• COM10: Model codes

    COM10: Model codes

  • COM10: Model codes

    COM10: Model codes

Motivation

A central aspect within the mission of the fib is the release of model codes on concrete structures and related subjects. These codes should serve worldwide as the guiding science-based documents offering in a code-type version the state of the art knowledge on the planning, design, construction, execution, operation or in service performance, maintenance, rehabilitation and dismantlement of new and existing concrete structures, respectively. The model codes should meet the latest requirements and technologies in view of aspects related to safety, serviceability, durability, resilience and to fulfil the resilience and sustainability of structures, recognising economic and aesthetic needs of different societies.

Scope and objective of technical work

On this background COM10’s mission consists of initiating and surveying the work on new model codes within its task groups and in coordinating the ongoing work, both based on existing experience and new developments in the field of concrete structures and structural materials. This mission necessitates the organisation of meetings and workshops at different places of the world in order to gather the latest scientific knowledge, new ideas and visions and to actively involve the worldwide technical society.

 

Gordon ClarkCommission Chair
Gordon M. Clark
Akio KasugaDeputy Chair
Akio Kasuga

First name Last name Country Affiliation
- - - -
György L. Balázs Hungary Budapest Univ. of Techn. & Economics
Josée Bastien Canada University Laval
Gordon Clark United Kingdom Consultant
David Fernández-Ordóñez Switzerland fib
Akio Kasuga Japan Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co.Ltd.
Dabin Feng China China Acad. Building Res.
Frank Dehn Germany MFPA Leipzig GmbH
Stef Maas Belgium FEBE
Steinar Helland Norway S Helland Konsult
Giuseppe Mancini Italy Politecnico Torino
Agnieszka Bigaj-van Vliet Netherlands TNO-Built Environment + Geosciences
Joost Walraven Netherlands Delft University of Technology
Jean Michel Torrenti France IFSTTAR
V. N. Heggade India Gammon India Ltd
Gerrie Dieteren Netherlands TNO
Ki Yong Ann Korea, Republic Of Hanyang University
Vyatcheslav Falikman Russian Federation Russian Structural Concr. Assoc.
Jan Vítek Czech Republic -
Stuart Matthews United Kingdom Building Research Establishment Ltd
Hans-Dieter Beushausen South Africa University of Cape Town
Theodore Neff United States General Technologies, Inc.
Harald Müller Germany Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Theodore Neff United States General Technologies, Inc.
Marco di Prisco Italy Politecnico di Milano
Aurelio Muttoni Switzerland EPF Lausanne
Salyendra Ghosh United States S.K. Ghosh Associates, Inc.
Petr Hajek Czech Republic Czech Technical University in Prague
Fernando Rebouças Stucchi Brazil ABECE/EGT
Stephen Foster Australia UNSW Australia
Xilin Lu China Tongji University
Tor Ole Olsen Norway Olav Olsen a.s.
Alberto Meda Italy University of Rome “Tor Vergata”
Tamon Ueda Japan Hokkaido University
Hugo Corres Peiretti Spain FHECOR Ingenieros Consultores
Hans Rudolf Ganz Switzerland Ganz Consulting
Koji Sakai Japan Japan Sustainability Institute
Alfred Strauss Austria Univ. Bodenkultur Vienna
Iswandi Imran Indonesia Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
Frank Papworth Australia BCRC
Larbi Sennour United States The Consulting Engineers Gr., Inc.
Luc Taerwe Belgium Ghent University

  • TG10.1 - Model Code 2020

    TG10.1 aims to produce the first general structural code for new and existing concrete structures which fully integrates the provisions for the design of new concrete structures and matters relating to existing concrete structures, including situations where new structural members are incorporated as parts of existing structures. The TG10.1 project for advancing the fib Model Code for Concrete Structures will use the working title of “fib Model Code 2020”.

    It is anticipated that the format and contents of MC2020 will evolve to suit these forward-looking objectives. The organisation framework for preparation of MC2020 aims at enabling all fib Commissions and other bodies which are working on relevant topics to be adequately linked with the TG10.1. This is being done by engaging all COM chairs (or other appointed representatives of the COM) as TG10.1 members. Since internationalisation of the MC2020 work is the aim, representatives for different regions of the world will also be included as TG10.1 members.


