• There are no items in your cart
We noticed you’re not on the correct regional site. Switch to our AMERICAS site for the best experience.
Dismiss alert

AS/NZS 1170.0:2002

Current
Current

The latest, up-to-date edition.

Structural design actions General principles
Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF 1 User , PDF 3 Users , PDF 5 Users , PDF 9 Users

Published date

04-06-2002

Preview

Provides the procedure for structural design. It includes design procedures, reference to design actions (other parts of the series), combinations of actions, detailing for robustness, methods of analysis and methods for confirmation of a limit states design. It also covers the use of special studies and experimental testing and, for New Zealand, criteria for selection of annual probability of exceedance. Information is given in appendices on selection of serviceability criteria.

This Standard specifies general procedures and criteria for the structural design of a building or structure in limit states format. It covers limit states design, actions, combinations of actions, methods of analysis, robustness and confirmation of design.The Standard is applicable to the structural design of whole buildings or structures and theirelements.This Standard covers the following actions:(a) Permanent action (dead load).(b) Imposed action (live load).(c) Wind.(d) Snow.(e) Earthquake.(f) Liquid pressure.(g) Ground water.(h) Rainwater ponding.(i) Earth pressure.NOTES:1 Where this Standard does not give information required for design, special studies should be carried out. Guidance is given in Appendix A.2 Where testing is used to determine data for design or to confirm a design, guidance on methods is given in Appendix B.3 Normal design practice is that all likely actions be considered. Any actions considered indesign that are not in the above list should be the subject of special studies, as they are not covered by this Standard.4 Additional information on other actions such as movement effects, construction loads and accidental actions is given in the Commentary (see Preface).5 Movement effects include actions on structures resulting from expansion or contraction of materials of construction (such as those due to creep, temperature or moisture content changes) and also those resulting from differential ground settlement. Serviceability may be particularly affected by such actions.6 Guidance on criteria for serviceability is given in Appendix C, which have been found to be generally suitable for importance level 2 buildings. Structures of special importance or structures where more stringent criteria are appropriate may require the stated criteria to be tightened.

Committee
BD-006
DocumentType
Standard
ISBN
0 7337 4469 9
Pages
30
PublisherName
Standards Australia
Status
Current
Supersedes
UnderRevision

Draft Amendment 3 see DR 02591 CP First published in Australia as part of AS CA1-1933.Second edition AS CA1-1939.AS CA1-1939 revised and redesignated in part as Int 350-1952.Int 350-1952 revised and redesignated in part as AS CA34.1-1969.AS CA34.1-1969 revised and redesignated as AS 1170.1-1971.Second edition AS 1170.1-1981.AS 2867 first published 1986.Third edition AS 1170.1-1989.First published in New Zealand as part of NZS 1900:1964.NZS 1900:1964 revised and redesignated in part as NZS 4203:1976.Second edition NZS 4203:1984.Third edition NZS 4203:1992.AS 1170.1-1989, AS 2867-1986, and NZS 4203:1992 jointly revised, amalgamated and redesignated in part as AS/NZS 1170.0:2002. Originated in Australia as part of AS CA1-1933. Originated in New Zealand as part of NZS 1900:1964. Previous Australian editions AS 1170.1-1989 and AS 2867-1986. Previous New Zealand edition NZS 4203:1992. AS 1170.1-1989, AS 2867-1986, and NZS 4203:1992 jointly revised, amalgamated and redesignated in part as AS/NZS 1170.0:2002. Reissued incorporating Amendment No. 1 (January 2003). Reissued incorporating Amendment No. 2 (November 2003). Reissued incorporating Amendment No. 4 (April 2005). Reissued incorporating Amendment No. 3 (April 2011). Reissued incorporating Amendment No. 5 (September 2011). Originated in Australia as part of AS CA1-1933. Originated in New Zealand as part of NZS 1900:1964. Previous Australian editions AS 1170.1-1989 and AS 2867-1986. Previous New Zealand edition NZS 4203:1992. AS 1170.1-1989, AS 2867-1986, and NZS 4203:1992 jointly revised, amalgamated and redesignated in part as AS/NZS 1170.0:2002. Reissued incorporating Amendment No. 1 (January 2003). Reissued incorporating Amendment No. 2 (November 2003). Reissued incorporating Amendment No. 4 (April 2005). Reissued incorporating Amendment No. 3 (April 2011). Reissued incorporating Amendment No. 5 (September 2011).

