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This document applies in connection with EN 15869-1 for the supply of berthed inland navigation vessels with electrical energy.
This document specifies additional requirements for the on-shore unit of the electrical shore connection.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for floating landing stages and floating bridges for passenger transport and their equipment.
Requirements for facilities for supply and waste disposals for vessels using these floating landing stages are not covered by this Standard.
This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   floating landing stages for motor vehicle traffic;
-   floating landing stages for recreational craft and inland navigation craft that are not vessels, e.g. floating equipment;
-   more severe requirements for floating landing stages used for the transhipment of dangerous goods;
-   any landing stages required between vessel and floating landing stage;
-   specialized floating structures which are not used for passenger traffic or the berthing of vessels.

  • Standard
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This document specifies safety requirements for floating landing stages and floating bridges for passenger transport and their equipment.
Requirements for facilities for supply and waste disposals for vessels using these floating landing stages are not covered by this document.
This document is not applicable to:
-   floating landing stages for motor vehicle traffic;
-   floating landing stages for recreational craft and inland navigation craft that are not vessels, e.g. floating equipment;
-   more severe requirements for floating landing stages used for the transhipment of dangerous goods;
-   any gangwayrequired between vessel and floating landing stage;
-   specialized floating structures which are not used for passenger traffic or the berthing of vessels.

  • Standard
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This document specifies the relevant characteristics of geosynthetic barriers, including polymeric geosynthetic barriers, clay geosynthetic barriers and bituminous geosynthetic barriers, when used as fluid barriers in the construction of canals, and the appropriate test methods to determine these characteristics. The intended use of these products is to control the leakage of water through the construction. This document is not applicable to geotextiles or geotextile-related products. This document provides for the evaluation of conformity of the product to this document. This document defines requirements to be met by manufacturers and their authorised representatives with regard to the presentation of product properties. This document does not cover applications where the geosynthetic barrier is to be in contact with water that has been treated for human consumption.
NOTE Where potable water is or may be in direct contact with the product the designer should also refer to other relevant standards, requirements and/or regulations

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This European Standard specifies requirements relating to electrical installations for the supply of electrical power (three-phase AC - 400 V, 50 Hz and with a rated current of at least 250 A) to vessels in port.
Annex A stipulates general and safety requirements relating to the shore-based section of the electrical shore connection.
Annex B stipulates general and safety requirements relating to the shore-based connecting cables and to the on-board section of the electrical shore connection.
Annex C contains information concerning the dimensioning of shore-based connecting cables.
The requirements according to the HD 60364 and HD 384 series of standards generally apply to shore-based low-voltage equipment.

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This Technical Specification gives guidance for dealing with the production and control of sludge in relation to inputs and treatment and gives a strategic evaluation of recovery, recycling and disposal options for sludge according to its properties and the availability of outlets.
This Technical Specification is applicable for sludges from:
-   storm water handling;
-   night soil;
-   urban wastewater collecting systems;
-   urban wastewater treatment plants;
-   treating industrial wastewater similar to urban wastewater (as defined in Directive 91/271/EC [1]);
-   water supply treatment plants;
but excluding hazardous sludges from industry.

  • Technical specification
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The particular requirements specified in this part of HD 60364 apply only to circuits intended to supply pleasure craft or houseboats in marinas and similar locations.

