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 ^  Category ​ ^  Description ​ ^  References ​ ^ ^  Category ​ ^  Description ​ ^  References ​ ^
 ^ Standard characteristic | Characteristic that is not assigned to any of the following categories. | – | ^ Standard characteristic | Characteristic that is not assigned to any of the following categories. | – |
-^ Special characteristic | A critical characteristic that deserves special attention. If the implementation of the characteristic does not correspond to the drawing specifications,​ a potential risk to functions (operational safety, interchangeability,​ service life, etc.) has to be expected to a great extent.\\ \\ Example of tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_besondere_merkmale.png?​direct&420| }} | – | +^ Special characteristic | A critical characteristic that deserves special attention. If the implementation of the characteristic does not correspond to the drawing specifications,​ a potential risk to functions (operational safety, interchangeability,​ service life, etc.) has to be expected to a great extent.\\ \\ Example of tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_besondere_merkmale.png?​nolink&420| }} | – | 
-^ Auxiliary measurement | Measurement that is not required for the geometric determination of a part and is not considered an integral part of the contract.\\ \\ Example for the tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_hilfsmasse.png?​direct&420| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992-12 | +^ Auxiliary measurement | Measurement that is not required for the geometric determination of a part and is not considered an integral part of the contract.\\ \\ Example for the tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_hilfsmasse.png?​nolink&420| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992-12 | 
-^ Rough measurement | Measurement that refers to the initial state of an object.\\ \\ Example for the tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_rohmasse.png?​direct&420| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992-12 | +^ Rough measurement | Measurement that refers to the initial state of an object.\\ \\ Example for the tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_rohmasse.png?​nolink&420| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992-12 | 
-^ Theoretically accurate measurement | Measurement for indication of the geometrically ideal (theoretically precise) position or shape of the dimensioned shape element.\\ \\ Example for the tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_theoretisch_genaue_masse.png?​direct&420| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992-12 | +^ Theoretically accurate measurement | Measurement for indication of the geometrically ideal (theoretically precise) position or shape of the dimensioned shape element.\\ \\ Example for the tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_theoretisch_genaue_masse.png?​nolink&420| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992-12 | 
-^ Test measurement | Measurement that must be given special attention when determining the extent of the test / test accuracy.\\ \\ Example for the tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_pruefmasse.png?​direct&420| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992-12 |+^ Test measurement | Measurement that must be given special attention when determining the extent of the test / test accuracy.\\ \\ Example for the tagging:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_pruefmasse.png?​nolink&420| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992-12 |
  
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 The business processes within manufacturing companies are controlled using management systems. Today, these are almost completely realized with powerful information systems. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is the higher-level control system of a company. The efficient use of resources is planned and controlled with this, see the following figure; resources can include capital, personnel, resources, infrastructure,​ materials, etc. The business processes within manufacturing companies are controlled using management systems. Today, these are almost completely realized with powerful information systems. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is the higher-level control system of a company. The efficient use of resources is planned and controlled with this, see the following figure; resources can include capital, personnel, resources, infrastructure,​ materials, etc.
  
-{{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​lenkung_der_fertigung.png?​direct&700 |}}+{{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​lenkung_der_fertigung.png?​nolink&700 |}}
  
 The personnel resources (management,​ process engineers, maintenance personnel, machine operators, etc.) and material resources (production means: manufacturing equipment, measurement devices, transportation means, packaging materials etc.) on the production level must be managed preferably in real time due to the continuously increasing complexity, speed and quality requirements of adequately efficient management information systems. The ERP system is unsuitable for process-oriented,​ process-specific tasks due to the requirements of company-wide data management (size, "​inertia"​). Task-related management systems are therefore interposed between the corporate management and production level. Collectively these are referred to as the **Manufacturing Execution System** (MES). MES functionalities support, among other things, detailed planning, implementation and control of production processes. The personnel resources (management,​ process engineers, maintenance personnel, machine operators, etc.) and material resources (production means: manufacturing equipment, measurement devices, transportation means, packaging materials etc.) on the production level must be managed preferably in real time due to the continuously increasing complexity, speed and quality requirements of adequately efficient management information systems. The ERP system is unsuitable for process-oriented,​ process-specific tasks due to the requirements of company-wide data management (size, "​inertia"​). Task-related management systems are therefore interposed between the corporate management and production level. Collectively these are referred to as the **Manufacturing Execution System** (MES). MES functionalities support, among other things, detailed planning, implementation and control of production processes.
