in Singapore Standards pertaining to structural design, concrete and steel structures either fully or in parts. You can search for such standards in Singapore Standards Online using Eurocode in the search box under "Text" or "Title". Standards that are identical implementation with Eurocodes start with SS EN and will have Eurocode in the standard title. The same applies to Eurocodes adopted by the British Standards.