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Standard ID JJF 1009-2006 (JJF1009-2006)
Description (Translated English) Metrological Terms and Definitions for Cap
Sector / Industry Metrology & Measurement Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard A53
Classification of International Standard 17.060
Word Count Estimation 21,212
Date of Issue 2006/12/8
Date of Implementation 2007-03-08
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) JJF 1009-1987
Administrative Organization National Flow Capacity Measurement Technical Committee
Regulation (derived from) AQSIQ Announcement No. 187 2006
Summary This standard applies to the capacity measure. Including capacity measure general terms, capacity measurement, capacity measurement standards and capacity measuring instruments and so on.

Standards related to: JJF 1009-2006

JJF 1009-2006
Metrological Terms and Definitions for Cap
National Metrology Technical Specification of the People's Republic
Capacity measurement terms and definitions
Released on.2006-12-08
2007-03-08 implementation
The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine issued
Capacity measurement terms and definitions
Replacing JJF 1009-1987
This specification was approved by the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine on December 8,.2006, and
It will take effect on March 8,.2007.
Focal Point. National Traffic Capacity Measurement Technical Committee
Drafted by. China Institute of Metrology
Liaoning Institute of Metrology
Jiangsu Institute of Metrology and Testing Technology
Shenyang Energy Measurement Institute
This specification is explained by the National Traffic Capacity Measurement Technical Committee.
The main drafters of this specification.
Liu Ziyong (China Institute of Metrology)
Zhang Yili (Liaoning Institute of Metrology)
Zhang Wei (China Institute of Metrology)
Participate in the drafters.
Huang Zhaohui (Jiangsu Institute of Metrology and Testing Technology)
Guo Ligong (China Institute of Metrology)
Yu Lin (China Institute of Metrology)
Blizzard (China Institute of Metrology)
Li Yan (Shenyang Energy Measurement Institute)
Zhuang Tao (Liaoning Institute of Metrology)
table of Contents
1 range (1)
2 Capacity measurement general terms (1)
2.1 Container (1)
2.2 Capacity (1)
2.3 Volume (1)
2.4 measuring device (1)
2.5 Measuring Gauge (1)
2.6 Measuring and Measuring Device (1)
2.7 Standard gauge (1)
2.8 Nominal capacity (1)
2.9 Capacity tolerance (1)
2.10 Verification Medium (1)
2.11 Residual amount (1)
2.12 Outflow time (1)
2.13 Waiting time (1)
2.14 Tank wall temperature (1)
2.15 liquid temperature (2)
2.16 Metering Tank (2)
3 Capacity measurement method (3)
3.1 Measurement method (3)
3.2 Capacity Comparison Method (3)
3.3 Geometric Measurement (4)
4 Capacity Measurement Standards (4)
4.1 Glass measuring device standard device (4)
4.2 Metric capacity standard device (4)
4.3 Metal measuring device standard device (4)
4.4 Metering tank volume verification device (4)
5 Capacity measuring instruments (4)
5.1 Glass measuring device (4)
5.2 Metal measuring device (5)
5.3 Oil spreader (6)
5.4 Liquid Material Quantitative Filling Machine (6)
5.5 LPG car tanker (6)
5.6 Car Oil Filling (6)
5.7 Cans and Barrels (6)
5.8 Fuel dispenser (7)
5.9 Workloader (7)
5.10 Level Gauge (7)
5.11 Vertical metal can radial deviation measuring instrument (7)
5.12 Static pressure tank measuring device (7)
5.13 Vertical Metal Cans (7)
5.14 Horizontal Metal Cans (8)
5.15 spherical metal cans (8)
5.16 Railway Tank Cars (8)
5.17 Liquid cargo metering compartment (9)
Appendix A Chinese Index (10)
Appendix B English Index (13)
Capacity measurement terms and definitions
1 Scope
This specification is a commonly used term and definition for capacity measurement, including general terms for capacity measurement, capacity measurement methods, and capacity.
Volume measurement standards and capacity measurement instruments.
2 Capacity measurement general terminology
2.1 container container
An appliance that holds a substance (liquid, gas or solid particles).
2.2 capacity capacity
The amount (volume or mass) of material that can be contained in a container under certain conditions.
2.3 volume volume
The volume of space within the container that can hold the substance.
2.4 gauge measuringcontainer
A container having a certain volume and which can be used as a measuring instrument.
2.5 measuring gauge measuringcontainer (tocontain)
A gauge for measuring the volume of liquid in the injector (drying of the inner wall).
2.6 Measuring gauge measuringcontainer(todeliver)
A gauge for measuring the volume of liquid discharged from the inside of the gauge.
2.7 standard gauge standardmeasuringcontainer
The structure meets certain requirements and can be used as a measuring instrument for the capacity measurement of the national capacity. Standard gauge
And standard metal gauges.
2.8 nominal capacity nominalcapacity
The capacity value marked on the gauge according to the capacity of the gauge.
2.9 capacity tolerance capacitypermissibleerror
The maximum allowable error for the capacity specified for different classifiers.
2.10 verification medium calibrationliquid
The liquid used for the gauge check.
2.11 Residual amount remainingliquid
The amount of liquid remaining on the inner wall surface of the gauge after the internal liquid of the gauge is discharged within a prescribed time.
2.12 outflow time dischargingtime
In order to ensure the measurement accuracy of the measuring device, the total liquid outflow time in the specified measuring device.
2.13 Waiting time waitingtime
In order to allow the residual liquid on the inner wall of the measuring device to fully flow out for a prescribed period of time.
2.14 tank wall temperature temperatureoftankshel
The average wall temperature of the gauge.