emission standard

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emission standard

[i′mish·ən ‚stan·dərd]
(engineering)
The maximum legal quantity of pollutant permitted to be discharged from a single source.
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The implementation from September 2017 of the WLTP test cycle within the 28 member countries of the EU, and EFTA countries (Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein), represents the first legally binding use of the procedure.
pmax]), the ball slides reversely on the surface of the flat specimen and is then disengaged from the surface in the second half of the test cycle.
One segment is switched off and the other is turned on when the second test cycle is performed.
Following each test cycle, including this initial round of testing, the reports resulting from ICSA Labs Advanced Threat Defense Certification Testing are published on the ICSA Labs website.
This is where emissions are controlled more rigorously over the regulatory test cycle than the wider range of conditions found in practice, leading to far greater regulated emissions during real driving than the official figures suggest.
CRC also employed a test cycle designed specifically to stress the engine valve train.
Through its standard regulatory process, EPA said it will propose to implement the new "Forum-approved, Worldwide-harmonized Motorcycle Test Cycle," which incorporates "state-of-the-art" emissions testing technologies and "more accurately reflects current driving characteristics.
054 g--the equivalent of one drop of fuel--in a well-defined 24-hour test cycle.
The flexibility of Xilinx Platform FPGAs enabled Xilinx to complete the Ethernet MAC conformance testing with a surprisingly short test cycle," said Bob Noseworthy, 10 Gigabit Ethernet Consortium Manager at UNH IOL.
this standard single-pressure instrument--called the C-20 PLUS--includes the "Quik Test" to enable a shorter test cycle time by detecting obvious accept or reject parts early in the test cycle.
The number of test cycles and test cycle times are specified for the particular component.
It offers a Quik Test feature that enables a shorter test cycle time by detecting obvious accept or reject parts early in the test cycle to shorten the test cycle by as much as 80 percent.