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This document describes the specific ‘Design for PRM use’ requirements applying to both infrastructure and rolling stock and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this document:
— The definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM use’ required by persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility as defined in the PRM TSI.
— This document defines elements that are universally valid for board-free travelling including lighting, contrast, tactile feedback, transmission of visual and acoustic information. The definitions and requirements of this document cover the infrastructure and rolling stock applications.
— This document only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers; it does not define non-PRM related requirements and definitions.
— This document assumes that the infrastructure or rolling stock is in its defined operating condition.
— Where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements.
— This document is not specifically intended for Urban Rail, however these standards or clauses from these standards can be adopted by Urban Rail projects should they choose to do so.
The ‘General requirements’ standard is written in three parts:
— This document is Part 1 and contains
— Contrast
— Part 2 contains
— Spoken information
— Written information
— Tactile information
— Pictograms
— Audible signals
— Part 3 contains
— Lighting
— Low reflective properties
— Transparent obstacles
— Slip resistance

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This document describes the specific ‘Design for PRM use’ requirements applying to both infrastructure and rolling stock and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this document:
— The definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM use’ required by persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility as defined in the PRM TSI.
— This document defines elements that are universally valid for obstacle-free travelling including lighting, contrast, tactile feedback, transmission of visual and acoustic information. The definitions and requirements of this document cover the infrastructure and rolling stock applications.
— This document only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers; it does not define non-PRM related requirements and definitions.
— This document assumes that the infrastructure or rolling stock is in its defined operating condition.
— Where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements.
— This document is not specifically intended for Urban Rail, however these standards or clauses from these standards can be adopted by Urban Rail projects should they choose to do so.
The ‘General requirements’ standard is written in three parts:
— Part 1 contains
— Contrast
— This document is Part 2 and contains
— Spoken information
— Written information
— Tactile information
— Pictograms
— Audible signals
— Part 3 contains
— Lighting
— Low reflective properties
— Transparent obstacles
— Slip resistance

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This document describes the specific ‘Design for PRM use’ requirements applying to both infrastructure and rolling stock and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this document:
— The definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM use’ required by persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility as defined in the PRM TSI.
— This document defines elements that are universally valid for obstacle-free travelling including lighting, contrast, tactile feedback, transmission of visual and acoustic information. The definitions and requirements of this document cover the infrastructure and rolling stock applications.
— This document only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers; it does not define non-PRM related requirements and definitions.
— This document assumes that the infrastructure or rolling stock is in its defined operating condition.
— Where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements.
— This document is not specifically intended for Urban Rail, however these standards or clauses from these standards can be adopted by Urban Rail projects should they choose to do so.
The ‘General requirements’ standard is written in three parts:
— Part 1 contains
— Contrast
— Part 2 contains
— Spoken information
— Written information
— Tactile information
— Pictograms
— Audible signals
— This document is Part 3 and contains
— Lighting
— Low reflective properties
— Transparent obstacles
— Slip resistance

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This document describes the specific ‘Design for PRM use’ requirements applying to rolling stock and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this document:
— The definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM use’ required by persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility as defined in the PRM TSI
— This document defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle-free travelling including toilets, elements for sitting, standing and moving and clearways and internal doors. The definitions and requirements of this document are to be used for rolling stock applications
— This document only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers; it does not define non-PRM related requirements and definitions.
— This document assumes that the rolling stock is in its defined operating condition
— Where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements.
— This document is not specifically intended for Urban Rail, however these standards or clauses from these standards can be adopted by Urban Rail projects should they choose to do so.
The 'Equipment and Components' standard is written in three parts:
— This document is Part 1 and contains:
— Toilets
— Part 2 contains:
— Handholds
— Seats
— Wheelchair spaces
— Part 3 contains:
— Clearways
— Internal doors.

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This document describes the specific ‘Design for PRM use’ requirements applying to rolling stock and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this document:
— The definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM use’ required by persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility as defined in the PRM TSI
— This document defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle-free travelling including toilets, elements for sitting, standing and moving and clearways and internal doors. The definitions and requirements of this document are to be used for rolling stock applications
— This document only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers; It does not define general requirements and general definitions
— This document assumes that the rolling stock is in its defined operating condition
— Where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements
— This document is not specifically intended for Urban Rail, however these standards or clauses from these standards can be adopted by Urban Rail projects should they choose to do so
The 'Equipment and components' standard is written in three parts:
— Part 1 contains:
— toilets
— This document is Part 2 and contains:
— handholds
— seats
— wheelchair spaces
— Part 3 contains:
— clearways
— internal doors

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This document describes the specific ‘Design for PRM use’ requirements applying to rolling stock and the
assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this document:
— The definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM use’ required by
persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility as defined in the PRM TSI
— This document defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle-free travelling including
toilets, elements for sitting, standing and moving and clearways and internal doors. The definitions
and requirements of this standard are to be used for rolling stock applications
— This document only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers; it does not define non-PRM
related requirements and definitions.
— This document assumes that the rolling stock is in its defined operating condition.
— Where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements.
— This document is not specifically intended for Urban Rail, however these standards or clauses from
these standards can be adopted by Urban Rail projects should they choose to do so.
The 'Equipment and components' standard is written in three parts:
— Part 1 contains:
— Toilets
— Part 2 contains:
— Handholds
— Seats
— Wheelchair spaces
— This document is Part 3 and contains:
— Clearways
— Internal doors.