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 ^  Class  ^  Symbol/​​tag ​ ^  Description ​ ^  References\\ (Selection) ​ ^  ID  ^^ ^  Class  ^  Symbol/​​tag ​ ^  Description ​ ^  References\\ (Selection) ​ ^  ID  ^^
 ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  ELIAS  ^  [[en:​infra-convert:​dev:​export:​dfd#​K2009]] ​ ^ ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  ELIAS  ^  [[en:​infra-convert:​dev:​export:​dfd#​K2009]] ​ ^
-^ Length |  –  | Linear expansion of a geometric element or linear distance between geometric elements.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_laenge.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:​1992\\ • DIN 406-12:​1992\\ • DIN EN ISO 286-1:2010 |  0  |  200  | +^ Length |  –  | Linear expansion of a geometric element or linear distance between geometric elements.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_laenge.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:​1992\\ • DIN 406-12:​1992\\ • DIN EN ISO 286-1:2010 |  0  |  200  | 
-^ Angle |  –  | Difference in the direction of two half-lines in the plane originating from a common point\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Degrees\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_winkel.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:​1992\\ • DIN 406-12:​1992\\ • DIN 1315:1982 |  2  |  203  | +^ Angle |  –  | Difference in the direction of two half-lines in the plane originating from a common point\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Degrees\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_winkel.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:​1992\\ • DIN 406-12:​1992\\ • DIN 1315:1982 |  2  |  203  | 
-^ Coordinates |  –  | Designation of the positions of points in the range. The coordinate measurements relate to a coordinate origin. Cartesian and polar coordinate systems are mostly used.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_koordinaten.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 406-11:1992 |  65  |  117  |+^ Coordinates |  –  | Designation of the positions of points in the range. The coordinate measurements relate to a coordinate origin. Cartesian and polar coordinate systems are mostly used.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_koordinaten.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 406-11:1992 |  65  |  117  |
 ^ X coordinate |  –  | Length measurement on the X axis in a Cartesian coordinate system.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres | • DIN 406-11:1992 |  57  |  120  | ^ X coordinate |  –  | Length measurement on the X axis in a Cartesian coordinate system.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres | • DIN 406-11:1992 |  57  |  120  |
 ^ Y coordinate |  –  | Length measurement on the Y axis in a Cartesian coordinate system.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres | • DIN 406-11:1992 |  58  |  121  | ^ Y coordinate |  –  | Length measurement on the Y axis in a Cartesian coordinate system.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres | • DIN 406-11:1992 |  58  |  121  |
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 ^  Class  ^  Symbol/​​tag ​ ^  Description ​ ^  References\\ (Selection) ​ ^  ID  ^^ ^  Class  ^  Symbol/​​tag ​ ^  Description ​ ^  References\\ (Selection) ​ ^  ID  ^^
 ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  ELIAS  ^  [[en:​infra-convert:​dev:​export:​dfd#​K2009]] ​ ^ ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  ELIAS  ^  [[en:​infra-convert:​dev:​export:​dfd#​K2009]] ​ ^
-^ Radius |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_radius.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Distance between the centre of a circle and the circumference.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_radius.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 250:2002\\ • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  1  |  201  | +^ Radius |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_radius.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Distance between the centre of a circle and the circumference.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_radius.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 250:2002\\ • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  1  |  201  | 
-^ Spherical radius |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_sphaerischer_radius.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Distance between the centre of a sphere and the sphere surface.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_sphaerischer_radius.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 250:2002\\ • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  80  |  210  | +^ Spherical radius |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_sphaerischer_radius.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Distance between the centre of a sphere and the sphere surface.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_sphaerischer_radius.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 250:2002\\ • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  80  |  210  | 
-^ Diameter |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_durchmesser.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Largest possible distance between two points on a circumference.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_durchmesser.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  2  |  202  | +^ Diameter |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_durchmesser.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Largest possible distance between two points on a circumference.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_durchmesser.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  2  |  202  | 
-^ Spherical diameter |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_sphaerischer_durchmesser.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Largest possible distance between two points on a sphere surface.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_sphaerischer_durchmesser.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  81  |  210  | +^ Spherical diameter |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_sphaerischer_durchmesser.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Largest possible distance between two points on a sphere surface.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_sphaerischer_durchmesser.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  81  |  210  | 
-^ Square |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_quadrat.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Edge length of a square shape.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_quadrat.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  82  |  –  | +^ Square |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_quadrat.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Edge length of a square shape.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_quadrat.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  82  |  –  | 
-^ Width across flats |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_schluesselweite.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Distance between two parallel surfaces, which is mostly used for positioning wrenches.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_schluesselweite.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  83  |  −  | +^ Width across flats |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_schluesselweite.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Distance between two parallel surfaces, which is mostly used for positioning wrenches.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_schluesselweite.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  83  |  −  | 
-^ Slope (gradient) |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_dreieck.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Slope ratio of an oblique line or area.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_neigung_verhaeltnis.png?​direct&​420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  84  |  −  | +^ Slope (gradient) |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_dreieck.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Slope ratio of an oblique line or area.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ Example:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_neigung_verhaeltnis.png?​nolink400 ​| }} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  84  |  −  | 
