About Maps Enclosed with Eurocodes

Marina Rajaković


By accepting European norms for construction design, Croatia also accepted the principle of embedding national specificities, primarily referring to natural phenomena (wind, earthquake, snow, temperature) into eachstandard, i.e. to create special annexes for a certain norm with defined national parameters.

In accordance with these standards, the Croatian Standards Institute (Hrvatski zavod za norme – HZN) ordered from the Faculty of Geodesy in Zagreb a cartographic map processing of snow areas, the lowest and highest air temperatures and basic wind speeds for the territory of the Republic of Croatia.

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