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AAMI TIR75:2019

Factors to consider when multi-vendor devices interact via an electronic interface: Practical applications and examples

This document is intended to assist stakeholders in considering risks associated with connectivity when designing, testing, installing, and maintaining devices that interact via an electronic interface. It identifies specific factors that should be considered as part of risk management activities. It also provides examples where these factors are used to identify causes, hazards, and hazardous situations related to interoperability. These factors can be relevant throughout the lifecycle of connected products.


AIAA G-003C-2010 (R2016)

Guide to Reference and Standard Atmosphere Models

This standard provides guidelines for selected reference and standard atmospheric models for use in engineering design or scientific research. The guide describes the content of the models, uncertainties and limitations, technical basis, data bases from which the models are formed, publication references, and sources of computer code where available for over seventy (70) Earth and planetary atmospheric models, for altitudes from surface to 4000 kilometers, which are generally recognized in the aerospace sciences. This standard is intended to assist aircraft and space vehicle designers and developers, geophysicists, meteorologists, and climatologists in understanding available models, comparing sources of data, and in-terpreting engineering and scientific results based on different atmospheric models.


AIAA G-035A-2000

Guide to Human Performance Measurements

This Guide provides methods for measuring human performance for the purpose of scientific research and system evaluation. The guidelines are intended to assist scientists and systems specialists in selecting human performance measurement methods appropriate to the situation being studied or the system being evaluated.


AIAA G-045-2003

Guide: Assessing Experimental Uncertainty — Supplement to AIAA S-071A-1999

This AIAA Guide supplements the methodology for assessment of experimental uncertainties and techniques for evaluating experimental error sources provided in AIAA Standard S-071A-1999, “Assessment of Experimental Uncertainty with Application to Wind Tunnel Testing.” This document provides additional information and examples to assist the experimentalist in performing an uncertainty analysis. Its focus is on helping the experimenter begin to apply uncertainty analysis techniques. The information contained in the standard and this guide is not limited to wind tunnel testing-it can be applied to a wide range of experiments.


AIAA G-077-1998 (R2002)

Guide for the Verification and Validation of Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulations

This document presents guidelines for assessing the credibility of modeling and simulation in computational fluid dynamics. The two main principles that are necessary for assessing credibility are verification and validation. Verification is the process of determining if a computational simulation accurately represents the conceptual model, but no claim is made of the relationship of the simulation to the real world. Validation is the process of determining if a computational simulation represents the real world. This document defines a number of key terms, discusses fundamental concepts, and specifies general procedures for conducting verification and validation of computational fluid dynamics simulations. The document’s goal is to provide a foundation for the major issues and concepts in verification and validation.


AIAA G-118-2006

Guide: Managing the Use of Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) Software Components for Mission-Critical Systems

The purpose of this Guide is to assist development and maintenance projects (teams and individuals) that have to address the use of, or consideration of, COTS products within large, complex systems, including but not limited to mission critical systems. This assistance is provided by capturing a set of information about COTS products (benefits, risks, recommended practices, lifecycle activity impacts) and mission critical systems (variety of MCS, special needs for MCS, differences between MCS and other types of systems) and then providing some linkage between these topics so that various types of stakeholders can find useful information. The document should be of value to both management and technical individuals/teams. It should also be of value to teams that are dealing with non-MCS, in that the scope is not limited to only MCS.


AIAA G-129-2012 (R2017)

Guide: Nomenclature and Axis Systems for Aerodynamic Wind Tunnel Testing

This guide is intended to increase the understanding of test nomenclature and axis systems between wind tunnel facilities throughout the world. Facilities should consider fully adopting the nomenclature in this Guide. At a minimum, it is recommended that this Guide be used as a reference for nomenclature between facilities.


AIAA R-091-2003

Recommended Practice: Calibration and Use of Internal Strain-Gage Balances with Application to Wind Tunnel Testing

This document provides a recommended method for calibration of internal strain-gage balances used in wind tunnel testing. The practices include terminology, axis system definition, balance calibration methods, matrix, and documentation. Use of this document will facilitate the exchange of information among users, suppliers, and other interested parties.


AIAA R-092-1-2003

Recommended Practice: Wind Tunnel Testing — Part 1: Management Volume

This recommended practice document is the first of a two-part series intended to provide test project management and practitioners with best practices that maximize the data value of wind tunnel test projects. Part I help managers understand the impact of decision making before and during the development of a test project and provides key activities to help improve the timeliness and cost effectiveness of future wind tunnel test projects. Part II provides those responsible for test execution with best practices to employ when preparing for and implementing tests.


AIAA R-092-2-2003

Recommended Practice: Wind Tunnel Testing — Part 2: Practitioners Volume

This recommended practice document is the second part of a two-part series intended to provide test project management and practitioners with best practices that will maximize data value of wind tunnel test projects. Part I is designed to help managers understand the impact of decision making before and during development of a test project and provides key activities to help improve the timeliness and cost-effectiveness of future wind tunnel test projects. Part II provides those responsible for test execution with best practices to employ when preparing for and implementing tests.