-^ Slope (gradient) in % |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_dreieck.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Slope ratio of an oblique line or area.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Percent\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_neigung.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  85  |  −  | +^ Slope (gradient) in % |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_dreieck.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Slope ratio of an oblique line or area.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Percent\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_neigung.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  85  |  −  | 
-^ Tapering |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_kegel.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Slope ratio of a pointed or blunt cone or flat surfaces standing symmetrically at an angle to each other.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_verjuengung.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 406-11:1992 |  86  |  –  | +^ Tapering |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_kegel.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Slope ratio of a pointed or blunt cone or flat surfaces standing symmetrically at an angle to each other.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_verjuengung.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 406-11:1992 |  86  |  –  | 
-^ Tapering in % |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_kegel.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Slope ratio of a pointed or blunt cone or flat surfaces standing symmetrically at an angle to each other.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Percent\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_verjuengung_prozent.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 406-11:1992 |  87  |  –  | +^ Tapering in % |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_kegel.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Slope ratio of a pointed or blunt cone or flat surfaces standing symmetrically at an angle to each other.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Percent\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_verjuengung_prozent.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 406-11:1992 |  87  |  –  | 
-^ Cone angle |  –  | Point angle of a pointed or blunt cone.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Degrees\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kegelwinkel.png?​direct&420|}} | – |  6  |  206  | +^ Cone angle |  –  | Point angle of a pointed or blunt cone.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Degrees\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kegelwinkel.png?​nolink&420|}} | – |  6  |  206  | 
-^ Arc |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_bogen.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Length of an arched line.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_bogen.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  88  |  −  | +^ Arc |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_bogen.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Length of an arched line.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_bogen.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  88  |  −  | 
-^ Ellipse large ∅ |  –  | Largest diameter of an ellipse.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_ellipse_grosser_durchmesser.png?​direct&420|}} | – |  5  |  204  | +^ Ellipse large ∅ |  –  | Largest diameter of an ellipse.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_ellipse_grosser_durchmesser.png?​nolink&420|}} | – |  5  |  204  | 
-^ Ellipse small ∅ |  –  | Smallest diameter of an ellipse.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_ellipse_kleiner_durchmesser.png?​direct&420|}} | – |  4  |  205  |+^ Ellipse small ∅ |  –  | Smallest diameter of an ellipse.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_ellipse_kleiner_durchmesser.png?​nolink&420|}} | – |  4  |  205  |
  
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 ^  Class  ^  Symbol/​​tag ​ ^  Description ​ ^  References\\ (Selection) ​ ^  ID  ^^ ^  Class  ^  Symbol/​​tag ​ ^  Description ​ ^  References\\ (Selection) ​ ^  ID  ^^
 ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  ELIAS  ^  [[en:​infra-convert:​dev:​export:​dfd#​K2009]] ​ ^ ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  ELIAS  ^  [[en:​infra-convert:​dev:​export:​dfd#​K2009]] ​ ^
-^ Straightness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_geradheit.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible shape deviation of a line or group of lines from a reference line or reference lines.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_geradheit-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 12780-1:​2014 |  7  |  100  | +^ Straightness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_geradheit.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible shape deviation of a line or group of lines from a reference line or reference lines.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_geradheit-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 12780-1:​2014 |  7  ​| ​ 100  | 
-^ Flatness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_ebenheit.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible shape deviation of a surface from a reference plane.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_ebenheit-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 12781-1:​2011 |  8  |  101  | +^ ::: |  :::  | **Straightness (shape ⌀)**\\ The tolerance range has a circular cross-section,​ see example. \\ \\ **Anmerkung** Available from program version 1.4.2.1 | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 12780-1:​2014 |  121  ​| ​ 100  | 
-^ Roundness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_rundheit.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible shape deviation of a circular line or group of circular lines from a reference circle or reference circles.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_rundheit-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 12781-1:​2011 |  9  |  102  | +^ Flatness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_ebenheit.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible shape deviation of a surface from a reference plane.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_ebenheit-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 12781-1:​2011 |  8  |  101  | 
-^ Cylindricity |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_zylinderform.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible shape deviation of a cylindrical surface from a reference cylinder.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_zylindrizitaet-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 12180-1:​2011 |  10  |  103  | +^ Roundness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_rundheit.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible shape deviation of a circular line or group of circular lines from a reference circle or reference circles.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_rundheit-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 12781-1:​2011 |  9  |  102  | 
-^ Line profile |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_linienprofil.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible deviation of a profile line or group of profile lines from a reference line profile or from reference line profiles.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_profilform_linie-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 1660:2013 |  11  |  104  | +^ Cylindricity |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_zylinderform.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible shape deviation of a cylindrical surface from a reference cylinder.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_zylindrizitaet-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 12180-1:​2011 |  10  |  103  | 
-^ Surface profile |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_flaechenprofil.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible deviation of a profile surface from a reference surface profile.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_profilform_flaeche-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 1660:2013 |  12  |  105  | +^ Line profile |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_linienprofil.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible deviation of a profile line or group of profile lines from a reference line profile or from reference line profiles.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_profilform_linie-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 1660:2013 |  11  |  104  | 
