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This part of ISO 18363 describes a rapid procedure for the simultaneous determination of 2-MCPD esters (bound 2-MCPD), 3‐MCPD esters (bound 3‐MCPD) and glycidyl esters (bound glycidol) in a single assay, based on alkaline catalysed ester cleavage and derivatization of cleaved (free) analytes with phenylboronic acid (PBA) prior to GC-MS/MS analysis.
This method is applicable to solid and liquid fats and oils. This part of ISO 18363 can also apply to animal fats and used frying oils and fats, but a validation study must be undertaken before the analysis of these matrices.
Milk and milk products (or fat coming from milk and milk products) are excluded from the scope of this international standard.

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The use of a continuous air monitor (CAM) is mainly motivated by the need to be alerted quickly and in the most accurate way possible with an acceptable false alarm rate when significant activity concentration value is exceeded, in order to take appropriate measures to reduce exposure of those involved.
The performance of this CAM does not only depend on the metrological aspect characterized by the decision threshold, the limit of detection and the measurement uncertainties but also on its dynamic capacity characterized by its response time as well as on the minimum detectable activity concentration corresponding to an acceptable false alarm rate.
The ideal performance is to have a minimum detectable activity concentration as low as possible associated with a very short response time, but unfortunately these two criteria are in opposition. It is therefore important that the CAM and the choice of the adjustment parameters and the alarm levels be in line with the radiation protection objectives.
This document describes
—   the dynamic behaviour and the determination of the response time,
—   the determination of the characteristic limits (decision threshold, detection limit, limits of the coverage interval), and
—   a possible way to determine the minimum detectable activity concentration and the alarms setup.
Finally the annexes of this document show actual examples of CAM data which illustrate how to quantify the CAM performance by determining the response time, the characteristics limits, the minimum detectable activity concentration and the alarms setup.

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The use of a continuous air monitor (CAM) is mainly motivated by the need to be alerted quickly and in the most accurate way possible with an acceptable false alarm rate when a significant activity concentration value is exceeded, in order to take appropriate measures to reduce exposure of those involved.
The performance of this CAM does not only depend on the metrological aspect characterized by the decision threshold, the limit of detection and the measurement uncertainties but also on its dynamic capacity characterized by its response time as well as on the minimum detectable activity concentration corresponding to an acceptable false alarm rate.
The ideal performance is to have a minimum detectable activity concentration as low as possible associated with a very short response time, but unfortunately these two criteria are in opposition. It is therefore important that the CAM and the choice of the adjustment parameters and the alarm levels be in line with the radiation protection objectives.
The knowledge of a few factors is needed to interpret the response of a CAM and to select the appropriate CAM type and its operating parameters.
Among those factors, it is important to know the half-lives of the radionuclides involved, in order to select the appropriate detection system and its associated model of evaluation.
CAM using filter media accumulation sampling techniques are usually of two types:
a)   fixed filter;
b)   moving filter.
This document first describes the theory of operation of each CAM type i.e.:
—   the different models of evaluation considering short or long radionuclides half-lives values,
—   the dynamic behaviour and the determination of the response time.
In most case, CAM is used when radionuclides with important radiotoxicities are involved (small value of ALI). Those radionuclides have usually long half-life values.
Then the determination of the characteristic limits (decision threshold, detection limit, limits of the coverage interval) of a CAM is described by the use of long half-life models of evaluation.
Finally, a possible way to determine the minimum detectable activity concentration and the alarms setup is pointed out.
The annexes of this document show actual examples of CAM data which illustrate how to quantify the CAM performance by determining the response time, the characteristics limits, the minimum detectable activity concentration and the alarms setup.

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This part of IEC 60384 applies to fixed aluminium electrolytic surface mount capacitors with conductive polymer solid electrolyte, primarily intended for DC applications for use in electronic equipment.
Fixed aluminium electrolytic surface mount capacitors with solid (MnO2) are not included but are covered by IEC 60384-18.
These capacitors are primarily intended for use in electronic equipment to be mounted directly on substrates for hybrid circuits or to printed boards.
Capacitors for special-purpose applications may need additional requirements.
The object of this document is to prescribe preferred ratings and characteristics and to select from IEC 60384-1:2016, the appropriate quality assessment procedures, tests and measuring methods and to give general performance requirements for this type of capacitor. Test severities and requirements prescribed in detail specifications referring to this sectional specification shall be of equal or higher performance level, because lower performance levels are not permitted.