    Stuart MatthewsConvener
    Stuart Matthews

    First name Last name Country Affiliation
    Joost Walraven Netherlands Delft University of Technology
    Agnieszka Bigaj-van Vliet Netherlands TNO-Built Environment + Geosciences
    Giovanni Plizzari Italy University of Brescia
    Alfred Strauss Austria Univ. Bodenkultur Vienna
    Norbert Randl Austria Carinthia Univ. of Applied Sciences
    Giuseppe Mancini Italy Politecnico Torino
    Gerrie Dieteren Netherlands TNO
    Robby Caspeele Belgium Ghent University
    Alberto Meda Italy University of Rome “Tor Vergata”
    Manfred Curbach Germany Technische Univ. Dresden
    Josée Bastien Canada University Laval
    David Fernández-Ordóñez Switzerland fib
    - - - -
    Steinar Helland Norway S Helland Konsult
    Stuart Matthews United Kingdom Building Research Establishment Ltd
    Rolf Eligehausen Germany IWB, Universität Stuttgart
    Maria Rosaria Pecce Italy Università del Sannio
    Hans-Dieter Beushausen South Africa University of Cape Town
    Vladimir Cervenka Czech Republic Cervenka Consulting
    Konrad Bergmeister Austria Univ. Bodenkultur Vienna
    Koji Sakai Japan Japan Sustainability Institute
    Michel Moussard France -
    Luc Taerwe Belgium Ghent University
    Frank Papworth Australia BCRC
    Theodore Neff United States General Technologies, Inc.
    V. N. Heggade India Gammon India Ltd
    Harald Müller Germany Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
    Theodore Neff United States General Technologies, Inc.
    Ki Yong Ann Korea, Republic Of Hanyang University
    Marco di Prisco Italy Politecnico di Milano
    Aurelio Muttoni Switzerland EPF Lausanne
    Salyendra Ghosh United States S.K. Ghosh Associates, Inc.
    Petr Hajek Czech Republic Czech Technical University in Prague
    Albert de la Fuente Antequera Spain Universidad Polytecnica de Catalunya
    Fernando Rebouças Stucchi Brazil ABECE/EGT
    Takumi Shimomura Japan Nagaoka Univ. of Technology
    György L. Balázs Hungary Budapest Univ. of Techn. & Economics
    Hans Rudolf Ganz Switzerland Ganz Consulting
    Frank Dehn Germany MFPA Leipzig GmbH
    Oguzhan Bayrak United States Univ. of Texas at Austin
    John Cairns United Kingdom Heriot-Watt University
    Stephen Foster Australia UNSW Australia
    Giorgio Monti Italy Sapienza Università di Roma
    Niels Høj Switzerland HOJ Consulting GmbH
    Max Hendriks Netherlands -
    Thanasis Triantafillou Greece University of Patras
    Xilin Lu China Tongji University
    Stefano Pampanin New Zealand University of Canterbury
    Tor Ole Olsen Norway Olav Olsen a.s.
    Tamon Ueda Japan Hokkaido University
    Hikaru Nakamura Japan Nagoya University
    Stijn Matthys Belgium Magnel Lab. for Concrete Research
    Hugo Corres Peiretti Spain FHECOR Ingenieros Consultores
    Carmen Andrade Spain Instituto Eduardo Torroja
    Spyros Tsoukantas India Katerra India Pvt. Ltd
    Stef Maas Belgium FEBE
    Brett Pielstick United States Private
    Christoph Gehlen Germany CBM
    Jean Michel Torrenti France IFSTTAR
    Jan Vítek Czech Republic -
    Michael Fardis Greece University of Patras
    S. G. Joglekar India STUP Consultants P. Ltd
    José Campos e Matos Portugal University of Minho
    Paolo Franchin Italy Sapienza Università di Roma
    Tingyu Hao China -
    Josef Hegger Germany RWTH Aachen
    Akio Kasuga Japan Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co.Ltd.
    Peter Mark Germany Ruhr-Universität Bochum
    Aad Van Der Horst Netherlands Delft Univ. of Technology
    Jae-Yeol Cho South Korea, Republic of Seoul National University
    Soobong Shin South Korea, Republic of Inha University
    Michael Haist Germany Leibniz Universität Hannover(KIT)

 

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