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Amendment to IRC:112-2011

Amendment No. 1/ IRC:112-2011 / January 2014


To
IRC:112-2011 Code of Practice for Concrete Road Bridges
S. No

Clause No. &


Page No.

3.2.2
(Page 12)

fpk characteristic tensile strength of fpk characteristic tensile strength of


prestressing steel
prestressing steel which is same as fp
corresponding to breaking load given in the
relevant IS codes listed in Table 18.2

6.2.2 Note: (2) Value of uk shall be taken from the Value of uk shall be taken as the uniform
Fig.6.2
standard governing the manufacture of elongation given in the standard governing
reinforcement.
the manufacture of reinforcement.
(Page 30)
10.4.4

The design punching shear resistance The design punching shear resistance shall
(MPa) of slab may be calculated as be assessed at the basic control perimeter,
follows:
according to Clause 10.4.2. The design
punching shear resistance (MPa) of slab may
be calculated as follows:

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(Page 103)

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For

15.3.1.2

(Page 163)

The minimum cover for post tensioned


ducts shall not be less than maximum
of the outer diameter of ducts or
75 mm.

The minimum cover for post tensioned ducts


shall not be less than 75 mm. Local reduction
in cover at externally jointed locations of
ducts is acceptable.

(local reduction in spacing at


externally jointed locations of ducts is
acceptable).

16.9 (1)

(Page 186)

Deep beams can be designed using Deep beams (span/depth ratio less than 3)
appropriate elastic models or by plastic can be designed using appropriate elastic
methods.
models or by plastic methods.

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Errata to IRC:112-2011
Errata No. 1/IRC:112-2011/January 2014
To
IRC112-2011 Code of Practice for Concrete Road Bridges
S No. Clause No. &
Page No.
10.3.4
(Page 95)

2.

13.5
(Page 136)

3.

15.2.6.1 (4)
(Page 159)

4.

15.11

VEdi VRdi

vEdi vRdi

VEdi is the interface shear stress

vEdi is the interface shear stress

VRdi is the resisting capacity at section

vRdi is the resisting capacity at section

VEdi = VEd /zbi

vEdi = vEd /zbi

Requirements given in this Clause are in Requirements given in this Clause are in
addition to those given in Clause 16.11
addition to those given in Clause 16.14
When large bars are used, adequate crack
control shall be ensured either by using
surface reinforcement as per Clause
16.2.4.2, or by calculation as per Section
12.

5.

16.7.1 (3)
(Page 185)

ac < 0.5 hc

ac 0.5 hc

16.7.1 (4)
(Page 185)

In corbels with ac > hc

In corbels with ac > 0.5 hc

As.stirrup 0.5 fcd/fyd

As.stirrup 0.5 FEd /fyd

16.7.1 (4)
(Page 185)
Eq. 16.12

6.

When large bars are used, adequate crack


control shall be ensured either by using
surface reinforcement as per Clause
16.5.4 (4), or by calculation as per
Section 12.

fctd (t) is the design tensile strength at time fctd (t) is the design tensile strength at time
of release t (Refer Clause 6.4.3.3) taken of release t (Refer Clause 6.4.2.3) taken
as 0.7 ftm (t)/c
as 0.7 fctm (t)/c

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(Page 166)

Read

1.

For

Annexure A2 1.
Clause A2.9

Fig A2-4
Strength

Figure A2-4 2.

nfcd

Rectangular

Tensile 1.
2.

Fig A2-4 Rectangular


Distribution
fcd

Stress

(Page 243)
7.

Clause 16.7.1 Figure shown below

Corrected Figure shown below

(Page 186)

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Errata No. 1/IRC:112-2011/January 2014


As existing in the code
ac

ac

Provide chamfer to avoid re-entrant corners in 16.7a) and 16.7 b)

Note :

ac

Fig. 16.7 Reinforcement of a Corbel

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As Amended:

Note :

Provide chamfer to avoid re-entrant corners in 16.7a), 16.7 b) and 16.7 c).
Fig. 16.7 Reinforcement of a Corbel

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