Friday, December 16, 2011

ASNT NDT Handbook : Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Third Edition: Volume 1, Leak Testing (1998 ISBN: 1-57117-071-5) + Volume 2, Liquid Penetrant Testing (1999 ISBN: 1-57117-028-6) + Volume 3, Infrared and Thermal Testing (2001 ISBN: 1-57117-044-8) + Volume 4, Radiographic Testing (2002 ISBN: 1-57117-045-6) + Volume 5, Electromagnetic Testing (2004 ISBN: 1-57117-046-4 book 1-57117-116-9 CD-ROM) + Volume 6, Acoustic Emission Testing (2005 ISBN: 1-57117-106-1 book 1-57117-137-1 CD-ROM) + Volume 7, Ultrasonic Testing (2007) + Volume 8, Magnetic Testing (2008) + Volume 9, Visual Testing (2010) / American Society for Nondestructive Testing 2011 / 2012


Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Third Edition: Volume 1, Leak Testing (CD-ROM and book)
Author(s): Jackson, Charles N. Jr. (tech. ed.); Sherlock, Charles N. (tech. ed.); Moore, Patrick O. (ed.)
Publisher: ASNT
Year: 1998
Pages: 650
ISBN: 1-57117-071-5

Comprehensive discussion of industrial leak detection, including new text of infrared thermographic leak testing, storage tank testing, counterflow design and nonfluoro-carbon tracer gases. 650 pages, 81 tables, 315 equations, 317 illustrations, 82 photographs.

With companion CD-ROM — the classic printed volume digitally captured with these enhancements:
Color illustrations.
QuickTime video.
Powerful search function — every word of the book electronically indexed and available with the cross document text search feature.
Extensive linking to all points within the book.


Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Third Edition: Volume 2, Liquid Penetrant Testing (With CD-ROM)
Author(s): Tracy, Noel; Moore Patrick O.
Publisher: ASNT
Year: 1999
Pages: 505
ISBN: 1-57117-028-6



In this new edition of the classic NDT Handbook, extensive text has been added to cover new aerospace and oil field applications. The introduction includes new information on method history and metric units. The text has been updated to reflect environmentally motivated regulation of effluents, fluorocarbon fluids and aerosols. Hundreds of pages, hundreds of illustrations and tables. Glossary, index, extensive bibliography.

With companion CD-ROM — the classic printed volume digitally captured with these enhancements:
Color illustrations.
QuickTime video.
Powerful search function — every word of the book electronically indexed and available with the cross document text search feature.
Extensive linking to all points within the book.

Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Third Edition: Volume 3, Infrared and Thermal Testing (With CD-ROM)
Author(s): Maldague, Xavier P.V. (tech. ed.); Moore, Patrick O. (ed.).
Publisher: ASNT
Year: 2001
Pages: 730
ISBN: 1-57117-044-8



An infrared volume covering the theory and applications of this important method. Topics covered include personnel qualification, standards and 265 detailed pages of applications in various industries.

With companion CD-ROM — the classic printed volume digitally captured with these enhancements:
Color illustrations.
QuickTime video.
Powerful search function — every word of the book electronically indexed and available with the cross document text search feature.
Extensive linking to all points within the book.

Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Third Edition: Volume 4, Radiographic Testing (With CD-ROM)

Author(s): Bossi, Richard H.; Iddings, Frank A.; Wheeler, George C. (tech. eds.); Moore, Patrick O. (ed.)
Publisher: ASNT
Year: 2002
Pages: 703
ISBN: 1-57117-045-6



Covers theory and applications of industrial radiography. Topics include X-ray machines; isotope sources; personnel safety; standards and practices; computed tomography; image processing and image data analysis; electronic techniques (tomography, backscatter, digital imaging); high-energy, neutron and flash radiography; radiographic interpretation; radiography of castings and welds; aerospace, electric power, petroleum and chemical applications. 700 pages, more than 700 illustrations; 20-page glossary.

The CD-ROM features these enhancements:
• Color illustrations.
• QuickTime video.
• Powerful search function — every word of the book electronically indexed and available with the cross document text search feature.
• Extensive linking to all points within the book.

Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Third Edition: Volume 5, Electromagnetic Testing (with the NDT Handbook on CD-ROM)
Author(s): Udpa, Satish S. (technical editor); Moore, Patrick O. (editor)
Publisher: ASNT
Year: 2004
Pages: 536
ISBN: 1-57117-046-4 (book) 1-57117-116-9 (CD-ROM)



The third edition of the NDT Handbook on ET covers the latest developments in electromagnetic testing, with emphasis on digital technologies. Principles of theory, application and instrumentation are presented. Applications chapters for industrial sectors (primary metals, chemical/petroleum, electric power, infrastructure and aerospace) are included. Theoretical chapters explain that all electromagnetic techniques share the same physical principles. This volume is a must-have for Level II and III ET inspectors, inspection and quality personnel, those who evaluate or specify electromagnetic tests, researchers, students, trainers and teachers.

The CD-ROM features these enhancements:

• Color illustrations.
• QuickTime video.
• Powerful search function — every word of the book electronically indexed and available with the cross document text search feature.
• Extensive linking to all points within the book.

Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Third Edition: Volume 6, Acoustic Emission Testing (with the NDT Handbook on CD-ROM)

Author(s): Miller, Ronnie K. and Hill, Eric v.K. (technical editors); Moore, Patrick O. (editor)
Publisher: ASNT
Year: 2005
Pages: 446
ISBN: 1-57117-106-1 (book) 1-57117-137-1 (CD-ROM)



The newest edition to the NDT Handbook series, this volume contains more than 50% new content, a new section on applications and new information based on computer advances in imaging and data processing. This new edition is a must for anyone who uses Acoustic Emission.

The CD-ROM features these enhancements:

• Color illustrations.
• QuickTime video.
• Powerful search function — every word of the book electronically indexed and available with the cross document text search feature.
• Extensive linking to all points within the book.

Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Third Edition: Volume 7, Ultrasonic Testing (with the NDT Handbook on CD-ROM)
Author(s): Workman, Gary L. and Kishoni, Doron (technical editors); Moore, Patrick O. (editor)
Publisher: ASNT
Year: 2007
Pages: 600
ISBN:


Ultrasonic Handbook Features:
A collaborative effort of 100 Ultrasonic Testing experts
Editorial emphasis on practicality with information useful to Level II and Level III inspectors
Applications arranged according to industry: aerospace,chemical-petroleum, electric power, infrastructure, metals
Chapters on applications in material characterization and advanced materials
Metric units provided throughout
Alloys identified in the Unified Numbering System
Discussion and examples in terms of digital processing and display throughout
600 pages, 467 figures, 64 tables


Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Third Edition: Volume 8, Magnetic Testing (with the NDT Handbook on CD-ROM)
Author(s): Moore, David G. (technical editor); Moore, Patrick O. (editor)
Publisher: ASNT
Year: 2008
Pages: 422
ISBN:



The authoritative reference for magnetic particle testing.
100+ pages applicable also to magnetic flux leakage testing.Contains all current information from the previous edition on magnetic particle testing.
A collaborative effort of 66 magnetic testing experts.
Editorial emphasis on practicality with information useful to Level II and Level III inspectors.
Applications including metals,welding, chemical, petroleum, and electric power.
Dozens of photographs illustrating anomalies.
New information on documentation with reference standards and digital photography.
Metric units included throughout.
Edited with an eye to safety and environmental regulations.
Updated references provided for published standards.

