Terminology Standard

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A Terminology Standard is a Technical Standard that formally establishes a domain-specific terminology.



References

2022

  • (Wikipedia, 2022) ⇒ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technical_standard#Types Retrieved:2022-3-25.
    • The primary types of technical standards are:
      • A standard specification is an explicit set of requirements for an item, material, component, system or service. It is often used to formalize the technical aspects of a procurement agreement or contract.[1] For example, there may be a specification for a turbine blade for a jet engine that defines the exact material and performance requirements.
      • A standard test method describes a definitive procedure that produces a test result. It may involve making a careful personal observation or conducting a highly technical measurement. For example, a physical property of a material is often affected by the precise method of testing: any reference to the property should therefore reference the test method used.
      • A standard practice or procedure gives a set of instructions for performing operations or functions. For example, there are detailed standard operating procedures for operation of a nuclear power plant.[2]
      • A standard guide is general information or options that do not require a specific course of action.
      • A standard definition is formally established terminology.
      • Standard units, in physics and applied mathematics, are commonly accepted measurements of physical quantities.

  1. "Standard Specifications". Oregon.gov. Oregon.gov. Retrieved 20 August 2015.
  2. "Operational Limits and Conditions and Operating Procedures for Nuclear Power Plants Safety Guide". International Atomic Energy Association. IAEA. Retrieved 20 August 2015.