This document describes a test method for carrying out road trials on retroreflecting road studs for use in permanent applications. Specifications are given for test sites and for application patterns, and a recommendation is given for the presentation of the results in the form of a test report.
Temporary road studs are covered in Annex D (informative).

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This document specifies the properties of piping system components made from glass-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) based on unsaturated polyester resin (UP). It is suited for all types of water supply, drainage and sewerage with or without pressure. Types of water supply include, but are not limited to, raw water, irrigation, cooling water, potable water, salt water, sea water, penstocks in power plants, processing plants and other water-based applications. This document is applicable to GRP UP piping systems, with flexible or rigid joints with or without end thrust load-bearing capability, primarily intended for use in direct buried installations. NOTEÂ 1Â Â For the purpose of this document, the term polyester resin (UP) also includes vinyl-ester resins (VE). NOTEÂ 2Â Â Piping systems conforming to this document can also be used for non-buried applications, provided the influence of the environment and the supports are considered in the design of the pipes, fittings and joints. NOTEÂ 3Â Â This document can also apply for other installations, such as slip-lining rehabilitation of existing pipes. NOTEÂ 4Â Â ISOÂ 10467 and ISOÂ 10639, which are replaced by this document, are also referenced in ISOÂ 25780, which specifies requirements for GRP-pipes used for jacking installation. The requirements for the hydrostatic pressure design of pipes referring to this document meet the requirements of ISO/TSÂ 20656-1 and the general principle for the reliability of structures detailed in ISOÂ 2394 and in ENÂ 1990. These International Standards provide procedures for the harmonization of design practices and address the probability of failure, as well as possible consequences of failures. The design practices are based on a partial safety factor concept, as well as on risk management engineering. This document is applicable to circular pipes, fittings and their joints of nominal sizes from DNÂ 50 to DNÂ 4000, which are intended to be used for the conveyance of water, sewage and drainage at normal service conditions, with or without pressure.

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This document gives the recommended practise for underground open trench installation and commissioning of thermoplastics piping systems to be used for the conveyance of water under pressure (in addition to EN 805) and for the discharge of wastewater under gravity (in addition to EN 1610) .
In the field of non-pressure underground drainage and sewerage this is reflected in the marking of products by application code "U" and "UD":
-   outside the building structure (U);
-   both buried in ground within the building structure (application area code "D") and outside the
building (application area code "UD").
This document covers also installation and/or connections to valves, manholes, inspection chambers, gullies and other ancillary components in piping systems.
NOTE 1   Code of practise for pipelines for gas supply is covered by EN 12007-series [21].
NOTE 2   Recommended practices for installation of plastic piping systems for soil and waste discharge within the building structure is covered by CEN/TR 13801 [12].
NOTE 3   Practices for underground installation of rainwater infiltration and storage attenuation systems are covered by CEN/TR 17179 [13].
NOTE 4   It is assumed that additional recommendations and/or requirements are detailed in the individual product standards.
NOTE 5    If non-plastic components are part of the plastic system the manufacturer's instructions should be taken into account.
Requirements and instructions concerning commissioning of systems can be found in EN 805 and EN 1610 and the relevant national and/or local regulations. This document gives specific additional recommendations for commissioning relevant for plastic piping systems.
Attention is drawn to any relevant local and/or national regulations (e.g. health, safety and hygienic requirements).

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This International Standard, in conjunction with ISO 11298-1, specifies requirements and test methods for cured-in-place pipes and fittings used for the renovation of underground water supply networks. It applies to the use of various thermosetting resin systems, in combination with compatible fibrous carrier materials and other process-related plastics components.

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This document contains the terms and definitions of general concepts to establish a vocabulary applicable to buildings and civil engineering works.
It comprises:
a) fundamental concepts, which can be the starting point for other, more specific, definitions;
b) more specific concepts, used in several areas of construction and frequently used in standards, regulations and contracts.

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This document establishes requirements for pumping tests as part of geotechnical investigation service
in accordance with EN 1997-1 and EN 1997-2.
This document applies to pumping tests performed on aquifers whose permeability is such that
pumping from a well can create a lowering of the piezometric head within hours or days depending on
the ground conditions and the purpose. It covers pumping tests carried out in soils and rock.
The tests concerned by this document are those intended for evaluating the hydrodynamic parameters
of an aquifer and well parameters, such as:
— permeability of the aquifer,
— radius of influence of pumping,
— pumping rate of a well,
— response of drawdown in an aquifer during pumping,
— skin effect,
— well storage,
— response of recovery in an aquifer after pumping.

