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NEN-EN 1993-4-3:2009+C1:2009 en

Eurocode 3: Ontwerp en berekening van staalconstructies

Deel 4-3: Buisleidingen

Publicatiedatum: 01 juli 2009

Publicatiedatum C1: 01-07-2009

Inclusief NEN-EN 1993-4-3:2009/C1:2009 en

Vervangt NVN-ENV 1993-4-3:1999 en

This Part 4-3 of EN 1993 provides principles and application rules for the structural design of cylindrical steel pipelines for the transport of liquids or gases or mixtures of liquids and gases at ambient temperatures, which are not treated by other European standards covering particular applications. Standards dealing with specific pipeline applications should be used for these purposes, notably - EN 805 : 2000 for water supply systems (drinking water); - EN 1295: 1997 for buried pipelines under various conditions of loading (waste water); - EN 1594: 2000 for gas supply systems for operating pressures over 16 bar; - EN 12007: 2000 for gas supply systems up to and including 16 bar; - EN 12732: 2000 for welding; - EN 13941: 2003 for pre-insulated bonded pipe systems for district heating; - EN 13480: 2002 for industrial pipelines; - EN 14161: 2004 for pipeline transportation systems for the petroleum and natural gas industries. Rules related to special requirements of seismic design are provided in EN 1998-4 (Eurocode 8: Part 4 "Design of structures for earthquake resistance: Silos, tanks and pipelines"), which complements the rules of Eurocode 3 specifically for this purpose. This Standard is restricted to buried pipelines, corresponding to the scope of Eurocode 8 Part 4 for pipelines. It is specifically intended for use on: - Buried pipelines in settlement areas and in non-settlement areas; - Buried pipelines crossing dykes, traffic roads and railways and canals. The design of pipelines involves many different aspects. Examples are routing, pressure safety systems, corrosion protection, construction and welding, operation and maintenance. For aspects other than the structural design of the pipeline itself, reference is made to the relevant European standards listed in 1.2. This is also the case for elements like valves, fittings, insulating couplings, tees and caps. Pipelines usually comprise several associated facilities such as pumping stations, operation centres, maintenance stations, etc., each of them hous

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