-^ Parallelism |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_parallelitaet.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible deviation in direction of a line, group of lines or plane from one or several reference lines or plane(s) oriented parallel to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_parallelität-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  13  |  108  | +^ Surface profile |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_flaechenprofil.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible deviation of a profile surface from a reference surface profile.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_profilform_flaeche-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 1660:2013 |  12  |  105  | 
-^ Perpendicularity |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_rechtwinkligkeit.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible deviation in direction of a line, group of lines or plane from one or several reference lines or plane(s) oriented perpendicular to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_rechtwinkligkeit-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  14  |  107  | +^ Parallelism |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_parallelitaet.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible deviation in direction of a line, group of lines or plane from one or several reference lines or plane(s) oriented parallel to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_parallelität-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  13  ​| ​ 108  | 
-^ Inclination |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_neigung.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible deviation in direction of a line, group of lines or plane from one or several reference lines or plane(s) oriented angular (but not perpendicular) to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_neigung-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  15  |  106  | +^ ::: |  :::  | **Parallelism (shape ⌀)**\\ The tolerance range has a circular cross-section.\\ \\ **Note** Available from program version 1.4.2.1 | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 12780-1:​2014 |  122  ​| ​ 108  | 
-^ Position |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_position.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible positional deviation of a point, axis or plane from a reference point, reference line or plane positioned to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_position-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 5458:1999 |  22  |  109  | +^ Perpendicularity |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_rechtwinkligkeit.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible deviation in direction of a line, group of lines or plane from one or several reference lines or plane(s) oriented perpendicular to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_rechtwinkligkeit-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  14  ​| ​ 107  | 
-^ Concentricity |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_konzentrizitaet.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible positional deviation of a point from a reference point concentric to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_konzentrizitaet-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  21  |  110  | +^ ::: |  :::  | **Perpendicularity (shape ⌀)**\\ The tolerance range has a circular cross-section,​ see example.\\ \\ **Note** Available from program version 1.4.2.1 | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 12780-1:​2014 |  123  ​| ​ 107  | 
-^ Coaxiality |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_konzentrizitaet.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible positional deviation of straight line from a straight reference line coaxial to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_koaxialitaet-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  89  |  663  | +^ Inclination |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_neigung.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible deviation in direction of a line, group of lines or plane from one or several reference lines or plane(s) oriented angular (but not perpendicular) to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_neigung-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  15  ​| ​ 106  | 
-^ Symmetry |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_symmetrie.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible positional deviation of a point, group of points, straight line or plane from one or several reference point(s) or plane(s) lying symmetrical to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_symmetrie-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  20  |  111  | +^ ::: |  :::  | **Inclination (shape ⌀)**\\ The tolerance range has a circular cross-section.\\ \\ **Note** Available from program version 1.4.2.1 | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 12780-1:​2014 |  124  ​| ​ 106  | 
-^ Radial concentric run-out |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_rundlauf.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible radial running deviation of a circular line or group of circular lines to one or several reference circle(s) that lies coaxial to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_radialer_rundlauf-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  16  |  112  | +^ Position |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_position.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible positional deviation of a point, axis or plane from a reference point, reference line or plane positioned to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_position-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 5458:1999 |  22  ​| ​ 109  | 
-^ Axial concentric run-out |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_rundlauf.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible axial running deviation of a circular line or group of circular lines to one or several reference circle(s) that lies coaxial to it. Also called //lateral run//.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_axialer_rundlauf-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  17  |  118  | +^ ::: |  :::  | **Position (shape ⌀)**\\ The tolerance range has a circular cross-section,​ see example.\\ \\ **Note** Available from program version 1.4.2.1 | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 12780-1:​2014 |  125  |  109  | 
-^ Radial total concentric run-out |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_gesamtrundlauf.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible radial running deviation of a rotational surface to a rotational surface that lies coaxial to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_radialer_gesamtrundlauf-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  18  |  113  | +^ ::: |  :::  | **Position (shape S⌀)**\\ The tolerance range has a circular cross-section.\\ \\ **Note** Available from program version 1.4.2.1 | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 12780-1:​2014 |  126  ​| ​ 109  | 
-^ Axial total concentric run-out |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_gesamtrundlauf.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible axial running deviation of a plane or rotational surface to a plane or rotational surface that lies coaxial to it. Also called //total lateral run//.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_axialer_gesamtrundlauf-01.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  19  |  −  |+^ Concentricity |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_konzentrizitaet.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible positional deviation of a point from a reference point concentric to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_konzentrizitaet-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  21  ​| ​ 110  | 
 +^ ::: |  :::  | **Concentricity (shape ⌀)**\\ The tolerance range has a circular cross-section,​ see example.\\ \\ **Note** Available from program version 1.4.2.1 | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 12780-1:​2014 |  128  ​| ​ 110  | 
 +^ Coaxiality |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_konzentrizitaet.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible positional deviation of straight line from a straight reference line coaxial to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_koaxialitaet-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  89  |  663  | 
