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LUL - S1351 - STATION DESIGN - ISSUE A5 Organization: LUL
Date: 2017-05-01
Description: This Standard applies to station design, including the appearance of customer amenities and facilities, materials and finishes in the following areas: Station exteriors, entrances and exits, Ticket halls, Routeways, Customer facing lifts, escalators and staircases, Platforms and waiting areas, Staff accommodation which is visible to customers, Lighting, Cables and Cable Management Systems (CMS), Customer facing products.
LUL - 1-351 - STATION DÉCOR DESIGN - ISSUE A4 Organization: LUL
Date: 2007-01-01
Description: This standard applies to station décor design in the following areas: • Station décor planning; • Station entrances/exits and exteriors of stations; • Materials and finishes; • Cables and services; • Use of colour; • Lifts and escalators;  • Waiting rooms and waiting areas.
LUL - S1095 - SMVT LIFTS (INCLUDING FIREFIGHTERS AND EVACUATION LIFTS) - ISSUE A4 Organization: LUL
Date: 2016-03-01
Description: This Standard applies to lifts that are used as a Secondary Means of Vertical Transportation in the station which shall be referred to as SMVT lifts. Lifts that are used as a Primary Means of Vertical Transportation in the station shall be referred to as PMVT lifts.
LUL - S1093 - PMVT LIFTS (INCLUDING MANAGED EVACUATION LIFTS) - ISSUE A5 Organization: LUL
Date: 2016-03-01
Description: They shall be referred to as PMVT lifts. Lifts that are used as a Secondary Means of Transportation in a LU station shall be referred to as SMVT lifts.
DS/EN 14502-2 - CRANES - EQUIPMENT FOR THE LIFTING OF PERSONS - PART 2: ELEVATING CONTROL STATIONS Organization: DS
Date: 2008-05-22
Description: This European Standard does not apply to control stations which will move with a load or a load lifting attachment.This European Standard does not apply to lifts for crane drivers.
UFC 3-230-13A - WATER SUPPLY: PUMPING STATIONS Organization: UFC
Date: 2004-01-16
Description: This manual provides guidance and criteria for the design of high lift and water booster pumping stations in potable water distribution systems.
LUL - S2300 - CHANGE TO STATIONS ASSETS CSA - ISSUE A2 Organization: LUL
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: Purpose  The purpose of this Standard is to define the accountabilities, responsibilities and activities of the "Change to Stations Assets" (change control) process. Encompassing Asset changes within Lifts & Escalators, Communications & Electrical Systems, Pumps, Premises Equipment, Fire Systems & Mechanical Systems.
CEN - EN 1570-1 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR LIFTING TABLES - PART 1: LIFTING TABLES SERVING UP TO TWO FIXED LANDINGS - INCORPORATES AMENDMENT A1: 2014 Organization: CEN
Date: 2011-10-01
Description: This European Standard does not apply to the following equipment: - lifting tables, serving more than 2 fixed landings of a building, for lifting goods with a vertical travel speed not exceeding 0,15 m/s (EN 1570-2); - lifting tables, serving more than 2 fixed landings of a building for lifting operators, with a vertical travel speed not exceeding 0,15 m/s (EN 1570-3); - lifting tables carrying operators and installed in full enclosures (EN 1570-3); - permanently and temporarily installed lifting tables, serving specific levels of a building for lifting operators, with a vertical travel speed exceeding 0,15 m/s (EN 81-1 and EN 81-2); - lifting tables with flat or toothed belts lifting systems for the carrying of operators; - lifting tables whose vertical travel speed exceeds 0,15 m/s (unless safe by position and non person carrying); - power operated lifting platforms for persons with impaired mobility (EN 81-41); - mobile lifting tables for airport ground support equipment (EN 1915-2 and EN 12312-1); - lifting tables which are designed as part of a lift according to Directive (95/16/EC); - lifting tables used on ships; - mobile elevating work platforms (EN 280); - static elevating work platforms; - vehicle lifts for maintenance (EN 1493); - mobile lifting tables used for fire fighting (EN 1777); - mobile lifting tables used as fork lift trucks and order pickers; - mobile lifting tables with a horizontal travelling speed of more than 1,6 m/s; - rail dependent storage and retrieval equipment (EN 528); - theatre stage lifts intended to move performers; - scissor lift pallet trucks (EN ISO 3691-5); - suspended lifting tables; - lifting tables operated by pushing chains.
