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ASTM F431 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR AIR PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT PLENUM CHAMBER FOR VACUUM CLEANERS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2004-08-01
Description: The plenum chamber is designed for vacuum measurements only. (Warning—The plenum chamber has been shown to accurately determine maximum air power values at various test points for vacuum cleaners.
NASA-LLIS-1621 - LESSONS LEARNED – PROTECTION OF ROCKET CHAMBER PRESSURE TRANSDUCER SENSING PORT Organization: NASA
Date: 2005-04-29
Description: During the first rocket launch, hot rocket exhaust gas was allowed to impinge directly inside the rocket chamber pressure transducer sensing port. Even though the pressure transducer was designed to survive hostile environments and remained operational, the high gas temperature caused it to produce pressure readings that were erroneously high for the firt two seconds of rocket motor firing.
NFPA 99C - STANDARD ON GAS AND VACUUM SYSTEMS - EFFECTIVE DATE: 2/7/2005 Organization: NFPA
Date: 2005-01-01
Description: Chapter 20 applies to both single- and multiple-occupancy hyperbaric chambers; to animal chambers, the size of which precludes human occupancy; and to those in which the chamber atmosphere contains an oxygen partial pressure greater than an absolute pressure of 21.3 kPa (3.09 psi) (0.21 atmospheres).
ASTM F2338 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR NONDESTRUCTIVE DETECTION OF LEAKS IN PACKAGES BY VACUUM DECAY METHOD Organization: ASTM
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: Leaks Detected—This test method detects package leaks by measuring the rise in pressure (vacuum loss) in an enclosed evacuated test chamber containing the test package. Vacuum loss results from leakage of test package headspace gases and/or volatilization of test package liquid contents located in or near the leak.
CEN - EN ISO 7396-1 - MEDICAL GAS PIPELINE SYSTEMS - PART 1: PIPELINE SYSTEMS FOR COMPRESSED MEDICAL GASES AND VACUUM Organization: CEN
Date: 2016-03-01
Description: (*) EN 14931 defines additional requirements for hyperbaric application, in particular for flows and pressures of compressed air required to pressurize the hyperbaric chamber and to drive other connected services. Also included are requirements for oxygen and other treatment gases administered to patients.
NBN - EN ISO 7396-1 - MEDICAL GAS PIPELINE SYSTEMS - PART 1: PIPELINE SYSTEMS FOR COMPRESSED MEDICAL GASES AND VACUUM (ISO 7396-1:2016) Organization: NBN
Date: 2016-04-22
Description: (*) EN 14931 defines additional requirements for hyperbaric application, in particular for flows and pressures of compressed air required to pressurize the hyperbaric chamber and to drive other connected services. Also included are requirements for oxygen and other treatment gases administered to patients.
DIN EN ISO 7396-1 - MEDICAL GAS PIPELINE SYSTEMS - PART 1: PIPELINE SYSTEMS FOR COMPRESSED MEDICAL GASES AND VACUUM (ISO 7396-1:2016) Organization: DIN
Date: 2016-09-01
Description: (*) EN 14931 defines additional requirements for hyperbaric application, in particular for flows and pressures of compressed air required to pressurize the hyperbaric chamber and to drive other connected services. Also included are requirements for oxygen and other treatment gases administered to patients.
NASA-LLIS-1089 - LESSONS LEARNED - TOPEX/POSEIDON SPACECRAFT HANDLING ANOMALY SPECIAL REVIEW BOARD FINAL REPORT OF MAY 29, 1992 Organization: NASA
Date: 1992-05-29
Description: Abstract: Support equipment was damaged during a lift because the fixture assembly used for lifting the spacecraft into the thermal vacuum chamber was unstable in the TOPEX/POSEIDON configuration.
SAE/TP - 2009-01-2378 - ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING FOR THE RELIABILITY EFFECTS OF LUNAR DUST Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2009-07-12
Description: Orbital Technologies Corporation (ORBITEC) utilizes a variety of in-house testing capabilities (vibration, shock, acoustic loads, space vacuum, temperature cycling, humidity, burn-in, etc.) for qualification and screening of flight components. A lunar dust chamber was designed and constructed to include exposure to lunar regolith and dust simulants.
NASA-LLIS-0877 - LESSONS LEARNED – TESTING OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS TO BE EXPERIENCED DURING OPERATIONS Organization: NASA
Date: 2000-03-06
Description: Description of Driving Event: On May 28, 1993, a NASA astronaut suffered frostbite on eight fingers during manned thermal-vacuum (MTV) testing in Chamber B, Building 32, at JSC. This test was the second portion of a two-part test designed to evaluate the extravehicular activity (EVA) hand tool functionality and flight crew operations for the Hubble Space Telescope First Servicing Mission.
