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- AS 1012.1:2014 Methods of testing concrete - Sampling of concrete
This standard sets out the method for obtaining samples of freshly-mixed concrete a) directly from mixers; b) from agitator or non-agitator units; c) from concrete deposited in readiness for casting; and d) from concrete deposited in the forms.
Supersedes AS 1012.1-1993
- AS 1012.2:2014 Methods of testing concrete - Preparing concrete mixes in the laboratory
This standard sets out a method for the preparation of concrete mixes in the laboratory
Supersedes AS 1012.2-1994
- AS 1012.8.1:2014 Methods of testing concrete - Method for making and curing concrete - Compression and indirect tensile test specimens
Supersedes AS 1012.8.1-2000
- AS 1012.8.2:2014 Methods of testing concrete - Method for making and curing concrete - Flexure test specimens
Supersedes AS 1012.8.2-2000
- AS 1012.9:2014 Methods of testing concrete - Compressive strength tests - Concrete, mortar and grout specimens
This standard sets out the method for determining the compressive strength of concrete test specimens prepared in accordance with the provisions of AS 1012.8.1, AS 1012.8.3, AS 1012.14 or AS 1012.19.
Supersedes AS 1012.9-1999
- AS 1085.21:2014 Railway track material - Turnouts, switches and crossings
Specifies requirements for the design and manufacture of turnouts, switches and crossings and their components
- AS 4032.4:2014 Water supply - Valves for the control of heated water supply temperatures - Thermostatically controlled taps for the control of heated water supply temperatures
Specifies requirements for the design, construction, testing performance, and means of compliance for thermostatic mixing taps a) for use with heated water at a supply temperature not exceeding 90°C; b) for use with hot and cold water with working pressures not exceeding 1400 kPa; and c) of nominal sizes not larger than DN 20. When used for ablutionary purposes, thermostatic mixing taps complying with this standard provide the user with reasonable protection against scalding or excessive temperature fluctuations due to variations of pressures and temperatures of the hot and cold water supplies, including thermal shut-off.
- AS ISO 6469.1:2014 Electrically propelled road vehicles - Safety specifications - On-board rechargeable energy storage system (RESS)
Adopts ISO 6469-1:2009, which specifies requirements for the on-board rechargeable energy storage systems (RESS) of electrically propelled road vehicles, including battery-electric vehicles (BEVs), fuel-cell vehicles (FCVs) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), for the protection of persons inside and outside the vehicle and the vehicle environment. Flywheels are not included in the scope of this standard.
- AS ISO 6469.2:2014 Electrically propelled road vehicles - Safety specifications - Vehicle operational safety means and protection against failures
Adopts ISO 6469-2:2009, which specifies the requirements for operational safety means and protection against failures related to hazards specific to electrically propelled road vehicles, including battery-electric vehicles (BEVs), fuel-cell vehicles (FCVs) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), for the protection of persons inside and outside the vehicle and the vehicle environment.
- AS ISO 6469.3:2014 Electrically propelled road vehicles - Safety specifications - Protection of persons against electric shock
Adopts ISO 6469-3:2011, which specifies requirements for the electric propulsion systems and conductively connected auxiliary electric systems, if any, of electrically propelled road vehicles for the protection of persons inside and outside the vehicle against electric shock.
- SA TR ISO 8713:2014 Electrically propelled road vehicles – Vocabulary
Adopts ISO/TR 8713:2012, which establishes a vocabulary of terms and the related definitions used in ISO/TC 22/SC 21 standards.
- SA TR IEC 60783:2014 Wiring and connectors for electric road vehicles
Adopts IEC/TR 60783, Ed. 1.0 (1984), which provides general rules for all external wiring and connectors which are used for interconnecting the traction components and sub-systems. The rules will be applicable to the heavy current, the light current and the signal harnesses.
- AS IEC 61131.6:2014 Programmable controllers
- AS IEC 61851.23:2014 Electric vehicle conductive charging system - D.C. electric vehicle charging station
Adopts IEC 61851-23, Ed. 1.0 (2014), which together with IEC 61851-1, Ed. 2.0 (2010), gives the requirements for d.c. electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, herein also referred to as “DC charger”, for conductive connection to the vehicle, with an a.c. or d.c. input voltage up to 1 000 V a.c. and up to 1 500 V d.c. according to IEC 60038.
- AS IEC 61851.24:2014 Electric vehicle conductive charging system - Digital communication between a d.c. EV charging station and an electric vehicle for control of d.c. charging
- AS IEC 62196.2:2014 Plugs, socket-outlets, vehicle connectors and vehicle inlets - Conductive charging of electric vehicles - Dimensional compatibility and interchangeability requirements for a.c. pin and contact-tube accessories
Adopts IEC 62196-2, Ed. 1.0 (2011), which applies to plugs, socket-outlets, vehicle connectors and vehicle inlets with pins and contact-tubes of standardized configurations, herein referred to as accessories. They have a nominal rated operating voltage not exceeding 500 V a.c., 50 to 60 Hz, and a rated current not exceeding 63 A three-phase or 70 A single phase, for use in conductive charging of electric vehicles.
- SA TS 62763:2014 Pilot function through a control pilot circuit using PWM (pulse width modulation) and a control pilot wire
Adopts IEC/TS 62763, Ed. 1.0 (2013), which describes the pilot wire function designed as a control mechanism for the supply of electrical energy to electric vehicles, principally for the charging of the traction batteries of the vehicle. It concerns all charging systems that ensure the pilot function with a pilot wire circuit with PWM for mode 2, mode 3, and mode 4 charging as described in the IEC 61851 series.
- SA HB 116:2014 Modelling and Simulation - Framework of related standards
Provides a basic introduction on the importance of standards in the field of modelling and simulation. M&S standards of relevance to Australian industry, government organisations and academia are categorised and listed. The categories are presented within a framework to group standards into relevant topic areas. Guidance on the standards is given in an Appendix.
- SA HB 198:2014 Guide to the specification and testing of slip resistance of pedestrian surfaces
Provides guidance on the application of slip resistance standards, AS 4586—2013 and AS 4663—2013, and commentary on relevant parts of the National Construction Code (NCC).
- Amendment 3-2014 to AS 1799.1-2009 Small craft - General requirements for power boats
Superseded and withdrawn standards
- AS 1012.1-1993 Methods of testing concrete - Sampling of fresh concrete
Superseded by AS 1012.1:2014
- AS 1012.2-1994 Methods of testing concrete - Preparation of concrete mixes in the laboratory
Superseded by AS 1012.2:2014
- AS 1012.8.1-2000 Methods of testing concrete - Method for making and curing concrete - Compression and indirect tensile test specimens
Superseded by AS 1012.8.1:2014
- AS 1012.8.2-2000 Methods of testing concrete - Method for making and curing concrete - Flexure test specimens
Superseded by AS 1012.8.2:2014
- AS 1012.9-1999 Methods of testing concrete - Determination of the compressive strength of concrete specimens
Superseded by AS 1012.9:2014