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NR/L3/AMG/00114 - Buried Services Data Provision
June 1, 2008 - NR

Purpose and Scope To specify the process for the supply of buried services information so that: • A common process is followed throughout Network Rail • The process can be communicated to those involved in the process and other interested parties • The roles and responsibilities of the...

Buried Pipe Design, Third Edition
January 1, 2008 - MCGRAW

New material and updated codes and standards makes this edition a must-have for those working with buried pipe systems. Buried Pipe Design identifies and explains everything you needto know to confidently design, install, replace, and rehabilitate buried pipe systems. Written...

Structural Mechanics of Buried Pipes
December 6, 1999 - CRC

Buried pipes are a highly efficient method of transport. In fact, only open channels are less costly to construct. However, the structural mechanics of buried pipes can be complicated, and imprecisions in the properties of the soil envelope are usually too great to justify lengthy,...

JIS G 3537 - Zinc-coated steel wire strands
September 20, 2011 - JSA

This Japanese Industrial Standard specifies the zinc-coated steel wire strands (hereafter referred to as "steel wire strand") used for overhead ground wires, buried ground wires, messenger wires, supporting cables for electric power lines and electric communication lines...

Buried Structures: Static and Dynamic Strength
December 20, 1984 - CRC

Much of the infrastructure of modern society is buried below ground. Pipeline, conduits and culverts carry the services on which our economies depend and the strength and resilience of such structures is of vital importance. Larger underground construction is becoming more common in cities...

API PUBL 4716 - Buried Pressurized Piping Systems Leak Detection Guide
April 1, 2002 - API

INTRODUCTION Background Because of the complex physical configuration and unique operational characteristics of buried pressurized piping systems found in petroleum product terminals and airport hydrant fueling systems, proven leak detection technologies have not previously been available....

Buried Rigid Pipes
April 1, 1984 - CRC

Preface In wntmg a book of this nature that will have reasonably general application the authors are confronted at the outset with the problem that although theory remains much the same everywhere, constructional practices that affect the design of pipelines are prone to vary, being influenced by...

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SNZ AS/NZS 2566.2 - Buried flexible pipelines Part 2: Installation
August 12, 2002 - SNZ

This Standard specifies requirements for the installation, field testing and commissioning of buried flexible pipelines with structural design in accordance with AS/NZS 2566.1. These pipelines rely primarily upon side support to resist vertical loads without excessive deformation by adopting...

ITU-T L.43 - Optical fibre cables for buried application
August 1, 2015 - ITU-T

Optical fibre cables are traditionally used in trunk line networks, but their use is expanding rapidly to access networks. Today, many cables are buried in order to respect the environmental landscape, to reduce network construction costs or to reduce the extension of...

NR/L2/AMG/1020 - Buried Services Data Provision (aka NR/L2/AIF/1020)
December 1, 2008 - NR

This standard applies to all persons who plan or carry out ground disturbance work on Network Rail infrastructure or work that interfaces with that infrastructure. This standard delivers the complete process for the supply of buried services information from original search request through...

NR/L2/AMG/1040 - Buried Services Data Feedback (aka NR/L2/AIF/1040)
December 1, 2008 - NR

This Network Rail standard covers the feedback of information on buried services from a work site. This standard is mandatory and applies to works and activities planned or undertaken in the vicinity of those buried services located on Network Rail owned infrastructure. The following...

NR/L3/INI/CP0026 - Process for Locating Buried Services Prior to Ground Penetration
June 1, 2008 - NR

This standard applies to all persons, including contractors, engaged to carry out works on Network Rail Infrastructure. It is intended to reduce the risk of damage to buried services during the process of carrying out ground penetration works on the Railway Infrastructure. Purpose This...

BS 7769-3.1 - Electric Cables - Calculation of the Current Rating - Part 3: Sections on Operating Conditions - Section 3.1 Reference Operating Conditions and Selection of Cable Type
February 15, 1997 - BSI

Applicable to steady-state operation of cables at all alternating voltages and direct voltages up to 5 kV, both buried and in air.

ASTM G158-98(2021) - Standard Guide for Three Methods of Assessing Buried Steel Tanks
August 1, 2021 - ASTM International

4.1 This guide provides three methods for determining the suitability of a buried steel tank to be upgraded with cathodic protection. 4.2 This guide may be used to assess any UST, including non-regulated USTs. 4.3 This guide provides three alternative methods but does not recommend any...

DS/EN 13636 - Cathodic protection of buried metallic tanks and related piping
August 31, 2004 - DS

This document specifies the principles for the implementation of a system of cathodic protection against corrosive attacks on buried metal tanks and associated piping.