This document specifies methods for comparing computer simulation results from a vehicle mathematical model to measured test data for an existing vehicle according to ISO 7401. The comparison is made for the purpose of validating the simulation tool for this type of test when applied to variants of the tested vehicle. It is applicable to passenger cars as defined in ISO 3833.

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This document specifies the minimum safety ventilation requirements for leisure accommodation vehicles.
It provides alternative methods of calculation or testing of safety ventilation.

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This document specifies the minimum safety ventilation requirements for leisure accommodation vehicles.
It provides alternative methods of calculation or testing of safety ventilation.

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This European Standard
defines, in alphabetical order,
terms relating to leisure
accommodation vehicles
(see 2.19) which are caravans
(see 2.5), caravan holiday
homes (see 2.6) and motor
caravans (see 2.24). These
terms are used in EN 721,
EN 722-1, EN 1645-1,
EN 1646-1, EN 1647,
EN 1648-1 and EN 1648-2.

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This document defines, in alphabetical order, terms relating to leisure accommodation vehicles (see 3.19) which are caravans (see 3.5), caravan holiday homes (see 3.6) and motor caravans (see 3.24). These terms are used in EN 721, EN 722-1, EN 1645-1, EN 1646-1, EN 1647, EN 1648-1 and EN 1648-2.

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The particular requirements of this part of IEC 60364 apply to electrical installations in
caravans and motor caravans.
They apply to those electrical circuits and equipment intended for the use of the caravan for
habitation purposes.
They do not apply to those electrical circuits and equipment for automotive purposes.
They do not apply to the electrical installations of mobile homes, residential park homes and
transportable units.
NOTE 1 For mobile homes and residential park homes the general requirements apply.
NOTE 2 For transportable units see IEC 60364-7-717.
NOTE 3 For the purposes of this document, caravans and motor caravans are referred to as “caravans”
The particular requirements of some parts from the IEC 60364-7 series can also apply to such
installations in caravans, for example IEC 60364-7-701.

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This document specifies an open-loop test procedure to examine the effect of braking on course holding and directional behaviour of a vehicle. Specifically, the method determines how the steady-state circular response of a vehicle is altered by a braking action only. This document is applicable to passenger cars as defined in ISO 3833 and to light trucks. The open-loop manoeuvre specified in this test method is not representative of real driving conditions but is useful to obtain measures of vehicle braking behaviour resulting from control inputs under closely controlled test conditions.

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This document specifies the general conditions that apply when vehicle dynamics properties are determined according to ISO test methods. In particular, it specifies general conditions for: — variables; — measuring equipment and data processing; — environment (test track and wind velocity); — test vehicle preparation (tuning and loading); — initial driving; and — test reports (general data and test conditions). These items are of general significance, regardless of the specific vehicle dynamics test method. They apply when vehicle dynamics properties are determined, unless other conditions are required by the standard which is actually used for the test method. This document is applicable to passenger cars as defined in ISO 3833 and light trucks. NOTE The general conditions defined in existing vehicle dynamics standards are valid until a reference to this document is included. This document is cited in many other standards without a dated reference. In the course of its revision, no change in the numbering of clauses, tables and figures is anticipated.

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This document specifies the dimensions of the test track for a closed-loop test method to subjectively determine a double lane-change which is one part of the vehicle dynamics and road-holding ability of passenger cars. It is applicable to passenger cars as defined in ISO 3833. It is also applicable to light commercial vehicles up to a gross vehicle mass of 3,5 t.

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This European Standard specifies requirements intended to ensure safety and health of persons using caravan holiday homes as defined in EN 13878, as temporary or seasonal accommodation.
It specifies grades of resistance to snow loads and the stability of the structure of caravan holiday homes as well as the minimum information to be included in a user's handbook.
It also specifies the corresponding test methods.

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This European Standard specifies requirements intended to ensure safety and health of persons using caravan holiday homes as defined in EN 13878, as temporary or seasonal accommodation.
It specifies grades of resistance to snow loads and the stability of the structure of caravan holiday homes as well as the minimum information to be included in a user's handbook.
It also specifies the corresponding test methods.

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This European Standard specifies requirements intended to ensure the safety and health of people when they use caravans for temporary or seasonal habitation.
It also specifies the corresponding test methods.
Requirements applicable to road safety are not included in the scope of this European Standard.
This European Standard is applicable exclusively to rigid and rigid folding caravans as defined in EN 13878.

