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NPFC - MIL-V-5901 - VALVE, SOLENOID OPERATED, HYDROCARBON FUEL, TYPE N-7 Organization: NPFC
Date: 1968-01-15
Description: The valve covered by this specification is intended for use in aircraft oil dilution systems and priming systems.
ASSE/SAFE - ANSI ASSE Z9.9 - PORTABLE VENTILATION SYSTEMS Organization: ASSE/SAFE
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: Properly designed, installed, and operated portable ventilation systems can provide excellent control of airborne contaminants.
CSA F326 - RESIDENTIAL MECHANICAL VENTILATION SYSTEMS - FIRST EDITION; GENERAL INSTRUCTION NO. 1: APRIL 1991 AND GENERAL INSTRUCTION NO. 2: OCTOBER 1993 Organization: CSA
Date: 1991-01-01
Description: The rates of ventilation and exhaust air specified in this Standard apply to the minimum capability of the system. This Standard does not mandate the way in which the occupant operates the system. The rates in operation depend on the preference of the occupants.
DSF/FPRCEN/TS 16976 - AMBIENT AIR - DETERMINATION OF THE PARTICLE NUMBER CONCENTRATION OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOL Organization: DS
Description: The standard method is based on a Condensation Particle Counter (CPC) operated in the counting mode and an appropriate dilution system for concentrations exceeding the counting mode range.
DS/CEN/TS 16976 - AMBIENT AIR – DETERMINATION OF THE PARTICLE NUMBER CONCENTRATION OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOL Organization: DS
Date: 2016-09-07
Description: The standard method is based on a Condensation Particle Counter (CPC) operated in the counting mode and an appropriate dilution system for concentrations exceeding the counting mode range.
NBN - CEN/TS 16976 - AMBIENT AIR - DETERMINATION OF THE PARTICLE NUMBER CONCENTRATION OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOL Organization: NBN
Date: 2016-08-30
Description: The standard method is based on a Condensation Particle Counter (CPC) operated in the counting mode and an appropriate dilution system for concentrations exceeding the counting mode range.
NBN - CEN/TS 16976 - AMBIENT AIR - DETERMINATION OF THE PARTICLE NUMBER CONCENTRATION OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOL Organization: NBN
Date: 2016-08-30
Description: The standard method is based on a Condensation Particle Counter (CPC) operated in the counting mode and an appropriate dilution system for concentrations exceeding the counting mode range.
NBN - CEN/TS 16976 - AIR AMBIANT - DÉTERMINATION DE LA CONCENTRATION EN NOMBRE DE PARTICULES DE L'AÉROSOL ATMOSPHÉRIQUE Organization: NBN
Date: 2016-08-30
Description: The standard method is based on a Condensation Particle Counter (CPC) operated in the counting mode and an appropriate dilution system for concentrations exceeding the counting mode range.
CEN/TS 16976 - AMBIENT AIR - DETERMINATION OF THE PARTICLE NUMBER CONCENTRATION OF ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOL Organization: CEN
Date: 2016-08-01
Description: The standard method is based on a Condensation Particle Counter (CPC) operated in the counting mode and an appropriate dilution system for concentrations exceeding the counting mode range.
DSF/ISO/FDIS 17378-2 - WATER QUALITY ? DETERMINATION OF ARSENIC AND ANTIMONY ? PART 2: METHOD USING HYDRIDE GENERATION ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY (HG-AAS) Organization: DS
Description: Samples containing arsenic at higher concentrations than the application range can be analysed following appropriate dilution [1]. The linear dynamic range of this method is approximately 0,5 ìg/l to 100 ìg/l when using a continuous flow system.
ASTM D5345 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR PREDILUTED AQUEOUS ETHYLENE GLYCOL BASE LOW-SILICATE ENGINE COOLANT (50 VOLUME PERCENT MINIMUM) FOR HEAVY-DUTY ENGINES REQUIRING AN INITIAL CHARGE OF SUPPLEMENTAL COOLANT ADDITIVE (SCA) Organization: ASTM
Date: 1998-10-10
Description: Scope 1.1 This specification covers the requirements for a prediluted aqueous ethylene glycol base low-silicate engine coolant (50 volume percent minimum) for cooling systems of heavy-duty engines. When used without further dilution, this product will function effectively during both summer and winter to provide protection from corrosion, freezing at least to − 36.7°C (−34.0°F), and boiling at least to 108°C (226°F).
