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IEC 60605-3-5:1996 - Equipment reliability testing - Part 3: Preferred test conditions - Section 5: Test cycle 5: Ground mobile equipment - Low degree of simulation
March 28, 1996 - IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission

Applies to direct current (d.c.) powered mobile equipment. The equipment is operated while being transported, for example in or on a vehicle but does not form part of the vehicle, and is not designed to be installed permanently in a vehicle. The equipment experiences general open-air...

IEC 60605-6:2007 - Equipment reliability testing - Part 6: Tests for the validity and estimation of the constant failure rate and constant failure intensity
May 15, 2007 - IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission

Specifies procedures to verify the assumption of a constant failure rate or constant failure intensity as defined in IEC 60050(191). These procedures are applicable whenever it is necessary to verify these assumptions. This may be due to a requirement or for the purpose of assessing the behaviour...

IEC 61164:1995 - Reliability growth - Statistical test and estimation methods
June 27, 1995 - IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission

This standard gives models and numerical methods for reliability growth assessments based on failure data from a single system which were generated in a reliability improvement programme.

IEC 60605-3-2:1986 - Equipment reliability testing. Part 3: Preferred test conditions. Equipment for stationary use in weatherprotected locations - High degree of simulation
September 30, 1986 - IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission

Applies to equipment for stationary use in weatherprotected locations and in temperate climates. Contains preferred test conditions given in IEC 605-1.

IEC 60605-4:2001 - Equipment reliability testing - Part 4: Statistical procedures for exponential distribution - Point estimates, confidence intervals, prediction intervals and tolerance intervals
August 14, 2001 - IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission

Provides statistical methods for evaluating point estimates, confidence intervals, prediction intervals and tolerance intervals for the failure rate of items whose time to failure follows an exponential distribution.

IEC 60605-6:1997 - Equipment reliability testing - Part 6: Tests for the validity of the constant failure rate or constant failure intensity assumptions
April 23, 1997 - IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission

Specifies procedures to verify the assumption of a constant failure rate or constant failure intensity as defined in IEC 60050(191). These procedures are applicable whenever it is necessary to verify these assumptions. This may be due to a requirement or for the purpose of assessing the behaviour...

IEC 60605-3-6:1996 - Equipment reliability testing - Part 3: Preferred test conditions - Section 6: Test cycle 6: Outdoor transportable equipment - Low degree of simulation
August 30, 1996 - IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission

Applies to outdoor transportable equipment operating only while in a stationary position in a climate belonging to the group of climates described as "warm temperate" in IEC 60721-2-1. The degree of simulation is low.

IEC 60605-6:1986/AMD1:1989/COR1:1989 - Corrigendum 1 - Amendment 1 - Equipment reliability testing - Part 6: Test for the validity of a constant failure rate assumption
December 1, 1989 - IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission
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IEC 60605-6:1986/AMD1:1989 - Amendment 1 - Equipment reliability testing. Part 6: Test for the validity of a constant failure rate assumption.
August 15, 1989 - IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission
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ASTM F2250-13(2018) - Standard Practice for Evaluation of Chemical Resistance of Printed Inks and Coatings on Flexible Packaging Materials
September 1, 2018 - ASTM International

1.1 This practice describes the procedure for evaluating the ability of an ink, overprint varnish or coating to withstand chemical exposure. Typical chemicals, which may come in contact with the package, include water, alcohol, acid, etc. The specific chemical and method of choice as...

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