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API CODE 26 - RECOMMENDED PRACTICE ON FORM OF AGREEMENT AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR PIPE LINE CROSSINGS UNDER RAILROAD TRACKS
January 1, 1935 - API

Foreword: The following recommended practice on form of agreement and specifications was prepared by the Central Committee on Pipe Line Transportation of the American Petroleum Institute for the guidance of pipe line companies in their negotiations with railroads for constructing,...

API CODE 1102 - RECOMMENDED PRACTICE ON FORM OF AGREEMENT AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR PIPE LINE CROSSINGS UNDER RAILROAD TRACKS
May 1, 1957 - API

Scope of Specifications Pipe lines included under these specifications are those installed to carry oil, gas, gasoline or other flammable or highly volatile substances, under pressure, or any substance which from its nature or pressure might cause damage if escaping on or in vicinity of railway...

MS 35464 - SPIKES, TRACK, SQUARE SHANK, RAILROAD
March 31, 1955 - NPFC
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Ballast Railroad Design: SMART-UOW Approach
July 4, 2018 - CRC

The railway track network plays an essential role in the transportation infrastructure worldwide. A ballasted railroad is commonly used for several reasons, including economic, rapid drainage and ease of maintenance. Given the increasing demand for trains to carry heavier loads,...

ASTM A183 - Standard Specification for Carbon Steel Track Bolts and Nuts
October 1, 2014 - ASTM

This specification covers carbon steel track bolts and carbon steel nuts for use in conjunction with joint bars to connect rails in railroad track. Heat-treated bolts for general track use. Medium carbon nuts for general application on track bolts. The values...

ASTM A3 - Standard Specification for Steel Joint Bars, Low, Medium, and High Carbon (Non-Heat-Treated)
April 10, 2001 - ASTM

This specification covers steel joint bars for connecting steel rails in mine, industrial, and standard railroad track. Three grades of joint bars are defined for applications where non-heat treated bars are suitable: Grade 1, low-carbon, primarily for industrial and mine use. Grade...

GMKOREA EDS-T-5528 - VEHICLE ELECTROMAGNETIC IMMUNITY- MAGNETIC FIELDS
November 4, 2008 - GMKOREA

Applied for all vehicles manufactured by the Company. PURPOSE To test vehicle electromagnetic immunity on electromagnetic environment of low frequency band occurred when GM Daewoo (hereafter called 'the Company') vehicles travels near power station, substation and power transmission railroad...

ASTM A49 - Standard Specification for Heat-Treated Carbon Steel Joint Bars, Microalloyed Joint Bars, and Forged Carbon Steel Compromise Joint Bars
March 1, 2012 - ASTM

This specification covers heat-treated carbon steel joint bars, microalloyed joint bars, and forged compromise joint bars for general use in standard railroad track. The joint bars may be used for the production of insulated joints. The values stated in inch-pound units are to be...

ASTM A67 - Standard Specification for Steel Tie Plates, Low-Carbon and High-Carbon-Hot-Worked
September 10, 2000 - ASTM

This specification covers steel tie plates for use in railroad track. Two grades of tie plates are described: Grade 1, lowcarbon, and Grade 2, high-carbon-hot-worked. The values stated in inch-pound units are to be regarded as standard. The values given in parentheses are mathematical...

UFGS-34 11 19.00 20 - WELDING CRANE AND RAILROAD RAIL - THERMITE METHOD
August 1, 2018 - ARMY

NOTE: This guide specification covers the requirements for welding of crane rail and railroad rail by a thermite process.

ASME Y32.7 - Graphic Symbols for Railroad Maps and Profiles
January 1, 1972 - ASME

FOREWORD (This foreword is not a part of American National Standard Graphic Symbols for Railroad Maps and Profiles Y32.7-1972) This standard supersedes American National Standard Graphical Symbols for Use on Railroad Maps and Profiles, Y32.7-1957. It represents a compilation and...

APA Y255 - Design Concepts: Glulam in Railroad Construction
January 1, 1999 - APA

Discussion of glulam characteristics that make it an ideal product for railroad bridge components

AWS D15.1/D15.1M - Railroad Welding Specification for Cars and Locomotives
January 1, 2012 - AWS

This specification covers the minimum welding requirements applicable to welded structures and cast components used in the railroad industry. It is not intended to apply to tank car tanks nor to the welding of rails. Recommended practices for welding railroad rails and related...

AFR 67-26 - SUPPORT OF RAILROAD EQUIPMENT
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AWS D15.1 - Railroad Welding Specification - Cars and Locomotives
January 1, 2001 - AWS

This specification covers the minimum welding requirements applicable to welded structures used in the railroad industry. It is not intended to apply to tank car tanks, or to the welding of rails. Recommended practices for welding railroad rails and related components are included in...

ASCE GSP 268 - RESILIENT RAILROAD MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES TO MITIGATE CLIMATE CHANGE
January 1, 2016 - ASCE

Preface This Geotechnical Special Publication (GSP) of the ASCE contains 17 papers presented at the GeoChina International Conference on Sustainable Civil Infrastructures: Innovative Technologies for Severe Weathers and Climate Changes; held from July 25 to 27, 2016 in Shangdong, China. Topics...

CSA G279.2 - Steel Wire in Mill Coils for Prestressed Concrete Railroad Ties
September 1, 1984 - CSA

This Standard covers uncoated non-stress-relieved incented wire in mill coils for prestressed concrete tendons used in railroad ties.

MIL-STD-1699 - NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION OF BUTT WELDS IN CRANE AND RAILROAD RAILS
July 17, 1992 - NPFC

This procedure describes the requirements for the nondestructive evaluation of butt welds in crane and railroad rails using visual and ultrasonic inspection techniques.

ASTM A65 - Standard Specification for Steel Track Spikes
May 1, 2007 - ASTM

This specification covers steel track spikes used as fastenings between railroad rails, tie plates, and ties. Three grades of spikes are described, Grades 1, a lower carbon steel; Grade 2, a higher carbon steel; and Grade 3, a carbon structural steel, conforming to Specification A36/...

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