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ISO 13174:2012 defines the means to be used to ensure that cathodic protection is efficiently applied to the immersed and driven/buried metallic external surfaces of steel port, harbour, coastal and flood defence installations and appurtenances in seawater and saline mud to provide protection from corrosion.
ISO 13174:2012 specifies cathodic protection of fixed and floating port and harbour structures. This includes piers, jetties, dolphins (mooring and berthing), sheet or tubular piling, pontoons, buoys, floating docks, lock and sluice gates. It also specifies cathodic protection of the submerged areas of appurtenances, such as chains attached to the structure, when these are not electrically isolated from the structure.
ISO 13174:2012 is to be used in respect of cathodic protection systems where the anodes are exposed to water or saline mud. For buried areas, typically in soil or sand filled areas behind piled walls or within filled caissons, which may be significantly affected by corrosion, specific cathodic protection design and operation requirements are defined in EN 12954, the anodes being exposed to soils.
ISO 13174:2012 does not cover the cathodic protection of fixed or floating offshore structures (including offshore loading buoys), submarine pipelines or ships.
ISO 13174:2012 does not include the internal protection of surfaces of any components such as ballast tanks, internals of floating structures flooded compartments of lock and sluice gates or the internals of tubular steel piles.
ISO 13174:2012 covers the cathodic protection of structures fabricated principally from bare or coated carbon and carbon manganese steels.
As some parts of the structure may be made of metallic materials other than carbon steels, the cathodic protection system should be designed to ensure that there is a complete control over any galvanic coupling and minimize risks due to hydrogen embrittlement or hydrogen-induced cracking (see ISO 12473 ).
ISO 13174:2012 does not address steel reinforced concrete structures (see EN 12696).
ISO 13174:2012 is applicable to the whole submerged zone in seawater, brackish waters and saline mud and related buried areas which can normally be found in port, harbour, coastal and flood defence installations wherever these structures are fixed or floating.
For surfaces which are alternately immersed and exposed to the atmosphere, the cathodic protection is only effective when the immersion time is long enough for the steel to become polarized. Typically, effective cathodic protection is achieved for all surfaces below mid tide.
For structures such as sheet steel and tubular steel piles that are driven into the sea bed or those that are partially buried or covered in mud, ISO 13174:2012 is also applicable to the surfaces buried, driven and exposed to mud which are intended to receive cathodic protection along with surfaces immersed in water.
Cathodic protection may also be applied to the rear faces of sheet steel piled walls and the internal surfaces of filled caissons. Cathodic protection of such surfaces is specified by EN 12954.

  • Standard
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The particular requirements specified in this part of HD 60364 apply only to circuits intended to supply pleasure craft or houseboats in marinas and similar locations.

  • Amendment
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The particular requirements specified in this part of HD 60364 apply only to circuits intended to supply pleasure craft or houseboats in marinas and similar locations.

  • Standardization document
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This standard applies to harbours for inland navigation.
It does not apply to
-  harbours for recreational craft
-  ferry terminals or
-  landing stages for passenger ships.

  • Standard
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This European Standard applies to the installation of berths and loading areas for inland navigation vessels.
It also applies to berths and loading areas for inland navigation vessels in seaports.
This standard does not apply to Ro-Ro systems, ferry terminals, floating equipment, bunker stations, landing stages used for passenger changeovers or for holding areas.

  • Standard
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This standard applies to harbours for inland navigation.
It does not apply to
-  harbours for recreational craft
-  ferry terminals or
-  landing stages for passenger ships.

  • Standard
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This European Standard specifies requirements applicable to equipment for shore-to-vessel supply of threephase 400 V electrical power up to 63 A and a frequency of 50 Hz to berthed inland navigation vessels.
This part of the European Standard specifies safety requirements for the onshore unit of the electrical shore connection.
This part of the European Standard applies only to the supply of inland navigation vessels in ports and berths for commercial shipping. Supply stations for leisure craft and houseboats in marinas or similar locations have to meet the requirements of IEC 60364-7-709.
For low-voltage electrical installations, the requirements specified in the HD 60364 and HD 384 series are applicable generally. The requirements in this part of EN 15869 supplement, amend or supersede some of the requirements in HD 60364/HD 384 Parts 1 to 6. Where no requirements are given in this part of EN 15869,
the requirements specified in the HD 60364 and HD 384 are applicable; a detailed list is given in the Bibliography.

  • Standard
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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for floating landing stages and floating systems for passenger transport and their equipment.
Requirements relating to supplies to disposals of berthing vessels are not governed by this Standard.
It is not applicable to:
-   floating landing stages for motor vehicle traffic;
-   floating landing stages for recreational craft and for vehicles of inland navigation vessels which are not berthing vessels;
-   more severe requirements for floating landing stages used for the transhipment of dangerous goods;
-   any landing stages required between vessel and floating landing stage;
-   specialised floating structures which are not used for passenger traffic or the berthing of vessels.

  • Standard
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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for floating landing stages and floating systems for passenger transport and their equipment.
Requirements relating to supplies to disposals of berthing vessels are not governed by this Standard.
It is not applicable to:
-   floating landing stages for motor vehicle traffic;
-   floating landing stages for recreational craft and for vehicles of inland navigation vessels which are not berthing vessels, e.g. floating equipment;
-   more severe requirements for floating landing stages used for the transhipment of dangerous goods;
-   any landing stages required between vessel and floating landing stage;
-   specialised floating structures which are not used for passenger traffic or the berthing of vessels.