WSPC - IMPED WKE HIGH ENER PART ACCEL - IMPEDANCES AND WAKES IN HIGH ENERGY PARTICLE ACCELERATORS Organization: WSPC
Date: 1998-02-28
Description: In order to achieve this maximum performance, a good understanding of the interaction of the charged particle beams with the surrounding vacuum chamber and other accelerator components is necessary.
NASA-LLIS-0744 - LESSONS LEARNED – EVALUATION OF ACTUAL OPERATING CONDITIONS IN HARDWARE DESIGNS PRIOR TO HAZARDOUS TESTING/OPERATIONS Organization: NASA
Date: 2000-03-06
Description: The actual test lasted 6 hours in the thermal-vacuum chamber with the suited astronaut repeatedly operating a large number of hand tools and hardware at temperatures as low as -140°F.
NASA-LLIS-0876 - LESSONS LEARNED – RECOGNITION AND COMMUNICATION OF HAZARDS DURING OPERATIONAL TESTING Organization: NASA
Date: 2000-03-06
Description: The actual test lasted 6 hours in the thermal-vacuum chamber with the suited astronaut repeatedly operating a large number of hand tools and hardware at temperatures as low as 140° F.
SAE ARP1317 - ELECTRON BEAM WELDING Organization: SAE
Date: 2000-10-01
Description: In the type of equipment used primarily in aerospace applications, welding is performed in a vacuum chamber in which both the work piece and the electron gun are at pressure levels of 1 x 10-4 Torr (133 x 10-4 Pa) or lower.
SAE/TP - 2009-01-2427 - TESTING OF COMMERCIAL HOLLOW FIBER MEMBRANES FOR SPACESUIT WATER MEMBRANE EVAPORATOR Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2009-07-12
Description: Three commercial off-the-shelf hollow fiber membrane evaporators, which were modified for low pressure, were tested as potential spacesuit water membrane evaporator (SWME) heat rejection technologies at pressures below 33 pascals in a vacuum chamber. Water quality was controlled in a series of 25 tests, first by simulating potable water that was reclaimed from wastewater and then by changing periodically to simulate the ever-concentrating make-up of the circulating coolant over that which is predicted over the course of 100 extravehicular activities.
SAE/TP - 2007-01-3275 - SPACE SUIT RADIATOR PERFORMANCE IN LUNAR AND MARS ENVIRONMENTS Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2007-07-09
Description: Herein, we report on tests conducted in the NASA Johnson Space Center Chamber E Thermal Vacuum Test Facility. Up to 250 W (855 Btu/h) of heat were rejected in simulated Lunar and Mars environments with temperatures as cold as -170°C (-275°F).
ASME STP/NU-067 - ROADMAP FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ASME CODE RULES FOR FUSION ENERGY DEVICES Organization: ASME
Date: 2014-03-11
Description: VISION STATEMENT AND OVERVIEW The ASME Board on Nuclear Codes and Standards approved an effort to develop rules for the construction of fusion-energy-related components such as the vacuum vessel (vacuum or target chamber), cryostat and superconductor structures and their interaction with each other.
SAE/TP - 2007-01-3205 - TESTING OF THE MULTI-FLUID EVAPORATOR ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT UNIT Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2007-07-09
Description: Check-out and thermal performance tests simulated how each of the four sections of the prototype would perform by varying the chamber pressure, evaporant flow rate, coolant flow rate and coolant temperature.
NASA-LLIS-5636 - LESSONS LEARNED - USE OF NATURAL, FLIGHT-LIKE SPECTRA IN INSTRUMENT TESTING Organization: NASA
Date: 2011-04-29
Description: The OCO heliostat used a pair of mirrors to capture the sunlight and direct it though a window into the thermal-vacuum chamber and into the flight instrument (Reference (2)).
NBN - EN ISO 7396-1 - SYSTÈMES DE DISTRIBUTION DE GAZ MÉDICAUX - PARTIE 1: SYSTÈMES DE DISTRIBUTION DE GAZ MÉDICAUX COMPRIMÉS ET DE VIDE (ISO 7396-1:2016) Organization: NBN
Date: 2016-04-22
Description: (*) EN 14931 defines additional requirements for hyperbaric application, in particular for flows and pressures of compressed air required to pressurize the hyperbaric chamber and to drive other connected services. Also included are requirements for oxygen and other treatment gases administered to patients.

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