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  1. Appendix C

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/AppenC-HB133-05-Z.pdf
    Appendix C. Glossary A allowable difference. The amount by which the actual quantity in the package may differ from the declared quantity. Pressed and blown tumblers and stemware labeled by count and capacity are assigned an allowable difference in capacity. This is also called a tolerance. audit testing. Preliminary tests designed to quickly identify potential noncompliance units. average. The sum of a number of individual measurement values divided by the number of values. For example, the sum of the individual weights of 12 packages divided by 12 would be the average weight of those packages. average error. The sum of the individual "package errors" (defined) (considering their arithmetic sign) divided by the number of packages comprising the sample. average requirement. A requirement that the average net quantity of contents of packages in a “lot” equal...
  2. Appendix B

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/04/28/AppenB-HB133-05-Z.pdf
    Appendix B. Random Number Tables Reproduced from Million Random Digits, used with permission of the Rand Corporation, Copyright, 1955, The Free Press. The publication is available for free on the Internet at http://www.rand.org/publications/classics/randomdigits. All of the sampling plans presented in this handbook are based on the assumption that the packages constituting the sample are chosen at random from the inspection lot. Randomness in this instance means that every package in the lot has an equal chance of being selected as part of the sample. It does not matter what other packages have already been chosen, what the package net contents are, or where the package is located in the lot. To obtain a random sample, two steps are necessary. First it is necessary to identify each package in the lot of packages with a specific number whether on the shelf, in the warehouse, or coming o...
  3. Appendix A – Tables

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    Appendix A. Tables Table 1-1. Agencies Responsible for Package Regulations and Applicable Requirements Commodity Responsible Agency NIST Handbook 133 Sampling Plans Table of Maximum Allowable Variations Meat and Poultry U.S. Department of Agriculture/ Food Safety and Inspection Service and State and local weights and measures. 1. Use Table 2-1. Sampling Plans for Category A to test packages at other than point of pack. 2. Use Table 2-2. Sampling Plans for Category B to test packages in Federally inspected meat and poultry plants. Table 2-9. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Meat and Poultry, Groups and Lower Limits for Individual Packages. Foods, drugs, and cosmetics subject to the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act including those packaged at the retail store level that have been in interstate commerce (e.g., seafood) or those made with ingredients ...
  4. Handbook 133, Fourth Edition (2003)

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    Handbook 133, Fourth Edition (2005) 2004 Amendments The following table lists the laws and regulations amended by the 89th NCWM. As appropriate, the text on the cited pages indicates the changes to the section or paragraph as "Added 2004" or "Amended 2004." Unless otherwise noted, the effective date of the information “Added” or “Amended” in 2004 is January 1, 2005. L&R Committee Item No. Chapter, Section, And Title Action Page None Handbook 133, Fourth Edition (2005) 2004 Editorial Corrections Chapter, Section, And Title Action Page Chapter 3, Section 3.2: Test Procedure. Amended step 3, volumetric measure selection for milk. 26 Appendix A., Tables 2-5, 2-6, 2-8, and 2-10. Amended SI values to more closely correspond to inch-pound values. A-6 – A-12 Appendix A, Table 2-11 Table corrected by including inspection lot size...
  5. The effect of repetitive swells on metal-oxide varistors

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/pml/div684/Repetitive_swells.pdf
    The effect of repetitive swells on metal-oxide varistors Eric S. Lagergren, François D. Martzloff, Mark E. Parker, and Susannah B. Schiller National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg MD Reprinted from Proceedings, PQA’92, Atlanta GA, 1992 Significance - 2004 perspective Part 7 – Protection techniques Neither the effects of repetitive swells on metal-oxide varistors, nor the natural occurrence of swells had been documented in the literature. The paper briefly described a laboratory system capable of generating arbitrary swells and applying them to test varistors. A statistical experiment on five lots of varistors was performed and preliminary results reported. Effects of amplitude, duration, and number of swell occurrences were assessed, using as a criterion the change in varistor nominal voltage from before to after the swell sequence. The factors that ...
  6. The effect of repetitive surges on overcurrent and overvoltage protective devices

