BS EN 61773:1997, IEC 61773:1996 - Overhead lines. Testing of foundations for structures

BS EN 61773:1997, IEC 61773:1996

Overhead lines. Testing of foundations for structures

Status : Current   Published : December 1997

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This provides a procedure which apply to the investigation of the load carrying capacity and or the load response of the total foundation as an interaction between the foundation and the surrounding soil and/or rock.




Standard NumberBS EN 61773:1997, IEC 61773:1996
TitleOverhead lines. Testing of foundations for structures
StatusCurrent
Publication Date15 December 1997
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 61773:1997,IEC 61773:1996
Draft Superseded By93/204191 DC
DescriptorsElectric cables, Overhead, Overhead power lines, Electric power transmission lines, Communication cables, Structures, Pylons, Poles, Foundations, Pile foundations, Design, Type testing, Performance testing, Mechanical testing, Load capacity, Loading, Proof loading, Soil bearing capacity, Installation, Test equipment, Hydraulically-operated devices, Dimensions, Clearance distances, Acceptance (approval), Site investigations, Soil surveys, Rocks, Records (documents), Layout, Graphical methods, Bibliography
ICS29.240.20
Title in FrenchLignes aeriennes. Essais de fondations des supports
Title in GermanFreileitungen. Pruefung von Gruendungen fuer Bauwerke
CommitteePEL/11
ISBN0 580 28777 7
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages44
File Size836.2 KB
Price£214.00


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