Tagasi peagrupi juurde

Uued standardid

EVS-EN IEC 62881:2018
Hind 10,19 EUR
Identne IEC 62881:2018; EN IEC 62881:2018
Cause and Effect Matrix
This document addresses the setting and implementation of C&E matrices for a consistent use in engineering activities. It aims to describe a simple format used to support a consistent exchange of information between different engineering disciplines involved in project or maintenance activities. The document defines the minimum requirements of the C&E matrix content, which is derived from existing design documents, for example P&ID or verbal descriptions. The transfer of the relations defined in C&E matrices into a functional or source code for the application programming of PLC/DCS is out of the scope of this document. In addition, this document does not cover the implementation of complex and/or sequential logics at a dedicated automation platform, which will require additional stipulations to be done/ followed. It is understood, that C&E matrices in fact can be used to document the fault reactions of the plant equipment and therefore can be used as reference point for the necessary safety verifications to be applied. C&E matrices as defined in this document do not have the same scope as Fishbone or Ishikawa diagrams, which are often named in the literature as cause and effect diagrams.

EVS-EN ISO 17279-2:2018
Hind 12,51 EUR
Identne ISO 17279-2:2018; EN ISO 17279-2:2018
Welding - Micro joining of 2nd generation high temperature superconductors - Part 2: Qualification for welding and testing personnel (ISO 17279-2:2018)
This document specifies the qualification requirements for personnel performing micro-joining and oxygenation anneling, and testing the 2G HTS test joints.

ISO 8994:2018
Hind 32,43 EUR
Anodizing of aluminium and its alloys -- Rating system for the evaluation of pitting corrosion -- Grid method
This document specifies a grid rating system that provides a means of defining levels of performance of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys that have been subjected to corrosion tests. This rating system is applicable to pitting corrosion resulting from — accelerated tests, — exposure to corrosive environments, and — practical service tests. This document takes into account only pitting corrosion of the basis metal resulting from penetration of the protective anodic oxidation coating. NOTE 1 ISO 8993[1] describes a similar rating system based on defined chart scales. NOTE 2 The grid rating system is frequently used for rating the results of short-term corrosion tests for relatively thin anodic oxidation coating, such as those used in the automotive industry.
Asendab ISO 8994:2011

ISO 16739-1:2018
Hind 168,97 EUR
Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) for data sharing in the construction and facility management industries -- Part 1: Data schema
The Industry Foundation Classes, IFC, are an open international standard for Building Information Model (BIM) data that are exchanged and shared among software applications used by the various participants in the construction or facility management industry sector. The standard includes definitions that cover data required for buildings over their life cycle. This release, and upcoming releases, extend the scope to include data definitions for infrastructure assets over their life cycle as well. The Industry Foundation Classes specify a data schema and an exchange file format structure. The data schema is defined in - EXPRESS data specification language, defined in ISO 10303-11, - XML Schema definition language (XSD), defined in XML Schema W3C Recommendation, whereas the EXPRESS schema definition is the source and the XML schema definition is generated from the EXPRESS schema according to the mapping rules defined in ISO 10303-28. The exchange file formats for exchanging and sharing data according to the conceptual schema are - Clear text encoding of the exchange structure, defined in ISO 10303-21, - Extensible Markup Language (XML), defined in XML W3C Recommendation. Alternative exchange file formats may be used if they conform to the data schemas. ISO 16739-1:2017 of IFC consists of the data schemas, represented as an EXPRESS schema and an XML schema, and reference data, represented as definitions of property and quantity names, and formal and informative descriptions. A subset of the data schema and referenced data is referred to as a Model View Definition (MVD). A particular MVD is defined to support one or many recognized workflows in the construction and facility management industry sector. Each workflow identifies data exchange requirements for software applications. Conforming software applications need to identity the model view definition they conform to.
Asendab ISO 16739:2013

Asendatud või tühistatud standardid


Kavandite arvamusküsitlus

prEN IEC 61804-3:2018
Identne IEC 61804-3:201X; prEN IEC 61804-3:2018
Tähtaeg 3.02.2019
Function Blocks (FB) for process control and Electronic Device Description Language (EDDL) - Part 3: EDDL syntax and semantics
This part of IEC 61804 specifies the Electronic Device Description Language (EDDL) technology, which enables the integration of real product details using the tools of the engineering life cycle. This part of IEC 61804 specifies EDDL as a generic language for describing the properties of automation system components. EDDL is capable of describing • device parameters and their dependencies; • device functions, for example, simulation mode, calibration; • graphical representations, for example, menus; • interactions with control devices; • graphical representations: – enhanced user interface, – graphing system; • persistent data store. EDDL is used to create Electronic Device Description (EDD) for e.g. concrete devices, common usable profiles or libraries. This EDD is used with appropriate tools to generate an interpretative code to support parameter handling, operation, and monitoring of automation system components such as remote I/Os, controllers, sensors, and programmable controllers. Tool implementation is outside the scope of this standard. This part of IEC 61804 specifies the semantic and lexical structure in a syntax-independent manner. A specific syntax is defined in Annex A, but it is possible to use the semantic model also with different syntaxes. Part 4 of IEC 61804 specifies EDD interpretation for EDD applications and EDDs to support EDD interoperability. Part 5 of IEC 61804 specifies the EDDL Builtin library and provides the profiles of the various fieldbuses.
Keel: Inglise

