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test method

The technical procedures and actions that are required to determine whether or not a particular product conforms with a relevant standard.
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EURL ECVAM coordinates the in vitro test method transfer to EU-NETVAL for assessment in a GLP environment.
Test method validation (TMV) is the documented process of ensuring a test method is suitable for its intended use.
TABLE 1 Methods and Tools Analysis Purpose QbD Approach Speed Up Method Development and Reduce Risk Design of Experiments using Method Development including Screening and Optimization Creation of Test Design Space Experiments Gage Repeatability and Improve Measurement Quality Reproducibility Studies Method Robustness Studies Create Methods Robust to Small Variations in How the Method is Used Blind Control Sample Continued Verification of Method Repeatability and Reproducibility Over Time Process Variation Studies Assess Process Variation to Determine the Relative Contributions of the manufacturing process, sampling Procedure and Test Method to the Observed Process Variation 28
com)-- In late 2013, a revision to BS EN 1304 Clay Roofing Tiles for Discontinuous Laying, product standard was published incorporating reference to the revised BS EN 539-2 Test for Frost Resistance, test method standard.
Among specific topics are preparing thick adherend shear test specimens, quasi-testing bulk compression on flat specimens, the pin-and-collar test method, the compact mixed mode fracture test method, testing adhesive bonds under peel and shear loads at increased velocities, and measuring time-dependent crack growth.
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A proposed new ASTM International test method will combine existing in-house methods for dirt pick-up resistance for architectural paints and stains in an effort to standardize testing for dirt repellency throughout the industry.
Test method for isothermal-exposure oxidation testing under high-temperature corrosion conditions for metallic materials.
Ozone testing is an accelerated test method used primarily for evaluating the resistance of rubber products to cracking during service life.
The test method must also be shown to be reproducible in different laboratories.
The new methods include an in-vitro test method that reduces the number of animals, especially rabbits, used in testing chemicals for skin irritation.
ASTM approval and standardization of this test method helps processors who use it for quality control, especially if they ever become involved in product-liability issues.