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NAVY - MIL-O-28585 - OHM METER, RESISTANCE TO GROUND TESTING, PORTABLE Organization: NAVY
Date: 1968-12-05
NAVY - MIL-O-28585 CANC NOTICE 1 - OHM METER, RESISTANCE TO GROUND TESTING, PORTABLE Organization: NAVY
Date: 1980-04-04
AWPA/WOOD - AWPA E14 - LABORATORY METHOD FOR RAPIDLY EVALUATING THE DECAY RESISTANCE OF WOOD-BASED MATERIALS IN GROUND CONTACT: SOIL BED TEST Organization: AWPA/WOOD
Date: 2016-01-01
AWPA/WOOD - AWPA E23 - LABORATORY METHOD FOR RAPIDLY EVALUATING THE DECAY RESISTANCE OF WOOD-BASED MATERIALS IN GROUND CONTACT USING STATIC BENDING: SOIL JAR TEST Organization: AWPA/WOOD
Date: 2016-01-01
BRE IP14/01 - DURABILITY OF TIMBER IN GROUND CONTACT - E D SUTTIE Organization: BRE
Date: 2001-01-01
Description: The BRE field trials database relates specifically to Hazard Class 4 (ground contact) Several British and European standards tests have been developed to cover the classification of the natural durability of different timber species as well as to evaluate the effectiveness of preservative treatments.
IPC - TM-650 2.5.33.1 - MEASUREMENT OF ELECTRICAL OVERSTRESS FROM SOLDERING HAND TOOLS - GROUND MEASUREMENTS Organization: IPC
Date: 1998-11-01
Description: This test method describes the measurement of the DC tip-to-ground resistance of an electric hand soldering/ desoldering tool designed with a grounded tip.
SAE R-392 - THEORY AND APPLICATIONS OF AERODYNAMICS FOR GROUND VEHICLES - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: SAE
Date: 2014-03-20
Description: Though lift is a desirable occurrence in flight, groundedness, an inverse of lift, is the goal in ground vehicle design. This negative lift is often referred to as downforce in ground vehicle aerodynamics.
ASHRAE - LV-11-C002 - AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE ACCURACY OF THERMAL RESPONSE TESTS USED TO MEASURE GROUND THERMAL PROPERTIES Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: Comparison of the results of the ground thermal properties of the nine boreholes provides meaningful insight into the uncertainty issue of the thermal response tests. The ground thermal conductivity and the borehole thermal resistance estimations of nine boreholes are then used to investigate the sensitivity of the design of borehole systems to the random variations in the estimated thermal properties.
ASTM E1462 - STANDARD TEST METHODS FOR INSULATION INTEGRITY AND GROUND PATH CONTINUITY OF PHOTOVOLTAIC MODULES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-03-01
Description: A procedure is provided for verifying that electrical continuity exists between the exposed external conductive surfaces of the module, such as the frame, structural members, or edge closures, and its grounding point (ground path continuity test). This test method does not establish pass or fail levels.
DS/EN 12061 - PLASTICS PIPING SYSTEMS - THERMOPLASTICS FITTINGS - TEST METHOD FOR IMPACT RESISTANCE Organization: DS
Date: 1999-05-20
Description: This standard specifies a method for testing the impact resistance of fittings by dropping them onto a rigid surface.
ESD - STM9.1 - PROTECTION OF ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE SUSCEPTIBLE ITEMS FOOTWEAR – RESISTIVE CHARACTERIZATION (EXCLUDING FOOT GROUNDERS) Organization: ESD
Date: 2012-09-02
Description: PURPOSE This standard test method provides a test method to measure the electrical resistance of static control footwear and footwear systems with a person.
IEEE 81 - GUIDE FOR MEASURING EARTH RESISTIVITY, GROUND IMPEDANCE, AND EARTH SURFACE POTENTIALS OF A GROUNDING SYSTEM Organization: IEEE
Date: 2012-12-05
Description: These factors include the purpose of the measurement, the accuracy required, the types of instruments available, the possible sources of error, and the nature of the ground or grounding system under test. It also describes test procedures that promote the safety of personnel and property, and it seeks to minimize operating interferences with neighboring facilities.
DS/EN 14830 - THERMOPLASTICS INSPECTION CHAMBER AND MANHOLE BASES - TEST METHODS FOR BUCKLING RESISTANCE Organization: DS
Date: 2007-01-11
Description: This European Standard specifies methods of test for the resistance of the base of thermoplastics inspection chambers and manholes to external soil and ground-water pressure after installation.NOTE This is intended as a test of the durability and structural integrity of manhole and inspection chamber bases supporting product standards prEN 13598-2 [1] and prEN 15229 [2].
NBN - EN 14830 - THERMOPLASTICS INSPECTION CHAMBER AND MANHOLE BASES - TEST METHODS FOR BUCKLING RESISTANCE Organization: NBN
Date: 2006-12-19
Description: This European Standard specifies methods of test for the resistance of the base of thermoplastics inspection chambers and manholes to external soil and ground-water pressure after installation.NOTE  This is intended as a test of the durability and structural integrity of manhole and inspection chamber bases supporting product standards prEN 13598-2 [1] and prEN 15229 [2].
NBN - EN 14830 - THERMOPLASTICS INSPECTION CHAMBER AND MANHOLE BASES - TEST METHODS FOR BUCKLING RESISTANCE Organization: NBN
Date: 2006-12-19
Description: This European Standard specifies methods of test for the resistance of the base of thermoplastics inspection chambers and manholes to external soil and ground-water pressure after installation.NOTE  This is intended as a test of the durability and structural integrity of manhole and inspection chamber bases supporting product standards prEN 13598-2 [1] and prEN 15229 [2].
