chamber test

chamber test

[′chām·bər ‚test]
(engineering)
A fire test developed specifically for floor coverings that measures the speed and distance of the spread of flames under specified conditions.

chamber test

A fire test for floor coverings, developed by Underwriters’ Laboratories, Inc., in which speed and distance of flame spread are measured.
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However, results from the rain chamber test method did not correlate with results from a standard ASTM laboratory mold test for the experimental biocide.
The realization of the development campaigns is made possible by the operation and maintenance of the necessary procedural infrastructure to supply the combustion chamber test facilities and is subject to the OU media supply, the ZVT.
Comparison of two small chamber test methods used to measure formaldehyde and VOC emission rates from particleboard and medium density fiberboard.
Typical applications include RFIC test, satellite payload test, thermal and vacuum chamber test, and test of multiport DUTs and phased arrays.
Comparison of models for describing measured VOC emissions from wood-based panels under dynamic chamber test condition.
CPSC - Staff Preliminary Evaluation of Drywall Chamber Test Results - Reactive Sulfur Gases - http://www.
The validation of a VOC diffusion sink model based on full-scale chamber test (RP-1321).
The full-scale chamber test included three test periods as shown in Figure 6.
military standard that emphasizes tailoring an equipment's environmental design and test limits and establishing chamber test methods that replicate the effects of different environments on the equipment.
Testing conditions were derived in accordance with the most relevant tests from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the International Engineering Consortium (IEC), and involved high temperature storage in the dark at 65xC, climate chamber test at 65xC combined with 85% relative humidity and illumination under a solar simulator (one sun at 65xC).
The coatings are applied on panels and subjected to a 90-day gas-tight chamber test, which simulates the cargo tank environment in loaded and unloaded condition, and a 180-day immersion test, which simulates conditions in a loaded crude oil tank.