BS EN ISO 16526-1:2020 - Non-destructive testing. Measurement and evaluation of the X-ray tube voltage. Voltage divider method

BS EN ISO 16526-1:2020

Non-destructive testing. Measurement and evaluation of the X-ray tube voltage. Voltage divider method

Status : Under review, Current   Published : March 2020

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Standard NumberBS EN ISO 16526-1:2020
TitleNon-destructive testing. Measurement and evaluation of the X-ray tube voltage. Voltage divider method
StatusUnder review, Current
Publication Date19 March 2020
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ReplacesBS EN 12544-2:2000, BS EN 12544-3:1999, BS EN 12544-1:1999
International RelationshipsISO 16526-1:2011,EN ISO 16526-1:2020
DescriptorsTest equipment, Voltage, Voltage measurement, Voltage dividers, Radiographic testing, X-ray tubes, Non-destructive testing, X-ray apparatus, Precision, Electrical measuring instruments, High voltage
ICS19.100
Title in FrenchEssais non destructifs. Mesurage et évaluation de la tension des tubes radiogènes Méthode par diviseur de tension
Title in GermanZerstörungsfreie Prüfung. Messung und Auswertung der Röntgenröhrenspannung SpannungsteilerVerfahren
CommitteeWEE/46/5
ISBN978 0 539 05821 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages12
File Size943 KB
Price£112.00


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