This volume is a must-have for Level II and III MT inspectors and quality personnel - those who evaluate or specify magnetic particle or flux leakage testing. 422 pages, 478 illustrations, 241 equations, 56 tables. Extensive glossary and index.

Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Third Edition: Volume 9, Visual Testing (with the NDT Handbook on CD-ROM)
Author(s): Allgaier, Michael, W. and Cameron, Robert E. (technical editors); Moore, Patrick O. (editor)
Publisher: ASNT
Year: 2010
Pages: 340
ISBN:




The authoritative reference for visual inspection.
Emphasis on practicality, with information for Level II and Level III inspectors.
Applications including metals, welding, chemical, petroleum, electric power, aerospace.
Scores of illustrations of anomalies.
Diverse information in one place.
Updated standards.
Digital photography and video.
Image processing.
New and authoritative discussion on vision acuity.
Metric units throughout.
Updated references provided for published standards.

New information on: physics of light • photometry • vision acuity exams • proper use of eye charts • digital photography • image processing • machine vision • magnifiers • illumination • surface roughness • calipers and gages • analog and digital video • video connectors • video probe • measuring with borescopes • metal discontinuities at different stages of processing and service life • direct versus indirect techniques

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Monday, December 12, 2011

ASME BPVC-IIC 2010 - Section 2 - Materials - Part C - Specifications for welding rods, electrodes, and filler metals ( SFA-5.01 , SFA-5.1/SFA-5.1M , SFA-5.2 , SFA-5.3/SFA-5.3M , SFA-5.4/SFA-5.4M , SFA-5.5/SFA-5.5M , SFA-5.6 , SFA-5.7 , SFA-5.8/SFA-5.8M , SFA-5.9/SFA-5.9M , SFA-5.10/SFA-5.10M , SFA-5.11/SFA-5.11M , SFA-5.12/SFA-5.12M , SFA-5.13 , SFA-5.14/SFA-5.14M , SFA-5.15 , SFA-5.16/SFA-5.16M , SFA-5.17/SFA-5.17M , SFA-5.18/SFA-5.18M , SFA-5.20/SFA-5.20M , SFA-5.21 , SFA-5.22 , SFA-5.23/SFA-5.23M , SFA-5.24/SFA-5.24M , SFA-5.25/SFA-5.25M , SFA-5.26/SFA-5.26M , SFA-5.28/SFA-5.28M , SFA-5.29/SFA-5.29M , SFA-5.30 , SFA-5.31 , SFA-5.32/SFA-5.32M . )

Specifications

SFA-5.01 Filler Metal Procurement Guidelines
SFA-5.1/SFA-5.1M Carbon Steel Electrodes for Shielded Metal Arc Welding
SFA-5.2 Carbon and Low Alloy Steel Rods for Oxyfuel Gas Welding
SFA-5.3/SFA-5.3M Aluminum and Aluminum-Alloy Electrodes for Shielded Metal Arc
Welding. 
SFA-5.4/SFA-5.4M Stainless Steel Electrodes for Shielded Metal Arc Welding 
SFA-5.5/SFA-5.5M Low-Alloy Steel Electrodes for Shielded Metal Arc Welding
SFA-5.6 Covered Copper and Copper Alloy Arc Welding Electrodes .
SFA-5.7 Copper and Copper Alloy Bare Welding Rods and Electrodes
SFA-5.8/SFA-5.8M Filler Metals for Brazing and Braze Welding
SFA-5.9/SFA-5.9M Bare Stainless Steel Welding Electrodes and Rods
SFA-5.10/SFA-5.10M Bare Aluminum and Aluminum-Alloy Welding Electrodes and Rods
SFA-5.11/SFA-5.11M Nickel and Nickel-Alloy Welding Electrodes for Shielded Metal Arc
Welding
SFA-5.12/SFA-5.12M Tungsten and Tungsten-Alloy Electrodes for Arc Welding and
Cutting
SFA-5.13 Surfacing Electrodes for Shielded Metal Arc Welding
SFA-5.14/SFA-5.14M Nickel and Nickel-Alloy Bare Welding Electrodes and Rods
SFA-5.15 Welding Electrodes and Rods for Cast Iron
SFA-5.16/SFA-5.16M Titanium and Titanium-Alloy Welding Electrodes and Rods
SFA-5.17/SFA-5.17M Carbon Steel Electrodes and Fluxes for Submerged Arc Welding
SFA-5.18/SFA-5.18M Carbon Steel Electrodes and Rods for Gas Shielded Arc Welding
SFA-5.20/SFA-5.20M Carbon Steel Electrodes for Flux Cored Arc Welding
SFA-5.21 Bare Electrodes and Rods for Surfacing
SFA-5.22 Stainless Steel Electrodes for Flux Cored Arc Welding and Stainless
Steel Flux Cored Rods for Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
SFA-5.23/SFA-5.23M Low-Alloy Steel Electrodes and Fluxes for Submerged Arc Welding
SFA-5.24/SFA-5.24M Zirconium and Zirconium-Alloy Welding Electrodes and Rods
SFA-5.25/SFA-5.25M Carbon and Low-Alloy Steel Electrodes and Fluxes for Electroslag
Welding
SFA-5.26/SFA-5.26M Carbon and Low-Alloy Steel Electrodes for Electrogas Welding
SFA-5.28/SFA-5.28M Low-Alloy Steel Electrodes and Rods for Gas Shielded Arc Welding
SFA-5.29/SFA-5.29M Low-Alloy Steel Electrodes for Flux Cored Arc Welding
SFA-5.30 Consumable Inserts
SFA-5.31 Fluxes for Brazing and Braze Welding
SFA-5.32/SFA-5.32M Welding Shielding Gases


Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Food Industry Review 2011 Edition ( Book only - CD only - Print & CD - PDF version )

The Food Institute's yearly flagship publication featuring comprehensive write-ups and detailed sales charts, covers the entirety of the food industry from farm to fork, providing information for the success of your business or research. Topics explored in-depth in the Food Industry Review, 2011 include retailing formats, private label, food business mergers and acquisitions, vending, restaurants and foodservice, new products launches, consumer trends, demographics of consumer food spending, organic, specialty and natural food and food processing. Packaged grocery sales by category and economic data, including the consumer and producer price indices, are provided as well.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1: CONSUMER TRENDS.
CHAPTER 2: RETAILING FORMATS.
CHAPTER 3: RESTAURANTS & FOODSERVICE.
CHAPTER 4: NEW CONCEPTS.
CHAPTER 5: ORGANIC/SUSTAINABILITY.
CHAPTER 6: PRIVATE LABEL
CHAPTER 7: SOCIAL MEDIA.
CHAPTER 8: FOOD PROCESSING.
CHAPTER 9: NEW PRODUCTS.
CHAPTER 10: MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS.
CHAPTER 11: DEMOGRAPHIC.CHAPTER 12: CONSUMER PRICE INDEX & PRODUCER PRICE INDEX.