AIAA R-093-2003

Recommended Practice: Calibration of Subsonic and Transonic Wind Tunnels

The calibration of a wind tunnel is a necessary, yet often neglected, process needed to ensure accurate and repeatable test data. In general, a wind tunnel calibration program encompasses many related topics—basic operating condition calibration, flow quality mapping, wall interference, and model blockage corrections are all topics that can be addressed as part of a tunnel calibration program. However, it is not practical to address all of these topics in a single document, so the scope of this recommended practice has been defined as the empty test section calibration of subsonic and transonic wind tunnels. This American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Recommended Practice is intended to (1) provide an overview on the calibration of subsonic and transonic wind tunnels and (2) provide a basis for commonality within the wind tunnel community in the area of wind tunnel calibration. This document is a compilation of input from several wind tunnel operators and users that summarizes the best practices and recommendations from these experts.


AIAA R-099-2001

Recommended Practice: Space Launch Integration

This document identifies the processes and methodologies of space launch integration and recommends demonstrated practices that can improve the launch integration process. These recommended practices are drawn from both government and commercial sectors. They are identified in four areas: physical and environmental interfaces; pre- and post-launch operations and processes; requirements, verification, analysis, and test; and mission assurance and risk management. In selecting the recommended practices, the following considerations are significant: level of effort, the launch integration process itself, required products and services, project organization, metrics, process improvement, and streamlining.


AIAA R-100A-2001

Recommended Practice: Recommended Practice for Parts Management

This AIAA standard establishes a parts management approach that is consistent with today’s business environment. This Recommended Practice, as viewed by industry and government, is a shift in business philosophy from a controlled approach to a performance-based process. The dynamic growth of the commercial market for electronic parts as well as corresponding decrease in aerospace and defense have caused the government and industry to seek alternative methods of managing parts. To develop a solution to this complex problem, industry and government teamed to develop this Recommended Practice for mitigating potential problems/risks. The result of this team effort is a non-government standard (NGS) on Parts Management. The basic strategy employed by this document is to understand and manage risk as early as possible in program life cycle.


AIAA R-101A-2005

Recommended Practice: The CFD General Notation System – Standard Interface Data Structures

The CFD General Notation System (CGNS) is a standard for recording and recovering computer data associated with the numerical solution of the equations of fluid dynamics. The intent is to facilitate the exchange of CFD data between sites, between applications codes, and across computing platforms, and to stabilize the archiving of CFD data. The CGNS system consists of a collection of conventions, and software implementing those conventions, for the storage and retrieval of CFD data. It consists of two parts: (1) a standard format for recording the data, and (2) software that reads, writes, and modifies data in that format. The format is a conceptual entity established by the documentation; the software is a physical product supplied to enable developers to access and produce data recorded in that format.


AIAA R-103-2004

Recommended Practice: Terminology for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Remotely Operated Aircraft

The purpose of this Recommended Practice is to aid in promoting understanding of the vocabulary and acronyms, currently in use, among many different groups within the UAV/ROA community. It contains approximately 400 terms and more than 1100 acronyms culled from a number of authoritative sources on unmanned aviation. This document is intended to be a living document and will be updated periodically to reflect changes in the terminology of a developing technology.


AIAA S-096-2004

Space Systems – Flywheel Rotor Assemblies

This standard establishes baseline requirements for the design, fabrication, test, inspection, storage, and transportation of a flywheel rotor assembly used in a spaceflight flywheel system for energy storage and/or attitude control. These requirements when implemented on a particular system will assure a high level of confidence in achieving safe and reliable operation.


AIAA S-110-2005

Space Systems — Structures, Structural Components, and Structural Assemblies

This document establishes a standard for the design, analysis, material selection and characterization, fabrication, test, and inspection of structural items in space systems, including payloads, spacecraft, upper-stages, and expendable and reusable launch vehicles. This standard, when implemented on a particular space system, will assure high confidence in achieving safe, reliable operation in all phases of the mission. This document applies specifically to all structural items including fracture-critical hardware used in space systems during all phases of the mission—with the following exceptions: adaptive structures, engines, solid rocket nozzles, and thermal protection systems.


AIAA S-113A-2016

Standard: Criteria for Explosive Systems and Devices on Space and Launch Vehicles

This standard establishes criteria for design, manufacture, and performance certification of explosive systems and explosive devices commonly used on launch, upper stage, and space vehicle systems. The requirements contained in this specification are intended to serve as a universal set of tools for use by explosive system manufacturers and users during all phases of development and certification. This information may also be used for guidance during preparation of acquisition contracts and program-specific documents, and may be used for explosive system applications unrelated to space vehicles.


AIAA S-114-2005

Moving Mechanical Assemblies for Space and Launch Vehicles

This standard specifies general requirements for the design, manufacture, quality control, testing, and storage of moving mechanical assemblies (MMAs) to be used on space and launch vehicles. This standard is applicable to the mechanical or electromechanical devices that control the movement of a mechanical part of a space or launch vehicle relative to another part. The requirements apply to the overall MMA as well as to the mechanical components and instrumentation that are an integral part of these mechanical assemblies.


AIAA S-121A-2017

Electromagnetic Compatibility Requirements for Space Equipment and Systems

This document, when followed in its entirety, will yield a robust electromagnetic compatibility design suitable for high-reliability space missions. This document specifies general design practices and sets recommended verification and validation requirements for space vehicles and launch vehicles.


AIAA S-122-2007

Electrical Power Systems for Unmanned Spacecraft

This document, when followed in its entirety, will yield a robust EPS design suitable for very high-reliability space missions. This document specifies general design practices and sets minimum verification and validation requirements for power systems of unmanned spacecraft. The focus of the document is on earth orbiting satellites using traditional photovoltaic/battery power, but does not exclude other primary power generation and storage methods. This document does not address specific launch vehicle requirements however much of the design philosophy used here is applicable to launch vehicle power systems.


