BS EN ISO 14916:2017

Thermal spraying. Determination of tensile adhesive strength

Published by: 2017-03-31 / 2017-03-31 / 38 pages
BS EN ISO 14916:2017 specifies the procedure to determine the tensile adhesive strength of thermally sprayed
coatings under tension in the direction normal to the surface of the coating by applying a tensile test.
By using this procedure, comparability of the test results is ensured.

The test is intended to determine the tensile adhesive strength between the thermally sprayed coating
and the substrate material or between the bond and top coat and/or of the cohesive strength of the
related coat of the coating system. In some cases, thermally sprayed coatings might have more than two
layers. The method specified in this document applies also to determine the tensile adhesive strength
between the interfaces of different layers in a coating system which consists of more than two layers.

This test is sufficient to compare coatings manufactured using same or similar feedstock materials and
thermal spray processes with each other. The tensile adhesive strength test is not intended to provide
absolute values for evaluation of the durability of coatings under operational use.

The test is used to assess the influence of substrate preparation, the spraying conditions and the process
parameter on the tensile adhesive strength of thermally sprayed coatings. It can also be employed in
order to monitor the consistency of the manufacturing and spraying processes.

NOTE This tensile test can also be applied to very thin coatings. Moreover, the infiltration of bonding
agent into the thermally sprayed coatings containing a required level of porosity can be minimized using an
appropriate bonding agent (foil rather than liquid). For further instructions, please refer to 6.5.3. This tensile
test is inappropriate for determining the adhesive strength of fused spray coatings deposited using self-fluxing
alloys due to their inherent high adhesion strength values.

Cross References:
ISO 7500-1
ISO 14917
EN 13507
ISO 8501-1
ISO 8503-1
ISO 13779-4
ISO 14924
ASTM C633-13
EN 13144

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SAE AMS4782G

Nickel Alloy, Brazing Filler Metal 71Ni – 10Si – 19Cr 1975 DEGREES F (1080 DEGREES C) Solidus, 2075 DEGREES F (1135 DEGREES C) Liquidus

Published by: 2017-03-28 / 2017-03-28 / 5 pages
SAE AMS4782G covers a nickel alloy in the form of wire, rod, strip, foil, and powder and a viscous mixture (paste) of the powder in a suitable binder.

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AS 1289.3.1.2-2009 (R2017)

Methods of testing soils for engineering purposes – Soil classification tests – Determination of the liquid limit of a soil – One point Casagrande method (subsidiary method)

Published by: 2009-01-01 / 2009-01-01 / 12 pages
AS 1289.3.1.2-2009 (R2017) sets out a method for determining the liquid limit of a soil, (that is, the
moisture content at which a soil passes from the plastic to the liquid state). The method is a
rapid method since it involves taking only one measurement of the moisture content. This
method is applicable only to cohesive fine-grained soils. The method may also be used on a
sample of soil in its natural state.

NOTE: If it is suspected that the liquid limit is above 120%, the Standard procedure of
AS 1289.3.1.1 will apply.

RECONFIRMATION NOTICE
Technical Committee CE-009 has reviewed the content of this publication and in accordance with Standards Australia procedures for reconfirmation, it has been determined that the publication is still valid and does not require change.
Certain documents referenced in the publication may have been amended since the original date of publication. Users are advised to ensure that they are using the latest versions of such documents as appropriate, unless advised otherwise in this Reconfirmation Notice.
Approved for reconfirmation in accordance with Standards Australia procedures for reconfirmation on 20 January 2017.
The following are represented on Technical Committee CE-009:
Association of Geotechnical Testing Authorities (Qld)
Australian Building Codes Board
Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Australian Geomechanics Society
Australian Stabilisation Industry Association
AUSTROADS
Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia – Aggregates
Engineering & Construction Laboratories Association
Engineers Australia
National Association of Testing Authorities Australia
The University of Melbourne
The University of Sydney
Victorian Construction Materials Laboratories Association

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AS 1391-2007 (R2017)

Metallic materials – Tensile testing at ambient temperature

Published by: 2007-01-01 / 2007-01-01 / 68 pages
Specifies methods by which a test piece of metal is strained in uni-axial tension at room temperature in order to determine one or more of its tensile properties.