 +^ ::: |  :::  | **Coaxiality (shape ⌀)**\\ The tolerance range has a circular cross-section,​ see example.\\ \\ **Note** Available from program version 1.4.2.1 | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014\\ • DIN EN ISO 12780-1:​2014 |  127  |  110  | 
 +^ Symmetry |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_symmetrie.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible positional deviation of a point, group of points, straight line or plane from one or several reference point(s) or plane(s) lying symmetrical to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_symmetrie-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  20  |  111  | 
 +^ Radial concentric run-out |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_rundlauf.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible radial running deviation of a circular line or group of circular lines to one or several reference circle(s) that lies coaxial to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_radialer_rundlauf-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  16  |  112  | 
 +^ Axial concentric run-out |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_rundlauf.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible axial running deviation of a circular line or group of circular lines to one or several reference circle(s) that lies coaxial to it. Also called //lateral run//.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_axialer_rundlauf-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  17  |  118  | 
 +^ Radial total concentric run-out |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_gesamtrundlauf.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible radial running deviation of a rotational surface to a rotational surface that lies coaxial to it.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_radialer_gesamtrundlauf-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  18  |  113  | 
 +^ Axial total concentric run-out |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_gesamtrundlauf.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Permissible axial running deviation of a plane or rotational surface to a plane or rotational surface that lies coaxial to it. Also called //total lateral run//.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​form-_und_lagetoleranzen_axialer_gesamtrundlauf-01.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 1101:2014 |  19  |  −  |
  
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-^ Thread |  –  | Fastening or transmission threads of various systems, e.g. metric ISO thread or inch ISO pipe thread.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_gewinde.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 202:1999\\ • DIN ISO 6410:1993 |  38  |  −  |+^ Thread |  –  | Fastening or transmission threads of various systems, e.g. metric ISO thread or inch ISO pipe thread.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_gewinde.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 202:1999\\ • DIN ISO 6410:1993 |  38  |  −  |
  
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 ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  ELIAS  ^  [[en:​infra-convert:​dev:​export:​dfd#​K2009]] ​ ^ ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  ELIAS  ^  [[en:​infra-convert:​dev:​export:​dfd#​K2009]] ​ ^
-^ Pitch diameter |  –  | Diameter of the pitch circle / cylinder of a gearwheel.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_teilkreisdurchmesser.png?​direct&​420|}} | • DIN 3966-1:1978 |  90  |  −  | +^ Pitch diameter |  –  | Diameter of the pitch circle / cylinder of a gearwheel.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_teilkreisdurchmesser.png?​nolink400 ​|}} | • DIN 3966-1:1978 |  90  |  −  | 
-^ Root circle diameter |  –  | Diameter of a gearwheel in root height of the teeth.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_fusskreisdurchmesser.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 3966-1:1978 |  91  |  612  | +^ Root circle diameter |  –  | Diameter of a gearwheel in root height of the teeth.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_fusskreisdurchmesser.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 3966-1:1978 |  91  |  612  | 
-^ Tip circle diameter |  –  | Diameter of a gearwheel in tip height of the teeth.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kopfkreisdurchmesser.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 3966-1:​1978\\ • DIN 3966-2:1978 |  92  |  610  | +^ Tip circle diameter |  –  | Diameter of a gearwheel in tip height of the teeth.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kopfkreisdurchmesser.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 3966-1:​1978\\ • DIN 3966-2:1978 |  92  |  610  | 
-^ Tooth thickness |  –  | Thickness of a gearwheel tooth on the pitch circle / pitch cylinder.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_zahndicke.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 3966-1:​1978\\ • DIN 3966-2:1978 |  120  |  211  | +^ Tooth thickness |  –  | Thickness of a gearwheel tooth on the pitch circle / pitch cylinder.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_zahndicke.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 3966-1:​1978\\ • DIN 3966-2:1978 |  120  |  211  | 
-^ Tooth width |  –  | Tooth width over a number of k measurement teeth or measurement gaps.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_zahnweite.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 3966-1:​1978\\ • DIN 3966-2:1978 |  94  |  216  | +^ Tooth width |  –  | Tooth width over a number of k measurement teeth or measurement gaps.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_zahnweite.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 3966-1:​1978\\ • DIN 3966-2:1978 |  94  |  216  | 
-^ Gap width |  –  | Tooth gap width on the pitch circle / pitch cylinder.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_lueckenweite.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 3966-1:​1978\\ • DIN 3966-2:1978 |  95  |  617  |+^ Gap width |  –  | Tooth gap width on the pitch circle / pitch cylinder.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_lueckenweite.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 3966-1:​1978\\ • DIN 3966-2:1978 |  95  |  617  |
  
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 ^  Class  ^  Symbol/​​tag ​ ^  Description ​ ^  References\\ (Selection) ​ ^  ID  ^^ ^  Class  ^  Symbol/​​tag ​ ^  Description ​ ^  References\\ (Selection) ​ ^  ID  ^^
-^ Edge with indeterminate shape |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_kantenzustand.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Workpiece edge without a precisely determined shape. A deviation from an ideal geometric shape is permissible depending on burr and breakage direction as well as edge dimension.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_werkstueckkanten_mit_unbestimmter_form.png?​direct&​420|}} ​ | • DIN ISO 13715:2000 |  34  |  −  | +^ Edge with indeterminate shape |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_kantenzustand.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Workpiece edge without a precisely determined shape. A deviation from an ideal geometric shape is permissible depending on burr and breakage direction as well as edge dimension.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_werkstueckkanten_mit_unbestimmter_form.png?​nolink&​420|}} ​ | • DIN ISO 13715:2000 |  34  |  −  | 
-^ Chamfer |  –  | Workpiece edge in the form of a specific, chamfered surface.\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_fasen.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  33  |  −  | +^ Chamfer |  –  | Workpiece edge in the form of a specific, chamfered surface.\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_fasen.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  33  |  −  | 
-^ Curve |  –  | Workpiece edge in the form of a specific, rounded surface.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_rundungen.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  35  |  −  |+^ Curve |  –  | Workpiece edge in the form of a specific, rounded surface.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres\\ \\ Example:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_rundungen.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN 406-10:​1992\\ • DIN 406-11:1992 |  35  |  −  |
