BS EN 13491:2013 - Geosynthetic barriers. Characteristics required for use as a fluid barrier in the construction of tunnels and associated underground structures

BS EN 13491:2013

Geosynthetic barriers. Characteristics required for use as a fluid barrier in the construction of tunnels and associated underground structures

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : July 2013 Replaced By : BS EN 13491:2018

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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 in the construction of tunnels and associated underground structures, 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 wall. 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 distributors 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. 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 NumberBS EN 13491:2013
TitleGeosynthetic barriers. Characteristics required for use as a fluid barrier in the construction of tunnels and associated underground structures
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date31 July 2013
Withdrawn Date27 March 2018
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 527-1:2012, EN 1849-2, ISO 10318:2005, EN ISO 11925-2, EN ISO 13438, ISO 9862, EN 1844, EN ISO 527-3:1995, CEN/TS 14417, EN ISO 527-1:2012, CEN/TS 14416, ISO 10773, ISO 527-3:1995, EN 1109, EN ISO 10773, EN 16416, ASTM D1434, BS EN ISO 13438:2018, EN 13361:2018, ISO 13438:2018, ISO 11925-2, ISO 527-4:1997, EN 14414:2004, EN 13492:2018, EN 15382:2018, ISO 10320, EN 13362:2018, EN 13493:2018, EN 14196, ISO 10319, EN ISO 11358, EN ISO 527-4:1997, EN ISO 10320, EN 12224, ASTM D5890, EN 12310-1, EN ISO 9864, EN 12311-2, EN 14151, EN 1849-1, EN ISO 12236, EN 14576, EN 495-5, EN 14575, ASTM D696, EN 12311-1, EN 14415, ISO 12236, EN ISO 9862, EN 14150, EN ISO 10318:2005, ISO 11357-6, ISO 34-1:2010, EN 12225, ISO 11358, EN ISO 10319, CEN/TS 14418
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 806-1:2000, ISO/TS 13434, ASTM D5596, 89/106/EEC, ASTM D5885, M/107, ASTM D4218, 98/83/EC, EN 806-1:2000/A1:2001, ASTM D1603
Replaced ByBS EN 13491:2018
ReplacesBS EN 13491:2004
International RelationshipsEN 13491:2013
Draft Superseded By12/30267851 DC
DescriptorsTunnels, Underground structures, Clay, Bituminous products, Construction engineering works, Test methods, Polymers, Performance, Geosynthetic barriers, Geosynthetic materials, Geotextiles, Impermeable materials, Construction materials, Sealing materials
ICS59.080.70
91.100.50
Title in FrenchBarrières géosynthétiques. Caractéristiques requises pour l'utilisation comme barrière contre les liquides dans la construction des tunnels et des structures souterraines
Title in GermanGeosynthetische Dichtungsbahnen. Eigenschaften, die für die Anwendung beim Bau von Tunneln und damit verbundenen Tiefbauwerken erforderlich sind
CommitteeB/553
ISBN978 0 580 79930 3
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages44
File Size638 KB
Price£214.00


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