  • Standard
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This European Standard specifies the relevant characteristics of geosynthetic barriers, including polymeric geosynthetic barriers, clay geosynthetic barriers and bituminous geosynthetic barriers, when used as fluid barriers for potable, fresh or saline water, in the construction of canals, and the appropriate test methods to determine these characteristics. The intended use of these products is to control the leakage of water through the construction. This European Standard is not applicable to geotextiles or geotextile-related products. This European Standard provides for the evaluation of conformity of the product to this European Standard. This European Standard defines requirements to be met by manufacturers and their authorised representatives with regard to the presentation of product properties. This European Standard does not cover applications where the geosynthetic barrier is to be in contact with water that has been treated for human consumption. Where potable water is or may be in direct contact with the product the designer should also refer to other relevant standards, requirements and/or regulations.

  • Standard
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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for floating landing stages and their equipment.
It is not applicable to:
- bank structures such as quay walls, sheeting walls, piles and dolphins;
- floating landing stages for recreational craft;
- more severe requirements for floating landing stages used for the transhipment of dangerous goods;
- any landing stages required between vessel and floating landing stage.

  • Standard
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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for floating landing stages and their equipment.
It is not applicable to:
- bank structures such as quay walls, sheeting walls, piles and dolphins;
- floating landing stages for recreational craft;
- more severe requirements for floating landing stages used for the transhipment of dangerous goods;
- any landing stages required between vessel and floating landing stage.

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This document specifies the relevant characteristics of geosynthetic barriers, including polymeric geosynthetic barriers, clay geosynthetic barriers and bituminous geosynthetic barriers, when used as fluid barriers in the construction of canals, and the appropriate test methods to determine these characteristics.
The intended use of these products is to control the leakage of water through the construction.
This document is not applicable to geotextiles or geotextile-related products.
This document provides for the evaluation of conformity of the product to this document.
This document defines requirements to be met by manufacturers and their authorised representatives with regard to the presentation of product properties.
This document does not cover applications where the geosynthetic barrier is to be in contact with water that has been treated for human consumption.
NOTE   Where potable water is or may be in direct contact with the product the designer should also refer to other relevant standards, requirements and/or regulations.
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This Technical Report gives guidance for dealing with the production and control of sludge in relation to inputs and treatment and gives a strategic evaluation of recovery, recycling and disposal options for sludge according to its properties and the availability of outlets.
This report is applicable for sludges from:
-   storm water handling;
-   night soil;
-   urban wastewater collecting systems;
-   urban wastewater treatment plants;
-   treating industrial wastewater similar to urban wastewater (as defined in Directive 91/271/EC [1]);
-   water supply treatment plants;
but excluding hazardous sludges from industry.

  • Technical report
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This EN defines the means to be used to cathodically protect the immersed and buried metallic external surfaces of steel harbour installations and appurtenances in sea water and saline mud.

  • Standard
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The particular requirements specified in this part of IEC 60364 apply only to circuits intended to supply pleasure craft or houseboats in marinas and similar locations.[
]The particular requirements do not apply to the supply of house boats if they are directly supplied from the public network.[
]The particular requirements do not apply to the internal electrical installations of pleasure craft or house boats.[
]For the remainder of the electrical installation of marinas and similar locations the general requirements of IEC 60364 together with the relevant particular requirements of IEC 60364-7 apply.[
]This second edition of IEC 60364-7-709 cancels and replaces the first edition, published in 1994. It constitutes a technical revision.[
]The major changes with regard to the previous edition concern:[
]- the removal of the requirements for the electrical installation in pleasure craft as these are now covered by IEC 60092-507;[
]- the requirements of this part have been aligned with those in other parts of IEC 60364.

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This CEN report gives guidance for dealing with the production and control of sludge in relation to inputs and treatment and give a strategic evaluation of recovery and disposal options for sludge according to its properties and the availability of outlets.
This report is applicable for following sludges :
- storm water handling ;
- night soil ;
- urban wastewater collecting systems ;
- urban wastewater treatment plants ;
- treating industrial wastewater similar to urban wastewater (as defined in Directive 91/271/EC) ;
but excluding hazardous sludges from industry.
Annex A gives information on sludges from water supply.

  • Standardization document
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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for floating landing stages and their equipment.
It is not applicable to:
- bank structures such as quay walls, sheeting walls, piles and dolphins;
- floating landing stages for recreational craft;
- more severe requirements for floating landing stages used for the transhipment of dangerous goods;
- any landing stages required between vessel and floating landing stage.

  • Standard
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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for floating landing stages and their equipment.
It is not applicable to:
- bank structures such as quay walls, sheeting walls, piles and dolphins;
- floating landing stages for recreational craft;
- more severe requirements for floating landing stages used for the transhipment of dangerous goods;
- any landing stages required between vessel and floating landing stage.

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