 ^ Edge |  –  | Workpiece edge. Specification without reference to a standard.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimeter (mm) | − |  36  |  −  | ^ Edge |  –  | Workpiece edge. Specification without reference to a standard.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimeter (mm) | − |  36  |  −  |
  
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 The requirements of surface properties are entered into the drawing using a graphical symbol. The position and structure of the fields for individual entries is determined as follows (cf. DIN EN ISO 1302:​2002-06):​ The requirements of surface properties are entered into the drawing using a graphical symbol. The position and structure of the fields for individual entries is determined as follows (cf. DIN EN ISO 1302:​2002-06):​
  
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 ^  Class  ^  Symbol/​​tag ​ ^  Description ​ ^  References\\ (Selection) ​ ^  ID  ^^ ^  Class  ^  Symbol/​​tag ​ ^  Description ​ ^  References\\ (Selection) ​ ^  ID  ^^
 ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  ELIAS  ^  [[en:​infra-convert:​dev:​export:​dfd#​K2009]] ​ ^ ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  :::  ^  ELIAS  ^  [[en:​infra-convert:​dev:​export:​dfd#​K2009]] ​ ^
-^ Smoothing depth (peak) |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rp.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Height of the largest profile peak within the measuring section ln.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rp.png?​420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  96  |  –  | +^ Smoothing depth (peak) |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rp.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Height of the largest profile peak within the measuring section ln.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rp.png?​nolink420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  96  |  –  | 
-^ Smoothing depth (valley) |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rv.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Depth of the largest profile valley within the measuring section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rv.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  97  |  –  | +^ Smoothing depth (valley) |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rv.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Depth of the largest profile valley within the measuring section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rv.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  97  |  –  | 
-^ Average roughness depth |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rz.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Sum of the height of the largest profile peak and the depth of the largest profile valley within a single measurement section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rz.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  23  |  150  |+^ Average roughness depth |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rz.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Sum of the height of the largest profile peak and the depth of the largest profile valley within a single measurement section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rz.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  23  |  150  |
 ^ Maximum average roughness depth |  {{:​de:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rzmax.png?​nolink&​55|}} ​ | This parameter is a variation of the regular requirement for the average roughness depth. The specified variable is not to be interpreted with the 16 % rule, but with the maximum value rule. "​Rmax"​ is also commonly used as an indicator.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  31  |  158  | ^ Maximum average roughness depth |  {{:​de:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rzmax.png?​nolink&​55|}} ​ | This parameter is a variation of the regular requirement for the average roughness depth. The specified variable is not to be interpreted with the 16 % rule, but with the maximum value rule. "​Rmax"​ is also commonly used as an indicator.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  31  |  158  |
-^ Average profile element height |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rc.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Average value of the height of the profile elements within a single measuring section.\\ //A profile element is formed based on a consecutive profile valley and a profile peak.//\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rc.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  98  |  –  | +^ Average profile element height |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rc.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Average value of the height of the profile elements within a single measuring section.\\ //A profile element is formed based on a consecutive profile valley and a profile peak.//\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rc.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  98  |  –  | 
-^ Total height |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_pt.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the primary profile. Sum of the height of the largest profile peak and the depth of the largest profile valley within the section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_pt.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  26  |  153  | +^ Total height |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_pt.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the primary profile. Sum of the height of the largest profile peak and the depth of the largest profile valley within the section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_pt.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  26  |  153  | 
-^ Total height |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rt.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Sum of the height of the largest profile peak and the depth of the largest profile valley within the section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rt.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  93  |  –  | +^ Total height |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rt.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Sum of the height of the largest profile peak and the depth of the largest profile valley within the section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rt.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  93  |  –  | 
-^ Total height |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_wt.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the waviness profile. Sum of the height of the largest profile peak and the depth of the largest profile valley within the section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_wt.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  30  |  157  | +^ Total height |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_wt.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the waviness profile. Sum of the height of the largest profile peak and the depth of the largest profile valley within the section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_wt.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  30  |  157  | 
-^ Arithmetic average roughness value |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_ra.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Arithmetic average of the sums of the amplitude values within a single measuring section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_ra.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  25  |  152  | +^ Arithmetic average roughness value |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_ra.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Arithmetic average of the sums of the amplitude values within a single measuring section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_ra.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  25  |  152  | 
-^ Quadratic average roughness value |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rq.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Quadratic average of the amplitude values within a single measuring section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rq.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  99  |  –  | +^ Quadratic average roughness value |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rq.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Quadratic average of the amplitude values within a single measuring section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rq.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  99  |  –  | 
