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Deutsch: ASTM International erteilt gemäß Anfrage die Erlaubnis die beigefügte Zeichnung auf Wikipedia und Wikimedia Commons unter der Voraussetzung zu reproduzieren dass folgender Urhebertext mit eingesetzt wird: “Erneut, mit Erlaubnis, gedruckt, von der Norm: E3134-17 Standard Specification for Transportation Tunnel Structural Components and Passive Fire Protection Systems, Copyright ASTM International, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428 Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika. Eine Kopie der kompletten Norm ist durch ASTM International, http://www.astm.org erhältlich." Diese Temperaturkurve läuft außen um alle international bekannten Hochtemperaturkurven herum. Für den Tunnelbereich, sowie für Anlagen die mit Kohlenwasserstoffsubstanzen arbeiten, gibt es international verschiedene Kurven. Die mit der höchsten Temperature, ist die niederländische RWS, entstanden durch das Eureka Projekt Eurotun, Dr. Ekkehard Richter, TU Braunschweig. Allerdings haben dabei die zwei deutschen RABT Kurven, sowie die französische Kohlenwasserstoffkurven hier Ausläufer, wobei zeitweise die RWS Kurve den anderen Kurven unterliegt. MOAC "Mother of all Curves", läuft, wie gesagt, außen drum herum. Sofern die Prüfungsöfen also identisch mit Thermoelementen instrumentiert sind, oder sofern man Einigkeit über die Ofenthermoelemente hat, und man prüft gemäß MOAC, deckt man damit ALLES ANDERE ab. Das größte Thema in Sachen Ofenthermoelemente ist ob man, wie in Nordamerika Pflicht, die Thermoelemente in Inconelröhren steckt. Allerdings kommt man bei MOAC sowie bei RWS nicht schnell genug auf Temperatur. Man muss also offene und schnell reagierende Thermoelemente einsetzen, sonst funktioniert das Ganze einfach nicht. Die Kurve ist allerdings so schlimm, dass die Verschärfung mittels Inconelröhren kein Thema mehr ist.
English: ASTM International grants permission to reproduce the attached figure on Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons as requested below provided the following credit line is used: “Reprinted, with permission, from E3134-17 Standard Specification for Transportation Tunnel Structural Components and Passive Fire Protection Systems, copyright ASTM International, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428. A copy of the complete standard may be obtained from ASTM International, http://www.astm.org." This time/temperature curve runs around the outside of all internationally known high temperature curves. For use in tunnels as well as facilities that process hydrocarbons, there are different international curves. The one curve with the highest temperature, is the Dutch RWS, created as a result of the Eureka Project Eurotun, Dr. Ekkehard Richter, TU Braunschweig. However, the two German RABT curves, as well as the French hydrocarbon curves edge out RWS in spots, whereby they defeat RWS for short periods of time. MOAC "Mother of all Curves", as indicated, runs around the outside of all of the other curves. Presuming that the furnaces are identically instrumented, or, presuming agreement concerning furnace instrumentation, when testing to MOAC, one covers EVERYTHING ELSE. The biggest topic in terms of furnace thermocouples is whether, as is mandatory in North America, the thermocouples are inserted into Inconel tubes. However, it is not possible to hit RWS or MOAC quickly enough with shielded thermocouples. One must, therefore, use fast response, open furnace thermocouples, otherwise the whole thing does not work. On the other hand, this curve is so severe that the added stress on test samples as a result of the use of shielded thermocouples is negated.
Date 18 June 2013
Source ASTM E05.11
Author Vanessa A. Hering

Von: Hooper, Kathe Gesendet: Mittwoch, 11. Juli 2018 17:26 An: Cc: O'Toole, Thomas; Drennen, Lisa Betreff: FW: Requesting outside publication permission - MOAC curve

Dear Mr. Hering,

This is in response to your email of 25 May 2018 to Tom O’Toole and Lisa Drennen.

ASTM International grants permission to reproduce the attached figure on Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons as requested below provided the following credit line is used: “Reprinted, with permission, from E3134-17 Standard Specification for Transportation Tunnel Structural Components and Passive Fire Protection Systems, copyright ASTM International, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428. A copy of the complete standard may be obtained from ASTM International, www.astm.org."

Thank you.

Kindest regards, Kathe


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