HB 77.3-1996 Australian Bridge Design Code Foundations
AS 1418.17-1996 Cranes (including hoists and winches) Design and construction of workboxes (Reconfirmed 2016)
HB 77.5-1996 Australian Bridge Design Code Concrete
AS 3826-1998 Strengthening existing buildings for earthquake
AS 1418.13-1996 Cranes (including hoists and winches) Building maintenance units
AS 1418.1-1994 Cranes (including hoists and winches) - General requirements
AS 1418.14-1996 Cranes (including hoists and winches) Requirements for cranes subject to arduous working conditions
AS 3610-1995 Formwork for concrete
AS 1418.3-1997 Cranes, hoists and winches Bridge, gantry, portal (including container cranes) and jib cranes (Reconfirmed 2016)
AS 2156.2-2001 Walking tracks Infrastructure design
HB 77.0-1996 Australian Bridge Design Code Conversion and list of parts
AS/NZS 1170.1:2002 Structural design actions Permanent, imposed and other actions
AS 1170.3-1990 Minimum design loads on structures (known as the SAA Loading Code) - Snow loads
AS 1418.18-2001 Cranes, hoists and winches Crane runways and monorails
HB 77.6-1996 Australian Bridge Design Code Steel and Composite Construction Code
AS 1418.5-1995 Cranes (including hoists and winches) - Mobile and vehicle-loading cranes
AS 1418.12-1991 Cranes (including hoists and winches) Crane collector systems (Reconfirmed 2016)
HB 77.8-1996 Australian Bridge Design Code - Railway Supplement (Sections 1-5) Code
AS 1418.7-1999 Cranes (including hoists and winches) Builders hoists and associated equipment
AS/NZS 4673:2001 Cold-formed stainless steel structures
AS/NZS 4676:2000 Structural design requirements for utility services poles
AS 1170.4-1993 Minimum design loads on structures (known as the SAA Loading Code) Earthquake loads
AS/NZS 1576.1:1995 Scaffolding General requirements
AS 3995-1994 Design of steel lattice towers and masts
AS 4040.3-1992 Methods of testing sheet roof and wall cladding Resistance to wind pressures for cyclone regions (Reconfirmed 2016)
AS/NZS 1170.2:2002 Structural design actions Wind actions
AS 1418.15-1994 Cranes (including hoists and winches) - Concrete placing equipment
AS 1418.2-1997 Cranes (including hoists and winches) Serial hoists and winches
HB 77.1-1996 Australian Bridge Design Code General
HB 77.2-1996 Australian Bridge Design Code Design loads
AS 4678-2002 Earth-retaining structures
AS 3962-2001 Guidelines for design of marinas
AS 2159-1995 Piling - Design and installation
ISO 22111:2007 Bases for design of structures General requirements
AS 1418.4-2001 Cranes (including hoists and winches) - Tower cranes
AS 1418.10-1996 Cranes (including hoists and winches) - Elevating work platforms
AS 1418.16-1997 Cranes (including hoists and winches) Mast climbing work platforms
HB 77.7-1996 Australian Bridge Design Code Rating Code
HB 77.4-1996 Australian Bridge Design Code Bearings and Deck Joints
AS 2327.1-1996 Composite structures - Simply supported beams
AS 1418.8-1989 Cranes (including hoists and winches) (known as the SAA Crane Code) - Special purpose appliances
AS 1418.6-1988 Cranes (including hoists and winches) (known as the SAA Crane Code) - Guided storing and retrieving appliances

