Native Instruments FORM 1.1 (Full Crack)
once load-deflection data (a) has been acquired from the equipment, then a suitable software must be used to plot load-deflection curves (fig. 5). three important characteristics should be demonstrated by the plot: (a) maximum load-deflection; (b) load-deflection levels; and (c) stabilised load-deflection level. the aforementioned characteristics are illustrated in fig. 6. a choice of data curve fitting software packages should be used to process the load-deflection data.
during activation, the equipment must be fully de-energised and allow exhaust to freely escape. when the equipment is fully charged, the activating agent (gas) should be injected at the measured rate and continued until the excess leakage rate has stabilised as shown in fig. 7. due to the limitations on the size of the environment required to perform the test (width, length and height), the test can only be performed in a laboratory environment. if the test is performed in a confined space or inside a building, it is recommended that only one room or site be used for the test. to ensure that the test is performed correctly, two gas sensors should be located next to the equipment under test so that the gas reaches the equipment first and then the sensors. in addition, local exhaust gas suppression (egs) should be installed next to the equipment that may be used for exhaust gas suppression. if the equipment under test can be plugged-in without being fully activated, then the equipment can be connected to an egs unit through the equipment to be tested.
if the equipment has not been previously subjected to a static air-pressure test, then the static pressure should first be measured. if the equipment under test has been subjected to a static air-pressure test then the percentage variation in the static pressure value may be taken from the test report. the unit of measurement depends on the test method used. however, the equipment under test may or may not be at or near the same pressure prior to the test. if the unit of measurement is relative, then this will depend on the test and air-pressure systems used by the equipment manufacturer.