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DIN 19705 (1976-09)
Hydraulic Steel Structures - Recommendations For Design, Construction And Erection


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Document Type Standard
Status Superseded
Publisher:    DIN
Superseded Date 01 May 1998
Superseded By:
DIN 19704-3 (1998-05)
DIN 19704-1 (1998-05)
DIN 19704-2 (1998-05)
DIN 19704-3 (2014-11)
DIN 19704-1 (2014-11)
DIN 19704-2 (2014-11)



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Published:   01 Sep 1976  
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Table of Contents

1     Scope
2     General
3     Standards and specifications to be complied with
4     Materials and jointing media
      4.1    Steel structure materials
      4.2    Materials for machinery parts
      4.3    Joints
5     Design preparation
      5.1    General
             5.1.1    Hydraulics
             5.1.2    Maintenance
             5.1.3    Operation
      5.2    Design of hydraulic steel plant components
             5.2.1    General
                      5.2.1.1    Minimum dimensions of the 
                                 cross-sections as rolled
                      5.2.1.2    Break-throughs in walls
                      5.2.1.3    Splices and connections
                      5.2.1.4    Nodal points
             5.2.2    Riveted connections
                      5.2.2.1    Choice of rivets
                      5.2.2.2    Rivet pitches and edge 
                                 distances with sealing 
                                 riveting
             5.2.3    Bolted connections
             5.2.4    Welded connections
                      5.2.4.1    Constructive design
                      5.2.4.2    Cut-out welding
                      5.2.4.3    Fillet welds
                      5.2.4.4    Double-bevel butt welds
                      5.2.4.5    Manufacturing principles
             5.2.5    Skin plates
                      5.2.5.1    Shape of skin plate
                      5.2.5.2    Seal sliding faces
                      5.2.5.3    Skin plate stiffeners
                      5.2.5.4    Riveting
             5.2.6    Main structures
                      5.2.6.1    General
                      5.2.6.2    Static requirements
                      5.2.6.3    Requirements regarding flow
                                 techniques
                      5.2.6.4    Constructive requirements
      5.3    Movable parts and bearing elements
             5.3.1    Transmission of load
             5.3.2    Plane contact and sliding surfaces
             5.3.3    Trunnion bearings and hinges
             5.3.4    Wheels and rails
                      5.3.4.1    Eccentricity of load
                      5.3.4.2    Wheel trucks, rocker plates
                                 and bars
                      5.3.4.3    Fixed wheels
                      5.3.4.4    Roller supports
                      5.3.4.5    Stoney-rollers, endless 
                                 roller chains
             5.3.5    Toothed rims and roller paths (e.g. 
                      drum gates)
             5.3.6    Guides
                      5.3.6.1    Counter-guides
                      5.3.6.2    Double-acting closing-off 
                                 structures
                      5.3.6.3    Lateral guides
                      5.3.6.4    Springs
      5.4    Sealings
             5.4.1    Sealants, sealing effect
             5.4.2    Type of construction
             5.4.3    Flow-pattern requirements
             5.4.4    Interchangeability
             5.4.5    Risk of jamming
             5.4.6    Risk of icing
      5.5    Fixed components (reinforcements)
             5.5.1    Type of installation
             5.5.2    Shaping
             5.5.3    Load during installation
             5.5.4    Danger of rusting
             5.5.5    Adjustability
             5.5.6    Expansion jointing
      5.6    Lifting elements
             5.6.1    Sprocket chains
                      5.6.1.1    Design and manufacture
                      5.6.1.2    Lubrication
             5.6.2    Pinion chain (articulated gear rack)
                      5.6.2.1    Design and manufacture
                      5.6.2.2    Lubrication
             5.6.3    Pinion chains and gear racks
             5.6.4    Pressure resistant chains
             5.6.5    Round steel chains
             5.6.6    Chain suspensions
             5.6.7    Wire ropes
                      5.6.7.1    Rope drive design
                                 5.6.7.1.1    Wire ropes

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