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Friday, November 11, 2011

Monitoramento e Controle da Vigência de Normas, Regulamentos e Especificações Técnicas 2011 / 2012


- Você quer ter certeza que esta usando apenas normas válidas e atualizadas?
- Você não tem tempo para checar a validade que são cruciais para você?
- Você deseja fabricar, construir e desenvolver produtos e serviços baseados apenas em norma válidas?
- Você quer checar se todas as normas que você usa estão válidas e se possuem todas as modificações e correções?
- Você quer saber tudo relacionado a normas para certificação?
- Você não sabe como identificar quais foram as normas que foram substituída e canceladas?

Se você respondeu sim em qualquer uma destas questões, então nós temos a solução para você. 

Monitoramento e Controle da Vigência de Regulamentos Técnicos das Agências Reguladoras (ANEEL, ANATEL, ANP, ANVISA, ANA, ANTT, ANTAQ, ANCINE, CVM, AEB, ADA, ADENE, CADE, AGERGS, ARCE, AGESP, AGER, ARCO, ASES, ARSAL, AGR, AGERBA, CSPE, ARTESP, AGEEL, AAGISA, entre outros) 2011 / 2012

 Os regulamentos das Agências Governamentais diferentemente da maioria das normas técnicas são obrigatórios e sua não observância e cumprimento pode gerar várias penalidades.

Auxiliamos as empresa a acessar conteúdos e se manter atualizado sobre os regulamentos das agências governamentais necessários a adequação dos seus processos produtivos e/ou serviços;

No plano federal são as seguintes:

- Agência Nacional de Energia Elétrica (ANEEL) – Lei n. 9.427, de 26-12-96, alterada pelas Leis nos.
9.648 e 9.649, ambas de 27-05-98, 9.986, de 18-07-00 e 10.438, de 26-04-02; Decreto n. 2.335/97, alterado pelo Decreto 4.111/02. Vinculada ao Ministério de Minas e Energia, foi instituída com a finalidade de regular e fiscalizar a produção, a transmissão, a distribuição e a comercialização de energia elétrica em conformidade com as políticas e diretrizes do governo federal;

- Agência Nacional de Telecomunicações (ANATEL) – Lei n. 9.472, de 16-07-97, modificada pela Lei n. 9.986, de 18-07-00; Decreto n. 2.338/97, alterado pelos Decretos 2.853/98, 3.873/01, 3.986/01 e 4.037/01. Vinculada ao Ministério das Comunicações, com a função de órgão regulador das telecomunicações;

- Agência Nacional do Petróleo (ANP) – Lei n. 9.478, de 06-08-97, alterada pelas Leis nos 9.986, de
18-07-00, 9.990, de 21-07-00, 10.202, de 20-02-01 e 10.453, de 13-05-02; Decreto n. 2.455/98, alterado pelos Decretos 2.496/98, 3.388/00 e 3.968/01. Vinculada ao Ministério de Minas e Energia, como órgão regulador da indústria do petróleo;

- Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária (ANVISA – dantes denominada ANVS) – Lei n. 9.782, de 26-01-99, alterada pela Lei n. 9.986, de 18-07-00 e pela MP n. 2.190-34, de 23-08-01; Decreto n. 3.029/99, alterado pelos Decretos 3.571/00 e 4.220/02. Vinculada ao Ministério da Saúde, com a finalidade institucional de promover a proteção da saúde da população por intermédio do controle sanitário da produção e da comercialização de produtos e serviços submetidos à vigilância sanitária;

- Agência Nacional de Saúde Suplementar (ANS) – Lei n. 9.961, de 28-01-00, alterada pela Lei n.
9.986, de 18-07-00 e pela MP n. 2.177-44, de 24-08-01; Decreto n. 3.327/00. Vinculada ao Ministério da Saúde, com a finalidade de promover a defesa do interesse público na assistência suplementar à saúde,
regulando as operadoras setoriais, inclusive quanto às suas relações com prestadores e consumidores;

- Agência Nacional de Águas (ANA)– Lei n. 9.984, de 17-07-00, alterada pela MP n. 2.216, de 31-08-
01; Decreto n. 3.692/00. Vinculada ao Ministério do Meio Ambiente, como entidade federal de implementação da Política Nacional de Recursos Hídricos e de coordenação do Sistema Nacional de Gerenciamento de Recursos Hídricos;

- Agência Nacional de Transportes Terrestres (ANTT)– Lei n. 10.233, de 05-06-01, alterada pelas Leis nos 10.470/02, 10.561, de 13-11-02 e 10.683, de 28-05-03 e pela MP n. 2.217-03, de 04-09-01; Decreto n. 4.130/02. Vinculada ao Ministério dos Transportes, destinada à regulação do transporte ferroviário de passageiros e carga e exploração da infra-estrutura ferroviária; dos transportes rodoviário interestadual e internacional de passageiros, rodoviário de cargas, multimodal; e do transporte de cargas especiais e perigosas em rodovias e ferrovias;

- Agência Nacional de Transportes Aquaviários (ANTAQ) – Lei n. 10.233, de 05-06-01, alterada pelas
Leis nos 10.470/02, 10.561, de 13-11-02 e 10.683, de 28-05-03 e pela MP n. 2.217-03, de 04-09-01; Decreto n. 4.122/02. Vinculada ao Ministério dos Transportes, com o fim de regular os transportes de: navegação fluvial, travessia, apoio marítimo, apoio portuário, cabotagem e longo curso. Também visa a regular os portos organizados, os terminais portuários privativos, o transporte aquaviário de cargas especiais e perigosas;

- Agência Nacional do Cinema (ANCINE)– MP n. 2.228-1, de 06-09-01, com a redação dada pela Lei
n. 10.454/02; Decreto 4.121/02, alterado pelo Decreto n. 4.330/02. Vinculada nos primeiros doze meses, a partir de 05-09-01 à Casa Civil da Presidência da República (prorrogados por 06 meses por força do Decreto 4.283/02) e a contar daí ao Ministério do Desenvolvimento, Indústria e Comércio Exterior. Visa ao fomento, regulação e fiscalização da indústria cinematográfica e videofonográfica.

Há uma autarquia sob regime especial, vinculada ao Ministério da Fazenda, cujas funções são de
índole equivalente às das agências reguladoras, mas que não recebeu a denominação de agência. É a
Comissão de Valores Mobiliários – Lei n. 10.411, de 26-02-02; Decreto 4.300/02, alterado pelo Decreto
4.537/02.

Há outras autarquias, que também são denominadas “agências”, mas não se constituem em
“autarquias especiais”, quais sejam:

- Agência Espacial Brasileira (AEB) – Lei n. 8.854, de 10-02-94, alterada pela MP 2.216-37, de 31-08-
01. Decreto n. 3.566/00, revogado pelo Decreto n. 4.718/03. Autarquia federal , com natureza civil, vinculada à Presidência da República, com a finalidade de promover o desenvolvimento das atividades espaciais de interesse nacional. Responde de modo direto ao Presidente da República. É dotada de autonomia administrativa e financeira;

- Agência de Desenvolvimento da Amazônia (ADA) – MP n. 2.157-5, de 24-08-01; Decreto n. 4.125,
de 13-02-02, revogado pelo Decreto n. 4.652/03. Autarquia vinculada ao Ministério da Integração Nacional, com o objetivo de implementar políticas e viabilizar instrumentos de desenvolvimento da Amazônia;

- Agência de Desenvolvimento do Nordeste(ADENE)– MP n. 2.156-5, de 24-08-01; Decreto n. 4.126,
de 13-02-02, revogado pelo Decreto n. 4.654/03. Autarquia vinculada ao Ministério da Integração Nacional, com o objetivo de implementar políticas e viabilizar instrumentos de desenvolvimento do Nordeste.