AS 2304:2019 Water storage tanks for fire protection systems
AS 1720.4-2006 Timber structures Fire resistance for structural adequacy of timber members
AS/NZS 1576.1:2010 Scaffolding General requirements
AS 2118.1:2017 Automatic fire sprinkler systems General systems
AS/NZS 1170.1:2002 Structural design actions Permanent, imposed and other actions
AS/NZS 4600:2018 Cold-formed steel structures
AS 1657-2013 Fixed platforms, walkways, stairways and ladders - Design, construction and installation
AS/NZS 7000:2016 Overhead line design
AS 4997-2005 Guidelines for the design of maritime structures
AS 1210-2010 Pressure vessels (Reconfirmed 2021)
AS/NZS 4600:2005 Cold-formed steel structures
AS 4084-2012 Steel storage racking
AS 4722-2009 Passenger ropeways and passenger conveyors
AS/NZS 4994.4:2018 Temporary edge protection Perimeter Protection Screens
AS 3700 SUPP 1-2004 Masonry structures - Commentary (Supplement to AS 3700-2001)
HB 49.1-1993 Sporting Facilities Manual Sports lighting
AS 1684.2-2006 Residential timber-framed construction Non-cyclonic areas (SEE IMPORTANT NOTE)
AS 2159-2009 Piling - Design and installation
AS 1562.1:2018 Design and installation of metal roof and wall cladding Metal
AS/NZS 1170.2:2002 Structural design actions Wind actions
AS 5216:2018 Design of post-installed and cast-in fastenings in concrete
AS 3700:2018 Masonry Structures
HB 867-2007 Supplementary information for design of farm structures
AS/NZS 2041.1:2011 Buried corrugated metal structures Design methods
SA HB 108-2013 Timber design handbook
AS 4685.0:2017 Playground equipment and surfacing Development, installation, inspection, maintenance and operation
AS 2067-2008 Substations and high voltage installations exceeding 1 kV a.c.
AS 3700-2011 Masonry structures
AS 4773.1-2010 Masonry in small buildings - Design
AS 4055-2006 Wind loads for housing
AS 4285:2019 Rooflights
AS 3600:2018 Concrete structures
AS/NZS 2843.1:2006 Timber preservation plants Timber preservation plant site design (Reconfirmed 2016)
AS/NZS 2589:2007 Gypsum linings - Application and finishing
AS 2327.1-2003 Composite structures Simply supported beams
AS/NZS 1170.1 SUPP 1:2002 Structural design actions Permanent, imposed and other actions - Commentary (Supplement to AS/NZS 1170.1:2002) (Reconfirmed 2016)
AS 5100.5:2017 Bridge design Concrete
AS 2316.1-2009 Artificial climbing structures and challenge courses Fixed and mobile artificial climbing and abseiling walls
AS 5100.1:2017 Bridge design Scope and general principles
AS 3600-2009 Concrete structures
AS/NZS 7000:2010 Overhead line design - Detailed procedures
AS 2067:2016 Substations and high voltage installations exceeding 1 kV a.c.
AS 1288-2006 Glass in buildings - Selection and installation
AS/NZS 2589:2017 Gypsum linings - Application and finishing
AS/NZS 4666:2012 Insulating glass units
AS 4425:2020 Above‑ground burial structures
AS/NZS 2327:2017 Composite structures - Composite steel-concrete construction in buildings
AS/NZS 4284:2008 Testing of building facades
AS 1170.4-2007 Structural design actions Earthquake actions in Australia (Reconfirmed 2018)
AS 5100.2-2004 Bridge design - Design loads
AS 4440-2004 Installation of nailplated timber roof trusses
AS 1720.1-2010 Timber structures Design methods
AS/NZS 5131:2016 Structural steelwork - Fabrication and erection
AS 5100.2:2017 Bridge design Design loads
AS 1657:2018 Fixed platforms, walkways, stairways and ladders - Design, construction and installation
AS 2304-2011 Water storage tanks for fire protection systems
AS/NZS 5100.6:2017 Bridge design Steel and composite construction
AS 4324.1:2017 Mobile equipment for continuous handling of bulk materials General requirements for the design of steel structures
AS 3850-2003 Tilt-up concrete construction
AS/NZS 1170.2:2011 Structural design actions Wind actions (Reconfirmed 2016)
HB 125-2007 The glass and glazing handbook (including guide to AS 1288, Glass in buildings - Selection and installation)

View more information
$122.40
Including GST where applicable

Access your standards online with a subscription

Features

  • Simple online access to standards, technical information and regulations.

  • Critical updates of standards and customisable alerts and notifications.

  • Multi-user online standards collection: secure, flexible and cost effective.

Need help?
Call us on 131 242, then click here to start a Screen Sharing session
so we can help right away! Learn more