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This European Standard specifies requirements intended to ensure the safety and health of people when they use caravans for temporary or seasonal habitation.
It also specifies the corresponding test methods.
Requirements applicable to road safety are not included in the scope of this European Standard.
This European Standard is applicable exclusively to rigid and rigid folding caravans as defined in EN 13878.

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ISO 9816:2018 specifies open-loop test methods to determine the reactions of a vehicle in a turn to a sudden drop in motive power resulting from release of the accelerator pedal. It applies to passenger cars as defined in ISO 3833.

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This European Standard specifies requirements intended to ensure the safety and health of persons when they use motor caravans for temporary or seasonal habitation.
It also specifies the corresponding test methods.
Specific requirements of this European Standard apply to motor caravans where the overall length multiplied by the overall width does not exceed 13,5 m2 plan area.
Requirements applicable to road safety are not included in the scope of this European Standard.
This European Standard is applicable exclusively to motor caravans as defined in EN 13878.

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This document specifies requirements intended to ensure the safety and health of persons when they use motor caravans for temporary or seasonal habitation.
It also specifies the corresponding test methods.
Specific requirements of this document apply to motor caravans where the overall length multiplied by the overall width does not exceed 13,5 m2 plan area.
Requirements applicable to road safety are not included in the scope of this document.
This document is applicable exclusively to motor caravans as defined in EN 13878.

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This European Standard specifies safety, health and functional requirements for 12 V direct current (DC) extra low voltage (ELV) electrical installations for habitation aspects of caravans. It covers the design and integration of the caravan system with the towing vehicle system.
It does not apply to commercial trailers; nor does it include requirements for ELV road lighting and signalling lamps and their installations, except for safety requirements for the routing of cables in LPG storage compartments.
This European Standard also specifies the ELV output requirements of low voltage (LV) equipment that may be used to provide an ELV supply but it does not specify safety, technical and functional requirements for LV appliances and installations. Requirements for LV installations are specified in HD 60364-7-721.

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This European Standard specifies safety, health and functional requirements for 12 V direct current (DC) extra low voltage (ELV) electrical installations for habitation aspects of motor caravans.
It applies only to installations which are electrically connected with the electrical installation of the base vehicle or which can be electrically connected with it by means of change-over devices.
This European Standard also specifies the ELV output requirements of low voltage (LV) equipment that may be used to provide an ELV supply but it does not specify safety, technical and functional requirements for LV appliances and installations. Requirements for LV installations are specified in HD 60364-7-721.

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This European Standard specifies safety, health and functional requirements for 12 V direct current (DC) extra low voltage (ELV) electrical installations for habitation aspects of motor caravans.
It applies only to installations which are electrically connected with the electrical installation of the base vehicle or which can be electrically connected with it by means of change-over devices.
This European Standard also specifies the ELV output requirements of low voltage (LV) equipment that may be used to provide an ELV supply but it does not specify safety, technical and functional requirements for LV appliances and installations. Requirements for LV installations are specified in HD 60364 7 721.

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This European Standard specifies safety, health and functional requirements for 12 V direct current (DC) extra low voltage (ELV) electrical installations for habitation aspects of caravans. It covers the design and integration of the caravan system with the towing vehicle system.
It does not apply to commercial trailers; nor does it include requirements for ELV road lighting and signalling lamps and their installations, except for safety requirements for the routing of cables in LPG storage compartments.
This European Standard also specifies the ELV output requirements of low voltage (LV) equipment that may be used to provide an ELV supply but it does not specify safety, technical and functional requirements for LV appliances and installations. Requirements for LV installations are specified in HD 60364 7 721.

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This document specifies requirements, test methods and material performance characteristics for
vehicle awnings. It applies to awnings intended to be pitched and struck.
This document is not applicable to:
a) sun awnings: structure detachable from the vehicle which is used to provide shelter from the sun,
but is not designed or constructed to provide shelter from wind, rain or snow;
NOTE 1 A sun awning can be used with additional front and side panels to form an enclosure, but this
enclosure would not meet the requirements of an awning as defined in this document.
b) external blinds: structure permanently fixed to a vehicle which is used to provide shelter from the
sun, but is not designed or constructed to provide shelter from wind, rain or snow;
NOTE 2 An external blind can be used with additional front and side panels to form an enclosure, but this
enclosure would not meet the requirements of an awning as defined in this document.
c) fixed awnings: permanent awning which is not designed for mobile use.
EXAMPLE Awnings equipped with square aluminium frames or timber supporting structures and the
possibility to install living compartment windows and doors.