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This document describes the specific ‘Design for PRM use’ requirements applying to rolling stock and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this document:
— The definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM use’ required by persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility as defined in the PRM TSI.
— This document defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle-free travelling including steps for access and egress and boarding aids. The definitions and requirements of this document are to be used for rolling stock applications.
— This document only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers; it does not define non-PRM related requirements and definitions.
— This document assumes that the vehicle is in the defined operating condition.
— Where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements.
— This document is not specifically intended for Urban Rail, however these standards or clauses from these standards can be adopted by Urban Rail projects should they choose to do so.
The ‘Accessibility of persons with reduced mobility’ standard is written in two parts:
— This document is Part 1 and contains:
— Steps for access and egress
— Part 2 contains
— Boarding aids.

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This document describes the specific ‘Design for PRM use’ requirements applying to rolling stock and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this document:
— The definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM use’ required by persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility as defined in the PRM TSI.
— This document defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle-free travelling including toilets, elements for sitting, standing and moving and clearways and internal doors. The definitions and requirements of this document are to be used for rolling stock applications.
— This document only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers; it does not define non-PRM related requirements and definitions.
— This document assumes that the rolling stock is in its defined operating condition.
— Where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements.
— This document is not specifically intended for Urban Rail, however these standards or clauses from these standards can be adopted by Urban Rail projects should they choose to do so.
The ‘Accessibility of persons with reduced mobility’ standard is written in two parts:
— Part 1 contains:
— Steps for access and egress
— This document is Part 2 and contains:
— Boarding aids.

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This document describes the specific ‘Design for PRM use’ requirements applying to rolling stock and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this document:
— The definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM use’ required by persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility as defined in the PRM TSI.
— This document defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle-free travelling including toilets, elements for sitting, standing and moving and clearways and internal doors. The definitions and requirements of this standard are to be used for rolling stock applications.
— This document only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers; it does not define non-PRM related requirements and definitions.
— This document assumes that the rolling stock is in its defined operating condition.
— Where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements.
— This document is not specifically intended for Urban Rail, however these standards or clauses from these standards can be adopted by Urban Rail projects should they choose to do so.
This document contains requirements relating to 'Obstacle-free routes'.

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This document contains provisions for geotechnical engineering design that are applicable to a broad range of offshore structures, rather than to a particular structure type. This document outlines methods
developed for the design of shallow foundations with an embedded length (L) to diameter (D) ratio L/D < 0,5, intermediate foundations, which typically have 0,5 < L/D < 10 (Clause 7), and long and flexible pile foundations with L/D > 10 (Clauses 8 and 9).
This document also provides guidance on soil-structure interaction aspects for flowlines, risers and conductors (Clause 10) and anchors for floating facilities (Clause 11). This document contains brief guidance on site and soil characterization, and identification of hazards (Clause 6).
NOTE ISO 19901-8 and 19901-10 provide requirements and detailed guidance on these topics.
This document does not address aspects of soil mechanics and geotechnical engineering that apply equally to offshore and onshore structures.
Figure 1 set outs a high level typical workflow for design of offshore foundations with reference to other relevant ISO standards.

 

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This document specifies requirements and test methods for marketed and delivered high FAME (B20 and B30) diesel fuel for use in diesel engine vehicles designed or subsequently adapted to run on high FAME (B20 and B30) fuel. High FAME (B20 and B30) diesel fuel is a mixture of up to 20 % (V/V) in total and up to 30 % (V/V) in total respectively fatty acid methyl esters (commonly known as FAME) complying to EN 14214 and automotive diesel fuel complying to EN 590.
For maintenance and control reasons high FAME (B20 and B30) diesel fuel is to be used in captive fleets that are intended to have an appropriate fuel management (see Clause 4).
NOTE 1 This product is allowed in Europe [4], but national legislation can set additional requirements or rules concerning, or even prohibiting, marketing or delivering of the product.
NOTE 2 For the purposes of this document, the terms “% (m/m)” and “% (V/V)” are used to represent respectively the mass fraction and the volume fraction.
NOTE 3 In this document, A-deviations apply (see Annex A).

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This document specifies requirements on petrol fuel for use as fuel in small engines, together with the methods to be applied for testing these properties.
This document specifies requirements for two types of petrol fuel being low in aromatics and sulphur: one type for use in four-stroke engines with separate lubrication and one mixed petrol fuel type for use in mixture-lubricated engines.
Testing the properties of the added engine oil is out of the scope of this document.
NOTE For the purposes of this document, the terms “% (m/m)” and “% (V/V)” are used to represent respectively the mass fraction and the volume fraction.