AIAA SP-086-2001

Special Project: Fire, Explosion, Compatibility, and Safety Hazards of Nitrogen Tetroxide

This Special Project report presents information that designers, builders, and users of nitrogen tetroxide systems can use to avoid or resolve nitrogen tetroxide hazards. Pertinent research is summarized, and the data are presented in a quick-reference form. Further information can be found in the extensive bibliography.


AIAA SP-137-2012

Special Project: Status of Inflight Icing Forecasting Products and Plans for Future Development

The three papers in this Special Project Report were presented at the AIAA Atmospheric and Space Environments Conference in August 2010. They provide the current status of automated inflight icing diagnosis and forecast algorithms, and describe steps for improvement: new data inputs, improved logic, development of human-over-the-loop production methods, and expansion of the domain to cover the globe.


AIAA/CSF S-143-2016

Occupant-Imparted Loads for Commercial Suborbital RLVs

Specifies human engineering design practices and recommendations to assist the designer in determining expected intentional load conditions on commercial space vehicle controls and mobility elements.


ANSI/AIAA G-095A-2017

Guide to Safety of Hydrogen and Hydrogen Systems

This Guide presents information that designers, builders, and users of hydrogen systems can use to ensure safe hydrogen systems or resolve hydrogen hazards. Guidance is provided on general safety systems and controls, usage, personnel training, hazard management, design, facilities, detection, storage, transportation, and emergency procedures. Pertinent research is summarized, and supporting data are presented relative to the topic. Additional information regarding codes, standards, and regulations, as well as a sample safety data sheet, extensive bibliography, and other useful material can be found in the annexes.


ANSI/ASABE AD500-1-2014 MAR2015 (R2019ED)

Agricultural tractors - Rear-mounted power take-off types 1, 2, 3 and 4 - Part 1: General specifications, safety requirements, dimensions for master shield and clearance zone

Gives general specifications, including speeds, safety requirements, the dimensions for master shield, and clearance zones for rear-mounted power take-offs (PTOs) of types 1, 2, 3, and 4 on agricultural tractors with a track setting of more than 1 150 mm (those with track setting width of 1 150 mm or less are covered in ISO 500-2).


ANSI/ASABE S638 MAY2019

Pintle Hitch and Ring for Over the Road Towed Implements

This standard establishes requirements for a pintle hitching system suitable for use with over the road towed implements as defined by ANSI/ASAE S390 (ISO 12934:2013). PTO driven implements are out of scope of this standard.



ASAE S431.4 MAY2019

2000-RPM Front and Mid PTO for Lawn and Garden Ride-on Tractors and Commercial Turf Equipment, Mid PTO for Compact Utility Tractors

This standard provides general specifications, including control, dimensions, speed and direction of rotation for power take-off shafts and the mating attachment connector for front-mounted power take-offs (PTOs) on lawn and garden ride-on tractors, commercial turf equipment, and lawn ride-on tractors; and for mid-mounted PTOs on lawn and garden ride-on tractors, commercial turf equipment, lawn ride-on tractors, and compact utility tractors.


ANSI/ASHRAE 150-2019

Method of Testing the Performance of Cool-Storage Systems

Prescribes a uniform set of testing procedures for determining the cooling capacities and efficiencies of cool-storage systems. Covers cool-storage systems composed of chillers, storage medium, storage device or vessel, heat sink equipment or heat sink systems, and other auxiliary equipment required to provide a complete and working system. Dual units of measurement.


ANSI/ASHRAE 158.1-2019

Methods of Testing Capacity of Refrigerant Solenoid Valves

Prescribes a method of testing the capacity of refrigerant solenoid valves for use in refrigerating systems. Specifies procedures, apparatus, and instrumentation that will produce accurate capacity data. Dual units of measurement.


ASSP TR-Z15.3-2019

Technical Report - Management Practices for the Safe Operation of Partially and Fully Automated Motor Vehicles

This technical report describes practices for the safe management and operation of partially and fully automated motor vehicles (Levels 1-5, as defined in SAE J3016) that are (a) owned or operated by organizations in the private, public and non-governmental sectors and (b) used for organizational business. It supplements ANSI/ASSP Z15.1, Safe Practices for Motor Vehicle Operations, which is a comprehensive fleet safety management standard.


ASSE Standard 1008-2019

Performance Requirements for Plumbing Aspects of Residential Food Waste Disposer Units

ASSE 1008 applies to the plumbing aspects of residential food waste disposers, which are primarily installed in residential kitchen sink outlets. These devices are designed to reduce food waste particle sizes for discharging into sanitary drainage systems. This standard provides a basis for evaluating the adequacy of appliance design and performance to ensure sanitary conditions and to protect the public from health hazards that could result from improper design or manufacture.


ASSE Standard 1053-2019

Performance Requirements for Dual Check Backflow Preventer Wall Hydrants – Freeze Resistant Type

ASSE 1053 establishes design and performance requirements for Freeze Resistant Dual Check Backflow Preventer Wall Hydrants, which protect the potable water supply against backsiphonage and backpressure without damage to the device due to freezing. To verify protection under the high hazard conditions present at threaded hose outlets, these devices must be field-testable. ASSE 1053 devices are classified as Type A or Type B. Type A devices automatically drain water when the hydrant valve is closed and the hose is removed to prevent damage from freezing, and Type B devices automatically drain water with a hose removed or attached, end nozzle closed, and the hydrant valve closed.