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ISO 8936:2017 specifies requirements, test methods and material performance characteristics for vehicle awnings. It applies to awnings intended to be pitched and struck.
ISO 8936:2017 is not applicable to:
a) sun awnings: structure detachable from the vehicle which is used to provide shelter from the sun, but is not designed or constructed to provide shelter from wind, rain or snow;
NOTE 1 A sun awning can be used with additional front and side panels to form an enclosure, but this enclosure would not meet the requirements of an awning as defined in this document.
b) external blinds: structure permanently fixed to a vehicle which is used to provide shelter from the sun, but is not designed or constructed to provide shelter from wind, rain or snow;
NOTE 2 An external blind can be used with additional front and side panels to form an enclosure, but this enclosure would not meet the requirements of an awning as defined in this document.
c) fixed awnings: permanent awning which is not designed for mobile use.
EXAMPLE Awnings equipped with square aluminium frames or timber supporting structures and the possibility to install living compartment windows and doors.

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ISO 8936:2017 specifies requirements, test methods and material performance characteristics for vehicle awnings. It applies to awnings intended to be pitched and struck. ISO 8936:2017 is not applicable to: a) sun awnings: structure detachable from the vehicle which is used to provide shelter from the sun, but is not designed or constructed to provide shelter from wind, rain or snow; NOTE 1 A sun awning can be used with additional front and side panels to form an enclosure, but this enclosure would not meet the requirements of an awning as defined in this document. b) external blinds: structure permanently fixed to a vehicle which is used to provide shelter from the sun, but is not designed or constructed to provide shelter from wind, rain or snow; NOTE 2 An external blind can be used with additional front and side panels to form an enclosure, but this enclosure would not meet the requirements of an awning as defined in this document. c) fixed awnings: permanent awning which is not designed for mobile use. EXAMPLE Awnings equipped with square aluminium frames or timber supporting structures and the possibility to install living compartment windows and doors.

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This European Standard is applicable for karting facilities, as defined in 3.1 below, relating to karts that are not intended to be used on public roads.
This European Standard applies to:
-   operation of leisure karts only;
-   operation of karts propelled by a combustion engine, including LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) combustion engines;
-   operation of karts used on indoor and outdoor tracks, permanent or temporary;
-   operation of karts used on supervised tracks designed for leisure karting, with a permanent hard surface (such as asphalt, concrete, timber and steel);
This part 2 does not consider the use of karts on ice or snow.
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   operation of karts used for competition organized by and under the responsibility of Commission international of Karting (CIK) Federation International of Automobile (FIA) and/or ASN (a national automobile club or other national body recognized by the FIA as sole holder of sporting power in a country), ensuring through the granting of licenses by an ASN or one of its affiliated members as defined in the International Sporting code, compliance with the safety, sporting, disciplinary and technical rules of the CIK-FIA and/ or ASN;
-   operation of karts designed exclusively for competition and toys;
-   operation of cross country karts;
-   operation of karts with two or more seats;
-   operation of karts used on tracks not mentioned above (such as mud, earth);
-   operation of karts used in amusement parks.
The requirements related to the hazards of electrical propulsion are not covered in this European Standard. Other than when the hazards of electrical propulsion dictate the operational standards herein are applicable to electrical carts.
This European Standard specifies appropriate measures to eliminate or reduce the risks arising from significant hazards, hazardous situations and events (see Clause 6) during operation and maintenance of the karts, when carried out as intended by the manufacturer.
This document is the part 2 covering track design and operation referred to in the scope of part 1.
This document serves to provide guidance for circuit operators regarding the safe operation of karting facilities. It does not remove the participants' responsibility for their own safety, nor does it remove the overriding principle that motorsport, due to its very nature, can be dangerous.

