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17 -Regarding partial factors, bear in mind that the design values shown depend on calculation settings, which in turn depend on annexes. The Annexes themselves go into greater detail, but the below items may be considered a summary. Material design values shown for ultimate limit states will be dependant of partial factors, and for serviceability limit states, the characteristic values will be shown.
17 +Regarding partial factors, bear in mind that the design values shown depend on calculation settings, which in turn depend on annexes. The Annexes themselves go into greater detail, for more information about these settings consult the Exposure class and Concrete cover pages.
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19 +Material design values shown for ultimate limit states will be dependant of partial factors, and for serviceability limit states, the characteristic values will be shown.
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19 19  |(% style="width:34px" %)[[image:iconfinder_flag-united-kingdom_748024.png]]|(% style="width:949px" %)The British annex defines a W/c ratio depending on current exposure class. This calculation option affects the required cover according to Table NA.2 and NA.3 in the British annex.
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21 21  The Danish annex defines environmental classes instead of exposure classes. They relate to each other as follows:
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