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This document describes a test method for measuring a quantity representative of the intrinsic characteristics of airborne sound insulation for traffic noise reducing devices: the sound insulation index.
The test method is intended for the following applications:
-   determination of the intrinsic characteristics of airborne sound insulation of noise reducing devices to be installed along roads, to be measured either in situ or in laboratory conditions;
-   determination of the in situ intrinsic characteristics of airborne sound insulation of noise reducing devices in actual use;
-   comparison of design specifications with actual performance data after the completion of the construction work;
-   verification of the long term performance of noise reducing devices (with a repeated application of the method);
-   interactive design process of new products, including the formulation of installation manuals.
The test method is not intended for the determination of the intrinsic characteristics of airborne sound insulation of noise reducing devices to be installed in reverberant conditions, e.g. inside tunnels or deep trenches or under covers.
Results are expressed as a function of frequency in one-third octave bands, where possible, between 100 Hz and 5 kHz. If it is not possible to get valid measurement results over the whole frequency range indicated, the results will be given in a restricted frequency range and the reasons for the restriction(s) will be clearly reported.

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This document provides terms and definitions for facility management in relation to buildings and civil engineering works. These terms and definitions reflect standardized terminology relevant to construction works needed by those having a responsibility for facility management.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the;
-   approval of training facilities, testing and maintaining the skills of aluminothermic welders and welding trainers. It applies to those aluminothermic welding processes compliant with the requirements of EN 14730-1. It requires that the system for training and testing of welders shall be approved by the railway authority.
-   approval of aluminothermic welding contractors. It applies to those contractors using aluminothermic welding processes compliant with the requirements of EN 14730-1 and who employ welders in the possession of a valid permit to weld as defined in section 4 of this standard.
-   acceptance of the final aluminothermic weld inspections and aluminothermic weld inspectors approved by the railway authority. It does not cover any previous weld inspections by the welder or others.
The standard also applies to aluminothermic welds produced on Vignole railway rail 46 kg/m and above, as contained in EN 13674-1.

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This document provides examples of good practices in stormwater management related to ISOÂ 24536Â and information on standards and guidelines used in various countries.

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This document describes methods for determining air speed and flow direction, CO, NO and NO2 concentrations and visibility in road tunnels using direct-reading instruments. This document specifically excludes requirements relating to instrument conformance testing.

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This document, in conjunction with ISO 11298‑1, specifies requirements and test methods for cured-in-place pipes and fittings used for the renovation of water supply networks, which transport water intended for human consumption, including raw water intake pipelines. It applies to independent (fully structural, class A) and interactive (semi structural, class B) pressure pipe liners, as defined in ISO 11295, which do not rely on adhesion to the existing pipeline. It applies to the use of various thermosetting resin systems, in combination with compatible fibrous carrier materials, reinforcement, and other process-related plastics components (see 5.1). It does not include requirements or test methods for resistance to cyclic loading or the pressure rating of CIPP liners where passing through bends, which are outside the scope of this document. It is applicable to cured-in-place pipe lining systems intended to be used at a service temperature of up to 25 °C. NOTE  For applications operating at service temperatures greater than 25 °C, guidance on re-rating factors can be supplied by the system supplier.

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This document establishes requirements for pumping tests as part of geotechnical investigation service in accordance with EN 1997-1 and EN 1997-2. This document applies to pumping tests performed on aquifers whose permeability is such that pumping from a well can create a lowering of the piezometric head within hours or days depending on the ground conditions and the purpose. It covers pumping tests carried out in soils and rock. The tests concerned by this document are those intended for evaluating the hydrodynamic parameters of an aquifer and well parameters, such as: — permeability of the aquifer, — radius of influence of pumping, — pumping rate of a well, — response of drawdown in an aquifer during pumping, — skin effect, — well storage, — response of recovery in an aquifer after pumping.

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This document describes methods for determining air speed and flow direction, CO, NO and NO2 concentrations and visibility in road tunnels using direct-reading instruments. This document specifically excludes requirements relating to instrument conformance testing.