-^ Profile skew |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rsk.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Measurement for the asymmetry of the amplitude density curve within a single measuring section.\\ //The amplitude density curve reflects the amplitude part in each horizontal sectional plane.//\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rsk.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  100  |  –  | +^ Profile skew |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rsk.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Measurement for the asymmetry of the amplitude density curve within a single measuring section.\\ //The amplitude density curve reflects the amplitude part in each horizontal sectional plane.//\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rsk.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  100  |  –  | 
-^ Profile steepness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rku.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Measurement for the steepness of the amplitude density curve within a single measuring section.\\ //The amplitude density curve reflects the amplitude part in each horizontal sectional plane.//\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rku.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  101  |  –  | +^ Profile steepness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rku.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Measurement for the steepness of the amplitude density curve within a single measuring section.\\ //The amplitude density curve reflects the amplitude part in each horizontal sectional plane.//\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rku.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  101  |  –  | 
-^ Average groove width |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rsm.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Horizontal parameter of the roughness profile. Average value of the profile elements within a single measuring section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rsm.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  102  |  –  | +^ Average groove width |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rsm.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Horizontal parameter of the roughness profile. Average value of the profile elements within a single measuring section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rsm.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  102  |  –  | 
-^ Peak count |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rpc.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Horizontal parameter of the roughness profile. Number of average widths of the profile elements in a predefined length, standard 10mm.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rpc.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  103  |  –  | +^ Peak count |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rpc.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Horizontal parameter of the roughness profile. Number of average widths of the profile elements in a predefined length, standard 10mm.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rpc.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  103  |  –  | 
-^ Average profile gradient |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rdq.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Mixed (vertical and horizontal) parameter of the roughness profile. Quadratic average of the local profile gradient within a single measuring section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rdq.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 | 104  |  –  |+^ Average profile gradient |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rdq.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Mixed (vertical and horizontal) parameter of the roughness profile. Quadratic average of the local profile gradient within a single measuring section.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rdq.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 | 104  |  –  |
 ^ Material share |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_pmr.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter from the Abbott-Firestone curve (AF curve) of the primary profile. Material share in a cutting line height relative to the share in a reference cutting line height.\\ //The AF curve reflects the cumulative frequency of the amplitude values within a measuring section.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Percent\\ ​ | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  70  |  160  | ^ Material share |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_pmr.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter from the Abbott-Firestone curve (AF curve) of the primary profile. Material share in a cutting line height relative to the share in a reference cutting line height.\\ //The AF curve reflects the cumulative frequency of the amplitude values within a measuring section.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Percent\\ ​ | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  70  |  160  |
-^ Material share |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rmr.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter from the Abbott-Firestone curve (AF curve) of the roughness profile. Material share in a cutting line height relative to the share in a reference cutting line height.\\ //The AF curve reflects the cumulative frequency of the amplitude values within a measuring section.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Percent\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rmr.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  105  |  193  | +^ Material share |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rmr.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter from the Abbott-Firestone curve (AF curve) of the roughness profile. Material share in a cutting line height relative to the share in a reference cutting line height.\\ //The AF curve reflects the cumulative frequency of the amplitude values within a measuring section.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Percent\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rmr.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 4287:2010\\ • DIN EN ISO 4288:1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  105  |  193  | 
-^ Core roughness depth |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rk.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter of the roughness core profile. Total height of the roughness core profile within the measuring section.\\ //The roughness core profile is the roughness profile without projecting peaks and deep valleys.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rk.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 13565-2:​1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  27  |  154  | +^ Core roughness depth |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rk.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter of the roughness core profile. Total height of the roughness core profile within the measuring section.\\ //The roughness core profile is the roughness profile without projecting peaks and deep valleys.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rk.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 13565-2:​1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  27  |  154  | 
-^ Smallest material share |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_mr1.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter of the roughness core profile. Material share in percent at the level of the cutting line, which separates the projecting peaks from the roughness core profile.\\ //The roughness core profile is the roughness profile without projecting peaks and deep valleys.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Percent\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_mr1.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 13565-2:​1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  71  |  161  | +^ Smallest material share |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_mr1.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter of the roughness core profile. Material share in percent at the level of the cutting line, which separates the projecting peaks from the roughness core profile.\\ //The roughness core profile is the roughness profile without projecting peaks and deep valleys.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Percent\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_mr1.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 13565-2:​1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  71  |  161  | 
