This International Standard defines terms and definitions concerned in all standardisation work within
the scope of ISO/TC 300, i.e. terms used in the field of production and trade of solid recovered fuels
that are prepared from non-hazardous waste.
NOTE Solid biofuels are covered by the scope of ISO/TC 238.
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This document defines terms for solid recovered fuels to enable the user to understand the scope of the work of ISO/TC 300. Where a term and definition are required in a single standard, the term and definition will be referenced in that standard.

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This European Standard defines the terminology to be used in the field of sustainability criteria for the production of biofuels and bioliquids for energy applications. This European Standard specifically considers some relevant terms and definitions used in the European Commission Directive 2009/28/EC [1], referred to as Renewable Energy Directive (RED), and in the European Commission Directive 2009/30/EC [2] referred to as Fuel Quality Directive (FQD), or in other European regulations.

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This document defines the applications, pressure rating methodology, the classification of the products
according to application, type of joint and resin matrix and the limitations to both the materials of
construction and the dimensions. It also lists the terms, definitions and symbols used and provides
guidance in the use and interpretation of ISO 14692-2, ISO 14692-3 and ISO 14692-4.
ISO 14692 (all parts) is applicable to GRP piping systems that 1) utilize joints that are capable of
restraining axial thrust from internal pressure, temperature change and fluid hydrodynamic forces
and 2) have a trapezoidal shape for its design envelope. It is primarily intended for offshore applications
on both fixed and floating topsides facilities, but it can also be used for the specification, manufacture,
testing and installation of GRP piping systems in other similar applications found onshore, e.g.
produced-water, firewater systems and general industrial use.
For floating installations, reference is made to the design, construction and certification standards for
the hull or vessel, since these can allow alternative codes and standards for GRP piping associated with
marine and/or ballast systems. However, it is recommended that ISO 14692 (all parts) be used for such
applications to the maximum degree attainable.
ISO 14692 (all parts) can also be used as the general basis for specification of pipe used for pump
caissons, stilling tubes, I-tubes, seawater lift risers and other similar items.

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ISO 14692-1:2017 defines the applications, pressure rating methodology, the classification of the products according to application, type of joint and resin matrix and the limitations to both the materials of construction and the dimensions. It also lists the terms, definitions and symbols used and provides guidance in the use and interpretation of ISO 14692-2, ISO 14692-3 and ISO 14692-4.
ISO 14692 (all parts) is applicable to GRP piping systems that 1) utilize joints that are capable of restraining axial thrust from internal pressure, temperature change and fluid hydrodynamic forces and 2) have a trapezoidal shape for its design envelope. It is primarily intended for offshore applications on both fixed and floating topsides facilities, but it can also be used for the specification, manufacture, testing and installation of GRP piping systems in other similar applications found onshore, e.g. produced-water, firewater systems and general industrial use.
For floating installations, reference is made to the design, construction and certification standards for the hull or vessel, since these can allow alternative codes and standards for GRP piping associated with marine and/or ballast systems. However, it is recommended that ISO 14692 (all parts) be used for such applications to the maximum degree attainable.
ISO 14692 (all parts) can also be used as the general basis for specification of pipe used for pump caissons, stilling tubes, I-tubes, seawater lift risers and other similar items.

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ISO 14532:2014 establishes the terms, definitions, symbols, and abbreviations used in the field of natural gas.
The terms and definitions have been reviewed and studied in order to cover all aspects of any particular term with input from other sources such as European Standards from CEN (The European Committee for Standardization), national standards, and existing definitions in the IGU Dictionary of the Gas Industry.
The definitive intention of ISO 14532:2014 is to incorporate the reviewed definitions into the ISO/TC 193 source standards.

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ISO 14532:2014 establishes the terms, definitions, symbols, and abbreviations used in the field of natural gas.
The terms and definitions have been reviewed and studied in order to cover all aspects of any particular term with input from other sources such as European Standards from CEN (The European Committee for Standardization), national standards, and existing definitions in the IGU Dictionary of the Gas Industry.
The definitive intention of ISO 14532:2014 is to incorporate the reviewed definitions into the ISO/TC 193 source standards.

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ISO 1213-2:2016 defines terms commonly employed in the sampling, testing and analysis of solid mineral fuels. Alternative names are given for several terms. In some cases, however, the use of the alternative name is deprecated (as indicated). An alphabetical index, with numerical cross reference is provided.

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EN ISO 16559 determines the terminology and definitions for solid biofuels. According to the scope of the ISO/TC 238 this standard only includes raw and processed material originating from - forestry and arboriculture, - agriculture and horticulture, - aquaculture Materials originating from different recycling processes of end-of-life-products are not within the scope but relevant terms are included for information. Areas covered by ISO/TC28/SC7 “Liquid biofuels” and ISO/TC193 “Natural gas” are excluded. Other standards with a different scope than this International Standard may have different definitions than this standard.