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This document provides requirements and recommendations for effective planning and design of security measures in the built environment. The purpose of the document is to achieve optimal protection of assets against all kinds of malicious acts, while ensuring functional, financial, and aesthetic aspects. The document describes which methods and routines need to be implemented in various stages of a building or civil engineering works project, as well as the competencies needed to achieve a good result. This document is applicable to new builds, refurbishments and development projects by government and private entities, for various environments, buildings and infrastructure.

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This European Standard specifies the principles of design, sizing, installation, identification, commissioning and maintenance of greywater systems with the purpose of use of greywater on-site.
It applies preferably for the use of treated greywater for:
-   WC flushing;
-   garden watering;
-   laundry;
-   cleaning purposes.
This European Standard also specifies the minimum requirements for greywater systems.
Excluded from the scope of this European Standard are:
-   the use as drinking water and for food preparation;
-   the use for personal hygiene purposes;
-   direct reuse systems for external use e. g. garden watering;
-   product design for specific system components;
-   industrial effluents;
-   heat recovery and cooling demands.
NOTE   Conformity with this European Standard does not exempt from compliance with the obligations arising from local or national regulations.

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This European Standard establishes the general principles for the management and control of operational activities in drain and sewer systems outside buildings and specifies requirements for development and implementation of work programmes, and the selection of techniques.
This document together with EN 14654-1 covers the management and control of inputs from users.
It is applicable to drain and sewer systems from the point where wastewater leaves a building, roof drainage system, or paved area, to the point where it is discharged into a wastewater treatment plant or receiving water body.
Drains and sewers below buildings are included provided that they do not form part of the drainage system of the building.

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This European Standard specifies a visual method of determining the amount and components of coarse foreign matter in reclaimed asphalt. A method for determining the amount and components of finer foreign matter in reclaimed asphalt is given in Annex A. This method does not completely categorise the foreign matter that can occur in asphalt.
NOTE 1   For the use of reclaimed asphalt in asphalt mixtures, it is important to know the components in the reclaimed asphalt and to what extent coarse foreign matter is present that can influence the properties of the asphalt mix.
NOTE 2   The method is not intended to categorise all foreign materials but rather to ensure that the amount of coarse foreign materials are minimised.

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This European Standard establishes requirements for the management and control of operational activities in drain and sewer systems outside buildings and specifies requirements for development and implementation of work programmes, and the selection of techniques.
This part covers the management and control of rehabilitation activities.
It is applicable to drain and sewer systems from the point where wastewater leaves a building, roof drainage system, or paved area, to the point where it is discharged into a wastewater treatment plant or receiving water body.
Drains and sewers below buildings are included provided that they do not form part of the drainage system of the building.

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This European Standard establishes requirements for the management and control of activities in drain and sewer systems outside buildings and specifies requirements for development and implementation of work programmes, and the selection of techniques.
This document covers the management and control of sewer cleaning.
It is applicable to drain and sewer systems from the point where wastewater leaves a building, roof drainage system, or paved area, to the point where it is discharged into a wastewater treatment plant or receiving water body.
Drains and sewers below buildings are included provided that they do not form part of the drainage system of the building.

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This European Standard establishes requirements for the management and control of activities in drain and sewer systems outside buildings and specifies requirements for development and implementation of work programmes, and the selection of techniques.
This document covers general requirements for the management and control of activities.
It is applicable to drain and sewer systems from the point where wastewater leaves a building, roof drainage system, or paved area, to the point where it is discharged into a wastewater treatment plant or receiving water body.
Drains and sewers below buildings are included provided that they do not form part of the drainage system of the building.

