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AASHTO GTB - GUIDE FOR SELECTING, LOCATION, AND DESIGNING TRAFFIC BARRIERS Organization: AASHTO
Date: 1977-01-01
Description: Crash cushions function primarily by decelerating errant vehicles to a stop. Roadside barriers (called guardrails, guiderails, guidefences, etc.), median barriers, and bridge rails are the three types of longitudinal barriers.
ASTM F1999 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR INSTALLATION OF RIGID POLY(VINYL CHLORIDE) (PVC) FENCE SYSTEMS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2014-08-01
Description: Residential fence styles may not be designed for balcony or guardrail use. The values stated in inch-pound units are to be regarded as standard.
DS/EN 1993-1-11/AC - EUROCODE 3 - DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES - PART 1-11: DESIGN OF STRUCTURES WITH TENSION COMPONENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2009-06-24
Description: Spiral strand ropes are mainly used as - stay cables for aerials, smoke stacks, masts and bridges - carrying cables and edge cables for light weight structures - hangers or suspenders for suspension bridges - stabilizing cables for cable nets and wood and steel trusses - hand-rail cables for banisters, balconies, bridge rails and guardrails Fully locked coil ropes are fabricated in the diameter range of 20 mm to 180 mm and are mainly used as - stay cables, suspension cables and hangers for bridge construction - suspension cables and stabilizing cables in cable trusses - edge cables for cable nets - stay cables for pylons, masts, aerials Structural strand ropes are mainly used as - stay cables for masts, aerials - hangers for suspension bridges - damper / spacer tie cables between stay cables - edge cables for fabric membranes - rail cables for banister, balcony, bridge and guide rails.
DS/EN 1993-1-11 - EUROCODE 3 - DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES - PART 1-11: DESIGN OF STRUCTURES WITH TENSION COMPONENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2007-01-08
Description: Spiral strand ropes are mainly used as- stay cables for aerials, smoke stacks, masts and bridges- carrying cables and edge cables for light weight structures- hangers or suspenders for suspension bridges- stabilizing cables for cable nets and wood and steel trusses- hand-rail cables for banisters, balconies, bridge rails and guardrailsFully locked coil ropes are fabricated in the diameter range of 20 mm to 180 mm and are mainly used as- stay cables, suspension cables and hangers for bridge construction- suspension cables and stabilizing cables in cable trusses- edge cables for cable nets- stay cables for pylons, masts, aerialsStructural strand ropes are mainly used as- stay cables for masts, aerials- hangers for suspension bridges- damper / spacer tie cables between stay cables- edge cables for fabric membranes- rail cables for banister, balcony, bridge and guide rails.
DIN EN 1993-1-11 - EUROCODE 3: DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES - PART 1-11: DESIGN OF STRUCTURES WITH TENSION COMPONENTS (INCLUDES CORRIGENDUM AC:2009) Organization: DIN
Date: 2010-12-01
Description: Spiral strand ropes are mainly used as – stay cables for aerials, smoke stacks, masts and bridges – carrying cables and edge cables for light weight structures – hangers or suspenders for suspension bridges – stabilizing cables for cable nets and wood and steel trusses – hand-rail cables for banisters, balconies, bridge rails and guardrails Fully locked coil ropes are fabricated in the diameter range of 20 mm to 180 mm and are mainly used as – stay cables, suspension cables and hangers for bridge construction – suspension cables and stabilizing cables in cable trusses – edge cables for cable nets – stay cables for pylons, masts, aerials Structural strand ropes are mainly used as – stay cables for masts, aerials – hangers for suspension bridges – damper / spacer tie cables between stay cables – edge cables for fabric membranes – rail cables for banister, balcony, bridge and guide rails.
CSA PLUS 1156 - FALL-ARREST SYSTEMS - PRACTICAL ESSENTIALS - FIRST EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2000-01-01
Description: The second defence is to prevent a fall, through the construction of barriers, guardrails, covers, and so on. This method is widely practised, relatively inexpensive, and quite efficient.

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