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ISO/TC 69/SC 4/WG 11

  • prEN ISO 16410-2 rev

    22-10-2015
    00278415

    Electronic fee collection - Evaluation of equipment for conformity to ISO/TS 17575-3 - Part 2: Abstract test suite

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  • prEN 16432-1

    14-09-2015
    00256803

    Railway applications – Ballastless track systems –Part 1: General requirements

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    This European Standard defines the general requirements concerning the design of ballastless track systems. It does not include any requirements for inspecting, maintaining, repairing and replacing ballastless track systems during operation. This European Standard is applicable for high speed and conventional railway applications up to 250 kN axle load. This standard applies to ballastless track systems including: — booted systems; — embedded rail systems; — other fastening systems. The requirements of this standard apply to ballastless track systems including: — plain line track as well as switches and crossings and rail expansion joints; — various substructures like embankments and cuttings, tunnels, bridges or similar, with or without floating slabs; — transitions between different substructures; — transitions between different ballastless track systems; — transitions between ballasted and ballastless track systems. NOTE – Requirements for characterisation of the substructures listed above are included in this standard. Design of the substructures is covered by other European Standards, e.g. EN 1992-2, EN 1997-1, etc.
  • prEN 16432-3

    10-08-2012
    00256636

    Railway applications - Ballastless track systems - Part 3: Acceptance

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    This document specifies the requirements on acceptance of ballastless track systems. Ballastless track systems shall be accepted on site in terms of geometric and performance parameters. The parameters as well as procedures to derive them are defined in clause 3. This standard contains the procedures and criteria to define an approval process for a ballastless track system between the end of the installation (and repair) process before commissioning of a ballastless track system.
  • prEN 16440-2

    25-05-2012
    00113060

    Testing methodologies for cooling equipment for insulated means of transportation - Part 2: Eutectic systems

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    This standard applies to transport refrigerating systems: – which are equipped with eutectic elements – with or without fan(s) – filled with an eutectic substance (e.g. brine, gel) in which cold is stored; – with or without refrigerating systems (see Note) intended to be installed into insulated means of transportation (e.g. lorries, trailers, swap bodies, other transport containers and wagons). The transport refrigerating system is equipped with all the components necessary for the storage, transmission and, if relevant, production of cold as well as for temperature control. – this standard specifies consistent testing regulations for the determination of the operational values in accordance with consistent measurement procedures as well as consistent marking. This standard does not contain any safety requirements. NOTE – Freezing of the eutectic elements may be performed both directly by a refrigerating system mounted onto the vehicle and indirectly by means of a cooling brine cooled by a stationary refrigerating system.
  • prEN ISO 16441

    13-04-2012
    00012316

    Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries - Pipeline transportation systems - Actuation mechanical integrity and sizing for subsea pipeline valves

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    To be transmitted
  • prEN ISO 16484-2 rev

    17-04-2015
    00247106

    Building automation and control systems (BACS) - Part 2: Hardware

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    This part of the standard specifies the requirements for the hardware to perform the tasks within a BACS. It provides the terms, definitions, and abbreviations for the understanding of Part 2 and Part 3. Part 2 relates only to physical items/devices, i.e.: - operator stations and other human system interface devices; - devices for management functions; - control devices, automation stations and application specific controllers; - field devices and their interfaces; - cabling and interconnection of devices; - engineering and commissioning tools. This part of this standard shows a generic system model to which all-different types of BACS and their interconnections (BACS network) can fit. A graphical concept of the BACSnetwork in terms of LAN and inter-network topology will be provided in Part 5 of this standard. National annexes: National annexes may specify the local requirements of physical and electrical characteristics, the verifications for BACS devices and equipment, and the code of practice for the physical installation of systems. The annexes shall refer to the regional implementations of the relevant IEC standards.
  • prEN ISO 16484-3 rev

    13-11-2009
    00247075

    Building automation and control systems (BACS) - Part 3: Functions

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    This International Standard specifies the characteristics of software and functions used in Building automation and control systems as well as a method for documentation of the design. It gives guidelines for the engineering. It specifies a template for documentation of plant/application specific data points and functions, called BACS function list in annex A. The informative function block examples explain a method to display the referenced functions in system documentation; they do not standardize the method for programming functions and applications. This International Standard covers the following: Requirements and definitions regarding BACS and application software, generic function types for plant/project specific applications and engineering functions for building controls and operations. It provides communication functions for the integration of other dedicated special system processes. The functional requirements in this part of the standard are subdivided as follows: System management and application software.
  • prEN ISO 16484-4