AWWA C500-2019

Metal-Seated Gate Valves for Water Supply Service

This standard describes iron-body, brass-mounted, nonrising-stem (NRS) gate valves, including tapping gate valves, 3-in.


AWWA F101-2019

Contact-Molded, Fiberglass-Reinforced Plastic Wash-Water Troughs and Launders

This standard covers the minimum requirements for glass-fiber-reinforced plastic washwater troughs and launders made by the contact molding process, including flatbottom, round-bottom, and V-bottom troughs and launders.


AWWA M60-2019

Drought Preparedness and Response, Second Edition

This manual will help water managers facing water shortages by illustrating how to employ tried-and-true strategies and tactics of drought mitigation, as well as introducing new tools and methods.


AWWA M69-2019

Inland Desalination and Concentrate Management

This manual presents the key issues and challenges of developing inland desalination facilities, including concentrate management and disposal methods.


AWWA M77-2019

Condition Assessment of Water Mains

This manual provides technical information to aid utility managers and engineers in making informed decisions, along with practical information about how methods can be deployed.






















BS ISO 10499-1:2019

Industrial tyres and rims. Rubber solid tyres (metric series) for pneumatic tyre rims Designation, dimensions and marking (British Standard)

This document specifies the main requirements, including designations, dimensions and markings, of the metric series of rubber solid tyres for pneumatic tyre rims primarily intended for industrial machines for use on prepared surfaces. Rim contours fitting these tyres are specified in ISO 3739-1 and ISO 3739-3.


BS ISO 11124-5:2019

Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products. Specifications for metallic blast-cleaning abrasives Cut steel wire (British Standard)

This document specifies requirements for 13 grades of cut steel wire abrasives, as supplied for blast-cleaning processes. It specifies ranges of particle sizes, together with corresponding grade designations. Values are specified for hardness, density, defect/structural requirements, metallographic structure and chemical composition. This document is suitable for cut steel wire supplied for blast-cleaning processes which is made by cutting new cold drawn wire. The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives manufactured from virgin wire supplied in the new and unconditioned state only. They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use. NOTE 1 Information on commonly referenced national standards for cut steel wire abrasives and their approximate relationship with ISO 11124 is given in Annex A. NOTE 2 Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces, or components, using blast-cleaning techniques.


BS ISO 13926-3:2019

Pen systems Seals for pen-injectors for medical use (British Standard)

This document specifies the shape, dimensions, material, performance requirements and labelling of seals for pen-injectors for medical use. NOTE The potency, purity, stability and safety of a medicinal product during its manufacture and storage can be significantly affected by the nature and performance of the primary packaging.


BS ISO 14621-2:2019

Space systems. Electrical, electronic and electromechanical (EEE) parts Control programme requirements (British Standard)

This document establishes technical guidelines for developing and documenting an electrical, electronic and electromechanical (EEE) parts control program, in order to assure that the parts used in the flight hardware are acceptable and possess adequate functional, radiation and reliability characteristics to meet the system requirements. The family of EEE parts includes electro-optical parts. This document identifies a set of management guidelines for dealing with space systems engineering activities and defines the minimum existing processes on the subject. These guidelines are tailorable to the needs of each individual programme based on the project performance criteria, risk tolerance, budget, mission duration, environment, schedule and other considerations. This document is applicable to all customers and suppliers furnishing flight hardware and is suitable for reference in proposal instructions.


BS ISO 15176:2019

Guidance on characterization of excavated soil and other materials intended for re-use (British Standard)

ISO 15176:2002 provides guidance on the range of tests that may be necessary to characterize soil materials intended to be excavated and re-used with, or without, preliminary treatment. Soil materials include excavated soil, dredged materials, fill materials, manufactured soils and soil treated to remove or destroy contaminants. It takes into account the different requirements of top-soil, sub-soil and other soil materials such as sediments or treated soils. International Standard methods are listed where available. The test methods are intended to cover a range of possible end uses, such as play areas for small children, including nursery schools, kindergardens, etc.; schools; gardens and other residential areas; allotments; horticulture; agriculture; forestry; recreational areas, e.g. parks, sport fields; restoration of damaged ecosystems; construction sites. It is intended to be of use in determining the suitability of soil materials for re-use, and the assessment of the environmental impacts that might arise from re-use. ISO 15176:2002 is not applicable to the placement of soil materials in the water environment or to restore underground workings. It does not address geotechnical requirements when soil materials are to be used as construction material.


BS ISO 16000-39:2019

Indoor air Determination of amines. Analysis of amines by (ultra-) high-performance liquid chromatography coupled to high resolution or tandem mass spectrometry (British Standard)

