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Fire is a general term describing a system with many interacting processes. These interrelationships are often complex and can be analyzed only in part and then only in welldefined situations. A fire test is a procedure designed to mesure or assess the response of a material, product, structure or system to one or more aspects of fire. Results of fire test provide information to assist the assessment and control of fire hazards and form only one of a number of factors which need to be taken into account. With regard to the types of fire test, in particular to combustion characteristics tests, reference is made to Clause 5 of IEC Publication 695-1-1: Fire Hazard Testing, Part 1: Guidance for the Preparation of Requirements and Test Specifications for Assessing Fire Hazard of Electrotechnical Products, General Guidance.
|Nederlandse titel||Brandbaarheid van elektrotechnische produkten - Deel 3: Voorbeelden van brandbaarheidsproeven en interpretatie van de resultaten - Verbrandingseigenschappen en overzicht van de bijbehorende beproevingsmethoden|
|Engelse titel||Fire hazard testing of electrotechnical products - Part 3: Examples of fire hazard assessment procedures and interpretation of results - Combustion characteristics and survey of test methods for their determination|