    17-04-2015
    00247104

    Building automation and control systems -- Part 4: Control applications

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    This part of the standard specifies control applications and function blocks focusing on but not limited to lighting, blinds and HVAC applications. It describes how energy performance, comfort, and operational requirements of buildings are translated into functional specifications for integrated plant and room control.
  • prEN ISO 16484-7

    17-04-2015
    00247105

    Building automation and control systems -- Part 7: The contribution of BACS to energy performance of buildings

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    This international Standard specifiecs: - a structured list of control, building automation and technical building management functions which contribute to the energy performance of buildings; - a method to define minimum requirements regarding the control, building automation and technical building management functions to be implemented in buildings of different complexities; - factor based method to get a first estimation of the effect of these functions on typical buildings types and use profiles - Factors and use profiles as informative annex - Detailed method as informative annex - Detailed methods to assess the effect of these functions on a given building. These methods enable to introduce the contribution of these functions to the calculations of energy performance ratings and indicators calculated by the relevant standards; This international Standard is defined for: - building owners, architects or engineers, defining the functions to be implemented for a given new building or for the renovation of an existing building; - public authorities, defining minimum requirements for BACS and TBM functions for new buildings as well as for renovation as defined in the relevant standard; - public authorities, defining inspection procedures of technical systems as well as inspectors applying these procedures to check if the level of BACS and TBM functions implemented is appropriate; - public authorities, defining calculation methods which take into account the effect of BAC and TBM functions on the energy performance of buildings as well as software developers implementing these calculation methods and designers using them; - designers, checking that the effect of all BACS and TBM functions are taken into account when assessing the energy performance of a building. NOTE: The terms BAC (Building Automation and Control) and BACS (Building Automation and Control System) are equivalent in view of energy calculation and energy performance. In this case BACS will be used in the English version and BAC (German term:
  • prEN ISO 16506

    19-04-2013
    00055360

    Dentsitry - Polymer-based luting materials containing adhesive components (ISO/TC106/SC1/WG 15)

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    This International Standard specifies requirements for dental polymer-based luting materials containing adhesive components supplied in a form suitable for mechanical mixing, hand-mixing, or intra-oral and extra-oral external energy activation. The polymer-based luting materials covered by this International Standard are intended for use in the cementation or fixation of restorations and appliances such as inlays, onlays, veneers, posts, crowns and bridges. This International Standard does not cover the following polymer-based luting materials: - those do not have an adhesive component within the structure of the material (see ISO 4049); - those intended to use for veneering metal sub-frames (see ISO 10477); and - those intended to use for orthodontic appliances.
  • prEN 16602-70-80

    19-09-2018
    JT005160

    Space product assurance – Processing and quality assurance requirements for metallic powder bed fusion technologies for space applications

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    The scope includes metallic Powder Bed Fusion technologies for space applications. A clear definition and implementation of quality monitoring and control means is mandatory and shall address the full end to end metallic PBF process, encompassing: • Design / Simulation • Materials management (Powder, shielding gases, other consumables, recycling, etc.) • Processing • Post Processing • Testing By developing a single standard which can be tailored in the Project definition phase, it will help the Space Industry in performing the following functions related to metallic PBF technologies over the full end to end process: (i) select and qualify metallic PBF processes for the appropriate application, (ii) select and validate raw materials for the appropriate applications, (iii) define monitoring and control means during production to ensure that metallic PBF parts are produced with the required quality, (iv) define requirements for applying Non-Destructive Inspection methods for the different metallic PBF parts, (v) define requirements to verify/qualify space parts produced by metallic PBF processes for the selected applications and associated environment, (vi) define specific requirements for operators/inspectors/instructors certification, (vii) define requirements for metallic PBF machines certification, (viii) define requirements for metallic PBF Companies certification. The Standard will be complemented with informative Annexes, listing guidelines and best practices on specific technical aspects.
  • prEN 16603-10-04 rev

    14-01-2016
    JT005129

    Space engineering - Space environment

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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.
  • prEN 16603-32-01 rev

    23-05-2018
    JT005153

    Space engineering – Fracture control

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    This ECSS Engineering Standard specifies the fracture control requirements to be imposed on space segments of space systems and their related GSE. The fracture control programme is applicable for space systems and related GSE when required by ECSS-Q-ST-40 or by the NASA document NST 1700.7, incl. ISS addendum. The requirements contained in this Standard, when implemented, also satisfy the fracture control requirements applicable to the NASA STS and ISS as specified in the NASA document NSTS 1700.7 (incl. the ISS Addendum). The NASA nomenclature differs in some cases from that used by ECSS. When STS/ISS-specific requirements and nomenclature are included, they are identified as such. This standard may be tailored for the specific characteristic and constrains of a space project in conformance with ECSS-S-ST-00.
  • prEN 16603-32-10 rev

