Measuring device for<bRdecomposition products

Measuring device for different decomposition products and gas residues For precise measurement. 3-032-R003 During the operation of gas insulated switchgear decomposition products might occur after a breakdown which has a negative impact on the gas quality in the circuit breaker as well as on the insulation properties.Get price

insulating gas gas handling - DILO

What are the most important factors of quality criteria for SF 6 gas in gas insulated switchgear (GIS)?. The following is of great importance: gas density, moisture concentration, decomposition products, gas purity (air concentration) which are determined by means of special SF 6 measuring instruments as well as gas density controllers.Get price

New Zealand’s productivity growth: Component and industry

Table 1 summarises the variables used in the aggregate labour productivity growth decomposition and how each was calculated using Statistics New Zealand data . For more details of the source data, see Meehan (2014) and Statistics New Zealand (2014).Get price

Thresholds and Classifications - EPA

The Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act 1996 (HSNO Act) reforms and restates the law relating to the management of hazardous substances and new organisms in New Zealand. With particular reference to hazardous substances, the HSNO Act replaced the Dangerous Goods Act 1974, Explosives Act 1957,Get price

2.0 Approvals, hazard classifications and controls

Every hazardous substance imported into New Zealand or manufactured in New Zealand must be approved under the HSNO Act and have an approval number. Most products that small businesses use are approved under group standards. These are approvals for similar substances or products with a similar use (eg HSR002530 Cleaning Products).Get price

Seismic Assessment of Existing Buildings – Section C3

The basis for the derivation of ULS seismic demand is the New Zealand earthquake loadings standard NZS 1170.5:2004 and Module 1 of the New Zealand Geotechnical and Society Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering Practice series (NZGS/MBIE, 2016). These are assumed to define 100%ULS seismicGet price

New Zealand’s total greenhouse gas emissions by sector

New Zealand’s Greenhouse Gas Inventory is the official annual report of all anthropogenic (human induced) emissions and removals of greenhouse gases in New Zealand. The inventory measures New Zealand’s progress against obligations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol. The 2020 inventoryGet price

Review of NZ Buildings Standards (Codes)

comply with a number of New Zealand Standards referenced in B1/VM1. The vast majority of structures designed in New Zealand follow the B1/VM1 pathway, so the changes in Standards generally are reflected by changes in construction. However, the date of publication of a Standard is not necessarily the date at which design changes are made. In fact,Get price

Review of Accountabilities - Ministry of Defence

of all the agencies involved in New Zealand’s national security. ES.3 The question of whether there should be two defence organisations or one, will depend both on the degree of integration required by Ministers and on whether they will be prepared to revise the Defence Act 1990. Since the problem is cultural and attitudinal as well asGet price

(PDF) Analytical techniques for measuring nitrous oxide

tolytic decomposition of N. 2 –O in the stratosphere, the major sink. ment of new methods for measuring N. 2. O. In addition to these. accuracy requirements, the ideal N. 2.Get price

USER’S GUIDE TO NZS 4230:2004

information explaining the rationale for new or altered clauses within the new Standard, and to demonstrate the procedure in which it is intended that the new Standard be used. 1.1 Background The New Zealand masonry design standard was first introduced in 1985 as a provisional Standard NZS 4230P:1985.Get price

New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre

Measurement. Aim: to validate a rapid, low cost system for measuring methane. Lead research organisation. DairyNZ. Latest progress. New project in 16/17Get price

2011 NZ Generation Data Update

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Working safely with hazardous substances

Around 150,000 workplaces throughout New Zealand use hazardous substances. The risks they cause are often taken for granted. For example, common hazardous substances like commercial cleaning products, paints, adhesives, acids, bases and solvents can cause serious harm if not used safely.Get price

ONLY TO BE USED FOR SEISMIC ASSESSMENTS OUTSIDE THE EPB

Employment, the Earthquake Commission, the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering, the Structural Engineering Society and the New Zealand Geotechnical Society. Errata and other technical developments will be notified via www.EQ-Assess.org.nz Document Feedback Please go to www.EQ-Assess.org.nz to provide feedback or to request furtherGet price

NZS 1170.5:2004 site subsoil classification of Wellington City

14-16 April, 2011, Auckland, New Zealand Paper Number 007 NZS 1170.5:2004 site subsoil classification of Wellington City S. Semmens1, N.D. Perrin2, G. Dellow2 R. Van Dissen2 1AECOM, Auckland, New Zealand. 2GNS Science, Lower Hutt, New Zealand. ABSTRACT: Wellington has an appreciable seismic risk due to the proximity of itsGet price

