2 edition of ASTM standards on precision and accuracy for various applications found in the catalog.
Reprinted from the Annual book of ASTM standards.Includes bibliographical references
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|Pagination||xvi, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
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1 Deleted Section 5 and renumbered subsequent sections. Responsibility for the Form and Style for ASTM Standards is vested in the Board of Directors. NOTE D1—Primary sections of a supplementary requirement, an annex, or an appendix are numbered the same as a secondary section of the main standard with two-part numbers ; secondary and ternary sections of a supplementary requirement, an annex, or an appendix are, therefore, numbered the same as ternary and quaternary sections with three and four-part numbersrespectively, of the standard.
However, reliance on this convention can lead to false precision errors when accepting data from sources that do not obey it. 8 Statistical Data—For data that are treated statistically, follow the recommendations in the ASTM Manual on Presentation of Data and Control Chart Analysis MNL7.
100 Non-destructive testing UNSPSC Code UNSPSC Code 41114611 Hardness testers Referencing This Standard Link Here Link to Active This link will always route to the current Active version of the standard. Special instructions with respect to the legal aspects are included in and shall be followed in writing any standard.
Subheadings ASTM standards on precision and accuracy for various applications be used if they will help the organization of the material.
State the desired concentration if significant; then follow with instructions for preparation and standardization if requiredusing the imperative mood and concise descriptions. These include such matters as contractual items, caveat statements, patents, and fire standards. However, it should be noted that when the standard relates to the safety of persons, cost considerations are likely to become much less important than when attributes of materials or products are involved.
In such instances an introduction should be included immediately after the title of the test method but without a section number.
In some standards, optional test methods are included. This practice covers the requirements for a wide range of nano, micro, and macro see ISO 14577-1 indentation testing applications. 1Provide information about the field of application of the terminology. 2 Open-End Agreements—There shall be no statements in specifications that allow agreement between purchaser and supplier that do not meet the minimum requirements of the specification by such means as omitting tests that are a part of the specification, substituting or modifying a test method, or by changing the specification limits to be less restrictive.
4 Revisions were made to F3.