This document, along with ISO 16000-38, specifies the measurement method for determining the mass concentration of primary, secondary and tertiary aliphatic and aromatic amines in indoor air using accumulated sampling and high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) coupled with tandem mass spectrometry (MS-MS) or high-resolution mass spectrometry (HRMS). The analytical procedure is covered by this document. The sampling procedure and the manufacturing of the samplers are covered by ISO 16000-38. This document describes specifications for the chromatography and the mass spectroscopy for the amines. Measurement results are expressed in µg/m3. Although primarily intended for the measurement of amines listed in Tables A.1 and A.2, it can also be used for the measurement of other amines in indoor air. This document gives instructions and describes procedures for the inclusion of other amines. The range of application of this document concerning the concentrations of amines in indoor air depends on the linear range of the calibration line and hence on the gas sample volume (here: from 5 l up to 100 l), the eluate volume (from 1 ml up to 5 ml), the injection volume (from 1 µl up to 10 µl) and the sensitivity of the analytical equipment (e.g. linear range from 2 pg up to 2 ng amine). The range of application can be expected to be from approximately 0,002 µg/m3 (100 l sample) up to 2 000 µg/m3 (5 l sample) for a common analytical equipment (e.g. Waters ?TQD ) for the majority of the amines listed in Tables A.1 and A.2. The analysis of derivatives of ethanolamine is usually about 10 times more sensitive and the analysis of short-chained aliphatic amines is usually about 10 times less sensitive than the analysis of an average amine. The performance data of the analytical method is given in Annex B, particularly in Tables B.1 and B.2. This document can be used also for the determination of amines in water if the detection limit is sufficient. This document does not cover the determination of isocyanates in indoor air (nor in water samples) as corresponding amines (covered by ISO 17734-1 and ISO 17734-2).









BS ISO 21939-1:2019

A method to calculate and express energy consumption of industrial wastewater treatment for the purpose of water reuse Biological processes (British Standard)

This document sets out the general principles for, and provides guidance on, the quantitative characterization of the energy consumed by industrial biological wastewater treatment systems. It does not aim to characterize the treatment pollutants removal performance or process reliability or any other consideration in the selection of a wastewater treatment system. This document includes the following sub-systems of biological treatment system: Biological reactors, which might be suspended growth or fixed film processes or a combination thereof, and can include anaerobic, anoxic and/or aerobic tanks and/or zones. Solid-liquid separation processes such as sedimentation, flotation, or membrane filtration, used for clarification of the water before discharge to downstream processes, which can also involve the return of a the separated solids as sludge back to the biological reactor. Any pumps, blowers and mixers for water circulation, mixing and air supply in and between the sub-systems listed herein. Heating or cooling of the water for treatment. This document does not include the following subsystems of the biological treatment system: Wastewater feed pumps. Pre-treatment systems, which for the purposes of this document also include preliminary and primary treatment processes, such as but not limited to, screening, sedimentation, dissolved air flotation, chemical oxidation, oil separation. Post-treatment processes, such as but not limited to, disinfection, desalination, ion exchange, sludge treatment and handling systems. Site lighting or any energy consumption involved in office operation. Energy recovery from processes such as anaerobic reactors producing biogas. Filtration processes, which are sometimes part of the biological treatment process and at other times part of the post treatment, are referred to separately within this document.


BS ISO 22486:2019

Water pipe tobacco smoking machine. Definitions and standard conditions (British Standard)

This document defines smoking parameters and specifies the standard conditions to be provided for the routine analytical machine smoking of water pipe tobacco, where the water pipe tobacco sample is electrically heated only and not combusted; specifies the requirements for a routine analytical smoking machine complying with the standard conditions. This document is only applicable for water pipe tobacco used in devices known as arghile , hookah , nargile or shisha in which tobacco is heated, not combusted. Other types of water pipe tobacco that are used in other devices such as Chinese water pipe are not covered.


BS ISO 22519:2019

Purified water and water for injection pretreatment and production systems (British Standard)

This document specifies design, materials selection, construction and operation of Purified Water (PW) and Water for Injection (WFI) pretreatment and membrane-based production systems. As many different types of feed water are possible, different components and configurations are presented. A decision matrix is provided to give guidance for the different types of feed water. This document excludes selection of the appropriate compendial water definition per system: e.g. PW, WFI or other; thermal process for generation of PW/WFI; loops, storage and distribution; pure steam generation and distribution; laboratory water systems and validation.



BS ISO 25065:2019

Systems and software engineering. Software product Quality Requirements and Evaluation (SQuaRE). Common Industry Format (CIF) for Usability: User requirements specification (British Standard)

This document provides a framework and consistent terminology for specifying user requirements. It specifies the common industry format (CIF) for a user requirement specification including the content elements and the format for stating those requirements. NOTE 1 A user requirements specification is the formal documentation of a set of user requirements, which aids in the development and evaluation of usable interactive systems. In this document, user requirements refers to: a) user-system interaction requirements for achieving intended outcomes (including requirements for system outputs and their attributes); b) use-related quality requirements that specify the quality criteria associated with the outcomes of users interacting with the interactive system and can be used as criteria for system acceptance. NOTE 2 ISO/IEC 25030 introduces the concept of quality requirements. The use-related quality requirements in this document are a particular type of quality requirement. The content elements of a user requirements specification are intended to be used as part of documentation resulting from the activities specified in ISO 9241-210, and from human centred design processes, such as those in ISO 9241-220. This document is intended to be used by requirements engineers, business analysts, product managers, product owners, and people acquiring systems from third parties. The CIF series of standards addresses usability-related information (as described in ISO 9241-11 and ISO/IEC TR 25060). NOTE 3 In addition to usability, user requirements can include other perspectives, such as human-centred quality introduced in ISO 9241-220, and other quality perspectives presented in ISO/IEC 25010, ISO/IEC TS 25011, and ISO/IEC 25030. NOTE 4 While this document was developed for interactive systems, the guidance can also be applied in other domains. This document does not prescribe any kind of method, lifecycle or process. The content elements of a user requirements specification can be used in iterative development which includes the elaboration and evolution of requirements (e.g. as in agile development).