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This document specifies the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events, common to self-propelled road-rail machines - henceforward referred to as machines - and associated equipment, arising due to the adaptation for their use on railway networks and urban rail networks. These machines are intended for construction, maintenance and inspection of the railway infrastructure, shunting and emergency rescue vehicles, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer; see Clause 4.
This document deals with the common hazards during assembly and installation, commissioning, travelling on and off track, use including setting, programming, and process changeover, operation, cleaning, fault finding, maintenance and de-commissioning of the machines.
NOTE   Specific measures for exceptional circumstances are not dealt with in this document. They can be subject to negotiation between manufacturer and the machine operator.
The common hazards dealt with include the general hazards presented by the machines, also the hazards presented by the following specific machine functions:
a)   excavation;
b)   ballast tamping, ballast cleaning, ballast regulating, ballast consolidating;
c)   track construction, renewal, maintenance and repair;
d)   lifting;
e)   overhead contact line system renewal / maintenance;
f)   maintenance of the components of the infrastructure;
g)   inspection and measurement of the components of the infrastructure;
h)   working in tunnels;
i)   shunting;
j)   vegetation control;
k)   emergency rescue and recovery;
during commissioning, use, maintenance and servicing.
For a road-rail machine it is assumed that an EU road permissible host vehicle will offer an accepted safety level for its designed basic functions before conversion. Unless explicitly stated otherwise in a particular clause this specific aspect is not dealt with in this document.
This document does not deal with:
1)   requirements with regard to the quality of work and the performance of the machine;
2)   machines that utilize the contact line system for traction purposes;
3)   specific requirements established by a railway Infrastructure Manager or Urban Rail Manager;
4)   negotiations between the manufacturer and the machine operator for additional or alternative requirements;
5)   requirements for use and travel of the machine on public highway;
6)   hazards due to air pressure caused by the passing of high-speed trains at more than 190 km/h;
7)   requirements which could be necessary in case of use in extreme conditions, such as extreme ambient temperatures (tropical or polar); see 5.30;
8)   highly corrosive or contaminating environment, e.g. due to the presence of chemicals;
9)   potentially explosive atmospheres.
Other special machines used on railway tracks are dealt with in other European Standards, see Annex E.

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This document is applicable to the execution, testing and monitoring of geotechnical grouting work.
Grouting for geotechnical purposes (geotechnical grouting) is a process in which the remote placement of a pumpable material in the ground is indirectly controlled by adjusting its rheological characteristics and by the manipulation of the placement parameters (pressure, volume and the flow rate).
The following principles and methods of geotechnical grouting are covered by this document:
-   displacement grouting (compaction and compensation grouting);
-   grouting without displacement of the host material (permeation, fissure/rock grouting, bulk filling).
The principal objectives of geotechnical grouting are:
-   the modification of the hydraulic/hydrogeological characteristics the ground;
-   the modification of the mechanical properties of the ground;
-   the filling of natural cavities, mine workings, voids adjacent to structures;
-   inducing displacement to compensate for ground loss or to stabilize and lift footings, slabs and pavements.
Specialized grouting activities, generally associated with structural and/or emergency works, are not covered by this document.
The execution, testing and monitoring of jet grouting work is not covered by this document and is covered by EN 12716.

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This European Standard characterizes the quality of track geometry based on parameters defined in EN 13848 1 and specifies the different track geometry classes which should be considered.
This European Standard covers the following topics:
- description of track geometry quality;
- classification of track quality according to track geometry parameters;
- considerations on how this classification can be used;
- this European Standard applies to high-speed and conventional lines of 1 435 mm and wider gauge;
- this European Standard forms an integral part of EN 13848 series.

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This Standard specifies the defect management system the infrastructure manager uses to control the risk of severe accidents due to degradation of internal or surface defects on rails complying with EN 13674-1, EN 13674-2, EN 13674-4 and EN 15689 (excluding grooved rails EN 14811 - which need alternative systems).

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This part of EN 13231 series defines the technical requirements and measurements for the acceptance of works for longitudinal and / or transverse reprofiling of railway rail heads in plain line, switches and crossings and expansion devices.
It applies to Vignole rails of 46 kg/m and above according to EN 13674 1.

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This European Standard specifies the minimum requirements for track geometry measuring principles and systems in order to produce comparable results when measuring the same track. It applies to all measuring systems, attended or unattended, fitted on any vehicle, except track construction and maintenance machines. Only systems put into service after the standard comes into force are concerned.
This standard does not define the requirements for vehicle acceptance.
This standard does not apply to measuring systems dedicated to urban rail such as tramways, light rail or similar networks.