    23-05-2018
    JT005155

    Space engineering – Structural factors of safety for spaceflight hardware

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    The purpose of this Standard is to define the Factors Of Safety (FOS), Design Factor and additional factors to be used for the dimensioning and design verification of spaceflight hardware including qualification and acceptance tests. This standard is not self standing and is used in conjunction with the ECSS-E-ST-32, ECSS-E-ST-32-02 and ECSS-E-ST-33-01 documents. Following assumptions are made in the document: - that recognized methodologies are used for the determination of the limit loads, including their scatter, that are applied to the hardware and for the stress analyses; - that the structural and mechanical system design is amenable to engineering analyses by current state-of-the-art methods and is conforming to standard aerospace industry practices. Factors of safety are defined to cover chosen load level probability, assumed uncertainty in mechanical properties and manufacturing but not a lack of engineering effort. The choice of a factor of safety for a program is directly linked to the rationale retained for designing, dimensioning and testing within the program. Therefore, as the development logic and the associated reliability objectives are different for: - unmanned scientific or commercial satellite, - expendable launch vehicles, - man-rated spacecraft, and - any other unmanned space vehicle (e.g. transfer vehicle, planetary probe) specific values are presented for each of them. Factors of safety for re-usable launch vehicles and man-rated commercial spacecraft are not addressed in this document. For all of these space products, factors of safety are defined hereafter in the document whatever the adopted qualification logic: proto-flight or prototype model. For pressurized hardware, factors of safety for all loads except internal pressure loads are defined in this standard. Concerning the internal pressure, the factors of safety for pressurised hardware can be found in ECSS-E-ST-32-02. For loads combination refer to ECSS-E-ST-32-02. For mechanisms, specific factors of safety associated with yield and ultimate of metallic materials, cable rupture factors of safety, stops/shaft shoulders/recess yield factors of safety and limits for peak Hertzian contact stress are specified in ECSS-E-ST-33-01. Alternate approach The factors of safety specified hereafter are applied using a deterministic approach i.e. as generally applied in the Space Industry to achieve the structures standard reliability objectives. Structural safety based on a probabilistic analysis could be an alternate approach but it has to be demonstrated this process achieves the reliability objective specified to the structure. The procedure is approved by the customer. This standard may be tailored for the specific characteristics and constraints of a space project in conformance with ECSS-S-ST-00.
  • prEN 16603-50 rev

    14-02-2018
    JT005151

    Space engineering – Communications

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    This Standard specifies the requirements for the development of the end­to­end data communications system for spacecraft. Specifically, this standard specifies: - The terminology to be used for space communication systems engineering. - The activities to be performed as part of the space communication system engineering process, in accordance with the ECSS-E-ST-10 standard. - Specific requirements on space communication systems in respect of functionality and performance. The communications links covered by this Standard are the space­to­ground and space­to­space links used during spacecraft operations, and the communications links to the spacecraft used during the assembly, integration and test, and operational phases. Spacecraft end­to­end communication systems comprise components in three distinct domains, namely the ground network, the space link, and the space network. This Standard covers the components of the space link and space network in detail. However, this Standard only covers those aspects of the ground network that are necessary for the provision of the end­to­end communication services. NOTE – Other aspects of the ground network are covered in ECSS-E ST 70. This Standard may be tailored for the specific characteristics and constraints of a space project in conformance with ECSS-S ST 00.
  • prEN 16603-50-01 rev

    14-02-2018
    JT005149

    Space engineering – Space data links – Telemetry synchronization and channel coding

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    This Standard establishes a common implementation of space telemetry channel coding systems. Several space telemetry channel coding schemes are specified in this Standard. The specification does not attempt to quantify the relative coding gain or the merits of each scheme, nor the design requirements for encoders or decoders. However, some application profiles are discussed in Annex D. Performance data for the coding schemes specified in this Standard can be found in CCSDS 130.1 G 1. Annex G describes the related mission configuration parameters. Further provisions and guidance on the application of this standard can be found in the following publications: - ECSS-E-ST-50, Communications, which defines the principle characteristics of communication protocols and related services for all communication layers relevant for space communication (physical- to application-layer), and their basic relationship to each other. - The handbook ECSS-E-HB-50, Communications guidelines, which provides information about specific implementation characteristics of these protocols in order to support the choice of a certain communications profile for the specific requirements of a space mission. Users of this present standard are invited to consult these documents before taking decisions on the implementation of the present one. This standard may be tailored for the specific characteristics and constraints of a space project in conformance with ECSS-S-ST-00.
  • prEN 16603-50-03 rev