Há ainda um órgão, portanto unidade da Administração direta e não uma autarquia, que recebeu o
nome de “agência”: a Agência Brasileira de Inteligência – ABIN, criada pela Lei nº 9.883, de 07-12-99, alterada pela MP n. 2.216-37, de 31-08-01; Decreto n. 4.376/02.

Há ainda uma autarquia, não autarquia especial, cujos conselheiros e procurador geral têm
mandato, exerce funções judicantes, cujas decisões não se submetem a revisão hierárquica, mas que não foi
instituído como agência: CADE – Conselho Administrativo de Defesa Econômica, criado pela Lei n. 4.137, de 10-09-62, que passou a se constituir em autarquia federal pela Lei n. 8.884, de 11-06-94 e alterações posteriores, vinculada ao Ministério da Justiça.

Nos Estados, surgiram várias agências multisetoriais (sem especialização) para regular as
atividades dos concessionários dos respectivos serviços estatais ou para exercer poder delegado pela União
na fiscalização de serviços elétricos:

- Agência Estadual de Regulação dos Serviços Públicos Delegados do Rio Grande do Sul
AGERGS, criada pela Lei Estadual n. 10.931, de 09-01-97, posteriormente alterada pela Lei n. 11.292, de 23- 12-98;

- Agência Reguladora de Serviços Públicos Delegados do Estado do Ceará – ARCE (Lei Estadual n.
12.786, de 30-12-97);

- Agência Estadual de Serviços Públicos do Estado do Espírito Santo – AGESP (Lei Estadual n.
5.721, de 19-08-98);

- Agência Estadual de Regulação dos Serviços Públicos Delegados do Estado de Mato Grosso –
AGER/MT
(Lei n. 7.101, de 14-01-99, alterada pela Lei Complementar n. 66, de 22-12-99);

- Agência Estadual de Regulação de Serviços Públicos de Minas Gerais – ARSEMG (Lei Estadual n.
12.999, de 31-07-98);

- Agência Reguladora de Serviços Públicos Concedidos do Estado do Rio de Janeiro – ASEP-RJ (Lei Estadual n. 2.686, de 13-02-97);

- Agência Reguladora de Serviços Públicos do Estado do Rio Grande do Norte – ARSEP-RN (Lei
Estadual n. 7.463, de 02-03-99, revogada pela Lei n. 7.758, de 09-12-99);

- Agência Catarinense de Regulação e Controle – SC/ARCO (Lei Estadual n. 11.355, de 18-01-00);

- Agência Reguladora de Serviços Concedidos do Estado de Sergipe – ASES (Lei Estadual n.
3.973/98);

- Agência Reguladora de Serviços Públicos do Estado de Alagoas – ARSAL (Lei Estadual n. 6.267, de 20-09-01);

- Agência Estadual de Regulação de Serviços Públicos de Mato Grosso do Sul – AGEPAN (MS) (Lei Estadual n 2.363, de 19-12-01;

- Agência Goiana de Regulação, Controle e Fiscalização de Serviços Públicos – AGR (Lei Estadual n.
13.550, de 11-11-99);

- Agência Estadual de Regulação e Controle de Serviços Públicos (PA) – ARCON (Lei Estadual n.
6.099, de 30-12-97).

Em alguns Estados foram instituídas agências setoriais: 

- Agência Estadual de Regulação de Serviços Públicos de Energia, Transporte e Comunicação da Bahia – AGERBA (Lei Estadual n. 7.314, de 19-05-98);

- Comissão de Serviços Públicos de Energia do Estado de São Paulo – CSPE, criada pela Lei Complementar n. 833, de 17-10-97 

- ARTESP – Agência Reguladora de Serviços Públicos Delegados de Transporte do
Estado de São Paulo
, criada pela Lei Complementar n. 914, de 14-01-02;

- Agência Estadual de Energia da Paraíba – AGEEL Lei Estadual n. 7.120, de 28-06-02; Agência de Água Irrigação e Saneamento (PB) –

- Agência de Águas, Irrigação e Saneamento do Estado da Paraíba AAGISA (Leis Estadual n. 7.033, de 29-11-01).

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Normas e Regulamentos necessários a adequação de processos produtivos e/ou serviços :Lista das principais associações e organizações normativas que monitoramos. (List of Technical Standard Organisations : USA Standards + European Standards + Latin American Standards+ Others International Standards ) 2013 / 2014

Normas e Regulamentos necessários a adequação de processos produtivos e/ou serviços

Esta lista esta sempre constantemente sendo atualizada e ampliada

Latin American Standards

ABNT Associação Brasileira de Normas Técnicas
BNSI Barbados National Standards Institution
BSJ Bureau of Standards Jamaica
COGUANOR Comisión Guatemalteca de Normas
DGN Dirección General de Normas (Mexico)
DGNTI Dirección General de Normas y Tecnología Industrial (Pananá)
DIGENOR Dirección General de Normas y Sistemas (Calidad da República Dominicana)
GDBS Grenada Bureau of Standards
GNBS Guyana National Bureau of Standards
IBNORCA Instituto Boliviano de Normalización y Calidad
INDECOPI Instituto Nacional de Tecnología y Normalización (Perú)
INTECO Instituto de Normas Técnicas de Costa Rica
ICONTEC Instituto Colombiano de Normas Técnicas y Certificación
INEN Instituto Ecuatoriano de Normalización
INN Instituto Nacional de Normalización (Chile)
INTN Instituto Nacional de Tecnología y Normalización (Paraguay)
IRAM Instituto Argentino de Normalización y Certificación
NC Oficina Nacional de Normalización (Cuba)
OHN Organismo Hondureño de Normalización
OSN Organismo Salvadoreño de Normalización
SLBS Saint Lucia  Bureau of Standards
TTBS Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standard
UNIT instituto uruguayo de normas técnicas do uruguay


USA Standards

AAMA American Architectural Manufacturers Association
AAMI American Association for Advancement of Medical Instrumentation
AASHTO American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
AATCC American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists
ABS American Bureau of Shipping
ACI American Concrete Institute
AFBMA Anti-Friction Bearing Manufacturers Association
AGA American Gas Association
AGMA American Gear Manufacturers Association
AISC American Institute of Steel Construction
AISE American of Iron and Steel Engineers
AISI American Iron and Steel Institute
AMCA Air Movement and Control Association
ANS American Nuclear Society
ANSI American National Standards Institute
API American Petroleum Institute
ARI Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute
ASCE American Society of Civil Engineers
ASHRAE American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Ventilating Engineers
ASME American Society of Mechanical Engineers
ASNT American Society of Non-Destructive Testing
ASQC American Society of Quality Control
ASTM American Society of Testing and Materials
AWS American Welding Society
AWWA American Water Works Association
BHMA Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association
CFR Code of Federal Regulations
CGA Compressed Gas Association
EIA Electronic Industries Association
EJMA Expansion Joint Manufacturers Association
FCI Fluid Control Institute
HEI Heat Exchange Institute
ICEA Insulated Cable Engineers Association
IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
IES Institute of Environmental Services
IPC Institute for Interconnecting and Packaging Electronic Circuits
ISA Instrument Society of America
MSS Manufacturers Standardization Society of Valve & Fittings
NACE National Association of Corrosion Engineers
NAS National Aerospace Industries of America
NEMA National Electrical Manufacturers Association
NFPA National Fire Protection Association
SAE Society of Automotive Engineers, issues AIR, AMS, ARP & AS
TEMA Tubular Exchanger Manufacturers Association
WRC Welding Research Council