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Ämnesområden: Flytande bränslen
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This document specifies a test method for the determination of the oxidation stability at 120 °C of fuels for diesel engines, by means of measuring the induction period of the fuel up to 20 h. The method is applicable to blends of FAME with petroleum-based diesel having a FAME content in the range between 2 % (V/V) and 50 % (V/V).
NOTE 1 An almost identical test method for oxidation stability at 110 °C is described in EN 15751 [1], which applies to pure FAME and diesel/FAME blends containing 2 % (V/V) of FAME at minimum. Other alternative test methods for the determination of the oxidation stability of distillate fuels are described in CEN/TR 17225 [3].
NOTE 2 The precision of this method was determined using samples with a maximum induction period of approximately 20 h. Higher induction periods are not covered by the precision statement; however, experience from EN 15751 indicates sufficient precision up to 48 h.
NOTE 3 The presence of cetane improver can reduce the oxidation stability determined by this test method. Limited studies with 2-ethyl hexyl nitrate (EHN) indicated that the stability is reduced to an extent which is within the reproducibility of the test method.
NOTE 4 For the purposes of this document, the term “% (V/V)” is used to represent the volume fraction.

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This document provides a method to calculate the GHG emissions from an LNG liquefaction plant, onshore or offshore.
NOTE 1 Equivalent methods will eventually be developed to cover all parts of the LNG chain.
The frame of this document starts from the inlet facilities of the LNG plant through to the offloading arms. The upstream supply of gas is only covered in general terms.
NOTE 2 Upstream, shipping, regasification and use will be covered in next standards to have the full chain covered.
This document covers all facilities associated with producing LNG, including reception facilities, condensate unit (where applicable), pre-treatment units (including but not limited to acid gas removal, dehydration, mercury removal), heavies removal, LPG extraction and fractionation (where applicable), liquefaction, LNG storage and loading, Boil-Off-Gas handling, flare and disposal systems, imported electricity or on-site power generation and other plant utilities and infrastructure (e.g. marine and transportation facilities).
This document also covers natural gas liquefaction facilities associated with producing other products (e.g., but not limited to domestic gas, condensate, LPG, sulphur, power export) to the extent required to allocate GHG emissions to the different products.
The LNG plant is considered “under operation”, including emissions associated with commissioning, initial start-up, maintenance, turnaround and restarts after maintenance or upset. The construction, extension and decommissioning phases are excluded.
This document covers all GHG emissions associated with producing LNG. These emissions spread across scope 1, scope 2 and scope 3 of the responsible organization. Scope 1, 2 and 3 are defined in this document. All emissions sources are covered including flaring, combustion, cold vents, process vents, fugitive leaks and emissions associated with imported energy.
The emissions resulting from boil-off gas management during loading of the ship or any export vehicle are covered. The emissions from a ship at berth are not covered (e.g., mast venting).
This document describes the allocation of GHG emissions to LNG and other hydrocarbon products where other products are produced (e.g., LPG, domestic gas, condensates, sulphur…).
This document defines preferred units of measurement and necessary conversions.
This document also recommends instrumentation and estimations methods to monitor and report GHG emissions. Some emissions are measured, and some are estimated.

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This document provides requirements for the design, design verification and validation, manufacturing and data control, performance ratings, functional evaluations, handling and storage of tubing-deployed electrical submersible pump (ESP) systems as defined herein. Additionally, this document provides requirements for assembled ESP system.
This document is applicable to those ESP related components meeting the definition of centrifugal pumps, including gas handling devices, discharge heads, seal chamber sections, intake systems, mechanical gas separators, induction motors (herein motor), shaft couplings, downhole power cables (herein power cables), motor lead extension, and pothead as defined herein. Components supplied under the requirements of this document exclude previously used subcomponents, except where the use of such subcomponents is as defined in this document (Clause 10).
This document includes normative annexes addressing design validation performance rating requirements by component, requirements for determining ratings as an assembled system, functional evaluation: single component and cable reference information.
This document includes informative annexes addressing functional evaluation guidelines for assembled ESP systems, establishing recommended operating range (ROR) of the ESP system, example user/purchaser ESP functional specification form, considerations for the use of 3-phase low and medium voltage adjustable speed drives for ESP applications, analysis after ESP use, downhole monitoring of ESP assembly operation and information on permanent magnet motors for ESP applications.
This document also includes a user guide that offers a high-level process workflow when applying this document.
Equipment not covered by this document includes: wireline and coiled tubing-deployed ESP systems, motor and pump shrouds, electric penetrators and feed-through systems, cable clamps and banding, centralizers, intake screens, passive gas separators, by-pass tools, check and bleeder valves, component adaptors, capillary lines, electric surface control equipment, downhole permanent magnet motors and non-conventionally configured ESP systems such as inverted systems. Repair and redress equipment requirements are not covered in this document.
NOTE The terminology used within this document is “ESP assembly” for a system of products combined into an operational machine, “component” for individual products such as, pumps or seal chamber sections, and “subcomponent” for individual parts or subassemblies that are used in the construction of an individual component.