This document specifies a method for testing engines designed for automotive vehicles. It applies to the evaluation of their performance with a view, in particular to presenting curves of power and specific fuel consumption at full load as a function of engine speed. It applies only to net power assessment. This document concerns internal combustion engines used for propulsion of passenger cars, trucks and other motor vehicles, excluding motorcycles, mopeds and agricultural tractors normally travelling on roads, and included in one of the following categories: — reciprocating internal combustion engines (spark-ignition or compression-ignition) but excluding free piston engines; — rotary piston engines. These engines can be naturally aspirated or pressure-charged, either using a mechanical supercharger or turbocharger.

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This document specifies a method for testing internal combustion engines for propulsion of road vehicles as defined in ISO 3833. It applies to the evaluation of their performance with a view, in particular, to presenting curves of power and specific fuel consumption at full load as a function of engine speed. This document is applicable to gross power assessment. This document concerns internal combustion engines used for propulsion of passenger cars, trucks and other motor vehicles, excluding motorcycles, mopeds and agricultural tractors normally travelling on roads, and included in one of the following categories: — reciprocating internal combustion engines (spark-ignition or compression-ignition) but excluding free piston engines; — rotary piston engines. These engines can be naturally aspirated or pressure charged, either using a mechanical supercharger or turbocharger. This document is primarily intended for the communication between the engine manufacturer and the manufacturer of the vehicle. If used for advertising purposes, the ratings will clearly state that they are gross power in accordance with 9.2.

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This International Standard is applicable to heavy-duty road vehicle engines subject to regulations as regards their exhaust emissions at the time of their certification. Mopeds, motorcycles, passenger cars and non-road vehicles are not within its scope. This International Standard defines the criteria making it possible to group those engines of the same manufacturer having, by design, similar regulated exhaust emission characteristics (gaseous and particulate pollutants, as well as smoke) within a family or families. It defines the parameters necessitating the carrying out of different groupings, leaving open to the manufacturer the latitude to carry out groupings of lower size. This International Standard defines the procedure for selecting from within each engine family the parent engine, the specific characteristics of which will probably make it more difficult to produce a low level of exhaust emissions.

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2009-11-25 SJ: the reference has been corrected (from prA3 to prA1). This is the first amendment to EN 1175-3:1998.
2009-09-09 SJ: Under Alert 2 - can be deleted if no text by end December 2009.

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2009-09-09 SJ: Under Alert 2 - can be deleted if no text by end December 2009.

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1.1 This standard specifies the electrical and related mechanical safety requirements for the design and construction of the electrical installation in internal combustion engine powered trucks (hereinafter referred to as "trucks") with starter battery nominal voltages up to and including 24 V.
NOTE 1 Part 3 of this standard details specific electrical requirements for electrical power transmission systems of internal combustion engine powered trucks.
NOTE 2 Reference is made to this standard in other standards which cover the non-electrical requirements of the various industrial truck types.
NOTE 3 The special requirements for operation in potentially explosive atmospheres are not covered in this European Standard.
1.2 The requirements of this standard are applicable, when trucks are operated under the following climatic conditions:
- Maximum ambient temperature, continuous duty:    +40 °C;
- Lowest ambient temperature:    -20 °C;
- Service altitude:   up to 2000 m;
- Relative humidity:  in the range 30 % to 95 % (non condensing).
1.3 This standard covers specific hazards which could occur during the intended use of trucks. For hazards occurring during construction, transportation, commissioning, decommissioning and disposal, reference should be made to EN ISO 12100-2:2003.

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1.1   This standard specifies the electrical and related mechanical safety requirements for the design and construction of the electrical installation in internal combustion engine powered trucks (hereinafter referred to as "trucks") with starter battery nominal voltages up to and including 24 V.  NOTE 1: Part 3 of this standard details specific electrical requirements for electrical power transmission systems of internal combustion engine powered trucks.  NOTE 2: Reference is made to this standard in other standards which cover the non-electrical requirements of the various industrial truck types.    NOTE 3. This standard does not address the subject of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).        NOTE 4. The special requirements for operation in potentially explosive atmospheres are not covered in this standard.  1.2  The requirements of this standard are applicable, when trucks are operated under the following climatic conditions:     - Maximum ambient temperature, continuous duty: +40oC;    - Lowest ambient temperature: -20 oC;    - Service altitude: up to 2000 m;    - Relative humidity: in the range 30 % to 95 % (non condensing).  1.3  This standard covers specific hazards which could occur during the intended use of trucks. For hazards occurring during construction, transportation, commissioning, de-commissioning and disposal, reference should be made to EN 292.

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1.1 This standard specifies the safety requirements for the design and construction of electrical power transmission systems of trucks with internal combustion engines driving one or more generators with outputs up to and including 600 V supplying power to function motors. The Annex A is normative and contains "Generators - Output and test rules".  NOTE 1 : Reference is made to this standard in other standards which cover the non-electrical requirements of the various industrial truck types.     NOTE 2 : This standard does not address the subject of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).   NOTE 3 : The special requirements for operation in potentially explosive atmospheres are not covered in this standard.  1.2  The requirements of this standard are applicable, when trucks are operated under the following climatic conditions:   - Maximum ambient temperature, continuous duty: +40?C;  - Lowest ambient temperature: -20 ?C;  - Service altitude: up to 2000 m;  - Relative humidity: in the range 30 % to 95 % (non condensing).    1.3  This standard covers specific hazards which could occur during the intended use of trucks. For hazards occurring during construction, transportation, commissioning, de-commissioning and disposal, reference should be made to EN 292.

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Applies to rotary piston engines and reciprocating internal combustion engines except of free piston engines for passenger cars and other motor vehicles, excluding motorcycles, mopeds and agricultural tractors, normally travelling on roads. Specifies a method of testing to evaluate their performance with a view, in particular, to presenting curves of power and specific fuel consumption at full load as a function of engine speed.

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