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REN/ATTM-0440

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This part of IEC 60384 applies to fixed tantalum electrolytic surface mount capacitors with conductive polymer solid electrolyte primarily intended for DC applications for use in electronic equipment.
Fixed tantalum electrolytic surface mount capacitors with solid (MnO2) electrolyte are not included but are covered by IEC 60384-3.
These capacitors are primarily intended for use in electronic equipment to be mounted directly on substrates for hybrid circuits or to printed boards.
Capacitors for special-purpose applications may need additional requirements.
The object of this document is to prescribe preferred ratings and characteristics and to select from IEC 60384-1:2016 the appropriate quality assessment procedures, tests and measuring methods and to give general performance requirements for this type of capacitor. Test severities and requirements prescribed in detail specifications referring to this sectional specification shall be of equal or higher performance level, because lower performance levels are not permitted.

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This part of IEC 62153 deals with the triaxial tube in tube method. This triaxial method is suitable to determine the surface transfer impedance and/or screening attenuation and coupling attenuation of mated screened connectors (including the connection between cable and connector) and cable assemblies. This method could also be extended to determine the transfer impedance, coupling or screening attenuation of balanced or multipin connectors and multicore cable assemblies. For the measurement of transfer impedance and screening- or coupling attenuation, only one test set-up is needed.

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This part of IEC 62271 applies to AC high-speed earthing switches (hereafter termed HSES) designed for indoor and outdoor installation and for operation at service frequencies of 50 Hz and 60 Hz on systems having voltages of 550 kV and above.
HSESs described in this document are intended to extinguish the secondary arc remaining after clearing faults on transmission lines by the circuit-breakers.
For more detailed information on HSESs, refer to Annex A.

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This document specifies procedures for the following:
a) primary particle-sizing calibration for particle sizes 1 µm(c) and larger, sensor resolution and counting performance of liquid automatic particle counters that are capable of analysing bottle samples;
b) secondary particle-sizing calibration using suspensions verified with a primary calibrated APC;
c) establishing acceptable operation and performance limits;
d) verifying particle sensor performance using a test dust;
e) determining coincidence and flow rate limits.
This document is applicable for use with hydraulic fluids, aviation and diesel fuels, engine oil and other petroleum-based fluids. This document is not applicable to particle-sizing calibration using NIST SRM 2806b primary calibration suspensions.

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REN/ATTM-0436

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IEC 61188-6-2:2021 describes the requirements of design and use for soldering surfaces of land pattern on circuit boards. This document includes land pattern for surface mounted components. These requirements are based on the solder joint requirements of IEC 61191‑2:2017.

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This standard applies to all product types which exist or operate in space and defines the natural environment for all space regimes. It also defines general models and rules for determining the local induced environment.
Project-specific or project-class-specific acceptance criteria, analysis methods or procedures are not defined.
The natural space environment of a given item is that set of environmental conditions defined by the external physical world for the given mission (e.g. atmosphere, meteoroids and energetic particle radiation). The induced space environment is that set of environmental conditions created or modified by the presence or operation of the item and its mission (e.g. contamination, secondary radiations and spacecraft charging). The space environment also contains elements which are induced by the execution of other space activities (e.g. debris and contamination).
This standard may be tailored for the specific characteristic and constrains of a space project in conformance with ECSS-S-ST-00.

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This document specifies requirements, design and test methods for factory made thermally insulated bonded valve assemblies for directly buried district cooling distribution systems, comprising a steel valve  from DN 15 to DN 1200, rigid polyurethane foam insulation and a casing of polyethylene.
The valve assembly may also include the following additional elements: measuring wires, spacers and diffusion barriers.
This document applies only to insulated valve assemblies, for continuous operation with water at various temperatures (1 to 30) °C and a maximum operation pressure of 25 bar.
The design is based on an expected service life with continuous operation of a minimum 50 years.

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This document specifies requirements, design and test methods for factory made thermally insulated bonded fitting assemblies for directly buried district cooling distribution systems, comprising a service fitting from DN 15 to DN 1200, rigid polyurethane foam insulation and a casing of polyethylene.
The fitting assembly may also include the following additional elements: measuring wires, spacers and diffusion barriers.
This document covers the following fitting assemblies: bend, tee, reducer, cap, single use compensator and anchor.
This document applies only to insulated fitting assemblies, for continuous operation with water at various
temperatures (1 to 30)°C and a maximum operation pressure of 25 bar. The design is based on an expected service life with continuous operation of a minimum 50 years.

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This document specifies dimensions, tolerances, internal and external surface characteristics and marking of welded fittings for the food and chemical industry.