European Standards

AENOR Spanish Association for Standardization and Certification, Issues UNE
AFNOR French Standards Association, issues NF
BSI British Standards Institution, issues BS, BS EN
CENELEC European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization, issues CECC
CEI Italian Electrotechnical Standards Committee
DIN German Standards (issues TRD, TRG, TRGL, VG, WL)
DS Danish Standards
ECMA European Computer Manufacturers Association
IBN Belgian Standards Institute, issues NBN
IEC International Electrotechnical Commission
IPQ Portuguese Institute for Quality
ISO International Organization for Standardization
NNI Netherlands Standards, issues NEN, NPR
NSAI National Standards Authority of Ireland, issues IS
NSF Norwegian Standards Association, issues NS
ON(ORM) Austrian Standards
NPD Norwegian Petroleum Directorate
SCAN Scandinavian Pulp, Paper and Board Committee
SFS Finnish Standards
SIS Swedish Standards, issues SS,SEN
SMS Swedish Mechanical Standards
SNV Swiss Association for Standardization, issues SN
STRI Icelandic Council for Standardization
UNI Italian Standards
UTE French Electrical Standards
VBG German Accident Prevention Association
VDE Association of German Electrical Engineers
VDI Association of German Engineers

Others International Standards

BIS Bureau of Indian Standards
CGA Canadian Gas Association
CSA Canadian Standards Association
DSM Department of Standards Malaysia
GOST R Russian Federation Standards
JIS Japanese Industrial Standards
JSA Japanese Standards Authority
PSB Singapore Productivity and Standards Board
SAA Standards Association of Australia
SABS South African Bureau of Standards
SCC Standards Council of Canada, issues CAN series
SII Standards Institution of Israel
SNZ Standards New Zealand
ULC Underwriters Laboratories of Canada

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Monday, November 7, 2011

Monitoramento Normativo. Controlar e manter um acervo de Normas Técnicas atualizado é hoje um grande desafio, não sendo mais um diferencial de mercado para as empresas. Assine nosso serviço de monitoramento para o ano de 2011 / 2012

Nosso Sistema de Monitoramento Normativo é um serviço de atualização ajustado as reais necessidades, onde cada empresa mantém-se atualizadas com informações relativas à última edição das normas (vigência), cancelamentos, substituições, erratas, emendas e suplementos de sua coleção de normas.

Como Funciona:

A empresa assinante seleciona e nos envia sua relação de normas que deseja ter monitoramento e a partir deste momento nosso serviço lhe informará mensalmente através de um email o relatório detalhado mensal (podendo ser no formato excel ou pdf) a vigência de cada norma e/ou vamos informando as mudanças gradativamente a medida que elas ocorrerem.

O Serviço de Atualização é executado sempre através de consultas as próprias entidades normativas, através do site, emails de atualizações, catálogos impressos, entre outras, priorizando sempre a busca pela informação direta, não se utilizando de banco de dados de normas para esta finalidade (apenas a usamos nossa base de dados como controle de qualidade) e trabalhando com as coleções de forma individual.

Com este serviço você também tem: 

- Economia de tempo, recursos humanos e de custos administrativos.
- Controle da sua documentação técnica, baseada na conformidade dos requisitos da norma ISO 9001.
- Sob Autorização: Ter entrega automática das normas desatualizadas (por email, download ou dvd )
- Obter equivalências normativas junto a outros organismos internacionais normativos.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Recueil des cours, Collected Courses - Académie de Droit International de la Haye - Hague Academy of International Law 2011 / 2012 (Tome \ Volume: 350 ISBN13: 9789004185197 ; 349 ISBN13:9789004185180 ; 348 ISBN13: 9789004185173 ; 347 ISBN13: 9789004185166 ; 345 ISBN13: 9789004185142 ; 344 ISBN13: 9789004185128 ; 343 ISBN13:9789004185135 ; 342 ISBN13: 9789004185104 ; 341 ISBN13: 9789004185098 ; 340 ISBN13 :9789004172951

The Academy is a prestigious international institution for the study and teaching of Public and Private International Law and related subjects. The work of the Hague Academy receives the support and recognition of the UN. Its purpose is to encourage a thorough and impartial examination of the problems arising from international relations in the field of law. The courses deal with the theoretical and practical aspects of the subject, including legislation and case law.
All courses at the Academy are, in principle, published in the language in which they were delivered in the CollectedCourses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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Monday, October 17, 2011

ASME BPE 2009 BioProcessing Equipment Standard (ISBN: 9780791832134)

This Standard deals with the requirements applicable to the design used in the bioprocessing, pharmaceutical, and personal care product industries, covering directly or indirectly the subjects of materials, design, fabrication, pressure systems (vessels and piping), examination, inspection, testing, and certification. Engineering judgments must be consistent with the fundamental principles of this Standard. Such judgments shall not be used to override mandatory regulations or specific prohibitions of this Standard.Publish Date: 2009

Pages: 232
Language: English
ISBN: 9780791832134


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Friday, October 14, 2011

CSA C22.1- 2012 (Canadian Electrical Code & Handbook Package) - Canadian electrical code, part I (22nd edition), safety standard for electrical installations ( C22.1-12 + C22.1HB-12 ). *** Pre-order : New Edition ***

C22.1-12 PACKAGE - Consists of C22.1-12, Canadian electrical code, part I (22nd edition), safety standard for electrical installations; CE code pocket reference book and the C22.1HB-12, CE code handbook, an explanation of rules of the canadian electrical code, part I

C22.1-12 - Canadian electrical code, part I (22nd edition), safety standard for electrical installations
Preface

This twenty-second edition of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, was approved by the Committee on the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, and by the Regulatory Authority Committee at their June 2011 meetings in Victoria, British Columbia. This twenty-second edition supersedes the previous editions, published in 2009, 2006, 2002, 1998, 1994, 1990, 1986, 1982, 1978, 1975, 1972, 1969, 1966, 1962, 1958, 1953, 1947, 1939, 1935, 1930, and 1927. 

A new Section 64 was added to cover requirements for renewable energy systems and major updates have been made to Section 50 "Solar photovoltaic systems". Several new conductor types and wiring methods have been recognized and there are significant changes in the Rules and Tables governing ampacity calculations. Grounding and bonding requirements have been revised and new requirements have been added for tamper resistant receptacles and receptacles exposed to the weather. In several sections, rules were added or revised to recognize electric vehicle charging infrastructure. Substantial changes have also been made to requirements for hazardous locations and electric heating.

