EN 1536:1999 Execution of special geotechnical work – Bored piles

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BS EN 1536:2000
Execution of special geotechnical work. Bored piles
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EN 1536:1999
This European Standard establishes general principles for the construction of piles which are formed in the ground by excavation and which contain a structural member to transfer loads and or limit deformations.
This European Standard covers piles with circular shape and piles with barrette shape, provided the section is concreted in a single operation.
The barrette shapes covered are rectangular, T- or L shaped in plan or any other similar configuration.
This European Standard covers piles with: uniform cross-section (straight shaft); telescopically changing shaft dimensions; excavated base enlargements; or excavated shaft enlargements.
Piles, Foundations, Structural systems, Piling, Circular shape, Metal sections, Construction operations, Pile driving, Soil mechanics, Site investigations, Concretes, Grouting, Portland cement, Blast-furnace cement, Cements, Aggregates, Bentonite, Polymers, Steels, Design, Tolerances (measurement), Excavating, Excavations, Boring, Reinforcement, Loading, Records (documents)
Title in French
Execution des travaux geotechniques speciaux. Pieux fores
Title in German
Ausfuehrung spezieller geotechnischer Arbeiten (Spezialtiefbau). Bohrpfaehle
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