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ISO 16559:2014 determines the terminology and definitions for solid biofuels. According to the scope of the ISO/TC 238 this standard only includes raw and processed material originating from
forestry and arboriculture,
agriculture and horticulture,
aquaculture

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ISO 16559:2014 determines the terminology and definitions for solid biofuels. According to the scope of the ISO/TC 238 this standard only includes raw and processed material originating from forestry and arboriculture, agriculture and horticulture, aquaculture

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EN 12597 defines terms for paving or industrial bitumen of various types and binders derived from bitumen. This European Standard is intended to cover materials only within the scope of CEN/TC 336, i.e. only bitumens and bituminous binders. It should consequently not extend to non-petroleum “hydrocarbon” binders such as coal tar and its derivatives or to natural asphalts. However, some definitions are given for some excluded materials and related terms. The corresponding terms were introduced only when they appeared in a definition of a product or process and when their definition was found necessary for understanding or for avoiding any ambiguity.

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This European Standard defines terms for paving or industrial bitumen of various types and binders derived from bitumen.
This European Standard is intended to cover materials only within the scope of CEN/TC 336, i.e. only bitumens and bituminous binders. It should consequently not extend to non-petroleum "hydrocarbon" binders such as coal tar and its derivatives or to natural asphalts. However, some definitions are given for some excluded materials and related terms. The corresponding terms were introduced only when they appeared in a definition of a product or process and when their definition was found necessary for understanding or for avoiding any ambiguity.
The materials covered by this European Standard are shown in Figure 1.
NOTE   Figure 1 also shows a clear distinction between materials inside and outside the scope of CEN/TC 336.

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This European Standard defines the principal terms concerning derivatives from coal pyrolysis.

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This International Standard defines terms and definitions concerned in all standardisation work within
the scope of ISO/TC 300, i.e. terms used in the field of production and trade of solid recovered fuels
that are prepared from non-hazardous waste.
NOTE Solid biofuels are covered by the scope of ISO/TC 238.
Definitions in other standards with a scope different from the scope of this International Standard can
be different from the definitions in this International Standard.

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This European Standard defines the principal terms concerning derivatives from coal pyrolysis.

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This international standard determines the terminology and definitions for solid biofuels. According to the scope of the ISO/TC 238 this standard only includes raw and processed material originating from
—   forestry and arboriculture,
—   agriculture and horticulture,
—   aquaculture
NOTE 1 Raw and processed material includes woody, herbaceous, fruit and aquatic biomass from the sectors mentioned above.
NOTE 2 Chemically treated material does not include halogenated organic compounds or heavy metals at levels higher than those in typical virgin material values or higher than typical values of the country of origin.
Materials originating from different recycling processes of end-of-life-products are not within the scope but relevant terms are included for information. Areas covered by ISO/TC28/SC7 “Liquid biofuels” and ISO/TC193 “Natural gas” are excluded.
Other standards with a different scope than this International Standard may have different definitions than this standard.

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This EN specifies a method for determining the tensile properties of a bituminous binder, in particular those of polymer-modified bitumens by means of a force ductility test.

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This EN specifies a method for determining the tensile properties of a bituminous binder, in particular those of polymer-modified bitumens by means of a force ductility test.

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This international standard determines the terminology and definitions for solid biofuels. According to the scope of the ISO/TC 238 this standard only includes raw and processed material originating from
—   forestry and arboriculture,
—   agriculture and horticulture,
—   aquaculture
NOTE 1 Raw and processed material includes woody, herbaceous, fruit and aquatic biomass from the sectors mentioned above.
NOTE 2 Chemically treated material does not include halogenated organic compounds or heavy metals at levels higher than those in typical virgin material values or higher than typical values of the country of origin.
Materials originating from different recycling processes of end-of-life-products are not within the scope but relevant terms are included for information. Areas covered by ISO/TC28/SC7 “Liquid biofuels” and ISO/TC193 “Natural gas” are excluded.
Other standards with a different scope than this International Standard may have different definitions than this standard.

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This European Standard defines the terminology to be used in the field of sustainability criteria for the production of biofuels and bioliquids for energy applications. This European Standard specifically considers some relevant terms and definitions used in the European Commission Directive 2009/28/EC [1], referred to as Renewable Energy Directive (RED), and in the European Commission Directive 2009/30/EC [2] referred to as Fuel Quality Directive (FQD), or in other European regulations.
This revision is basically a small amendment to align the text with the new requirements following the iLUC Directive and include the changes listed in in document N 224 as agreed upon during the plenary meeting.