BS ISO 37159:2019

Smart community infrastructures. Smart transportation for rapid transit in and between large city zones and their surrounding areas (British Standard)

This document specifies a procedure to organize smart transportation that enables one-day trips by citizens between cities and in a large city zone, including its surrounding areas, and conveys a large number of people at a high frequency in a short time over distances of up to 1 000 km. Smart transportation aims to promote political and economic work and stimulate business activity by providing citizens with a manner of travel to complete a return trip from their home or place of work to destinations outside their cities on the same day. However, this document does not designate a procedure for constructing smart transportation facilities. NOTE One-day trip means travel from an origin to a destination and back to the origin on the same day. The purpose of such travel is out of the scope of this document.


BS ISO 6521-1:2019

Lubricants, industrial oils and related products (Class L). Family D (compressors) Specifications of categories DAA and DAB (lubricants for reciprocating and drip feed rotary air compressors) (British Standard)

This document specifies the minimum requirements for mineral or synthetic based lubricants intended for use in reciprocating and drip feed rotary air compressors (vane compressors) with the compression chamber(s)/cylinders lubricated by direct lubricant injection. NOTE This document can be read in conjunction with ISO 6743-3 [1] .


BS ISO 945-4:2019

Microstructure of cast irons Test method for evaluating nodularity in spheroidal graphite cast irons (British Standard)

This document specifies a test method for evaluating nodularity in spheroidal graphite cast irons by comparative visual analysis and image analysis techniques. This document provides figures for different levels of nodularity and graphite particle count of spheroidal graphite cast irons for visual analysis.


BS ISO/CIE 17166:2019

Erythema reference action spectrum and standard erythema dose (British Standard)

This document specifies the erythema reference action spectrum, s er ( ), and the standard erythema dose (SED).


BS ISO/IEC 18040:2019

Information technology. Computer graphics, image processing and environmental data representation. Live actor and entity representation in mixed and augmented reality (MAR) (British Standard)

This document defines a reference model and base components for representing and controlling a single LAE or multiple LAEs in an MAR scene. It defines concepts, a reference model, system framework, functions and how to integrate a 2D/3D virtual world and LAEs, and their interfaces, in order to provide MAR applications with interfaces of LAEs. It also defines an exchange format necessary for transferring and storing LAE-related data between LAE-based MAR applications. This document specifies the following functionalities: a) definitions for an LAE in MAR; b) representation of an LAE; c) representation of properties of an LAE; d) sensing of an LAE in a physical world; e) integration of an LAE into a 2D/3D virtual scene; f) interaction between an LAE and objects in a 2D/3D virtual scene; g) transmission of information related to an LAE in an MAR scene. This document defines a reference model for LAE representation-based MAR applications to represent and to exchange data related to LAEs in a 2D/3D virtual scene in an MAR scene. It does not define specific physical interfaces necessary for manipulating LAEs, that is, it does not define how specific applications need to implement a specific LAE in an MAR scene, but rather defines common functional interfaces for representing LAEs that can be used interchangeably between MAR applications.


BS ISO/IEC 30071-1:2019

Information technology. Development of user interface accessibility Code of practice for creating accessible ICT products and services (British Standard)

This document takes a holistic approach to the accessibility of information and communications technology (ICT) by combining guidance on implementing the accessibility of ICT systems (ICT accessibility) both at organizational and system development levels. This document gives guidelines for building and maintaining ICT systems (including products and services) that are accessible to diverse users (including users with disabilities and older people). This document is applicable to all types of organizations. This document applies to the breadth of ICT systems and the results of convergent and emerging technologies within an organization including, but not limited to: information systems; intranet systems; websites; mobile and wearable applications; social media; and Internet of Things (IoT) systems. It gives requirements and recommendations for organizations: a) ensuring accessibility is considered in their policies or strategy by creating an organizational ICT accessibility policy; b) embedding the consideration of accessibility decisions through the entire process of developing procuring, installing, operating and maintaining ICT systems, and documenting these choices; c) justifying decisions on accessibility; d) communicating the ICT system's accessibility decisions to its users at launch, through creating and publishing its accessibility statement.


BS ISO/IEC 30106-1:2016+A1:2019

Information technology. Object oriented BioAPI Architecture (British Standard)

ISO/IEC 30106-1:2016 specifies an architecture for a set of interfaces which define the OO BioAPI. Components defined in this part of ISO/IEC 30106 include a framework, Biometric Service Providers (BSPs), Biometric Function Providers (BFPs) and a component registry. NOTE Each of these components have an equivalent component specified in ISO/IEC 19784 1 as the OO BioAPI is intended to be an OO interpretation of this part of ISO/IEC 30106. For this reason, this part of ISO/IEC 30106 is conceptually equivalent to ISO/IEC 19784 1. Concepts present in this part of ISO/IEC 30106 (for example, BioAPI_Unit and component registry) have the same meaning as in ISO/IEC 19784 1. While the conceptual equivalence of this part of ISO/IEC 30106 will be maintained with ISO/IEC 19784 1, there are differences in the parameters passed between functions and the sequence of function calls. These differences exist to take advantage of the features provided by Object Oriented Programming Languages.











PD ISO/TR 16161:2019

Automation systems and integration. Use case of capability profiles for cooperation between manufacturing software units (British Standard)

This document describes an approach for using ISO 16100 to achieve cooperation between software agents by exchanging manufacturing software unit (MSU) capability profiles. The exchanged profiles among agents describe the manufacturing capabilities requested by the requester and to be fulfilled by the performer.