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ISO 19364:2016 specifies a method for comparing computer simulation results from a vehicle mathematical model to measured test data for an existing vehicle according to steady-state circular driving tests as specified in ISO 4138 or the Slowly Increasing Steer Test that is an alternative to ISO 4138. The comparison is made for the purpose of validating the simulation tool for this type of test when applied to variants of the tested vehicle. It is applicable to passenger cars as defined in ISO 3833. NOTE The Slowly Increasing Steer method is described in regulations such as USA FMVSS 126 "Federal Register Vol 72, No. 66, April 6, 2007" and UN/ECE Regulation No. 13-H, "Uniform provisions concerning the approval of passenger cars with regard to braking".

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ISO 19365:2016 specifies a method for comparing computer simulation results from a vehicle mathematical model to test data measured for an existing vehicle undergoing sine with dwell tests that are typically used to evaluate the performance of an electronic stability control (ESC) system. The comparison is made for the purpose of validating the simulation tool for this type of test when applied to variants of the tested vehicle. It is applicable to passenger cars as defined in ISO 3833.

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ISO 10865-2:2015 applies to wheelchair passenger spaces that are intended for use by passengers with a body mass greater than 22 kg who remain in their wheelchairs when travelling facing forward in accessible transport vehicles designed to transport both standing and sitting passengers on fixed-route service. It assumes that the maximum acceleration imparted to the vehicle during emergency driving manoeuvres will not exceed 1 g in any direction and rarely exceeds 3 g in frontal crashes. For the purposes of this part of ISO 10865, the term wheelchair includes manual and powered wheelchairs, and three and four wheeled scooters. ISO 10865-2:2015 specifies performance requirements and associated test methods, design requirements, requirements for manufacturer instructions and warnings to installers, wheelchair users, and vehicle operators, and requirements for product labelling and disclosure of test information. The provisions of this part of ISO 10865 apply primarily to a complete forward-facing wheelchair passenger space (FF-WPS), but subsets of the provisions can be applied to components and subassemblies sold separately, as appropriate to the specific functions of the components and/or subassemblies they are intended to replace.

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This European Standard is applicable for karts, according to 3.1, that are not intended to be used on public roads.
This European Standard applies to:
-   leisure karts only;
-   karts propelled by a combustion engine, including LPG combustion engines;
-   karts used on indoor and outdoor tracks, permanent or temporary;
-   karts used on supervised tracks designed for leisure karting, with a sealed ground (such as asphalt, concrete, ice or snow).
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   karts used for competition organised by and under the responsibility of the CIK-FIA and/or ASN, ensuring through the granting of licenses by an ASN or one of its affiliated members as defined in the International Sporting code, compliance with the safety, sporting, disciplinary and technical rules of the CIAK-FIA and/ or ASN;
-   karts designed exclusively for competition and toys;
-   cross country karts;
-   karts with two or more seats;
-   karts used on tracks not mentioned above (such as mud, earth);
-   karts used in amusement parks.
The requirements related to the hazards of electrical propulsion are not covered in this European Standard.
The requirements related to whole-body vibration are not covered in this European Standard.
This European Standard specifies appropriate measures to eliminate or reduce the risks arising from significant hazards, hazardous situations and events (see Clause 6) during operation and maintenance of the karts, when carried out as intended by the manufacturer.
Safety in karting activities is dependent on a correct interaction between leisure karts and the track equipment and facilities. General recommendations for tracks to be used for leisure karting are included in this part of the standard.
This document is not applicable to karts that are manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.
NOTE   Specific requirements for tracks design and operation will be included in a future Part 2 of this standard.

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This European Standard is applicable for karts, according to 3.1, that are not intended to be used on public roads.
This European Standard applies to:
-   leisure karts only;
-   karts propelled by a combustion engine, including LPG combustion engines;
-   karts used on indoor and outdoor tracks, permanent or temporary;
-   karts used on supervised tracks designed for leisure karting, with a sealed ground (such as asphalt, concrete, ice or snow).
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   karts used for competition organised by and under the responsibility of the CIK-FIA and/or ASN, ensuring through the granting of licenses by an ASN or one of its affiliated members as defined in the International Sporting code, compliance with the safety, sporting, disciplinary and technical rules of the CIAK-FIA and/ or ASN;
-   karts designed exclusively for competition and toys;
-   cross country karts;
-   karts with two or more seats;
-   karts used on tracks not mentioned above (such as mud, earth);
-   karts used in amusement parks.
The requirements related to the hazards of electrical propulsion are not covered in this European Standard.
The requirements related to whole-body vibration are not covered in this European Standard.
This European Standard specifies appropriate measures to eliminate or reduce the risks arising from significant hazards, hazardous situations and events (see Clause 6) during operation and maintenance of the karts, when carried out as intended by the manufacturer.
Safety in karting activities is dependent on a correct interaction between leisure karts and the track equipment and facilities. General recommendations for tracks to be used for leisure karting are included in this part of the standard.
This document is not applicable to karts that are manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.
NOTE   Specific requirements for tracks design and operation will be included in a future Part 2 of this standard.