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This standard specifies NDI requirements for flight parts, components and structures used for space missions. It covers the NDI methods and stipulates the certification levels for personnel. The qualification of such processes are also specified for non-standard NDI techniques or where complex components are concerned. This standard also identifies the best practice across the large range of international and national standards.
Visual inspection included in this standard is not intended to include incoming inspection of, for example, raw materials, damage during transport, storage and handling and parts procurement verification.
The minimum requirements for NDI documentation are specified in the DRDs of the Annexes.
This standard does not cover the acceptance criteria of components, structures and parts submitted to this examination; it is expected that these criteria are identified on specific program application documentation.
This Standard does not apply to EEE components.
This standard may be tailored for the specific characteristic and constrains of a space project in conformance with ECSS-S-ST-00.

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This Technical Report illustrates good practice and provides guidance with regard to the term "reasonably foreseeable use" as it relate to product compliance assessment standards concerning the exposure of humans to electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields (EMF) as required in the Radio Equipment Directive (RED) and Low Voltage Directive (LVD). Other safety aspects and requirements from other directives are not covered by this Technical Report.
This report uses the term "reasonably foreseeable use". In this context of this TR the terms "reasonably foreseeable conditions" and "conditions of use which can be reasonably foreseen" are interchangeable. The report provides guidance that is not specific to individual equipment. The report covers both occupational and general public use of equipment and also provides a rationale for the distinction between occupational use and use by the general public.

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This European Standard specifies a screening test method for determining the resistance of geotextiles and geotextile-related products to hydrolysis by exposing test specimens to water at elevated temperatures, followed by an evaluation of the changes in properties resulting from such exposure. It is intended as a means of establishing a minimum acceptable level of durability.
The test is applicable to any geotextile and geotextile-related product susceptible to hydrolysis, in particular polyester and polyamide based materials, and in addition to the yarns from which these geotextiles are made. Reinforcing materials shall be tested without the coating and manufacturers shall ensure that the degradation of the coating will not attack or have any negative influence on the degradation of the yarns.
This method is not intended for determining the resistance of geotextiles to hydrolysis under highly acid or alkaline conditions.
NOTE   Performance tests to predict long-term lifetime or to compare products of different polymers or of similar polymers with differing structures can be based on the same method but with a wider range of temperatures and durations.

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IEC 61188-6-1:2021 specifies the requirements for soldering surfaces on circuit boards. This includes lands and land pattern for surface mounted components and also solderable hole configurations for through-hole mounted components. These requirements are based on the solder joint requirements of the IEC 61191-1, IEC 61191-2, IEC 61191-3 and IEC 61191-4.

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2021-04-27: This A12 has added IE, UK & AT SNCs on HD 62640:2015
D168/C061= approval of SNCs

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BIM Execution Plans (BEP) and Exchange Information requirements (EIR) are central complementary documents for the definition of information requirements and how to process them in collaborative BIM environments.
Where EIR defines the Exchange information requirements of an appointing party and BEP – the BIM execution Plan – is the plan how to fulfill these requirements by the appointed parties.
This work item will
•   examine and explain the demands for Exchange Information Requirements (EIR) and BIM execution Plans (BEP) based on EN/ISO 19650-1 and -2.
•   Provide guidance for the implementation of EIR and BEP
•   Provide templates for the creation of EIR and BEP

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To cover requirements and tests for Boxes and enclosures for electrical accessories for household and similar fixed electrical installations

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To be launched for vote and published with prEN IEC=66754.

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BT request approved. Link to LVD removed
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This prAA will amend EN 61995-1, noting that it will provide the necessary Common Modifications to EN 61995-1:2018/A1:2017 (PR=60113). EN 61995-1 was published with Common Modifications. However, since the publication of the A1 at European level, the Common Modifications that were introduced are not authoritative anymore. This project aims at reintroducing this Common Modifications.

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2018-10-01: originally EN 62020:1998/prA2, changed  further to IEC change from IEC 62020/AMD2 Ed.1 to IEC 62020-1 Ed.1

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This document covers the measurable or magnitudinal aspect of quantity so that it can focus on the technical or practical use of measurements in IR (information retrieval), QA (question answering), TS (text summarization), and other NLP (natural language processing) applications. It is applicable to the domains of technology that carry more applicational relevance than some theoretical issues found in the ordinary use of language.
NOTEÂ Â Â Â Â Â ISO 24617-12 deals with more general and theoretical issues of quantification and quantitative information.
This document also treats temporal durations that are discussed in ISO 24617-1, and spatial measures such as distances that are treated ISO 24617-7, while making them interoperable with other measure types. It also accommodates the treatment of measures or amounts that are introduced in ISO 24617‑6:2016, 8.3.

