IEC-60216-1 Electrical insulating materials - Thermal endurance properties - Part 1: Ageing procedures and evaluation of test results

IEC-60216-1 - EDITION 6.0 - CURRENT
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IEC 60216-1:2013 specifies the general ageing conditions and procedures to be used for deriving thermal endurance characteristics and gives guidance in using the detailed instructions and guidelines in the other parts of the standard. Although originally developed for use with electrical insulating materials and simple combinations of such materials, the procedures are considered to be of more general applicability and are widely used in the assessment of materials not intended for use as electrical insulation. In the application of this standard, it is assumed that a practically linear relationship exists between the logarithm of the time required to cause the predetermined property change and the reciprocal of the corresponding absolute temperature (Arrhenius relationship). For the valid application of the standard, no transition, in particular no first-order transition should occur in the temperature range under study. This sixth edition cancels and replaces the fifth edition, published in 2001. It constitutes an editorial revision where the simplified method has been removed and now forms Part 8 of the IEC 60216 series: Instructions for calculating thermal endurance characteristics using simplified procedures.
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Document Number

IEC 60216-1 Ed. 6.0 b:2013

Revision Level

EDITION 6.0

Status

Current

Publication Date

March 15, 2013

Committee Number

112