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/pml/div684/Repetitive_surges.pdf
    The effect of repetitive surges on transient overcurrent and overvoltage protective devices François D. Martzloff General Electric Company Schenectady NY Reprinted, with permission, from Proceedings, EMC Zurich Symposium, 1985 Significance Part 7 – Mitigation Techniques This paper is a condensed version, presented to an international audience, of the IEEE IAS Transactions, “Matching surge-protective devices to their environment” which is reproduced in Part 7 of the Anthology under the hyperllink “Matching environment”. THE EFFECT OF REPETITIVE SURGES ON TRANSIENT OVERCURRENT AND OVERVOLTAGE PROTECTIVE DEVICES Franqois D. Martzloff Corporate Research and Development General Electric Company Schenectady, NY 12345 INTRODUCTION The occurrence of transient overvoltages in low-voltage power circuits has been recognized, and new standards have been publishe...
  7. https://csrc.nist.gov/csrc/media/events/physical-security-testing-workshop/documents/papers/physecpaper17.pdf

    https://csrc.nist.gov/CSRC/media/Events/Physical-Security-Testing-Workshop/documents/papers/physecpaper17.pdf
    1 Experimental Results on INSTAC-8 Compliant Board Yukiyasu Tsunoo†1, Toru Hisakado†2, Etsuko Tsujihara†3, Tsutomu Matsumoto†4, Shinichi Kawamura†5, Kouichi Fujisaki†6 †1,4,5,6) JSA/INSTAC/TSRC#, †1,2) NEC Corporation, †3) Y.D.K.Co.,Ltd., †4) Yokohama National University, †5,6) TOSHIBA Corporation †1) NEC Corporation, 1753, Shimonumabe, Nakahara-ku, Kawasaki, Kanagawa 211-8666, Japan, tsunoo@BL.jp.nec.com †4) Yokohama National University, Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences, 79-7 Tokiwadai, Hodogaya, Yokohama 240-8501, Japan tsutomu@mlab.jks.ynu.ac.jp Abstract This paper presents the results of three kinds of side-channel attacks, experimentally made against software-implemented ciphers on INSTAC-8 Compliant Board. INSTAC-8 is the standard evaluation platform, newly designed by the Information Technology Resear...
  8. Table of Contents

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/03-toc-12-h130-final.pdf
    vii Table of Contents Page Foreword.......................................................................................................................................................................iii Committee Members ..................................................................................................................................................... v Past Chairmen of the Committee .................................................................................................................................. vi 2011 Amendments ........................................................................................................................................................ ix 2011 Editorial Changes ................................................................................................................................................. x I. Introductio...
  9. No Slide Title

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/3Fahim2.pdf
    Federal Building and Fire Safety Investigation of the World Trade Center Disaster Aircraft Impact Damage Analysis: Comparisons and Findings September 14, 2005 Fahim Sadek Building and Fire Research Laboratory National Institute of Standards and Technology U.S. Department of Commerce fahim.sadek@nist.gov Motion Analysis of WTC 2 after Impact Periods of Oscillation (s) Video Analysis Model (with P-∆ effects) Fundamental Mode (N-S) 11.4 11.2 Higher Mode (N-S) 3.9 4.0 Torsion 5.3 5.2 Motion Analysis of WTC 2 after Impact The estimated period of oscillation was nearly equal to the calculated first mode period of the undamaged structure, indicating that the overall lateral stiffness of the tower was not affected appreciably by the impact damage. The maximum deflection at the top of the tower was estimated to be more than 1/3 of the drift resulting from the original design wind ...
  10. https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/section-IVa-12-h130-final.pdf

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/section-IVa-12-h130-final.pdf
    Handbook 130 – 2012 Uniform Regulations 53 IV. Uniform Regulations Page A. Uniform Packaging and Labeling Regulation ...................................................................................................... 55 B. Uniform Regulation for the Method of Sale of Commodities ............................................................................ 101 C. Uniform Unit Pricing Regulation ....................................................................................................................... 135 D. Uniform Regulation for the Voluntary Registration of Servicepersons and Service Agencies for Commercial Weighing and Measuring Devices ................................................................................................. 141 E. Uniform Open Dating Regulation ..........................................................................................
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