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This European Standard defines terms and definitions concerned in all standardisation work within the scope of CEN/TC 343, i.e. terms used in the field of production and trade of solid recovered fuels that are prepared from non-hazardous waste.
NOTE Solid biofuels are covered by the scope of CEN/TC 335.
The embedding of the scope within the waste/solid recovered fuels field is given in Figure 1.
Definitions in other standards with a scope different from the scope of this European Standard can be different from the definitions in this European Standard.

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Defines, in English, 420 terms commonly employed in coal preparation under the following headlines: general terms, sizing, cleaning, separation of solids from water or air, size reduction, expression of results, blending and homogenization, automatic control.

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This European Standard defines the terminology to be used in the field of sustainability criteria for the production of biofuels and bioliquids for energy applications. This European Standard specifically considers some relevant terms and definitions used in the European Commission Directive 2009/28/EC [1], referred to as Renewable Energy Directive (RED), and in the European Commission Directive 2009/30/EC [2] referred to as Fuel Quality Directive (FQD), or in other European regulations.

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): WIs 110-113 are the result of the splitting of WI 079 (CC/991117)

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ISO 14692-1:2002 gives terms and definitions, describes the philosophy and provides guidance on the range of suitable applications, and defines limitations to the materials of construction for the specification, manufacture, testing and installation of glass-reinforced plastic (GRP) piping installations associated with offshore applications on both fixed and floating topsides facilities for oil and gas industry production and processing.
It is intended to be used in conjunction with the other parts of ISO 14692.
ISO 14692-1:2002 also describes the pressure terminology used in ISO 14692 (all parts).

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Defines 205 terms commonly employed in this field. Alternative names are given for several terms: in some cases, however, the use of the alternative name is deprecated (as indicated).

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This European Standard defines terms concerned in all standardisation work within the scope of CEN/TC 335. According to CEN/TC 335 this European Standard is applicable to solid biofuels originating from the following sources: products from agriculture and forestry; vegetable waste from agriculture and forestry; vegetable waste from the food processing industry; wood waste, with the exception of wood waste which may contain halogenated organic compounds or heavy metals as a result of treatment with wood preservatives or coating, and which includes in particular such wood waste from construction- and demolition waste; cork waste; fibrous vegetable waste from virgin pulp production and from production of paper from pulp, if it is coincinerated at the place of production and heat generated is recovered.

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This European Standard defines terms concerned in all standardisation work within the scope of CEN/TC 335. According to CEN/TC 335 this European Standard is applicable to solid biofuels originating from the following sources:
-   products from agriculture and forestry;
-   vegetable waste from agriculture and forestry;
-   vegetable waste from the food processing industry;
-   wood waste, with the exception of wood waste which may contain halogenated organic compounds or heavy metals as a result of treatment with wood preservatives or coating, and which includes in particular such wood waste from construction- and demolition waste;
-   cork waste;
-   fibrous vegetable waste from virgin pulp production and from production of paper from pulp, if it is co-incinerated at the place of production and heat generated is recovered.
The embedding of the scope within the biomass/biofuel field is given in Figure 1.
NOTE 1   CEN/TC 335 considers that wood waste, including wood waste originating from construction and demolition waste are included in the scope of CEN/TC 335 and of the scope of the mandate M/298 "solid biofuels", unless they contain halogenated organic compounds or heavy metals as a result of treatment with wood preservatives or coatings [8].
NOTE 2   There are more terms included within this European Standard as covered by the mandate due to clarification and differentiation.
NOTE 3   Changes of ownership of the fibrous vegetable waste between paper and pulp company and the operator of the co-incineration plant in which the waste is used does not affect the inclusion of the waste in the scope of mandate M/298.
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This European Standard defines terms for bitumen of various types and binders derived from bitumen. Should this standard be intended to cover materials only within the scope of TC 19, i.e. only petroleum-derived materials, it should con sequently not extend to non-petroleum "hydrocarbon" binders such as coal tar andits derivatives or to natural asphalts. However, some definitions are given for some excluded materials and related terms. The corresponding terms were introduced only when they appeared in a definition of a product or process and when their definition was found necessary for understanding or for avoiding any ambiguity

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This European Standard defines terms for bitumen of various types and binders derived from bitumen. Should this standard be intended to cover materials only within the scope of TC 19, i.e. only petroleum-derived materials, it should con sequently not extend to non-petroleum "hydrocarbon" binders such as coal tar andits derivatives or to natural asphalts. However, some definitions are given for some excluded materials and related terms. The corresponding terms were introduced only when they appeared in a definition of a product or process and when their definition was found necessary for understanding or for avoiding any ambiguity

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