TSE - TS EN 1570-1+A1 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR LIFTING TABLES - PART 1: LIFTING TABLES SERVING UP TO TWO FIXED LANDINGS Organization: TSE
Date: 2014-12-24
Description: mobile lifting tables for airport groundsupport equipment (EN 1915-2 and EN 12312-1); ? lifting tableswhich are designed as part of a lift according to Directive(95/16/EC); ? lifting tables used on ships; ?
DIN EN 1570-1 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR LIFTING TABLES - PART 1: LIFTING TABLES SERVING UP TO TWO FIXED LANDINGS (INCLUDES AMENDMENT A1:2014) Organization: DIN
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: 1.4 This European Standard does not apply to the following equipment: - lifting tables, serving more than 2 fixed landings of a building, for lifting goods with a vertical travel speed not exceeding 0,15 m/s (EN 1570-2); - lifting tables, serving more than 2 fixed landings of a building for lifting operators, with a vertical travel speed not exceeding 0,15 m/s (EN 1570-3); - lifting tables carrying operators and installed in full enclosures (EN 1570-3); - permanently and temporarily installed lifting tables, serving specific levels of a building for lifting operators, with a vertical travel speed exceeding 0,15 m/s (EN 81-1 and EN 81-2); - lifting tables with flat or toothed belts lifting systems for the carrying of operators; - lifting tables whose vertical travel speed exceeds 0,15 m/s (unless safe by position and non person carrying); - power operated lifting platforms for persons with impaired mobility (EN 81-41); - mobile lifting tables for airport ground support equipment (EN 1915-2 and EN 12312-1); - lifting tables which are designed as part of a lift according to Directive (95/16/EC); - lifting tables used on ships; - mobile elevating work platforms (EN 280); - static elevating work platforms; - vehicle lifts for maintenance (EN 1493); - mobile lifting tables used for fire fighting (EN 1777); - mobile lifting tables used as fork lift trucks and order pickers; - mobile lifting tables with a horizontal travelling speed of more than 1,6 m/s; - rail dependent storage and retrieval equipment (EN 528); - theatre stage lifts intended to move performers; - scissor lift pallet trucks (EN ISO 3691-5); - suspended lifting tables; - lifting tables operated by pushing chains.
UFC 3-240-08FA - SANITARY AND INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER COLLECTION: PUMPING STATIONS AND FORCE MAINS Organization: UFC
Date: 2004-01-16
Description: Pumping systems for the handling of sludge, grit and scum are presented in TM 5-814-3/AFM 88-11, Vol. 3. The design of a wastewater pumping station will typically include site improvements, structures, screening and flow monitoring devices, pumping units, pump drives, system controls and instrumentation, mechanical and electrical components, interior piping, underground force mains, valves and appurtenances.
ISO TS 19880-1 - GASEOUS HYDROGEN - FUELLING STATIONS - PART 1: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-07-01
Description: This document is applicable to fuelling for light duty hydrogen land vehicles, but it can also be used as guidance for fuelling buses, trams, motorcycles and fork-lift truck applications, with hydrogen storage capacities outside of current published fuelling protocol standards, such as SAE J2601.
ISO DIS 19880-1 - GASEOUS HYDROGEN - FUELLING STATIONS - PART 1: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Organization: ISO
Date: 2018-02-19
Description: Many of the generic requirements within this Standard are applicable to fueling stations for other hydrogen applications, including but not limited to the following: • fueling stations for motorcycles, fork-lift trucks, trams, trains, fluvial and marine applications; • fueling stations with indoor dispensing; • residential applications to fuel land vehicles; • mobile fueling stations; and • non-public demonstration fueling stations.
