BS IEC 60692:1999 - Nuclear instrumentation. Density gauges utilizing ionizing radiation. Definitions and test methods

BS IEC 60692:1999

Nuclear instrumentation. Density gauges utilizing ionizing radiation. Definitions and test methods

Status : Current   Published : March 2000

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Lays down definitions, test methods and procedures for density gauges utilizing ionizing radiation designed for measuring the density of liquids, gas vapours, slurries or fluidized solids. The output signals from density gauges may be either analogue or digital.




Standard NumberBS IEC 60692:1999
TitleNuclear instrumentation. Density gauges utilizing ionizing radiation. Definitions and test methods
StatusCurrent
Publication Date15 March 2000
Confirm Date01 February 2014
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
International RelationshipsIEC 60692:1999
Draft Superseded By98/704642 DC
DescriptorsStability, Measurement characteristics, Error correction, Gases, Liquids, Measuring instruments, Ionizing radiation, Environment (working), Noise (spurious signals), Radiation measurement, Solids, Nuclear technology, Gauges, Testing conditions, Analogue signals, Digital signals, Environmental testing, Performance testing, Accuracy, Density measurement, Definitions
ICS17.060
17.240
Title in FrenchInstrumentation nucleaire. Densimetres a rayonnements ionisants. Definitions et methodes d'essai
Title in GermanStrahlungsmessgeraete. Dichtmesseinrichtungen, die mit ionisierender Strahlung arbeiten. Begriffe und Pruefverfahren
CommitteeNCE/2
ISBN0 580 35720 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages22
File Size265 KB
Price£130.00


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