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NR - BRS-SM 537 - RAIL CLAMP POINT LOCK CHECKING FIXTURE FOR DETECTOR BLADE BRS-SM 514 Organization: NR
Date: 1972-01-26
ASME B5.9 - SPINDLE NOSES FOR TOOL ROOM LATHES, ENGINE LATHES, TURRET LATHES, AND AUTOMATIC LATHES Organization: ASME
Date: 1967-01-01
Description: Complete dimensions for each size and type of nose, as well as for mating backs of chucks, face plates and fixtures, are given in the tables. Also given are dimensions of gages for checking the important dimensions on these spindle noses and the backs of chucks, face plates and fixtures, to insure interchangeability between parts made by different manufacturers.
NPFC - A-A-2348 - INDICATOR, DIAL, ACCESSORIES AND TEST SETS Organization: NPFC
Date: 1991-07-30
Description: Types A and B dial indicators with accessories are used principally on inspection fixtures and for aligning work pieces on machine tools such as lathes, milling machines, shapers, etc.
NASA-LLIS-1212 - LESSONS LEARNED – CONTINGENCY PLANNING FOR CONTROL OF TEST HARDWARE DURING ANOMALOUS EPISODES Organization: NASA
Date: 1998-12-07
Description: For the STE, the operator selected the appropriate program to power up the fixture motors to warm them up, in preparation for the start of the Fixture Characterization Procedure.
IPC-9252 - REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL TESTING OF UNPOPULATED PRINTED BOARDS Organization: IPC
Date: 2016-09-01
Description: This document is intended to assist in selecting the test analyzer, test parameters, test data, and fixturing required to perform electrical test(s) on all unpopulated printed boards.
GMW3149 - AIR LEAK TESTING FOR LEAK RATE DETERMINATION OF POWERTRAIN SEALING SYSTEMS - ISSUE 2; ENGLISH Organization: GMW
Date: 2014-09-01
Description: This test procedure is used to evaluate the air leak integrity of Powertrain sealing test fixtures intended to contain oil, coolant, air and establishes if the test fixtures and test joints have been sufficiently sealed prior to the start of test, and if any leak path has been created at the end of test (EOT).
ASSE 1044 - PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAP SEAL PRIMER - DRAINAGE TYPES AND ELECTRIC DESIGN TYPES Organization: ASSE
Date: 2015-03-01
Description: Description The trap seal primers are of four (4) types: a) Those that are installed on waste line tail pieces from fixtures, such as lavatories, sinks and similar fixtures where grease is not normally generated; b) Those that are used in conjunction with ballcock assemblies; c) Those that receive flow from flushometer valves; and d) Those electric trap seal primers that discharge water automatically and are upstream of the air gap or vacuum breaker.
PACKT - SCALA TEST-DRIVEN DEVELOP - SCALA TEST-DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT Organization: PACKT
Date: 2016-10-27
Description: What You Will Learn  • Understand the basics of TDD and its significance • Refactoring tests to build APIs in order to increase test coverage • How to leverage the inbuilt Scala testing modules like ScalaTest, specs2 and Scala Check • Writing test fixtures and apply the concepts of BDD • How to divide tests to run at different points in continuous delivery cycle • Benefits of refactoring and how it affects the final quality of code produced • Understanding of SBT based build environment and how to use it to run tests • The fundamentals of mocking and stubbing in Scala and how to use it efficiently In Detail Test-driven development (TDD) produces high-quality applications in less time than is possible with traditional methods.
NR - RT/CE/P/003 ISSUE 2 - TECHNICAL APPROVAL-PROCEDURES FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING SCHEMES (AKA NR/SP/CIV/003) Organization: NR
Date: 1997-10-01
Description: These procedures do not apply to:- • normal day-to-day maintenance work and like-for-like repairs (including repairs in similar or modern equivalent materials); • normal permanent way renewals provided no significant realignment is involved; • feasibility studies and other preliminary designs; • mechanical, electrical, signalling, control and telecommunications services, installations or equipment; • non-structural aspects of buildings (e.g. architectural fixtures and finishes); • work carried out under emergency conditions (except to such extent as is reasonably practicable in the particular circumstances); • assessments of existing structures; • works carried out by or on behalf of organisations other than Railtrack provided that such works are not to be owned by Railtrack.
NR/L2/TRK/2102 ISSUE 8 - DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF TRACK - COMPLIANCE DATE: 1 MARCH 2017 Organization: NR
Date: 2016-09-03
Description: This includes: a. the construction of new sections of track, and routes; b. the replacement of contiguous lengths of track components or switch and crossing layouts, either singly or in combination, as part of project or renewal activities; c. the replacement or new construction of trackbed layers, drainage, level crossings, direct fastening systems, buffer stops or other track fixtures; d. the replacement of components of the track system, carried out during maintenance, that significantly changes its design or configuration (for instance the installation or removal of check rails or the installation of cast crossings with welded extension legs in place of semi-fabricated crossings); e. the requirements to be met whenever existing tracks are upgraded to carry higher speeds or tonnages of rail traffic; and f. the requirements for the design of track geometry for both newly installed and existing track.
SAE J2979 - TEST METHOD FOR VULCANIZED RUBBER AND THERMOPLASTIC ELASTOMER DETERMINATION OF COMPRESSIVE STRESS RELAXATION (CSR) RESPONSE Organization: SAE
Date: 2012-05-01
Description: The scope of this document is to define a test method for performing the Compression Stress Relaxation (CSR) Test with the Automotive Standard (ASD) CSR Jig using the appropriate test fixtures, configurations and procedures. This standard defines the equipment needed, guidelines for running the test, and the format for generating the results and analyzing the data.
NASA-LLIS-1272 - LESSONS LEARNED – SYSTEMIC PROCESS CONTROL INVOLVING ORGANIZATIONAL DEPARTMENTS Organization: NASA
Date: 1998-06-20
Description: Instead of shipping the two parts in their respective storage containers, the drill structure was shipped along with its handling fixture (dolly) and Part 2 was left behind. The handling fixture has two locking bolts to secure the drilling structure during ground handling.
ASTM MNL52 - AN INTRODUCTION TO THE DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF THE MASTER CURVE METHOD Organization: ASTM
Date: 2005-01-01
Description: Section 5 presents, in simple terms, the fixturing and test equipment needs. Detailed descriptions are not necessary in the present manual, since The Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Volume 03.01, has several standard methods that present detailed information on fixtures that have been used successfully for the past 30 years.
API REPORT OSAPR 1 - ORIFICE COEFFICIENTS FOR TWO-PHASE FLOW THROUGH VELOCITY CONTROLLED SUBSURFACE SAFETY VALVES Organization: API
Date: 1976-09-01
Description: It was determined that total pressure drop across the test fixtures should be measured. Also, it was recognized that measurement of pressure profiles through the flow channels of the safety valves might be needed in future studies to employ the force balance principle in calculating valve closing rates.

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