    14-02-2018
    JT005150

    Space engineering – Space data links – Telemetry transfer frame protocol

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    This Standard contains the definition for Telemetry Transfer Frames which are fixed-length data structures, suitable for transmission at a constant frame rate on a space data channel. The Telemetry Transfer Frame provides a standardized data structure for the transmission of space-acquired data over a telemetry space data link. Usually, the source of the data is located in space and the receiver is located on the ground. However, this Standard may also be applied to space-to-space telemetry data links. Further provisions and guidance on the application of this standard can be found, respectively, in the following publications: - The higher level standard ECSS-E-ST-50, Communications, which defines the principle characteristics of communication protocols and related services for all communication layers relevant for space communication (physical- to application-layer), and their basic relationship to each other. - The handbook ECSS-E-HB-50, Communications guidelines, which provides information about specific implementation characteristics of these protocols in order to support the choice of a certain communications profile for the specific requirements of a space mission.. Users of this present standard are invited to consult these documents before taking decisions on the implementation of the present one. This standard may be tailored for the specific characteristics and constraints of a space project in conformance with ECSS-S-ST-00.
  • prEN 16603-50-04 rev

    14-02-2018
    JT005148

    Space engineering – Space data links – Telecommand protocols, synchronization and channel coding

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    This Standard specifies the data structures and protocols for a telecommand space data link and the procedure for physical layer operation. Usually, the source of data on a telecommand space data link is located on the ground and the receiver is located in space. However, the Standard may also be used for space-to-space telecommand data links. Further provisions and guidance on the application of this standard can be found, respectively, in the following documents: • The higher level standard ECSS-E-ST-50 “Communications”, which defines the principle characteristics of communication protocols and related services for all communication layers relevant for space communication (physical- to application-layer), and their basic relationship to each other. • The handbook ECSS-E-HB-50 “Communications guidelines”, which provides information about specific implementation characteristics of these protocols in order to support the choice of a certain communications profile for the specific requirements of a space mission. Users of this present standard are invited to consult these documents before taking decisions on the implementation of the present one. This standard may be tailored for the specific characteristics and constraints of a space project in conformance with ECSS-S-ST-00.
  • prEN 16603-50-16

    23-05-2018
    JT005156

    Space engineering – Time triggered ethernet

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  • prEN 16604-30-01

    19-09-2018
    JT005157

    Space – Space Situational Awareness Monitoring – Glossary for near-Earth object and surveillance and tracking-related messages

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    This standard is applicable to Space Surveillance and Tracking (SST) and near-Earth object (NEO) activities.
  • prEN 16604-30-02

    19-09-2018
    JT005158

    Space – Space Situational Awareness Monitoring – Glossary of Space Weather Terms

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    This standard is applicable to Space Weather activities.
  • prEN ISO 16610-29 rev

    04-11-2015
    00290217

    Geometrical product specifications (GPS) - Filtration - Part 29: Linear profile filters: Spline wavelets

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  • prEN ISO 16610-61 rev

    04-11-2015
    00290218

    Geometrical product specification (GPS) - Filtration - Part 61: Linear areal filters - Gaussian filters

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  • prEN ISO 16610-71 rev

    09-10-2014
    00290209

    Geometrical product specifications (GPS) - Filtration - Part 71: Robust areal filters: Gaussian regression filters

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  • prEN 16623-1

    02-09-2015
    00139580

    Reactive (intumescent) coatings for fire protection of structural elements - Part 1: Definitions, requirements, characteristics and marking.

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    This standard, will represent a partial revision of the existing EN 16623:2015 "Paints and varnishes – Reactive coatings for the fire protection of metallic substrates – Definitions, requirements, characteristics and marking". It will specify definitions, properties and methods of testing for the characterization of reactive fire protection products that may be water or solvent based solutions, or made available as preformed profiles (e.g. as slabs or tubes). The specified requirements will generally be independent of the product type and form, except where the nature of the product needs something specific. The requirements of the standard will also be independent of the substrate material and the structural member to which it may be applied to provide the necessary fire performance. The requirements relevant to ensuring compatibility and correct application to different substrate materials will be dealt with in supplementary parts of this standard (viz Parts 2, 3, 4 and 5).