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ASTM - ASTM E1704 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR SPECIFYING ACOUSTICAL PERFORMANCE OF SOUND-ISOLATING ENCLOSURES Organization: ASTM
Date: 1995-06-15
Description: The guide covers the development of criteria for the acoustical performance of a broad variety of acoustical enclosures by identifying information necessary to unambiguously describe acoustical performance. This guide is not a standard ASTM specification for a sound-isolating enclosure. Excluded from the scope of this guide are technical considerations for enclosure design that do not pertain directly to acoustical performance.
TIA/EIA-455-81 - FOTP-81 COMPOUND FLOW (DRIP) TEST FOR FILLED FIBER OPTIC CABLE Organization: TIA
Date: 2000-02-01
Description: (Footnote 1) NOTE: Filling and flooding compounds minimize water penetration and assist in isolating fibers from outside environmental concerns. Footnote 1 - For a similar test for other than fiber optic filled telecommunications cable, refer to the compound Flow test of ASTM D 4565.
GMNA - GM209M - ENGINE COVER FASTENER GROMMETS - ISSUE 4; DO NOT USE ON NEW PROGRAMS; REPLACED BY GMW17291 Organization: GMNA
Date: 2016-06-01
Description: This document covers the requirements of rubber (55 to 80 hardness) used for fastener isolator grom-mets. Test requirements for approved compounds are intended to permit usage in the described tem-perature and engine fluid exposure environment& Currently only Class B compounds are defined.
ASTM - ASTM E2853 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR EVALUATING EMERGENCY RESPONSE ROBOT CAPABILITIES: HUMAN-SYSTEM INTERACTION (HSI): SEARCH TASKS: RANDOM MAZES WITH COMPLEX TERRAIN Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-02-01
Description: Among all the standard test methods thatASTM E54.08.01 Task Group on Robotics has specified, some depend more on the former while the others on the latter, but it would be extremely hard to totally isolate the two factors. This HSI test suite is specified to focus on evaluating the operator's capabilities of interacting with the robotic system, whereas a separately specified sensor test suite, including Test Method E2566, focuses on the robots' sensing capabilities.

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