prEN IEC 61804-5:2018
Identne IEC 61804-5:201X; prEN IEC 61804-5:2018
Tähtaeg 3.02.2019
Function blocks (FB) for process control and electronic device description language (EDDL) - Part 5: EDDL Builtin library
This part of IEC 61804 specifies the EDDL Builtin library and provides the profiles of the various fieldbuses.
Keel: Inglise

prEN IEC 61804-4:2018
Identne IEC 61804-4:201X; prEN IEC 61804-4:2018
Tähtaeg 3.02.2019
Function blocks (FB) for process control and electronic device description language (EDDL) - Part 4: EDD interpretation
This part of IEC 61804 specifies EDD interpretation for EDD applications and EDDs to support EDD interoperability. This document is intended to ensure that field device developers use the EDDL constructs consistently and that the EDD applications have the same interpretations of the EDD. It supplements the EDDL specification to promote EDDL application interoperability and improve EDD portability between EDDL applications.
Keel: Inglise

prEN ISO 10863
Identne ISO/DIS 10863; prEN ISO 10863
Tähtaeg 3.02.2019
Non-destructive testing of welds - Ultrasonic testing - Use of time-of-flight diffraction technique (TOFD) (ISO/DIS 10863:2018)
This International Standard specifies the application of the time-of-flight diffraction (TOFD) technique to the semi- or fully automated ultrasonic testing of fusion-welded joints in metallic materials of minimum thickness 6 mm. It applies to full penetration welded joints of simple geometry in plates, pipes, and vessels, where both the weld and the parent material are low-alloyed carbon steel. Where specified and appropriate, TOFD can also be used on other types of materials that exhibit low ultrasonic attenuation (especially that due to scatter). Where material-dependent ultrasonic parameters are specified in this document, they are based on steels having a sound velocity of (5 920 ± 50) m/s for longitudinal waves, and (3 255 ± 30) m/s for transverse waves. It is necessary to take this fact into account when testing materials with a different velocity. This document makes reference to the basic standard ISO 16828 and provides guidance on the specific capabilities and limitations of TOFD for the detection, location, sizing and characterization of discontinuities in fusion-welded joints. TOFD can be used as a stand-alone method or in combination with other non-destructive testing (NDT) methods or techniques, for manufacturing inspection, and for in-service inspection. This document specifies four testing levels (A, B, C, D) in accordance with ISO 17635 and corresponding to an increasing level of testing reliability. Guidance on the selection of testing levels is provided. This document permits assessment of TOFD indications for acceptance purposes. This assessment is based on the evaluation of transmitted, reflected and diffracted ultrasonic signals within a generated TOFD image. This document does not include acceptance levels for discontinuities.
Keel: Inglise

prEN 62443-2-4
Tähtaeg 3.02.2019
Security for industrial automation and control systems - Part 2-4: Security program requirements for IACS service providers
This part of IEC 62443 specifies a comprehensive set of requirements for security capabilities for IACS service providers that they can offer to the asset owner during integration and maintenance activities of an Automation Solution. Because not all requirements apply to all industry groups and organizations, Subclause 4.1.4 provides for the development of Profiles that allow for the subsetting of these requirements. Profiles are used to adapt this document to specific environments, including environments not based on an IACS. NOTE 1 The term “Automation Solution” is used as a proper noun (and therefore capitalized) in this part of IEC 62443 to prevent confusion with other uses of this term. Collectively, the security capabilities offered by an IACS service provider are referred to as its Security Program. In a related specification, IEC 62443-2-1 describes requirements for the Security Management System of the asset owner. NOTE 2 In general, these security capabilities are policy, procedure, practice and personnel related. Figure 2 illustrates how the integration and maintenance capabilities relate to the IACS and the control system product that is integrated into the Automation Solution. Some of these capabilities reference security measures defined in IEC 62443-3-3 that the service provider must ensure are supported in the Automation Solution (either included in the control system product or separately added to the Automation Solution).
Keel: Inglise

prEN 62443-2-4/prA1
Identne IEC 62443-2-4:2015/A1:2017; prEN 62443-2-4/prA1
Tähtaeg 3.02.2019
Security for industrial automation and control systems - Part 2-4: Security program requirements for IACS service providers
Amendment for prEN 62443-2-4
Keel: Inglise