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This document covers testing of physical properties of road marking materials by laboratory methods.
The products covered and specified by this document are white and yellow paint, thermoplastic and cold plastic materials, with or without premix glass beads, to be used for permanent and/or temporary road markings on highways and other areas used by vehicular traffic. Other products and colours intended for road markings are not covered in this document.
It is not essential that all physical properties listed in this document are specified.

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The standard comprises requirements for ground investigations by means of the field vane test (FVT) as part of the geotechnical investigations.

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This document specifies the requirements for conducting road trials for road marking materials intended for use in both permanent and temporary road marking. Details are given for test sites, for the application of road marking materials on the test sites, for the parameters to be measured and the frequency of the measurements and for the presentation of the results in the form of a test report.

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This document establishes the terminology and the content of commercial literature specifications for bituminous binder sprayers and synchronous bituminous binder sprayers-chip spreaders (i.e. synchronised combined units) including their components and their technical characteristics. This document covers cold and hot bituminous binder sprayers.

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This document is applicable to under ballast mats used in ballasted track and defines the test procedures and their evaluation criteria.
This document provides particular information in the following areas:
-   test methods, test arrangements and evaluation criteria of under ballast mat;
-   data supplied by the purchaser and by the supplier;
-   definition of general process of design approval tests;
-   definition of routine tests.
This document defines the specific test procedures for under ballast mat:
-   stiffness tests;
-   fatigue tests;
-   number of tests for severe environmental condition.
This document also sets out procedures for testing fitness for purpose and provides information on quality monitoring as part of quality assurance procedures. This document does not, however, contain requirements pertaining to the functions of under ballast mats. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to define these requirements and to choose the optional tests.

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This document defines the accuracy, credibility and confidence in the results of virtual crash test to roadside safety devices through the definition of procedures for verification, validation and development of numerical models for roadside safety application. Finally it defines a list of indications to ensure the competences of an expert/organization in the domain of virtual testing.

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This document deals with the equipment requirements, execution and reporting of field vane tests for the measurement of peak and remoulded vane shear strength together with the sensitivity of fine-grained soils. In addition, post-peak shear strength behaviour can be evaluated. Two types of field vane test are described: the ordinary field vane test (FVT) and the fast field vane test (FVT-F). The uncertainties of the vane test result are described in Annex D. NOTE 1 This document fulfils the requirements for field vane tests as part of the geotechnical investigation and testing according to EN 1997-1 and EN 1997-2. NOTE 2 This document covers onshore and nearshore field vane testing.

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This document applies to plugs and receptacles for single or multiple pole connecting devices
used for aeronautical ground lighting applications.
Additional requirements and usage of connecting devices are given in different parts of
IEC 61820 series.
Connecting devices complying with this document are suitable for use in environmental class
E11 according to IEC 61820-1.

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This standard forms part 4 of the series ISO 18674, as described in ISO 18674-1: Part 1. General rules the methods and gives rules for measurement of pore water pressures in geotechnical engineering or more general in foundation engineering. Pore pressures are needed to obtain effective stresses and play a key role in the analysis of engineered construction in and on ground.

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This document gives requirements and guidance for the assessment of conformity of compounds/formulations, products, joints and assemblies in accordance with the applicable parts of EN 17176 intended to be included in the manufacturer’s quality plan as part of the quality management system and for the establishment of certification procedures.
NOTE 1   It is recommended that the quality management system conforms to or is no less stringent than the relevant requirements to EN ISO 9001 [1].
NOTE 2   If certification is involved, it is recommended that the certification body is accredited to EN ISO/IEC 17065 [2] or ENISO/IEC 17021 [3], as applicable.
NOTE 3   In order to help the reader, a basic test matrix is given in Annex A.
In conjunction with EN 17176-1, EN 17176-2, CEN/TS 17176-3 and EN 17176-5, this document is applicable to oriented unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-O) plastics piping systems for water supply and for buried and above-ground drainage, sewerage and irrigation under pressure.

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This document provides an index of typical existing information on concept, disaster risk and countermeasure for resilience of buildings and civil engineering works.