CSA A460-2019

Bird-friendly building design

Preface This is the first edition of CSA A460, Bird-friendly building design. CSA A460 covers bird-friendly building design in both new construction and existing buildings. This Standard has been developed in compliance with Standards Council of Canada requirements for National Standards of Canada. It has been published as a National Standard of Canada by CSA Group. Scope 1.1 General This Standard covers bird-friendly building design in both new construction and existing buildings and is intended to reduce bird collisions with buildings. The Standard provides bird-friendly design requirements for glazing, building-integrated structures, and overall building and site design. 1.2 Exclusions This Standard considers design aspects of glazing, buildings, and sites only from the point of view of bird strikes. Other standards and codes make recommendations regarding building characteristics that are not addressed in this Standard (e.g., energy efficiency, building occupant comfort, glazing safety). Certification procedures are not part of this Standard. 1.3 Terminology In this Standard, "shall" is used to express a requirement, i.e., a provision that the user is obliged to satisfy in order to comply with the Standard; "should" is used to express a recommendation or that which is advised but not required; and "may" is used to express an option or that which is permissible within the limits of the Standard. Notes accompanying clauses do not include requirements or alternative requirements; the purpose of a note accompanying a clause is to separate from the text explanatory or informative material. Notes to tables and figures are considered part of the table or figure and may be written as requirements. Annexes are designated normative (mandatory) or informative (non-mandatory) to define their application.


CSA C22.2 No. 182.2-M87 (R2019)

Industrial Locking Type, Special Use Attachment Plugs, Receptacles and Connectors

Scope 1.1 This Standard applies to locking type plugs, receptacles, equipment power inlets and outlets, and connectors rated up to 60 A and up to 600 V ac or 250 V dc, for use in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I. 1.2 The devices covered by this Standard are intended for use with copper conductors only in making readily detachable electrical connections utilizing a variety of current and voltage ratings. 1.3 This Standard also applies to "hospital only", locking type plugs, connectors, and receptacles. 1.4 This Standard does not apply to (a) pull-off plugs covered in CSA Standard C22.2 No. 57; (b) receptacles, attachment plugs, connectors, and adapters intended for use in hazardous locations that are covered in CSA Standard C22.2 No. 159; (c) general use attachment plugs, receptacles, and similar wiring devices covered in CSA Standard C22.2 No. 42; and (d) industrial type, special use attachment plugs, receptacles, equipment power inlets and outlets, and connectors covered in CSA Standard C22.2 No. 182.1; or (e) special use attachment plugs, receptacles, equipment power inlets, and connectors covered in CSA Standard C22.2 No. 182.3.


CSA C22.2 No. 33-2019

Construction and Test of Electric Cranes and Hoists

Preface This is the fourth edition of CSA C22.2 No. 33, Electrical safety requirements for cranes and hoists, one of a series of Standards issued by CSA Group under Part II of the Canadian Electrical Code. It supersedes the previous edition published in 1984 under the title Construction and test of electric cranes and hoists. This Standard has been developed in compliance with Standards Council of Canada requirements for National Standards of Canada. It has been published as a National Standard of Canada by CSA Group. Scope 1.1 This Standard applies to all types of electric cranes, including electric overhead travelling cranes, and hoists for vertical lifting and lowering of freely suspended load for voltages of 750 V and less between conductors. The equipment specified in this Standard is intended for installation in accordance with CSA C22.1, Canadian Electrical Code, Part I. Note: Examples of electric overhead traveling cranes are a) single and double girder; b) gantry; c) semi-gantry; d) portal cranes, e) jib cranes; f) monorail systems; g) hoists; and h) trolley. 1.2 This Standard applies to the following cranes and hoists electrification systems: a) bare non-rigid and rigid contact conductors, collector shoes and wheels, and associated fittings; and b) insulated conductor bar assemblies, collector trolley assemblies, and associated fittings (such as splices, power feeds, hangers, end caps, and similar). 1.3 This Standard applies to equipment for general industrial and commercial application, in nonhazardous locations for indoor and outdoor locations. 1.4 This Standard applies to equipment for installation in an ambient temperature not exceeding 40 °C. 1.5 This Standard applies to wireless control equipment used in conjunction with electric cranes and hoists. 1.6 This Standard does not apply to a) elevators; b) dumbwaiters; c) stairway hoists; d) tower cranes; e) manually operated chain driven cranes; f) mobile cranes; g) draglines; h) mine hoists; i) guided loads; j) below the hook attachments; and k) construction cranes and hoists. 1.7 In this Standard, "shall" is used to express a requirement, i.e., a provision that the user is obliged to satisfy in order to comply with the standard; "should" is used to express a recommendation or that which is advised but not required; and "may" is used to express an option or that which is permissible within the limits of the Standard. Notes accompanying clauses do not include requirements or alternative requirements; the purpose of a note accompanying a clause is to separate from the text explanatory or informative material. Notes to tables and figures are considered part of the table or figure and may be written as requirements. Annexes are designated normative (mandatory) or informative (nonmandatory) to define their application.


