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ISO 11424:2017

Rubber hoses and tubing for air and vacuum systems for internal-combustion engines – Specification

Published by: 2017-03-01 / 2017-03-01 / 18 pages
ISO 1945370 specifies requirements for rubber hoses and tubing for use in the various air and vacuum systems found on internal combustion engines. This document does not cover hoses used for direct power-brake actuation in trucks and trailers, nor for air intakes and ducting within the passenger compartment. The highest-temperature hoses are generally used for turbocharger applications. All hoses and tubing remain serviceable down to -40°C.

NOTE Although the term vacuum is generally used, in reality the application is one of reduced air pressure used for the purposes of actuation or monitoring of the various engine-system components. The air carried by the tubing or hoses may be clean and free of contaminants but may also contain oil, fuel and their vapours as contamination, due to the particular installation and application.

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ISO 25237:2017

Health informatics – Pseudonymization

Published by: 2017-01-01 / 2017-01-01 / 70 pages

ISO 25237:2017 contains principles and requirements for privacy protection using pseudonymization services for the protection of personal health information. This document is applicable to organizations who wish to undertake pseudonymization processes for themselves or to organizations who make a claim of trustworthiness for operations engaged in pseudonymization services.

ISO 25237:2017

– defines one basic concept for pseudonymization (see Clause 5),

– defines one basic methodology for pseudonymization services including organizational, as well as technical aspects (see Clause 6),

– specifies a policy framework and minimal requirements for controlled re-identification (see Clause 7),

– gives an overview of different use cases for pseudonymization that can be both reversible and irreversible (see Annex A),

– gives a guide to risk assessment for re-identification (see Annex B),

– provides an example of a system that uses de-identification (see Annex C),

– provides informative requirements to an interoperability to pseudonymization services (see Annex D), and

– specifies a policy framework and minimal requirements for trustworthy practices for the operations of a pseudonymization service (see Annex E).

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ISO 18400-105:2017

Soil quality – Sampling – Part 105: Packaging, transport, storage and preservation of samples

Published by: 2017-02-01 / 2017-02-01 / 18 pages

ISO 18400-105:2017 establishes general principles for packing, preservation, transport and delivery of samples of soil and related materials with an emphasis on requirements for when chemical analysis of the samples is required, but with the intention that the general procedures are to be adapted as appropriate when other forms of testing are required (e.g. biological testing, physical tests on disturbed or undisturbed samples). Special procedures for specific sampling purposes are given in other parts of ISO 18400 (see also 7.2).

ISO 18400-105:2017 is intended to be read in conjunction with ISO 18512.

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ISO/TR 2822-2:2017

Leather – Raw cattle hides and calf skins – Part 2: Guidelines for grading on the basis of mass

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

ISO/TR 2822-2:2017 provides guidelines for grading cattle hides and calf skins on the basis of mass. It lists the practices followed in those countries that produce cattle hides and calf skins.

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ISO 12233:2017

Photography – Electronic still picture imaging – Resolution and spatial frequency responses

Published by: 2017-01-01 / 2017-01-01 / 58 pages

ISO 12233:2017 specifies methods for measuring the resolution and the SFR of electronic still-picture cameras. It is applicable to the measurement of both monochrome and colour cameras which output digital data or analogue video signals.

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ISO 10303-209:2014

Industrial automation systems and integration – Product data representation and exchange – Part 209: Application protocol: Multidisciplinary analysis and design

Published by: 2014-01-01 / 2014-01-01

ISO 10303-209:2014 describes information for the multidisciplinary analysis and design of complex parts, including composites.

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ISO 18400-101:2017

Soil quality – Sampling – Part 101: Framework for the preparation and application of a sampling plan

Published by: 2017-02-01 / 2017-02-01 / 22 pages

ISO 18400-101:2017 specifies the procedural elements to be taken in the preparation and application of a sampling plan. The sampling plan describes among other things what laboratory samples are to be taken, how they are to be taken and from where they are to be taken, in order that the objectives of the investigation programme can be achieved. The principles or basic rules outlined in this document provide a framework that can be used to

– produce standardized sampling plans for use in more regular or routine circumstances,

– incorporate the specific requirements of national legislation, and

– design and develop a sampling plan for use on a case-by-case basis.

ISO 18400-101:2017 is applicable to sampling of soil and soil material, more specifically, e.g.

– soil in the landscape,

– soil stockpiles,

– potentially contaminated sites,

– agricultural soils,

– landfills, and

– forest soils.

Ultimately, the sampling plan provides the sampler with detailed instructions on how sampling should be carried out.

NOTE 1 There might be a need for more than one sampling plan to meet all the requirements of the investigation programme.

NOTE 2 It might sometimes be appropriate to divide a site or above-ground deposit (e.g. stockpile) into two or more zones and to develop separate sampling plans for each zone. For example, a (potentially) contaminated site might be zoned on the basis of past use, future use, topography or geology and an agricultural site on the basis of known or suspected soil types or use (pasture, type of crops, etc.).

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