acceptance criteria


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acceptance criteria

[ak′sep·təns krī′tēr·ē·ə]
(industrial engineering)
Standards of judging the acceptability of manufactured items.
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For additional information, access the ICC-ES Evaluation Report (ESR-3043), which describes the test methods used and the ICC-ES Acceptance Criteria (AC424).
If neither of these cases were true, then the upstream or downstream piping length was increased and the tests were repeated until one of the acceptance criteria were satisfied.
Failure to establish appropriate risk acceptance criteria for critical inputs is definitely a failure of both regulatory oversight and senior management--and it is one that places both patient and manufacturer in jeopardy.
API 1104 Appendix A requires that the girth weld not significantly undermateh the strength of the base pipe, which differs from the workmanship acceptance criteria.
Incorporating milestones into the acceptance criteria and tying them to important events, such as significant payments to the vendor, help to keep everyone's eyes on the goal.
Table 1: ICH Topic Q6 B (Specifications: test procedures and acceptance criteria for biotechnological/biological products) Appendix for Physiochemical Characterization Structural characterization and confirmation a) Amino acid sequence b) Amino acid composition c) Terminal amino acid sequence d) Peptide map e) Sulfhydryl groups and disulphide bridges f) Carbohydrate structure Physicochemical properties --Molecular weight or size --Isoform pattern --Extinction coefficient --Electrophoretic patterns --Liquid chromatographic patterns --Spectroscopic profiles
The California Division of State Architect (DSA), at the long-standing urging of APA, has finally published acceptance criteria for OSB use in California public schools and essential services facilities.
The importance of risk acceptance criteria research and the calculation principle for determining them are analyzed in according with the present state of art.
Seeing what it termed the need for industry-wide guidelines and criteria for accepting lead-free components in the face of uncertain technical risk, the group put together proposed recommendations that included tin whisker testing requirements and acceptance criteria for evaluating devices with tin finishes.
So the NRC decided it was "prudent for us to initiate a rule making for that, to codify acceptance criteria to make it clear" what is acceptable.
The tester must be integral to the five-member team so that the test or acceptance criteria for each spiral are allowed to evolve as the acquisition evolves.