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test method

a method chosen for experimental testing or study by means of method evaluation.
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The development and validation of a test method requires an overall understanding of the materials, processes, and design of the products being evaluated.
Design of Experiments, an effective QbD tool is used in the development of test methods to create the operability region for the method by first running a screening design to test the effects of various candidate test method variables.
It has taken over 10 years to develop a single frost resistance test method; instead of different test methods, the frost resistance is now based on the number of damage free cycles the products achieve during the assessment.
INDA, the Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, in conjunction with EDANA, has released the 2012 edition of the Harmonized Test Methods.
The proposed standard, ASTM WK38233, Test Method for Dirt Pick-Up Resistance for the Films of Architectural Paints and Stains, is currently being developed by Subcommittee D01.
2 Test methods for solar water heaters and combisystems.
ICCVAM is a congressionally mandated committee that does not have laboratories and does not develop test methods or conduct validation studies.
Prior to adoption of ASTM D7191-05, "Standard Test Method for Determination of Moisture in Plastics by Relative Humidity Sensor," Karl Fisher "wet" titration was the only approved method for moisture specific testing of plastics.
This test method is now under review because it is very severe and all single-layer, lightweight fabrics will register a skin burn.
In recognition of its importance, ASTM International issued a new standard test method for cross-linking, F2214-02: Standard Test Method for In Situ Determination of Network Parameters of Crosslinked Ultra-High Molecular-Weight Polyethylene.
In Canada on July 1, 2002, and in the cyanurate roof insulation manufacturers adopted a new test method for predicting long-term thermal resistance values, now commonly referred to as LTTR-values or just LTTR.