General arrangement

The Code is divided into numbered Sections, each covering some main division of the work. Sections 0 to 16 and 26 are considered general sections, and the other sections supplement or amend the general sections. The Sections are divided into numbered Rules, with captions for easy reference, as follows:

- Numbering system – With the exception of Section 38, even numbers have been used throughout to identify Sections and Rules. Rule numbers consist of the Section number separated by a hyphen from the 3- or 4-digit figure. The intention in general is that odd numbers may be used for new Rules required by interim revisions. Due to the introduction of some new Rules and the deletion of some existing Rules during the revision of each edition, the Rule numbers for any particular requirement are not always the same in successive editions.

- Subdivision of Rules – Rules are subdivided in the manner illustrated by Rules 8-204 and 8-206, and the subdivisions are identified as follows:

- Reference to other Rules, etc. – Where reference is made to two or more Rules (e.g., Rules 10-200 to 10-206), the first and last Rules mentioned are included in the reference. Where reference is made to a Subrule or Item in the same Rule, only the Subrule number and/or Item letter and the word "Subrule" or "Item" need be mentioned. If the reference is to another Rule or Section, then the Rule number and the word "Rule" shall be stated (e.g., "Rule 10-200(3)" and not "Subrule (3) of Rule 10-200").

The principal changes that have been made between the 2009 edition of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, and this new edition published in 2012 are marked in the text of the Code by the symbol delta (Δ) in the margin. Where revisions to or deletions from the text have caused existing Rules to be renumbered, only the first renumbered Rule in the sequence is marked. Users of the Code are advised that the change markers in the text are not intended to be all-inclusive and are provided as a convenience only; such markers cannot constitute a comprehensive guide to the reorganization or revision of the Code. Care must therefore be taken not to rely on the change markers to determine the current requirements of the Code. As always, users of the Code must consider the entire Code and any local amendments.

Scope

This Code covers all electrical work and electrical equipment operating or intended to operate at all voltages in electrical installations for buildings, structures, and premises, including factory-built relocatable and non-relocatable structures, and self-propelled marine vessels stationary for periods exceeding five months and connected to a shore supply of electricity continuously or from time to time, with the following exceptions:

a. installations or equipment employed by an electric, communication, or community antenna distribution system utility in the exercise of its function as a utility, as recognized by the regulatory authority having jurisdiction, and located outdoors or in buildings or sections of buildings used for that purpose
b. equipment and facilities that are used in the operation of an electric railway and are supplied exclusively from circuits that supply the motive power
c. installations or equipment used for railway signalling and railway communication purposes, and located outdoors or in buildings or sections of buildings used exclusively for such installations
d. aircraft
e. electrical systems in ships that are regulated under Transport Canada.

For mines and quarry applications, see also CSA M421.

This Code and any standards referenced in it do not make or imply any assurance or guarantee by the authority adopting this Code with respect to life expectancy, durability, or operating performance of equipment and materials so referenced.

C22.1HB-12 - CE code handbook, an explanation of rules of the canadian electrical code, part 1

This Handbook provides background information on the reasons behind the requirements in the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, and gives an explanation of each Rule in plain, easy-to-understand language. The Handbook is intended to provide a clearer understanding of the safety requirements of the Code.

The content of this Handbook is not meant to form a code of mandatory requirements. The mandatory language ("shall") that is used in the CE Code, Part I, has not been used here. Care has been taken to ensure that the intent of the Code Rules is clear to the users of the Handbook. However, users of the Handbook must not under any circumstances rely on it to determine the current requirements of the Code. As always, reference must be made to the Code itself and any local amendments. CSA does not assume responsibility for any errors or omissions resulting from the information contained in this Handbook.

The Rules in the CE Code, Part I, are divided into two groups. Sections 0 to 16 and 26 are considered General Sections, and the other Sections supplement or amend those General Sections. Therefore a requirement in the supplementary Sections takes precedence over a general requirement. For example,
- Rule 12-1008 requires three threads to be engaged when making a threaded connection, whereas Rule 18-106 requires five threads to be engaged when making a threaded connection in a Class I, Zone 1 area.

- Section 4 permits the use of aluminum conductors, but Rule 32-100 does not allow aluminum conductors to be used in fire alarm systems.

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ANSI / MSS SP 55 2011 (MSS SP-55-2011) Quality Standard for Steel Castings for Valves, Flanges and Fittings and Other Piping Components - Visual Method for Evaluation of Surface Irregularities. **CONTAINS FOLDOUTS & PICTURES** Available October 2011

This Standard provides a series of reference photographs typical of the various surface irregularities common to steel pressure castings and illustrations of generally acceptable and generally rejectable quality. This document specifies the visual method for the evaluation of surface irregularities and also features foldouts and pictures.

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Maxwell’s Handbook for AACR2: Explaining and Illustrating the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules through the 2003 Update. Robert L. Maxwell . ISBN-13: 978-0-8389-0875-4 . Year Published: 2004 . Softcover

For application of the most current Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, there is but one standard: Maxwell’s Handbook for AACR2. This practical and authoritative cataloging how-to, now in its Fourth Edition, has been completely revised inclusive of the 2003 update to AACR2.

Designed to interpret and explain AACR2,Maxwell illustrates and applies the latest cataloging rules to the MARC record for every type of information format. Focusing on the concept of integrating resources, where relevant information may be available in different formats, the revised edition also addresses the Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC) and the cataloging needs of electronic books and digital reproductions of physical items such as booksand maps.

From books and pamphlets to sound recordings, music, manuscripts, maps,and more, this is the most comprehensive and straightforward guide to interpreting and applying standard cataloging rules. Learn:

- How and when to apply the rules
- What has changed in MARC21 coding
- How the rules help organize descriptive and bibliographic information
- What are uniform titles for unusual formats or materials
- How to select access points
- Extensive updates have resulted in all-new chapters covering cartographic materials, electronic resources, and continuing resources (formerly called serials).

Illustrated with over 490 figures, showing actual MARC catalog records, this is the must-have AACR2 guide for catalogers, LIS students, and cataloging instructors.

Table of Contents

Abbreviations vii
Preface ix
Introduction xiii

1 General Rules for Description 1
2 Books, Pamphlets, and Printed Sheets 104
3 Cartographic Materials 120
4 Manuscripts (Including Manuscript Collections) 141
5 Music (AACR2 Chapters 5, 21.18–21.22, and 25.25–25.35) 151
6 Sound Recordings 172
7 Motion Pictures and Videorecordings 195
8 Graphic Materials 207
9 Electronic Resources 223
10 Three-Dimensional Artefacts and Realia 246
11 Microforms 252
12 Continuing Resources 260
13 Analysis 297
14 Choice of Access Points (AACR2 Chapter 21) 302
15 Headings for Persons (AACR2 Chapter 22) 361
16 Geographic Names (AACR2 Chapter 23) 415
17 Headings for Corporate Bodies (AACR2 Chapter 24) 417
18 Uniform Titles (AACR2 Chapter 25) 469
Index 499

About the Author

Robert L. Maxwell, PhD, MLS, is associate librarian at the Harold B. Lee Library at Brigham Young University. He serves as leader of the special collections and humanities cataloging team and authorities librarian for genre/form teams. Author or co-author of numerous books on cataloging, his Maxwell's Guide to Authority Work won the 2003 Highsmith Award, the highest award in library literature. He represents the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) to the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS) Committee on Cataloging: Description and Access. This is the ALA group responsible for developing official ALA positions on additions to and revisions of AACR2. His MLS is from the University of Arizona, where he has taught at the School of Information Resources and Library Science.


