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ASTM - ASTM E204 - STANDARD PRACTICES FOR IDENTIFICATION OF MATERIAL BY INFRARED ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY, USING THE ASTM CODED BAND AND CHEMICAL CLASSIFICATION INDEX Organization: ASTM
Date: 1998-12-10
Description: These practices describe procedures for identification of individual chemical substances using infrared absorption spectroscopy and band indexes of spectral data. Use of absorption spectroscopy for qualitative analysis has been described by many (1-8),2 but the rapid matching of the spectrogram of a sample with a spectral data in the literature by use of a band index system designed for machine sorting was contributed by Kuentzel (9).
SAE J1868 - RESTRICTED HARDENABILITY BANDS FOR SELECTED ALLOY STEELS Organization: SAE
Date: 2010-02-01
Description: Generally the restricted hardenability band follows the middle of the corresponding standard H-band. An example of the RH band compared with the standard H-band is given for SAE 4140 in Figure 1.
IPC - TM-650 2.5.5.5C - STRIPLINE TEST FOR PERMITTIVITY AND LOSS TANGENT (DIELECTRIC CONSTANT AND DISSIPATION FACTOR) AT X-BAND Organization: IPC
Date: 1998-03-01
Description: Summary: This method is intended for the rapid measurement of the X-band (8.00 to 12.40 GHz) apparent relative stripline permittivity (see 9.1) and loss tangent of metal clad substrates.
ASTM - ASTM E2158 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR DEDICATED SHORT RANGE COMMUNICATION (DSRC) PHYSICAL LAYER USING MICROWAVE IN THE 902 TO 928 MHZ BAND Organization: ASTM
Date: 2001-08-10
Description: This specification establishes a common framework for the physical layer in the 902 to 928 MHz LMS band. This band is allocated for DSRC applications by the FCC in Title 47, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 90, Subpart M and by Industry Canada in the Spectrum Management, Radio Standard Specification, Location and Monitoring Service (902-928 MHz), RSS-137.
ASTM - ASTM PS111 - PROVISIONAL SPECIFICATION FOR DEDICATED SHORT RANGE COMMUNICATION (DSRC) PHYSICAL LAYER USING MICROWAVE IN THE 902 TO 928 MHZ BAND Organization: ASTM
Date: 1998-11-18
Description: 1.1.2 This provisional specification establishes a common framework for the physical layer in the 902 to 928 MHz LMS band. This band is allocated for DSRC applications by the FCC in Title 47, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 90, Subpart M and by Industry Canada in the Spectrum Management, Radio Standard Specification, Location and Monitoring Service (902-928 MHz), RSS-137.
SAE J2883 - LABORATORY MEASUREMENT OF RANDOM INCIDENCE SOUND ABSORPTION TESTS USING A SMALL REVERBERATION ROOM Organization: SAE
Date: 2015-04-01
Description: Samples that are used typically in the transportation industry are not thick enough to provide any significant absorptive properties below 250 Hz and in many cases below 400 Hz 1/3rd octave band frequency. Combining the size of the sample and the frequency range of interest for automotive and related applications, this test method has been developed for conducting measurements using a small reverberation room where the frequency range of interest would be from as low as 250 Hz to 8000 Hz 1/3rd octave band frequency, depending on the volume of the room.
WRC BUL 205 - FRACTURE TOUGHNESS AND RELATED CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CRYOGENIC NICKEL STEELS - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: WRC
Date: 1975-05-01
Description: The strengths and toughnesses required by the respective ASTM steel specifications and ASTM specification A593 are normally met or exceeded by the steels.
PPI TN-21 - PPI PENT TEST INVESTIGATION Organization: PPI
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: The evaluation included the compression molded plaques under slow cooled condition that were further prepared by machining and band sawing, and longitudinal samples cut directly from the wall of extruded pipe along the pipe direction.
ASTM - ASTM DS11S1 - AN EVALUATION OF THE ELEVATED TEMPERATURE TENSILE AND CREEP-RUPTURE PROPERTIES OF WROUGHT CARBON STEEL Organization: ASTM
Date: 1970-01-01
Description: In evaluating rupture strength, extrapolations to 100,000 hours were performed both by direct extension of isothermal plots of stress and rupture-time for the individual lots, and by a time temperature parameter, scatter-band procedure. Owing to a concern that different populations may be intermixed in a scatter band approach, the rupture strengths shown in the summary Fig. 1 represent the results of the direct individual-lot extrapolations.
ASTM - ASTM C450 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR FABRICATION OF THERMAL INSULATING FITTING COVERS FOR NPS PIPING, AND VESSEL LAGGING Organization: ASTM
Date: 2008-05-01
Description: Thermal insulation for fitting covers is formed by numerous fabrication methods. In general, insulations are cut by circular or band saws, shaped by grinders or millers, or molded. Each method has certain advantages and disadvantages, depending upon the material to be formed, number of cuts required, material waste permissible, and quantity of fittings being produced.
UL 60065 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY AUDIO, VIDEO AND SIMILAR ELECTRONIC APPARATUS – SAFETY REQUIREMENTS - EIGHTH EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2015-09-30
Description: Some examples of apparatus within the scope of this standard are: – receiving apparatus and amplifiers for sound and/or vision; – independent LOAD TRANSDUCERS and SOURCE TRANSDUCERS; – SUPPLY APPARATUS intended to supply other apparatus covered by the scope of this standard; – ELECTRONIC MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, and electronic accessories such as rhythm generators, tone generators, music tuners and the like for use with electronic or non-electronic musical instruments; – audio and/or video educational apparatus; – video projectors; NOTE 1 Film projectors, slide projectors and overhead projectors are covered by UL 122 – video cameras and video monitors; – household video games and flipper games; – juke boxes; – electronic gaming and scoring machines; NOTE 2 Video games, flipper games and gaming machines and other amusement games for commercial use are covered by UL 22 – teletext equipment; – record and optical disc players; – tape and optical disc recorders; – antenna signal converters and amplifiers; – satellite receiver antenna positioners; NOTE 3 UHF and VHF antenna rotators are covered by UL 150 – Citizen’s Band apparatus; – apparatus for IMAGERY; – electronic light effect apparatus; – apparatus for use in alarm systems; NOTE 4 Includes cameras, stop motion recorders and the like used in alarm systems.
ASHRAE - LO-09-001 - DETERMINING OFF-NORMAL SOLAR OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF DRAPERY FABRICS Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: The procedure takes advantage of the fact that there is no appreciable overlap between the solar and longwave radiation bands. This leads to a two-step analysis. First, solar radiation models determine the fraction of incident solar radiation directly transmitted and the fraction that is absorbed in each layer.

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