LATEST, NEW & UPDATED STANDARDS IN THE FIELD OF ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING Written and compiled by Consultant David Richards Hon.FSEE, CEng, CEnv
There are a number of new standards and technical specifications encompassed within this issue. Of these, four are detailed below.
BS EN 50604-1 Secondary lithiumbatteries for light EV (electric vehicle) applications. General safety requirements and testmethods.
This standard specifies test procedures and provides acceptable safety requirements for removable lithium-ion battery packs, to be used as traction batteries for electrically propelled road vehicles. It applies to all battery systems intended to be used in conjunction with products or systems described in the IEC/TS 61851-3 series.
BS EN 16272-4 Railway applications. Track. Noise
Category Environmental Testing
BS EN ISO 13355 BS EN 50604-1 BS EN 16272-4
BS EN 61094 Climatic
BS EN ISO 3248 BS EN 16811
Shock and Vibration Electro-Magnetic
BS ISO 10815 BS ISO 16063-32
EN 61000-1-2 IEC 61000-6
BS EN ISO 5667-14 BS ISO 19679
BS EN 60904-3 PD IEC/TS 61400-26-3 IEC 61853-2
IEC 62788-1-4 Miscellaneous
BS EN ISO 6508-1 BS EN 16714
barriers and related devices acting on airborne sound propagation.
This standard describes a testmethod for determining the intrinsic characteristics of sound diffraction of added devices installed on the top of railway noise barriers. The testmethod is intended foruse in a number of applications. The testmethod can be applied both in situ and on samples purposely built to be tested.
BS ISO 19679 Plastics. Determination of aerobic biodegradation of non-floating plasticmaterials in a seawater/sediment interface.
This standard specifies a testmethod to determine the degree and rate of aerobic biodegradation of plastic
Packaging. Complete, filled transport packages and unit loads. Vertical randomvibration test. Secondary lithiumbatteries for light EV (electric vehicle) applications. General safety requirements and testmethods.
Railway applications. Track. Noise barriers and related devices acting on airborne sound propagation. Testmethod for determining the acoustic performance. Intrinsic characteristics. In situ values of sound diffraction under direct sound field.
asurementmicrophones. -3 Primarymethod for free-field calibration of laboratory standardmicrophones by the reciprocity technique. -5Methods for pressure calibration of working standardmicrophones by comparison.
Paints and varnishes. Determination of the effect of heat.
Winter service equipment and products. De-icing agents. -1 Sodiumchloride. Requirements and testmethods. -2 Calciumchloride andMagnesiumchloride. Requirements and testmethods.
asurement of vibration generated internally in railway tunnels by the passage of trains.
Methods for the calibration of vibration and shock transducers. Resonance testing. Testing the frequency and the phase response of accelerometers bymeans of shock excitation.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). General.Me
thodology for the achievement of functional safety of electrical and electronic systems including equipment with regard to electromagnetic phenomena.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Generic standards. -1 Immunity standard for residential, commercial and light-industrial environments -2 Immunity standard for industrial environments
Water quality. Sampling. Guidance on quality assurance and quality control of environmental water sampling and handling.
Plastics. Determination of aerobic biodegradation of non-floating plasticmaterials in a seawater/sediment interface.Me
thod by analysis of evolved carbon dioxide. Photovoltaic devices.Me
asurement principles for terrestrial photovoltaic (PV) solar devices with reference spectral irradiance data. Wind energy generation systems. Availability for wind power stations
Photovoltaic (PV)module performance testing and energy rating. Spectral responsivity, incidence angle andmodule operating temperaturemeasurements.
Measurement procedures formaterials used in photovoltaicmodules. Encapsulants.Me
asurement of optical transmittance and calculation of the solar-weighted photon transmittance, yellowness index, and UV cut-off wavelength. Metallicmaterials. Rockwell hardness test. TestMethod.
Non-destructive testing. Thermographic testing. -1 General principles -2 Equipment -3 Terms and definitions
NewWork Items In order to givemembers the opportunity to take part in the setting of standards, the following are recently announced new standards work, along with the relevant BSI committee (in brackets).
ISO 14007 ISO 14008
ISO 14016 ISO 14033 ISO 14044 ISO 17373
CEN/TR 17801 CEN/TR 18486
ISO 19453-6 ISO 21782
Mechanical vibration. Evaluation ofmachine vibration bymeasurements on non-rotating parts. Reciprocating compressor systems. (GME/21/5)
Environmentalmanagement. Determining environmental costs and benefits. Guidance. (SES/1/1)
Monetary valuation of environmental impacts fromspecific emissions and use of natural resources. Principles, requirements and guidelines. (SES/1/1) Environmentalmanagement. Guidelines on verification and validation of the environmental component of sustainability reports. (SES/1/2) Environmentalmanagement. Quantitative environmental information. Guidelines and examples. (SES/1/4) Environmentalmanagement. Life cycle assessment. Requirements and guidelines. (SES/1/5)
Road vehicles. Sled test procedure for evaluating occupant head and neck interactions with seat/head restraint designs in low-speed rear-end impact. (AUE/7) Plastics. Standard table for reference global solar spectral irradiance at sea level. Horizontal, relative airmass 1. (PRI/21)
Plastics. Parameters comparing the spectral irradiance of a laboratory light source for weathering applications to a reference solar spectral irradiance. (PRI/21)
Road vehicles. Environmental conditions and testing for electrical and electronic equipment for drive systemof electric propulsion vehicles. Traction battery packs and systems. (AUE/32)
Electrically propelled road vehicles. Test specification for components for electric propulsion. -3 Testing performance ofmotor and inverter. (PEL/69) -6 Testing reliability ofmotor and inverter. (PEL/69)
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materials when settled onmarine sandy sediment at the interface between seawater and the seafloor, by measuring the evolved carbon dioxide. This testmethod is a simulation under laboratory conditions of the habitat found in different seawater/sediment-areas in the sea.
PD IEC/TS 61400-26-3Wind energy generation systems. Availability for wind power stations.
This technical specification provides a common basis for exchange of information on performance indicators between stakeholders in thewind power generation business. The technical specification defines generic terms ofwind turbine systems and environmental constraints in describing systemavailability, lifetime expectancy, repairs and criteria for determining overhaul intervals.
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