Auckland Regional Landfill

Intensity Measure. A measure of the level of ground shaking. For example, Peak Ground Acceleration (PGA). M. w. Moment magnitude. NSHM . National Seismic Hazard Model for New Zealand. The 2002 version forms the basis for the New Zealand standard for earthquake loading NZS1170.5:2004. The latest published version is the 2010 NSHM (Stirling et alGet price

NZ Transport Agency research report 381

Private Bag 6995, Wellington 6141, New Zealand Telephone 64 4 894 5400; facsimile 64 4 894 6100 [email protected] www.nzta.govt.nz G Arnold, G Salt, D Stevens, S Werkmeister, D Alabaster and G van Blerk (2009) Compliance testing using the Falling Weight Deflectometer for pavement construction, rehabilitation and area-wide treatments. NZGet price

Overview » Seismic Resilience

Foundations – overview. This topic looks at the types of foundations commonly used in New Zealand buildings, what makes them more or less susceptible to the effects of seismic forces and some of the basic design principles that help ensure foundations protect the above-ground structure.Get price

From design to reliable structures

background to the development of the new Australia -New Zealand standard for Composite Steel-Concrete Buildings, AS/NZS 2327. As part of the significant development of this standard which deals with composite slabs, beams, columns and systems a range of reliability studies were carried out in accordance with ISO 2394 .Get price

Seismic Assessment of Existing Buildings – Section C4

intended that these guidelines and the joint New Zealand Geotechnical Society/Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment modules (described in Section . C4.1.2. below) will be updated periodically to incorporate new advances in the field. However, these updates will, naturally, lag behind the very latest advances.Get price

Data | Relative contribution of emission sources

Oct 16, 2018 · Burning wood and coal for home heating, road motor vehicle use, industrial activities, and household outdoor burning are the key human-made sources of air pollutants in New Zealand. These pollutants have a range of health effects. Measuring the relative contribution of each source helps us understand their pressures on our air quality.Get price

Review of National Seismic Hazard Model – New Zealand

In 2015 MBIE commissioned an independent international panel of experts to review the New Zealand National Seismic Hazard Model (NSHM). The panel issued their final report to MBIE in April 2017 which looked at: The governance and resourcing, of the NSHM. Hazard estimate stability of the NSHM.Get price

Revealing Hidden Deformation Sources in New Zealand: a Novel

Monitoring strain accumulation in active deformation zones is vital for studying and preparing for earthquake hazards. New Zealand straddles the complicated boundary between the obliquely converging Australian and Pacific plates. The motion is accommodated largely along the Alpine Fault in the south, through the Marlborough fault system and onto the Hikurangi trench in the north. In additionGet price

Compliance Document for New Zealand Building Code: Clause B1

Building Act 2004. A Compliance Document is for use in establishing compliance with the New Zealand Building Code. A person who complies with a Compliance Document will be treated as having complied with the provisions of the Building Code to which the Compliance Document relates. However, a Compliance Document is only one method of complying withGet price

RR 504 Seismic design of New Zealand highway bridges under

NZ Transport Agency Private Bag 6995, Wellington 6141, New Zealand Telephone 64 4 894 5400; facsimile 64 4 894 6100 [email protected] www.nzta.govt.nzGet price

Reform of Hazardous Substances Management under the HSNO Act

and Safety Act, with modifications to take account of differences in the New Zealand context.] Importation in relation to any goods, means the arrival of the goods in New Zealand in any manner, whether lawfully or unlawfully, from a point outside New Zealand [source: Customs and Excise Act 1996].Get price

Horsepower - Wikipedia

Indicated horsepower was a better measure of engine power than nominal horsepower (nhp) because it took account of steam pressure. But unlike later measures such as shaft horsepower (shp) and brake horsepower (bhp), it did not take into account power losses due to the machinery internal frictional losses, such as a piston sliding within theGet price

CALCuLATE And CuT yOuR EmiSSiOnS, And LiFT PROFiTS

participating in the proposed new Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme (nZETS) will be part of a regulatory market. in contrast to voluntary initiatives, these organisations must measure and report their emissions in accordance with the Climate Change Response Act legislation and regulations. Organisations affected by the proposed nZETS should seekGet price

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