This document specifies requirements for dried dill (Anethum graveolens L.) in whole, crushed or rubbed (ground) form. The term "dried dill" includes dehydrated dill, i.e. artificially dried dill. Recommendations relating to storage and transport conditions are given in Annex A.
This document defines a description of common terms and symbols used in the field of bicycles and two wheeled Electric Power Assisted Cycles (EPACs). The terms are classified under a nomenclature of different parts of bicycles and two wheeled EPACs, and presented in several languages.
ISO 21919 describes interfaces for automated machine tending of at least one computer numerically controlled (CNC) machine by using a machine tending device. These interfaces are the link between automated machine tending devices and machines used for production. The automated machine tending is initiated by either the machine tending system or by the machine. This document gives an overview and defines the fundamental principles on how the interfaces are set up. It defines the necessary vocabulary and sets the syntax for the structure of signals. It distinguishes between the safety interface, the control interface and project specific extensions. This document defines three conformance classes and dedicated conformance options. Classes and options consist of a number of signals to simultaneously: — allow a flexible adaptation of the interface(s) to a project-specific scope of functions; — tie sets of signals tight enough to avoid unnecessary coordination efforts between suppliers of the machine tending devices and machines. ISO 21919 concentrates on the control-related and safety-related connections. It does not describe the mechanical connections, it does not determine the transfer physics, a pin assignment, the hardware of the interfaces or measure of communication, e.g. protocol, and it is not intended to be used for communication to a MES (Manufacturing Execution System). NOTE ISO 21919‑2 deals with the safety interface and control interface, allocating signals to a conformance class and/or conformance option, describing the detailed functions of each signal, describing and displaying the timing interactions between signals in flow charts and showing examples for safety matrices and safety-related functional relationships.
This document establishes the general requirements for a linear hydraulic utility actuator, herein referred to as a "utility actuator", for use in flight vehicle hydraulic systems at pressures up to 35 000 kPa (5 000 psi). These requirements include: — design requirements; — test requirements. This document is intended to be used in conjunction with the detail specification that is particular to each application. NOTE Although Brake pistons and Landing Gear Bogie (Truck) Pitch Trimmers are utility actuators, they are outside the scope of this document. This is because these devices are considered to be specialist actuator devices due to their specific duty cycles requiring a separate set of tailored requirements.
This document specifies the minimum requirements for the design of professional programmes to monitor workers exposed to a risk of ingestion to uranium compounds. This document establishes principles for the development of compatible goals and requirements for monitoring programmes and dose assessment for workers occupationally exposed to internal contamination. It establishes procedures and assumptions for risk analysis, monitoring programmes and the standardized interpretation of monitoring data in order to achieve acceptable levels of reliability for uranium and its compounds. It sets limits for the applicability of the procedures in respect to dose levels above which more sophisticated methods need to be applied. This document addresses those circumstances when exposure could be constrained by either radiological or chemical toxicity concerns. This document addresses, for ingestion of uranium and its compounds, the following items: a) purposes of monitoring and monitoring programmes; b) description of the different categories of monitoring programmes; c) suitable methods for monitoring and criteria for their selection; d) information that is collected for the design of a monitoring programme; e) procedures for dose assessment based on reference levels for special monitoring programmes; f) criteria for determining the significance of monitoring results; g) uncertainties arising from dose assessment and interpretation of bioassays data; h) reporting/documentation; i) quality assurance; j) record keeping requirements. It is not applicable to the following items: a) detailed descriptions of measuring methods and techniques for uranium; b) modelling for the improvement of internal dosimetry; c) potential influence of counter-measures (e.g. administration of chelating agents); d) investigation of the causes or implications of an exposure; e) dosimetry for inhalation exposures and for contaminated wounds.
This document specifies the general principle and the technical protocol for the validation of alternative confirmation methods for microbiology in the food chain. This document compares the result of the alternative confirmation method against the confirmation procedure of a reference method or, if needed, a reference confirmation method (e.g. whole genome sequencing). This document is applicable to the validation of alternative confirmation methods used for the analysis (detection or quantification) of isolated microorganisms in: — products intended for human consumption; — products intended for animal feeding; — environmental samples in the area of food and feed production, handling; — samples from the primary production stage. Validated alternative confirmation methods can be used to replace (partly or completely) the confirmation procedure described in: — the reference method; — an alternative method validated in accordance with ISO 16140-2 only if one of the isolation agars specified in the validation study of the alternative confirmation method is used. This document is also applicable to the validation of alternative typing methods, where the reference method can be, for example, a serological method (e.g. serotyping of Salmonella) or a molecular method (e.g. typing of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli). This document is, in particular, applicable to bacteria and fungi. Some clauses can be applicable to other (micro)organisms, to be determined on a case-by-case basis. Validation studies in accordance with this document are primarily intended to be performed by organizations or expert laboratories involved in method validation, but can also be used by a single laboratory, especially when performing in-house validation under certain conditions (see ISO 16140-4).
This document specifies a method for the characterization of evolved gas components in single-wall carbon nanotube (SWCNT) samples using evolved gas analysis/gas chromatograph mass spectrometry (EGA/GCMS). NOTE Some difference could appear between qualitative and quantitative results of emitted gas and gas content in the sample due to the heating and the possible presence of catalysts.
This document specifies a method for determining the environmental stress cracking (ESC) resistance of polyethylene (PE) materials in a defined test environment. The test is carried out on notched test specimens machined from moulded sheets/specimens or from finished products. The test specimen is subjected to a static tensile load when immersed into an environment such as a surfactant solution held at a specified temperature. The time to failure is measured. The method has been specifically developed for polyethylene materials but can be used to evaluate PE products, such as pipes, fusion welds/fittings and blow-moulded PE containers to study the effect of aggressive environments, i.e. dangerous goods and chemicals. The method is suitable for use with test specimens moulded to chosen dimensions or machined from compression moulded sheets or injection moulded specimens, or from finished products, such as mouldings and pipes. When the test specimens are machined from extruded or moulded parts, the results can be affected not only by properties of the material, but also by stresses or orientation introduced during processing.
This document provides recommendations and requirements on the handling, storage, processing and documentation of venous whole blood specimens intended for circulating cell free DNA (ccfDNA) examination during the pre-examination phase before an analytical test is performed. This document covers specimens collected in venous whole blood collection tubes. This document is applicable to any molecular in vitro diagnostic examination performed by medical laboratories. It is also intended to be used by laboratory customers, in vitro diagnostics developers and manufacturers, biobanks, institutions and commercial organizations performing biomedical research, and regulatory authorities. Different dedicated measures are taken for stabilizing blood genomic DNA, which are not described in this document. Blood genomic DNA is covered in ISO 20186-2. Different dedicated measures are taken for preserving DNA in circulating exosomes, which are not described in this document. NOTE ccfDNA obtained from blood by the procedures cited in this document can contain DNA originally present in exosomes. DNA in pathogens present in blood is not covered by this document.
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