API PUBL 931 C21 - MANUAL ON DISPOSAL OF REFINERY WASTES VOLUME ON LIQUID WASTES - CHAPTER 21 HANDLING STORMWATER RUNOFF Organization: API
Date: 1975-01-01
Description: Since the volume of runoff during storms very often dwarfs the volume of process wastewater that must be treated, selection of a system for handling runoff can have an important bearing on the cost of the wastewater treatment plant based on hydraulic capacity alone. Dilution of process water by clean storm water can also be a disadvantage for less obvious reasons.
ASTM D5674 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR OPERATION OF A GAGING STATION Organization: ASTM
Date: 1995-02-15
Description: Compatibility between sensors, recorders, retrieval equipment, and operational systems is necessary, and data requirements and environmental operating conditions must be considered in equipment selection.
ASTM D4985 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR LOW SILICATE ETHYLENE GLYCOL BASE ENGINE COOLANT FOR HEAVY DUTY ENGINES REQUIRING A PRE-CHARGE OF SUPPLEMENTAL COOLANT ADDITIVE (SCA) Organization: ASTM
Date: 2010-04-01
Description: Coolants meeting this specification require an initial charge of a supplemental coolant additive (SCA) and require regular maintenance doses of an SCA to continue the protection in certain operating heavy-duty engine cooling systems, particularly those of the wet cylinder liner-in-block design.
API PUBL 4772 - MEASURING PARTICULATE EMISSIONS FROM COMBUSTION SOURCES Organization: API
Date: 2008-09-01
Description: Measurements were made using a conventional cyclone/filter/impinger method (EPA Methods 201A and 202) along with a newly developed dilution system sampler. This new sampler seeks to represent atmospheric conditions by diluting and mixing stack gas with clean ambient air, and collecting the resulting PM on filters similar to those used in ambient air sampling.
API 4009 - ENGINEERING STUDY OF REMOVAL OF SULFUR OXIDES FROM STACK GASES Organization: API
Date: 1968-08-01
Description: The second and main program objective was to provide up-to-date information on capital and operating costs for specific flue gas treatment systems so that the public, private industry, and governmental agencies responsible for the control of sulfur oxide emissions could (a) assess the economic impact and (b) compare the flue gas cleaning concept to other methods suggested for reduction of sulfur oxides pollution.
SAE/TP - 2011-01-2562 - DESIGN PROCEDURE OF A REVERSE FLOW COMBUSTOR FOR A HELICOPTER ENGINE WITH HIGH TEMPERATURE RISE Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2011-10-18
Description: The design procedure includes the combustor sizing, fuel injector design, swirl cup design, air distribution along the liner, primary hole design, dilution zone design and the cooling system design. Final dimensions are also shown in a figure, which have been validated with one of the present combustor design.
ISO/IEC 80079-36 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES – PART 36: NON-ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES – BASIC METHOD AND REQUIREMENTS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-02-01
Description: Such measures include for example inerting, suppression, venting or containment or for example by dilution, drainage, monitoring and shut-down. Such measures are outside the scope of this standard.
SAE/TP - 2007-01-3302 - ANTI-ICING FLUID RESIDUES Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2007-09-24
Description: Although specifically designed for their anti-icing capability, Type II, III and IV fluids are also permitted to be used heated, with or without dilution, as de-icing fluids. When used this way, the effect of heat and, if used, dilution, reduces the holdover capability of the fluid, but is often still sufficient to allow aircraft to taxi and take-off without a further fluid application.
DSF/PREN ISO/IEC 80079-36 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES - PART 36: NON-ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR USE IN EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES - BASIC METHODS AND REQUIREMENTS (ISO/IEC/DIS 80079-36:2012) Organization: DS
Description: Such explosion prevention and/or protection measures include for example inerting, suppression, venting or containment or for example by dilution, drainage, monitoring and shut-down. Such explosion protection methods are outside the scope of this standard.

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