The following CIMAC Recommendations have been prepared by the CIMAC Working Groups. CIMAC Recommendations are the most formal CIMAC publications prepared by the CIMAC Working Groups, aimed typically at the description of a technical matter, giving background information and providing recommendations as to how to deal with the topic. It can be taken as a kind of an industry standard and might be taken as the basis for later co-operation with other organisations in the standardisation area.
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CIMAC Recommendation 05 | Recommendations for supercharged diesel engines (1971)
Part I: Engine de-rating on account of ambient conditions.Part II: Engine acceptance tests.The determination of the power of turbocharged internal combustion engines under site conditions which are...
CIMAC Recommendation 04 | Recommendations for SI units for diesel engine and gas turbines (1975)
The purpose for this recommendation is to list symbols and SI units for use in Internal Combustion Engines. The recommendations and selections of units are based on the following ISO...
CIMAC Recommendation 03 | Recommendations of measurement for the overall noise of reciprocating engines (1970)
The recommendation outlines standardized procedures to determine the noise radiated by reciprocating engines to the surrounding air, so as to ensure comparable results. The recommendation applies...
CIMAC Recommendation 02 | Recommendation for Gas Turbine Acceptance Test
The purpose of this recommendation is to provide standard procedures and rules for the conductance and reporting of acceptance tests in order to determine: power, thermal efficiency and other...
CIMAC Recommendation 01 | Recommendations for diesel engine acceptance tests (1968)
The aim of the present recommendation is to establish unified regulations for the preparation, execution and interpretation of acceptance tests. The acceptance tests have the general aim of...