PD ISO/TR 23605:2009

PD ISO/TR 23605:2009

Technical product specification (TPS). Application guidance. International model for national implementation

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : February 2010 Replaced By : PD ISO/TR 23605:2018

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PD ISO/TR 23605:2009 Technical product specification (TPS). Application guidance. International model for national implementation

PD ISO/TR 23605 describes the results of the inter-laboratory testing of the chemical analysis of cement by x-ray fluorescence. In the first instance, the inter-laboratory testing was carried out in Japan and in Asian countries in accordance with JIS R 5204:2002. A total of 30 laboratories, 16 in Japan and 14 outside Japan, participated in the original testing programme. A further 12 European laboratories participated in tests with the same materials in 2005 in accordance with EN 196-2, a development by CEN/TC 51/WG 15/TG 1 of JIS R 5204.

The loss on ignition is also determined.

The ISO round robin is a method-performance study conducted under close to optimum conditions with clear calibration and measurement guidelines. This is conducive to producing “best practice” values representative of the ideal situation.

BS ISO 29581-2 is intended for use under everyday conditions in laboratories that operate to “good practice”. Annex D sets out the results of some international round robins carried out by a large number of laboratories demonstrating the suitability of BS ISO 29581-2 as a means for comparing the everyday performance of laboratories.

Contents of PD ISO/TR 23605:

Foreword
Introduction
1 Scope
2 Test methods
2.1 General arrangements
2.2 Test method and constituents to be determined
3 Samples
3.1 Test samples
3.2 Calibration standards
3.3 Validation materials
3.4 Participating laboratories
4 Method for analysis of results
4.1 Statistics
4.2 Definition of Q-laboratories
5 Results and considerations
5.1 Laboratory number
5.2 Validation results for all laboratories
5.3 Test results of Q-laboratories
6 Conclusions
6.1 Result of test sample analyses
6.2 Factors affecting conformity with the validation criteria
6.3 Application to other international inter-laboratory testing
Annex A (informative) List of participating laboratories
Annex B (informative) Individual results of all laboratories
Annex C (informative) Questionnaire results
Annex D (informative) Other international inter-laboratory round-robin analyses of cement
Annex E (informative) Acknowledgements
Bibliography




Standard NumberPD ISO/TR 23605:2009
TitleTechnical product specification (TPS). Application guidance. International model for national implementation
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date28 February 2010
Withdrawn Date04 May 2018
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 10209-2, ISO 10209-1, ISO 14660-1
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 31-0:1992, ISO 5456-1, ISO/TR 14638
Replaced ByPD ISO/TR 23605:2018
International RelationshipsISO/TR 23605:2009
DescriptorsTechnical writing, Engineering drawings, Standardization, Dimensional tolerances, Documents, Mechanical components, Product specification, Specifications, Technical documents, Graphic symbols, Technical drawing, Geometric surfaces, Design, Symbols, Dimensions, Graphic representation
ICS01.100.01
Title in FrenchSpécification technique de produits (TPS). Lignes directrices d'application. Modèle international pour mises en oeuvre nationales
CommitteeTPR/1
ISBN978 0 580 66211 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages34
File Size474 KB
Price£214.00


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