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AACR2 - Anglo American Cataloguing Rules. Second ( 2nd ) Edition, 2002 Revision: 2005 Update. ( AACR2 2005 Kit: ISBN 978-0-8389-3555-2 Complete text including all three annual updates - 750 loose-leaf pages) + AACR2–2005 Update: ISBN 978-0-8389-3557-6 ( Update pages only. 68 pages. Loose-leaf )

750 loose-leaf pages
8.5" x 11"
Complete text with annual updates from 2003 through 2005, plus tabs
ISBN-13: 978-0-8389-3555-2
Year Published: 2005

Since 1967, Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules has served the profession with highly developed content standards for cataloging the resources that come into your library. It is the one-stop gold standard. AACR2 walks you through the cataloging process with clearly defined rules and practical examples representing standards that apply to any type of resource and all metadata formats. The Joint Steering Committee has brought together a new Update reflecting changes and improvements in effect for 2005.

What’s new in the 2005 update?

- New and updated rules, including instructions, for capitalization of single letters used to represent words, and for multiple-letter prefixes in compound terms
-Changes arising from the preparation of the new edition of Cartographic Materials: A Manual of Interpretation for AACR2
-A checklist of updates

With 8.5" X 11" loose-leaf pages that fit a standard 3-ring binder, separately numbered chapters for easy integration of updates, and a design that clearly distinguishes the rules from the examples, AACR2 is the essential resource for descriptive and access cataloging. Libraries can rely on this international standard for flexible, ready-to-apply rules for the fundamental work of developing resource catalogs and bibliographic entries. AACR2 continues to be the authoritative choice for achieving consistency, clarity, and accessibility in cataloging resources across all media.

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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

International Standard Units for Water and Wastewater Processes. Author(s): WEF, AWWA, IWA . Publication Date: 18 Apr 2011 - ISBN: 9781843395447. Pages: 120 • Paperback

Published jointly by WEF, AWWA, and IWA, the updated 4th edition of WEF Manual of Practice no. 6 continues its goal to establish units of expression that are universally understandable and readily comparable for all design, operation, and performance factors. The manual is written for engineering professionals familiar with water and wastewater treatment concepts, the design process, and the regulatory basis for water and wastewater control.

International Standard Units for Water and Wastewater Processes reflects current design practices of water and wastewater engineering professionals and focuses on particular sectors of the water and wastewater industry including:
- units used with water treatment systems,
- standard units for water and wastewater conveyance systems,
- units used with wastewater treatment systems,
- units used with facilities associated with the support of treatment systems, and
- units used with water reuse systems.

Table of Contents
Development of a Uniform System of Units; Accepted Representations of Unit; Standard Units for Water Industry, Water, Conveyance Systems, Wastewater, Facilities, Reuse; Appendix A – Acceptable Units

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BS PD 5500:2009+A3:2011 Specification for unfired fusion welded pressure vessels. Published : January 2009 (The specification can be used with equipment and systems designed or manufactured to BS 5500 or PD 5500) \ Normas \ Regulamentos \ Códigos \ Regras \ Standards \ Specifications \ Rules \ Codes

What is it?

PD 5500:2009 provides the latest specification for unfired fusion welded pressure vessels. It outlines requirements for design, manufacture, inspection, testing and compliance. PD 5500 is designed to be used with unfired fusion welded pressure vessels manufactured from iron based and austenitic alloy steels, aluminium, copper and nickel. The specification also applies to a wide range of energy and industry processes. PD 5500:2009 provides guidance towards achieving the BS EN 13445 European standard for unfired pressure vessels.

How does it work?

The PD 5500:2009 specification refers to pressure vessels connected to piping by bolts, screws or welding, as well as supports, brackets and other direct attachments. It applies to vessels that are subject to electrical heating or heated process streams, but not vessels exposed to direct heat or flame. The specification can be used with equipment and systems designed or manufactured to BS 5500 or PD 5500. And the 2009 specification is also relevant to pressure vessels in use outside of the EU as well as those designed and manufactured under the Pressure Equipment Directive.

What’s new?

PD 5500:2009 outlines the latest amendments to the specification up to and including those published in August 2009. It also includes details of enquiry cases and will be updated every three years. Your PD 5500 subscription includes free updates on further amendments.

Table of contents

Section 1:
- Foreword
- Scope
- Interpretation
- Definitions
- Information and requirements to be agreed and to be documented
Section 2: Materials
Section 3: Design
Section 4: Manufacture and workmanship
Section 5: Inspection and testing
Annexes
Figures
Tables
Aluminium supplement
Copper supplement
Nickel supplement
List of references
Enquiry cases.

This is the start of new three-year cycle including updates and new enquiry cases. The three-year subscription to PD 5500 includes free regular updates as amendments are made to the specification.

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Monday, October 10, 2011

ASM Handbook: Complete Set DVD - 25 Volumes, 2010 Edition *** ( Do not include Volumes 6A and 22B) *** (ISBN: 978-1-61503-043-9)

The ASM Handbook series provides comprehensive and practical information on the properties and performance of materials—with a particular emphasis on industrially important metals and alloys—and the processes used in the manufacture and fabrication of components. The current series includes volumes on properties and selection, phase diagrams, heat treating, surface engineering, welding, powder metallurgy, mechanical testing, metallography and microstructures, materials characterization, failure analysis, fractography, corrosion, forming and forging, casting, machining, nondestructive testing, tribology, fatigue, and modeling.

Now the current complete set – 25 volumes in all – is available on one disc! The Complete Set DVD includes every article, table, chart, and photograph in the current series. Search across the entire series or browse the table of contents for each volume. The content is presented in PDF format, with all of the standard Adobe Reader functions for navigation and finding content within articles.

The DVD can be used with any Windows Platform laptop or desktop computer with a DVD drive. Articles can be printed, and text, table, and images can be copied and pasted. Note: the files on the disc cannot be copied, so the DVD must be present in the local machine for the content to be accessed.
The handbook program is overseen by the ASM Handbook Committee, with a volunteer membership made up of metallurgy and materials professionals from industry, research, and academia. The content of the volumes is developed, written, and reviewed by subject-matter experts under the guidance of the Handbook Committee and with support from ASM’s professional editorial and production staff.

ASM Handbook content is available in print, DVD-ROM, and online subscription formats.

History

Handbooks published by ASM International have been key information resources for the materials engineering community ever since 1923, when the Handbook of the American Society for Steel Treating was published. (The ASST was the precursor to the American Society for Metals, now ASM International.) What started with a single loose-leaf volume in 1923 has grown to a current collection of more than 25 handbook volumes providing authoritative data and information on the properties, processing, and applications of metals and nonmetallic engineering materials.