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ISO/TR 10982:2013 outlines a number of test procedures that can be used for investigating the interactions that could occur between the deploying air bag and the occupant who is near the module at the time of deployment. Static and dynamic tests to investigate both driver and passenger systems are described. Comparative evaluation of the designs can be conducted using static tests. Favourable systems may be evaluated, if deemed necessary, by appropriate dynamic tests.

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ISO 13052:2013 is intended to define safety requirements which apply to jockey wheels and drawbar supports provided to support the single axle (centre axle) rigid drawbar trailers nose weight with a technically permissible maximum laden mass not more than 3,5 tons.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for the installation of liquefied petroleum gas systems for habitation purposes in leisure accommodation vehicles and for accommodation purposes in other vehicles. It details safety and health requirements on the selection of materials, components and appliances, on design considerations and tightness testing of installations and on the contents of the user's handbook. This European Standard does not cover installations supplied from other than 3rd family gases (LPG), water connections or electrical power supplies to the appliance(s). Portable appliances, incorporating their own gas supply, are not considered part of the installation and are outside the scope of this standard. It does not include the installation of LPG appliances to be used for commercial purposes or for boats. Gas supply equipment and gas appliances separate from and external to the body of the vehicle are also not considered by this standard.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for the installation of liquefied petroleum gas systems for habitation purposes in leisure accommodation vehicles and for accommodation purposes in other vehicles. It details safety and health requirements on the selection of materials, components and appliances, on design considerations and tightness testing of installations and on the contents of the user's handbook.
This European Standard does not cover installations supplied from other than 3rd family gases (LPG), water connections or electrical power supplies to the appliance(s). Portable appliances, incorporating their own gas supply, are not considered part of the installation and are outside the scope of this standard. It does not include the installation of LPG appliances to be used for commercial purposes or for boats. Gas supply equipment and gas appliances separate from and external to the body of the vehicle are also not considered by this standard.

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ISO 10865-1:2012 is applicable to wheelchair passenger spaces (RF‑WPSs) intended for use by rearward-facing wheelchair-seated occupants, with a body mass greater than 22 kg, when travelling in accessible transport vehicles. It is applicable to systems for use in vehicles used mainly on fixed route services when operated under normal and emergency driving conditions, where passengers are allowed to travel both sitting and standing. ISO 10865-1:2012 specifies design and performance requirements and associated test methods, requirements for manufacturer instructions and warnings to installers and users, requirements for product labelling and disclosure of test information. The primary purpose of ISO 10865-1:2012 is to limit those movements of a rearward-facing wheelchair, including scooters with three or more wheels, that might result in hazardous contact with the vehicle interior or injury to other passengers.

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ISO 4138:2012 specifies open-loop test methods for determining the steady-state circular driving behaviour of passenger cars as defined in ISO 3833 and of light trucks, such behaviour being one of the factors comprising vehicle dynamics and road-holding properties. The open-loop manoeuvres included in these methods are not representative of real driving conditions, but are nevertheless useful for obtaining measures of vehicle steady-state behaviour resulting from several specific types of control inputs under closely controlled test conditions.

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ISO 3888-2:2011 defines the dimensions of the test track for a closed-loop, severe lane-change manoeuvre test for subjectively determining the obstacle avoidance performance of a vehicle, one specific part of vehicle dynamics and road-holding ability. It is applicable to passenger cars as defined in ISO 3833 and light commercial vehicles up to a gross vehicle mass of 3,5 t.

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ISO 17288-1:2011 specifies an open-loop test method for determining the free control stability of a passenger car as defined in ISO 3833, by measurement of the transient behaviour following steering release, starting from a steady-state cornering status.