ESDU 78010 - THE LIFT ACHIEVABLE BY AEROFOILS HAVING A PARTICULAR FORM OF SUPERCRITICAL UPPER-SURFACE PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION THAT YIELDS ONLY SMALL WAVE DRAG. Organization: ESDU
Date: 1978-05-01
Description: ESDU 78010 gives charts of lift coefficient as a function of Mach number and thickness/chord ratio for a family of aerofoils having a particular form of supercritical upper-surface pressure distribution obtained by adding a local Mach number increment to the flat roof-top portion of pressure distribution used for the aerofoils of ESDU 71019. The charts give realistic design targets for drag-rise Mach number, lift coefficient at drag rise and thickness/chord ratio as well as providing exchange rates between those quantities.
CEN - PREN 17064 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR CABLEWAY INSTALLATIONS DESIGNED TO CARRY PERSONS - PREVENTION AND FIGHT AGAINST FIRE Organization: CEN
Date: 2016-12-01
Description: This standard does not apply to cableway installations for the transportation of goods nor to lifts.
ESDU 71019 - DRAG-RISE MACH NUMBER OF AEROFOILS HAVING A SPECIFIED FORM OF UPPER-SURFACE PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION: CHARTS AND COMMENTS ON DESIGN. Organization: ESDU
Date: 1987-03-01
Description: Charts are presented for estimating drag-rise Mach number as a function of lift coefficient and thickness/chord ratio for a family of aerofoils characterised in viscous flow by a particular form of upper-surface pressure distribution at the drag-rise condition and a given form of thickness distribution.
LUL - S1066 - LIGHTING OF LONDON UNDERGROUND ASSETS - ISSUE A4; INCLUDES WRITTEN NOTICE 2/16/2016 Organization: LUL
Date: 2015-06-01
Description: This standard incorporates the technical requirements from the new Strategy and Service Development (S&SD) Station Design Idiom. The Station Design Idiom shall be gradually implemented across the network; therefore there is a need to retain the legacy lighting requirements during this transition.
UFC 3-240-06A - WASTEWATER COLLECTION AND PUMPING Organization: UFC
Date: 2004-01-16
Description: Alternatives to gravity systems are described, but design criteria is not given.b. Pumping Stations. Facilities covered in these instructions include pump and ejector stations required for (1) removal of sanitary and industrial wastes from remote or low lying areas of sewers, (2) controlled introduction and lifting of raw wastewater into the waste treatment plant, (3) transfer of recycled and bypassed flows throughout the plant, and (4) discharge of treated scum; these facilities are presented in TM 5-814-3/AFM 88-11, Vol. 3.
ARMY TI 814-10 - WASTEWATER COLLECTION Organization: ARMY
Date: 1998-08-03
Description: Alternatives to gravity systems are described, but design criteria is not given. b. Pumping Stations. Facilities covered in these instructions include pump and ejector stations required for (1) removal of sanitary and industrial wastes from remote or low lying areas of sewers, (2) controlled introduction and lifting of raw wastewater into the waste treatment plant, (3) transfer of recycled and bypassed flows throughout the plant, and (4) discharge of treated scum; these facilities are presented in TM 5-814-3/AFM 88-11, Vol. 3.
UFC 3-240-04A - WASTEWATER COLLECTION Organization: UFC
Date: 2004-01-16
Description: Alternatives to gravity systems are described, but design criteria is not given.b. Pumping Stations.Facilities covered in these instructions include pump and ejector stations required for (1) removal of sanitary and industrial wastes from remote or low lying areas of sewers, (2) controlled introduction and lifting of raw wastewater into the waste treatment plant, (3) transfer of recycled and bypassed flows throughout the plant, and (4) discharge of treated scum; these facilities are presented in TM 5-814-3/AFM 88-11, Vol. 3.

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