CSA C22.2 No. 64-2019

Household cooking and liquid-heating appliances

Preface This is the eighth edition of CSA C22.2 No. 64, Household cooking and liquid-heating appliances. It supersedes the previous editions published in 2010, 1991, 1980, 1976, 1972, 1954, and 1936. It is one of a series of Standards issued by CSA Group under Part II of the Canadian Electrical Code. The major changes to this edition include a) the removal of the requirements for electric portable cooking appliances such bread makers, candy floss maker, hot plates, indoor barbecues, popcorn makers, portable ovens, toasters, and waffle irons covered by CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60335-2-9; b) the removal of requirements for outdoor barbecues covered by CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60335-2-78; c) the removal of requirements for bottle warmers, coffee makers, egg boilers, kettles, pressure cookers, rice cookers, slow cookers, poultry water heaters, and stock water heaters covered by CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60335-2-15; d) the removal of requirements for facial saunas covered by CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60335-2-23; e) the removal of requirements for electrical appliances for use in aquariums or garden ponds covered by CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60335-2-55; and f) an update of the reference publications (Clause 2). Scope 1.1 This Standard applies to cord-connected and permanently connected cooking and liquid-heating appliances* rated for use on nominal single-phase system voltages of 240 V and less and designed to be used in nonhazardous locations in household and similar applications in accordance with CSA C22.1, Canadian Electrical Code, Part I. * The abbreviated term "appliance" is used in this Standard. 1.2 This Standard applies to kitchen-type cooking and liquid-heating appliances such as a) bun warmers; b) chafing dishes; c) deep-fat fryers; d) frypans; e) hot carts; f) warming trays and plates; and g) similar appliances. 1.3 This Standard applies to miscellaneous equipment such as a) barbecue lighters; b) incineration and humus (or chemical) types of electric toilets; c) vaporizers; d) water heaters (other than the storage type); e) water distillers; and f) similar equipment. 1.4 This Standard does not apply to a) electric portable cooking appliances such bread makers, candy floss maker, hot plates, indoor barbecues, popcorn makers, portable ovens, toasters, and waffle irons covered by CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60335-2-9; b) outdoor barbecues covered by CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60335-2-78; c) electric liquid heating appliances such as bottle warmers, coffee makers, egg boilers, kettles, pressure cookers, rice cookers, slow cookers, poultry water heaters, and stock water heaters covered by CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60335-2-15; d) facial saunas and hair dressing equipment covered by CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60335-2-23; e) electrical appliances for use in aquariums or garden ponds covered by CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60335-2-55; f) household electric ranges covered by CSA C22.2 No. 61; g) commercial cooking appliances covered by CSA C22.2 No. 109; h) storage tank type water heaters covered by CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 110; i) industrial liquid heaters covered by CSA C22.2 No. 88; and j) insecticide vaporizers. 1.5 In this Standard, "shall" is used to express a requirement, i.e., a provision that the user is obliged to satisfy in order to comply with the standard; "should" is used to express a recommendation or that which is advised but not required; and "may" is used to express an option or that which is permissible within the limits of the standard. Notes accompanying clauses do not include requirements or alternative requirements; the purpose of a note accompanying a clause is to separate from the text explanatory or informative material. Notes to tables and figures are considered part of the table or figure and may be written as requirements. Annexes are designated normative (mandatory) or informative (non-mandatory) to define their application. 1.6 The values given in SI units are the units of record for the purposes of this Standard. The values given in parentheses are for information and comparison only.


CSA W203-2019

Planning, design, operation, and maintenance of wastewater treatment in northern communities using lagoon and wetland systems

Preface This is the first edition of CSA W203, Planning, design, operation, and maintenance of wastewater treatment in northern communities using lagoon and wetland systems. Although this Standard is intended to be comprehensive, specific agencies may need to refine procedures as appropriate for their own usage. The Standard was developed through the collaboration from many knowledgeable experts and representatives from Canada's territorial governments and the private sector. CSA Group received funding for the development of this Guideline from the Standards Council of Canada, as part of the Northern Infrastructure Standardization Initiative with input from the Northern Advisory Committee (NAC). This Standard has been developed in compliance with Standards Council of Canada requirements for National Standards of Canada. It has been published as a National Standard of Canada by CSA Group. Scope and application 1.1 Scope This Standard specifically addresses the planning, design, operation, and maintenance of intermittent/seasonal discharge lagoon and wetland systems that are most appropriate for use in Northern regions, where effluent discharge is either difficult or not possible in colder months. 1.2 Application In this Standard, the North is considered above the 54th parallel. It can also apply in communities where the same challenges, such as extreme climatic conditions and remoteness, appear. This Standard applies across Northern Canada to all municipal wastewater lagoons and wetlands used for the treatment of municipal wastewater from a) cities, towns, villages, hamlets, settlements, community governments, and unorganized communities; and b) any site deemed in the public’s interest by a regulatory authority. WTAs should only be considered in remote northern environments where costs and feasibility are prohibitive for the use of constructed wetlands. 1.3 Exclusions This Standard does not address mechanical aeration of lagoon systems, natural lakes, and exfiltration lagoons. 1.4 Terminology In this Standard, "shall" is used to express a requirement, i.e., a provision that the user is obliged to satisfy in order to comply with the standard; "should" is used to express a recommendation or that which is advised but not required; "may" is used to express an option or that which is permissible within the limits of the standard; and "can" is used to express possibility or capability. Notes accompanying clauses do not include requirements or alternative requirements; the purpose of a note accompanying a clause is to separate from the text explanatory or informative material. Notes to tables and figures are considered part of the table or figure and may be written as requirements. Annexes are designated normative (mandatory) or informative (non-mandatory) to define their application.


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