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This European Technical Specification will provide a set of requirements for developers of health and wellness apps, intending to meet the needs of health care professionals, patients, carers and the wider public. It will include a set of quality criteria and cover the app project life cycle, through the development, testing, releasing and updating of an app, including native, hybrid and web based apps, those apps associated with wearable, ambient and other health equipment and apps that are linked to other apps. It will also address fitness for purpose and the monitoring of usage. The specification will inform the development of health and wellness apps irrespective of whether they are placed in the market, and including free of charge.
The specification will not cover the processes or criteria that an app developer or publisher follow to establish whether a health and wellness app is subject to regulatory control (e.g. as a medical device, or related to information governance).

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This European Standard covers specifications concerning the contact interface for charging of electrical vehicles/buses which make use of an automated connection device (ACD).

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Basically OML is the data exchanging format that is designed to facilitate exchanging the
omics data around the world without forcing to change any database schema.
- From Informatics side of view, OML is the data exchanging format based on XML. Here the
data exchanging format in the messaging and communication is in the scope, but the
database schema itself is out of the scope of this document.
- From biological side of view, all kinds of omics are in consideration and are in the scope of
this document, the genomic sequence variations and the whole genomic sequence are out of
the scope of this document.
- In otherwise, the annotations as clinical concerns and the relation with other omics concerns
are in the scope of this document.
- Though omics exist in various biological species, the scope of this document is in the
human health associated species as human, cell line, and preclinical animals. The other
biological species are out of the scope of this document.
- The clinical field is in the scope of this document, but the basic research fields and other
scientific fields are out of the scope of this document.
- Here the clinical trials including drug discovery is in the scope of this document. As for
supposed application fields, our main focus is in human health including clinical practice,
preventive medicine, translational research, and clinical researches.

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This document describes a set of principles, guidelines, and requirements for the preparation of bibliographic references and citations in works that are not themselves primarily bibliographical. It is applicable to bibliographic references and citations for all kinds of information resources, including but not limited to monographs, serials, contributions within monographs and serials, patents, cartographic materials, artworks, performances and diverse electronic resources, such as research datasets, databases, programs and applications, Web archives and social media, music, recorded sound, prints, photographs, graphic and audio-visual materials, archival sources and moving images.
This document provides a system for citing information resources that renders deterministic output, such that a citation generated by this system can be uniquely mapped back to the originally defined set of source elements. This system is intended to be applicable across multiple languages. Citations generated by this system are machine-parseable. The citation system described in this document can be used as a configurable framework for building citation styles.
This document does not specify a data model for machine‑readable citations, although such specification may be provided in a separate document or added to a later edition of ISO 690.
Guidelines for legal citations, such as references to cases, statutes or treatises, are not addressed in this document, since such guidelines are usually country-specific1. Recommendations with regards to what kind of information resources may or may not be cited, or describing the risks involved with, for example, citing social media, are not within the scope of this document2.
  
1 For example, the ALWD Guide to Legal Citation, and Bluebook, are commonly used in the USA depending on jurisdiction acceptance.
2 Academic institutions or scientific publishers may not accept references for some information resources such as Wikipedia articles for research papers and other scientific documents.

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This document specifies a method for determining the toxicity of environmental
samples on growth, fertility and reproduction of Caenorhabditis elegans. The method applies
to contaminated whole fresh water sediment (maximum salinity 5 ‰), soil and waste, as well
as to pore water, elutriates and aqueous extracts that were obtained from contaminated
sediment, soil and waste.

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This part of IEC 62541 presents the concepts and overview of the OPC Unified Architecture (OPC UA). Reading this document is helpful to understand the remaining parts of this multi-part document set. Each of the other parts of IEC 62451 is briefly explained along with a suggested reading order.

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This part of IEC 60384 is a generic specification and is applicable to fixed capacitors for use in electronic equipment.
It establishes standard terms, inspection procedures and methods of test for use in sectional and detail specifications of electronic components for quality assessment or any other purpose.

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This European Standard specifies the rules of design, type testing, fabrication and inspection control of portable fire
extinguishers manufactured with metallic bodies as far as pressure risk is concerned.
This part applies to portable fire extinguishers of which the maximum allowable pressure PS is lower than or equal to 30
bar and containing non-explosive, non-flammable, non-toxic and non-oxidising fluids.
This European Standard also applies to the metallic gas cartridge of a volume less than 0,12 l (see Annex E) and gives
guidance for sound engineering practice for metallic gas cartridges equal to or greater than 0,12 l and less than 0,5 l, see
Annex F.
This European Standard does not apply to carbon dioxide fire extinguishers.
NOTE Annex A gives the classification of the different parts forming the portable fire extinguisher.

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