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This part of EN 13476, together with EN 13476-1, specifies the definitions and requirements for pipes, fittings and the system based on unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U), polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE) structured-wall piping systems that are intended to be used for non-pressure underground drainage and sewerage systems.
This part is applicable to pipes and fittings with smooth internal and external surfaces, designated as Type A.
It specifies test methods and test parameters as well as requirements.
This part is applicable to:
a)   structured-wall pipes and fittings, which are intended to be used buried underground outside the building structure; reflected in the marking of products by "U";
b)   structured-wall pipes and fittings, which are intended to be used buried underground both outside (application area code "U") and within the building structure (application area code "D"); reflected in the marking of products by "UD".
This part is applicable to structured-wall pipes and fittings with or without an integral socket with elastomeric ring seal joints as well as welded and fused joints.
This part covers a range of pipe and fitting sizes, materials, pipe constructions, stiffness classes, application classes, and tolerance classes and gives recommendations concerning colours.
NOTE   It is the responsibility of the purchaser or specifier to make the appropriate selections from these aspects, taking into account their particular requirements and any relevant national regulations and installation practices or codes.

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This part of EN 13476, together with EN 13476-1, specifies the definitions and requirements for pipes, fittings and the system based on unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U), polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE) structured-wall piping systems that are intended to be used for non-pressure underground drainage and sewerage systems.
This part is applicable to pipes and fittings with smooth internal and profiled external surfaces, designated as Type B.
It specifies test methods and test parameters as well as requirements.
This part is applicable to:
a)   structured-wall pipes and fittings, which are intended to be used buried underground outside the building structure, reflected in the marking of products by "U";
b)   structured-wall pipes and fittings, which are intended to be used buried underground both outside (application area code "U") and within the building structure (application area code "D"), reflected in the marking of products by "UD".
This part is applicable to structured-wall pipes and fittings with or without an integral socket with elastomeric ring seal joints as well as welded and fused joints.
This part covers a range of pipe and fitting sizes, materials, pipe constructions, stiffness classes, application classes, and tolerance classes and gives recommendations concerning colours.
NOTE   It is the responsibility of the purchaser or specifier to make the appropriate selections from these aspects, taking into account their particular requirements and any relevant national regulations and installation practices or codes.

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This document contains the terms and definitions of general concepts to establish a vocabulary applicable to buildings and civil engineering works. It comprises: a) fundamental concepts, which can be the starting point for other, more specific, definitions; b) more specific concepts, used in several areas of construction and frequently used in standards, regulations and contracts.

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This European Standard specifies a test method for determining the dimensions of cylindrical, rectangular or non-rectangular bituminous test specimens by measurement.
The applicability of this European Standard is described in the product standards for bituminous mixtures.
The test is is applicable to laboratory-made specimens, trimmed by sawing, or specimens from cores cut from the road, trimmed by sawing.

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This document specifies requirements for information management, in the form of a management process, within the context of the operational phase of assets and the exchanges of information within it, using building information modelling. This document can be applied to all types of assets and by organizations of all types and sizes involved in the operational phase of assets. The requirements in this document can be achieved through direct actions carried out by the organization in question or can be delegated to another party.

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This document specifies the measurement of pore water pressures and piezometric levels in saturated ground by means of piezometers installed for geotechnical monitoring. General rules of performance monitoring of the ground, of structures interacting with the ground, of geotechnical fills and of geotechnical works are presented in ISO 18674‑1. If applied in conjunction with ISO 18674-5, the procedures described in this document allow the determination of effective stresses acting in the ground. This document is applicable to: — monitoring of water pressures acting on and in geotechnical structures (e.g. quay walls, dikes, excavation walls, foundations, dams, tunnels, slopes, embankments, etc.); — monitoring of consolidation processes of soil and fill (e.g. beneath foundations and in embankments); — evaluating stability and serviceability of geotechnical structures; — checking geotechnical designs in connection with the Observational Design procedure. NOTE This document fulfils the requirements for the performance monitoring of the ground, of structures interacting with the ground and of geotechnical works by the means of piezometers, installed as part of the geotechnical investigation and testing in accordance with References [4] and [5] This document relates to measuring devices, which are installed in the ground. For pore water pressure measurements carried out in connection with cone penetration tests, see ISO 22476-1.

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IEC 63067:2020 applies to plugs and receptacles for single or multiple pole connecting devices used for aeronautical ground lighting applications.
Additional requirements and usage of connecting devices are given in different parts of IEC 61820 series.
Connecting devices complying with this document are suitable for use in environmental class E11 according to IEC 61820-1.

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