From 1936 to 1990, the series was known as the Metals Handbook. In 1991, the name was changed from Metals Handbook to ASM Handbook to reflect the increasing coverage of polymers, ceramics, and composite materials in the series.

About ASM International

ASM International, www.asminternational.org, is the world’s largest professional society for materials scientists and engineers. ASM benefits the materials community by providing scientific, engineering and technical knowledge, education, networking and professional development. The society is the leading publisher of information on materials selection, processing, evaluation, and performance.

This product contains Adobe Acrobat software. Copying this product’s instructions and/or designs for use in future DVD-ROMs or digital products is prohibited.

Adobe, Acrobat, and the Acrobat logo are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated or its subsidiaries and may be registered in certain jurisdictions.
Publisher: ASM International
ISBN: 978-1-61503-043-9


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Heating and Ventilating Contractors’ Association \ HVCA DW/143 (Revised) 2000 . Ductwork Leakage Testing A practical guide to Ductwork Leakage Testing. ISBN: 0-903783-30-4 - Based on the requirements of DW/144 specification for sheet metal ductwork.

Ductwork Specification DW/142, published by the HVCA in 1982, provided for the first time in a long series of such publications for leakage limits over the whole range of air pressures covered by the specification and (where required) a test procedure to establish conformity.
Although leakage testing of high-pressure ductwork is still mandatory in DW/144 (as was the case in previous ductwork specifications issued by HVCA) the leakage testing of ductwork designed to operate at low and medium pressures is required only where so specified in individual job specifications.

With the retention of three pressure classifications in DW/144 it is hoped that the designer, having control over performance standards, will find leakage testing an unnecessary contract expense with regard to low and medium pressure ductwork see note Financial Caution. 

Ductwork contractors faced with a job calling for leakage testing should take this requirement very seriously and satisfy themselves as the job progresses that the required leakage rate or rates are within the limits set by the designer or the client.The cost of making good an installation that has been found on completion to have failed in this respect can be very expensive.

DW/144 specifies leakage limits for the ductwork alone, because the ductwork contractor has no control over the leakage characteristics of the various components which go to make up the whole of the air distribution system. Where a job specification calls for a leakage limit for the whole system, it will be for the designer or client to ensure that the leakage rates of the components are also within the required limits.

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ABIQUIM Brazilian Chemical Industry Yearbook 2010 / The Brazilian Chemical Industry Association.




Annual publication providing comprehensive data on the Brazilian chemical industry performance from 2005 up to 2009 production, sales, exports, imports, price indexes, financial, ratios employment and labor, investment in R&D, new plant expenditures until 2015. Listing about 200 Chemicals. In Portuguese.




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ABIQUIM The Brazilian Chemical Industry Directory - 2011 Edition / The Brazilian Chemical Industry Association.

In its new edition, updated and enhanced with more products. The Brazilian Chemical Industry Directory 2011, edited by ABIQUIM, in Portuguese and English, presents precious information on the Brazilian chemical manufacturers and their products. Each entry contains:

- commercial and plant addresses
- capital composition
- shareholders
- main financial
- economic indicators


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Friday, October 7, 2011

ALAPA Manual de Normas Técnicas 2010 / 2011 / 2013 Associação Latino Americana de Pneus e Aros (ETRTO - FMVSS - JATMA - STRO - TRA - TRAA )












Normas para a fabricação de pneus, aros e válvulas são recomendações de uso facultativo, não obrigatório,   usadas como referência técnica e desenvolvidas em função da padronização do mercado na busca por qualidade, segurança e conforto para carros de passeio, caminhões leves, caminhões e ônibus, veículos off-roads, equipamentos agrícolas, veículos industriais e motocicletas.

As Associações e as publicações que estabelecem os padrões para os fabricantes de pneus e aros são:

(a) The International Organization for Standardization (ISO)

    - ISO 9413:2012 ­+ Amendment parts 1:2012

(b) The European Tyre and Rim Technical Organization (ETRTO)

    - ETRTO STANDARDS MANUAL (In English with notes in French and German)

    - ETRTO ENGINEERING DESIGN INFORMATION MANUAL - Ground Vehicles (in English)

(c) The Tyre and Rim Association Inc. (TRA)

    - TRA Year Book

    - TRA Engineering Design Information Book

(d) The Japan Automobile Tyre Manufacturers Association (JATMA)

    - JATMA Year Book

(e) The Tyre and Rim Association of Australia  (TRAA)

    - TRAA Standard Manual

(f) The Scandinavian Tyre and Rim Organisation (STRO)

    - STRO Data Book

(g) The U.S. National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

    - NHTSA FMVSS - Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and Regulations

(h) The Associação Latino Americana de Pneus e Aros (ALAPA)

    - Manual de Normas Técnicas

A ALAPA, a principal entidade da America Latina  e sua principal publicação o Manual de Normas Técnicas já se encontra desatualizado e pessoas interessadas com dificuldades na sua obtenção acabam entrando em contato com a Technos Publicações. Como as normas da ALAPA se baseiam em normas internacionais,  principalmente das Associações TRA e a ETRTO, sugerimos como opção as publicações destas entidades.

ETRTO Standards Manual 2012 (European Tyre and Rim Technical Organisation) \ (in English with notes in French and German) \ Associação Européia de Pneus e Aros


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TRA Yearbook 2012 (Tire and Rim Association US) \ Associação Americana de Pneus e Aros


Com o objetivo de manter a consistência e uniformidade das medidas de pneus, representantes dos maiores fabricantes de pneus criaram a Tire and Rim Association (Associação de Pneus e Aros) nos EUA. A TRA tem estabelecido especificações técnicas que são baseadas em princípios de engenharia e ensaios práticos. Todo ano é publicado O TRA YEARBOOK o qual contém todas as Normas TRA e informações relacionadas aprovadas pela Associação. Estas normas incluem:


• Características dos pneus
• Relação de carga dos pneus
• Dimensões
• Ensaios
• Largura do Aro
• Desenho e medidas das rodas




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Journals & Serial Publications in Brazil 2011 / 2012

Publicacoes Internacionais also offers a fulfilment and distribution service for journals and serial publications. We wish to expand our activity in this area and are keen to talk to publishers and scholarly societies about the distribution of their books and journals.

We provide institutional, individual and member subscribers with the following services: 

• We operate full renewals campaigns, sending one renewal and up to three reminders each year. Our systems scan back two years for lapsed subscribers, sending the first notice to their agent, if applicable, and then the second direct to the subscriber. We also offer a telemarketing service to chase lapsed subscribers and renewals.

Standard features of our subscription management service include:

• Publishers retain full ownership of subscription data.
• We operate publisher policies so that we always adhere to your rules regarding pricing, discounts, online access, refunds and grace periods.
• We work in multiple currencies, $USD, £GBP and €Euro to enable you to set appropriate pricing in different regions of the world.
• Our systems manage both calendar year and any-time start subscriptions.
• We recognise that customers often purchase via an agent. We hold three addresses in our systems - bill-to, ship-to and end-user.
• We can operate distinct production schedules for print and electronic journals, allowing different gracing policies for print and online content.
• We can operate any pricing models and our flexible systems enable you to create collections and packages of products, either in print or online or both.
• We provide library consortia management processing services for orders with specialist pricing, invoicing, reporting and online access activation.

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