PD ISO/TR 11954:2008
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PD ISO/TR 11954:2008

Fuel cell road vehicles. Maximum speed measurement

Status : Current   Published : March 2010

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PD ISO/TR 11954:2008 Fuel cell road vehicles. Maximum speed measurement

PD ISO/TR 11954 is a Technical Report that describes test procedures for measuring the maximum road speed of fuel cell passenger cars and light duty trucks which use compressed hydrogen and which are not externally chargeable, in accordance with national or regional standards or legal requirements.

Contents of PD ISO/TR 11954:

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Descriptions
Atmospheric conditions
Bibliography




Standard NumberPD ISO/TR 11954:2008
TitleFuel cell road vehicles. Maximum speed measurement
StatusCurrent
Publication Date31 March 2010
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)UNECE Regulation 68 Amendment 1, ISO 8715, UNECE Regulation 68, ISO/TS 14687-2
International RelationshipsISO/TR 11954:2008
DescriptorsHybrid vehicles, Road vehicles, Electric cells, Test equipment, Passenger road vehicles, Electrically-operated devices, Commercial road vehicles, Hydrogen, Fuel cells, Velocity measurement, Maximum, Compressed gases
ICS43.120
Title in FrenchVéhicules routiers à pile à combustible. Mesure de la vitesse maximale
CommitteePEL/69
ISBN978 0 580 64931 8
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages14
File Size845 KB
Price£112.00


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