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About This Item


Full Description

Covers design and performance of most common types of bridge bearings, but does not cover concrete hinges and special bearings for moving bridges.

Cross References:
BS 240-1
BS 903-A26
BS 2789
BS 4360
BS 5400-1
BS 5400-2
BS 5400-3
BS 5400-4
BS 5400-5
BS 5400-9.2

Replaces appendix F of BS 5400-2:1978.

Replaced by BS EN 1337-4:2004 and BS EN 1337-6:2004 but remains current. Partially replaced by BS EN 1337-2:2004, BS EN 1337-3:2005, BS EN 1337-5:2005 and BS EN 1337-7:2004.

Incorporates the following:
AMD 16749 published 31 October 2006
AMD 16749 is a Corrigendum

Document History

  1. BS EN 1337-4:2004

    Structural bearings. Roller bearings

    • Most Recent
  2. BS 5400-9.1:1983


    Steel, concrete and composite bridges. Bridge bearings. Code of practice for design of bridge bearings

    • Historical Version
  3. BS 5400-2:1978

    Steel, concrete and composite bridges. Specification for loads

    • Historical Version