ISO 13257 - THERMOPLASTICS PIPING SYSTEMS FOR NONPRESSURE APPLICATIONS — TEST METHOD FOR RESISTANCE TO ELEVATED TEMPERATURE CYCLING - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2010-06-01
Description: This International Standard specifies a method for testing the resistance of thermoplastics piping systems for soil and waste discharge inside buildings, application area "B", or buried in the ground within the building structure, application areas "BD" or "UD", to 1 500 cycles of elevated temperature cycling.
DS/EN 1191 - WINDOWS AND DOORS - RESISTANCE TO REPEATED OPENING AND CLOSING - TEST METHOD Organization: DS
Date: 2013-02-13
Description: The testing does not include any hardware whose operation is not directly involved in the opening and closing of the moving components: added-on fastening systems such as peg-stays or cabin hooks or bolts, nor, unless specified, any independently installed stops (not connected to the complete assembly) such as a wall or ground-mounted stop. NOTE 1 The Annexes provide more details on the testing procedures that may differ from the main part of this European Standard and are mandatory: - Annex A applies to Tilt and Turn, Tilt-First, Turn-Only, or Tilt-Only windows and door-height windows; - Annex B applies to Sliding, Lift and Slide or Lift and Slide and Tilt windows and door-height windows; - Annex C applies to Tilt and Slide windows and door-height windows; - Annex D applies to Fold and Slide windows and door-height windows; - Annex E applies to horizontal and vertical pivot windows and door-height windows; - Annex F applies to Vertical Sliding windows; - Annex G applies to side-hung casements and top-hung windows, opening outwards (including reversible windows); - Annex H applies to side-hung single swing pedestrian doorsets excluding power operated doors; - Annex I applies to power-operated (automatic) side-hung single-swing pedestrian doorsets.
NBN - EN 1191 - WINDOWS AND DOORS - RESISTANCE TO REPEATED OPENING AND CLOSING - TEST METHOD Organization: NBN
Date: 2013-02-22
Description: The testing does not include any hardware whose operation is not directly involved in the opening and closing of the moving components: added-on fastening systems such as peg-stays or cabin hooks or bolts, nor, unless specified, any independently installed stops (not connected to the complete assembly) such as a wall or ground-mounted stop.NOTE 1 The Annexes provide more details on the testing procedures that may differ from the main part of this European Standard and are mandatory:- Annex A applies to Tilt and Turn, Tilt-First, Turn-Only, or Tilt-Only windows and door-height windows;- Annex B applies to Sliding, Lift and Slide or Lift and Slide and Tilt windows and door-height windows;- Annex C applies to Tilt and Slide windows and door-height windows;- Annex D applies to Fold and Slide windows and door-height windows;- Annex E applies to horizontal and vertical pivot windows and door-height windows;- Annex F applies to Vertical Sliding windows;- Annex G applies to side-hung casements and top-hung windows, opening outwards (including reversible windows);- Annex H applies to side-hung single swing pedestrian doorsets excluding power operated doors;- Annex I applies to power-operated (automatic) side-hung single-swing pedestrian doorsets.
NBN - EN 1191 - WINDOWS AND DOORS - RESISTANCE TO REPEATED OPENING AND CLOSING - TEST METHOD Organization: NBN
Date: 2013-02-22
Description: The testing does not include any hardware whose operation is not directly involved in the opening and closing of the moving components: added-on fastening systems such as peg-stays or cabin hooks or bolts, nor, unless specified, any independently installed stops (not connected to the complete assembly) such as a wall or ground-mounted stop.NOTE 1 The Annexes provide more details on the testing procedures that may differ from the main part of this European Standard and are mandatory:- Annex A applies to Tilt and Turn, Tilt-First, Turn-Only, or Tilt-Only windows and door-height windows;- Annex B applies to Sliding, Lift and Slide or Lift and Slide and Tilt windows and door-height windows;- Annex C applies to Tilt and Slide windows and door-height windows;- Annex D applies to Fold and Slide windows and door-height windows;- Annex E applies to horizontal and vertical pivot windows and door-height windows;- Annex F applies to Vertical Sliding windows;- Annex G applies to side-hung casements and top-hung windows, opening outwards (including reversible windows);- Annex H applies to side-hung single swing pedestrian doorsets excluding power operated doors;- Annex I applies to power-operated (automatic) side-hung single-swing pedestrian doorsets.
CEN - EN 1191 - WINDOWS AND DOORS - RESISTANCE TO REPEATED OPENING AND CLOSING - TEST METHOD Organization: CEN
Date: 2012-12-01
Description: The testing does not include any hardware whose operation is not directly involved in the opening and closing of the moving components: added-on fastening systems such as peg-stays or cabin hooks or bolts, nor, unless specified, any independently installed stops (not connected to the complete assembly) such as a wall or ground-mounted stop. NOTE 1 The Annexes provide more details on the testing procedures that may differ from the main part of this European Standard and are mandatory: - Annex A applies to Tilt and Turn, Tilt-First, Turn-Only, or Tilt-Only windows and door-height windows; - Annex B applies to Sliding, Lift and Slide or Lift and Slide and Tilt windows and door-height windows; - Annex C applies to Tilt and Slide windows and door-height windows; - Annex D applies to Fold and Slide windows and door-height windows; - Annex E applies to horizontal and vertical pivot windows and door-height windows; - Annex F applies to Vertical Sliding windows; - Annex G applies to side-hung casements and top-hung windows, opening outwards (including reversible windows); - Annex H applies to side-hung single and double action pedestrian doorsets excluding power operated doors; - Annex I applies to power-operated (automatic) side-hung single action pedestrian doorsets.

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