RECONFIRMATION NOTICE
Technical Committee MT-009 has reviewed the content of this publication and in accordance with Standards Australia procedures for reconfirmation, it has been determined that the publication is still valid and does not require change.
Certain documents referenced in the publication may have been amended since the original date of publication. Users are advised to ensure that they are using the latest versions of such documents as appropriate, unless advised otherwise in this Reconfirmation Notice.
Approved for reconfirmation in accordance with Standards Australia procedures for reconfirmation on 20 March 2017.
The following are represented on Technical Committee MT-009:
Australasian Institute of Surface Finishing
Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Australian Industry Group
Australian Steel Institute
Bureau of Steel Manufacturers of Australia
Galvanizers Association of Australia
Galvanizing Association of New Zealand
New Zealand Metal Roofing Manufacturers

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ASTM D7258-17

Standard Specification for Polymeric Piles

Published by: 2017-03-01 / 2017-03-01 / 18 pages

1.1 This specification addresses the use of round and rectangular cross-section polymeric piles in axial and lateral load-bearing applications, including but not limited to marine, waterfront, and corrosive environments.

1.2 This specification is only applicable to individual polymeric pile products. Sheet pile and other mechanically connected polymeric pile products using inter-locking systems, are not part of this specification.

1.3 The piling products considered herein are characterized by the use of polymers, whereby (1) the pile strength or stiffness requires the inclusion of the polymer, or (2) a minimum of fifty percent (50 %) of the weight or volume is derived from the polymer. The type classifications of polymeric piles described in Section 4 show how they can be reinforced by composite design for increased stiffness or strength.

1.4 This specification covers polymeric piles fabricated from materials that are virgin, recycled, or both, as long as the finished product meets all of the criteria specified herein. Diverse types and combinations of inorganic filler systems are permitted in the manufacturing of polymeric piling products. Inorganic fillers include such materials as talc, mica, silica, wollastonite, calcium carbonate, etc. Pilings are often placed in service where they will be subjected to continuous damp or wet exposure conditions. Due to concerns of water sensitivity and possible affects on mechanical properties in such service conditions, organic fillers, including lignocellulosic materials such as those made or derived from wood, wood flour, flax shive, rice hulls, wheat straw, and combinations thereof, are not permitted in the manufacturing of polymeric piling products.

1.5 The values are stated in inch-pound units as these are currently the most common units used by the construction industry.

1.6 Polymeric piles under this specification are designed using design stresses determined in accordance with Test Methods D6108, D6109, and D6112 and procedures contained within this specification unless otherwise specified.

1.7 Although in some instances it will be an important component of the pile design, frictional properties are currently beyond the scope of this document.

1.8 Criteria for design are included as part of this specification for polymeric piles. Certain Types and sizes of polymeric piles will be better suited for some applications than others. Polymeric piles designed and manufactured under the different Type classifications as defined within this specification will, as a whole, exhibit a wide-range of mechanical properties. For example, a 10-in. diameter Type II, chopped glass fiber reinforced high-density polyethylene (HDPE) pile will likely have an apparent stiffness much different than a 10-in. diameter Type V, glass fiber reinforced composite tube filled with concrete. Similarly, the ultimate moment capacity of these two example piles will also likely be significantly different from each other. Use of a licensed Professional Engineer is, therefore, highly recommended for designing and selecting polymeric piles in accordance with this specification.

1.9 This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

Note 1: There is no known ISO equivalent to this specification.

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AS 4883:2017

Air valves for sewerage

Published by: 2017-01-01 / 2017-01-01 / 40 pages
This Standard provides material requirements and performance tests for air valves in wastewater systems, together with default conformance requirements for use by manufacturers and certification bodies.

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SCTE 24-10 2016

IPCablecom Part 10: Security Specification

Published by: 2016-01-01 / 2016-01-01 / 272 pages
The scope of this document is to define the IPCablecom Security architecture, protocols, algorithms, associated functional requirements and any technological requirements that can provide for the security of the system for the IPCablecom network. Authentication, access control, signaling and media content integrity, confidentiality, and non-repudiation security services must be provided as defined herein for each of the network element interfaces.

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