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I.S. EN 12501-2:2003

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PROTECTION OF METALLIC MATERIALS AGAINST CORROSION - CORROSION LIKELIHOOD IN SOIL - PART 2: LOW ALLOYED AND NON ALLOYED FERROUS MATERIALS
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Hardcopy , PDF

Language(s)

English

Published date

01-01-2003

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Foreword
Introduction
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Terms and definitions
4 Assessment of the corrosion load in soil for a new
  structure to be buried
  4.1 Method
  4.2 Criteria
      4.2.1 Soil conditions
      4.2.2 Preliminary enquiry
      4.2.3 Site survey
      4.2.4 Soil sampling
      4.2.5 Backfill materials
5 Complementary information for an existing structure
  5.1 General
  5.2 Investigations and analysis
Annex A (informative) Procedure for assessing the
        corrosion load in soil in the case of a new
        structure
Annex B (informative) General principles of soil studies

Relates with the assessment of the corrosion load in soil for low-alloyed and non-alloyed ferrous materials in direct contact with soil.

DocumentType
Standard
Pages
14
PublisherName
National Standards Authority of Ireland
Status
Current

Standards Relationship
DIN EN 12501-2:2003-08 Identical
UNE-EN 12501-2:2003 Identical
BS EN 12501-2:2003 Identical
UNI EN 12501-2 : 2004 Identical
DIN EN 12501-2 E : 2003 Identical
EN 12501-2:2003 Identical

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