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ISO 17288-2:2011 specifies a procedure for determining the free control stability of a passenger car as defined in ISO 3833, by measurement of the transient behaviour following steering pulse input, starting from a straight-ahead, steady-state status.

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ISO 9815:2010 specifies a lateral stability test for passenger-car and trailer combinations. It is applicable to passenger cars in accordance with ISO 3833, and also to light trucks, and their trailer combinations. The lateral stability test determines the damping characteristic of the yaw oscillation of such towing-vehicle–trailer combinations excited by a defined steering impulse. The combination is initially driven in a steady-state, straight-ahead driving condition. Oscillation of the vehicle is then initiated by the application of a single impulse of steering, followed by a period in which steering is held fixed and the oscillation of the combination is allowed to damp out. Testing is conducted at several constant speeds. Where non-periodic instability is of interest, a steady-state circular test is specified.

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The particular requirements of this part of HD 60364 apply to the electrical installation of caravans and motor caravans. They apply to those electrical circuits and equipment intended for the use of the caravan for habitation purposes. They do not apply to those electrical circuits and equipment for automotive purposes. They do not apply to the electrical installations of mobile homes, residential park homes and transportable units.

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ISO 18207:2006 defines a simplified and reliable check procedure of the mechanical coupling devices between light trailers and towing vehicles, covered by ISO 3853 and European regulation (94/20/CE), which specify a dynamic test of mechanical resistance at the conclusion of which these devices should present neither fractures, splits, cracks, nor visible external deteriorations caused by the test. ISO 18207:2006 is applicable to all the components of the mechanical coupling devices whose failure can cause the fracture of the attachment, manufactured out of steel, forged steel or cast steel (i.e. generally in ferromagnetic materials). In the case of use of other materials, the manufacturer will check their compatibility with the methods of non destructive testing.

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This document specifies safety requirements for installing oil-fired heating systems in caravans and caravan holiday homes. It applies to liquid fuel heating systems using oil fuels as defined in EN 13878.
NOTE   Safety ventilation requirements for leisure accommodation vehicles are specified in EN 721.

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This document specifies safety requirements for installing oil-fired heating systems in caravans and caravan holiday homes. It applies to liquid fuel heating systems using oil fuels as defined in EN 13878.
NOTE   Safety ventilation requirements for leisure accommodation vehicles are specified in EN 721.

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ISO 11555-1:2002 specifies requirements for integrated stabilizers for central-axle (single-axle or tandem-axle) trailers up to a maximum laden mass of 3 500 kg. Integrated stabilizers conforming with its requirements are able to be used together with ISO 3853-compliant towing devices without restriction.

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Defines the distribution of the transportable mass and specifies a conventional average mass for passengers and a conventional mass for luggage. The total of the masses thus defined represents nominal design pay mass for a given vehicle. Applies to passenger cars as defined in ISO 3833.

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Establishes the initial procedure for positioning of a passenger car relative to a three-dimensional reference system, as given in ISO 4130, for the purposes of static measurements on the vehicle. It enables verification of the driver's forward 180° field of view, however, the procedure shown may also be followed for checking other aspects of vehicle design.

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Specifies a test method for verifying the compliance of a passenger car (as defined in ISO 3833) with the requirements of EEC Directives 77/649 and 88/366 for the driver's 180° forward field of view.

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Defines the distribution of the transportable mass and specifies a conventional average mass for passengers and a conventional mass for luggage. The total of the masses thus defined represents nominal design pay mass for a given vehicle. Applies to passenger cars as defined in ISO 3833.

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Specifies dimensional codes for passenger cars as defined in ISO 3833 and for commercial vehicles which are derived from passenger cars, to be used for the exchange of vehicle data and their electronic processing. Contains the coding system and definitions; tabulates terms, definitions, loading conditions, and the code of concern. Some figures illustrate shapes and reference codes of concern.

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This European Standard specifies requirements intended to ensure safety and health of persons using caravan holiday homes as defined in EN 13878, as temporary or seasonal accommodation.
It specifies grades of resistance to snow loads and the stability of the structure of caravan holiday homes as well as the minimum information to be included in a user's handbook.
It also specifies the corresponding test methods.

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