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NR/L3/CIV/071 ISSUE 4

Geotechnical Design

active, Most Current
Organization: NR
Publication Date: 4 June 2011
Status: active
Page Count: 38
scope:

This standard is applicable to all types of 'structure', which is defined in BS EN 1990: Basis of structural design as an 'organised combination of connected parts, including fill placed during execution of the construction works, designed to carry loads and provide adequate rigidity'. Thus this standard is applicable to the geotechnical design of all types of building and civil engineering works - such as Earthworks; retaining walls; the foundations, piers, abutments and wing walls of bridges; and foundations to buildings.

This standard does not apply to Track support systems.

Purpose

The purpose of this standard is to define the requirements for geotechnical designs undertaken for Network Rail

Document History

NR/L3/CIV/071 ISSUE 4
June 4, 2011
Geotechnical Design
This standard is applicable to all types of ‘structure', which is defined in BS EN 1990: Basis of structural design as an ‘organised combination of connected parts, including fill placed during...
March 6, 2010
Geotechnical Design
This standard is applicable to all types of ‘structure', which is defined in BS EN 1990: Basis of structural design as an ‘organised combination of connected parts, including fill placed during...
August 7, 2004
Design of Earthworks, Earthworks Remediations & Geotechnical Aspects of Foundations for Structures (aka NR/SP/CIV/071)
This Specification applies to the Design of all Earthworks, Earthwork Remediations and geotechnical aspects of foundations for structures as identified below, for which Network Rail is wholly or...
August 1, 2003
Design of Earthworks and Earthwork Remediations
This Specification applies to the design of all Earthworks and Earthwork Remediations for which Network Rail is wholly or partially responsible, where instability or failure could affect the safety...

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