-^ Largest material share |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_mr2.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter of the roughness core profile. Material share in percent at the level of the cutting line, which separates the deep valleys from the roughness core profile.\\ //The roughness core profile is the roughness profile without projecting peaks and deep valleys.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Percent\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_mr2.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 13565-2:​1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  72  |  162  | +^ Largest material share |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_mr2.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter of the roughness core profile. Material share in percent at the level of the cutting line, which separates the deep valleys from the roughness core profile.\\ //The roughness core profile is the roughness profile without projecting peaks and deep valleys.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Percent\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_mr2.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 13565-2:​1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  72  |  162  | 
-^ Reduced peak height |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rpk.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Average height of the projecting peaks above the roughness core profile.\\ //The roughness core profile is the roughness profile without projecting peaks and deep valleys.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rpk.png?​420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 13565-2:​1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  28  |  155  | +^ Reduced peak height |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rpk.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Average height of the projecting peaks above the roughness core profile.\\ //The roughness core profile is the roughness profile without projecting peaks and deep valleys.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rpk.png?​nolink420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 13565-2:​1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  28  |  155  | 
-^ Reduced groove depth |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rvk.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Average depth of the profile valleys below the roughness core profile.\\ //The roughness core profile is the roughness profile without projecting peaks and deep valleys.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rvk.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 13565-2:​1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  29  |  156  | +^ Reduced groove depth |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_rvk.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Average depth of the profile valleys below the roughness core profile.\\ //The roughness core profile is the roughness profile without projecting peaks and deep valleys.//​\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_rvk.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 13565-2:​1998\\ • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  29  |  156  | 
-^ Base roughness depth |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_r3z.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Amplitude value of the third highest profile peak from the third largest profile valley.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_r3z.png?​direct&420|}} | Not officially standardised. |  32  |  159  |+^ Base roughness depth |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_oberflaeche_r3z.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Vertical parameter of the roughness profile. Amplitude value of the third highest profile peak from the third largest profile valley.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Micrometres\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_oberflaechenkenngroesse_r3z.png?​nolink&420|}} | Not officially standardised. |  32  |  159  |
 ^ Additional surface specifications |  –  | Machining allowance, position and orientation of surface grooves.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** – | • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  118  |  –  | ^ Additional surface specifications |  –  | Machining allowance, position and orientation of surface grooves.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** – | • DIN EN ISO 1302:2002 |  118  |  –  |
 ^ Layer thickness |  –  | Material thickness of one or more coatings over a surface.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres | – |  64  |  260  | ^ Layer thickness |  –  | Material thickness of one or more coatings over a surface.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Millimetres | – |  64  |  260  |
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 ^ Mass in kg |  –  | Property of a body specified by density and volume.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Kilograms | 66 |  280  | ^ Mass in kg |  –  | Property of a body specified by density and volume.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Kilograms | 66 |  280  |
 ^ Hardness |  –  | Hardness of a material. No defined parameters.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** – | – |  110  |  285  | ^ Hardness |  –  | Hardness of a material. No defined parameters.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** – | – |  110  |  285  |
-^ Brinell hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_hb.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of a material, ascertained in the Brinell hardness test. The parameter is determined from the impression diameter of a carbide ball (loaded with the test force F) at a diameter D in the sample surface.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_hb.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6506-1:2015 |  39  |  –  | +^ Brinell hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_hb.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of a material, ascertained in the Brinell hardness test. The parameter is determined from the impression diameter of a carbide ball (loaded with the test force F) at a diameter D in the sample surface.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_hb.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6506-1:2015 |  39  |  –  | 
-^ Rockwell hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_hra.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of a material, ascertained in the Rockwell hardness test (hardness scale A). The parameter is determined from the penetration depth h of a diamond cone with the cone angle 120°, which is generated by the additional force F<​sub>​1</​sub>​ (the penetration depth generated by the advance test force F<​sub>​0</​sub>​ that is applied simultaneously is deducted from the total penetration depth here).\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_hra.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6508-1:2016 |  40  |  –  | +^ Rockwell hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_hra.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of a material, ascertained in the Rockwell hardness test (hardness scale A). The parameter is determined from the penetration depth h of a diamond cone with the cone angle 120°, which is generated by the additional force F<​sub>​1</​sub>​ (the penetration depth generated by the advance test force F<​sub>​0</​sub>​ that is applied simultaneously is deducted from the total penetration depth here).\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_hra.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6508-1:2016 |  40  |  –  | 
-^ Rockwell hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_hrb.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of a material, ascertained in the Rockwell hardness test (hardness scale B). The parameter is determined from the penetration depth h of a carbide ball with the diameter D, which is generated by the additional force F<​sub>​1</​sub>​ (the penetration depth generated by the advance test force F<​sub>​0</​sub>​ that is applied simultaneously is deducted from the total penetration depth here).\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_hrb.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6508-1:2016 |  41  |  –  | +^ Rockwell hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_hrb.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of a material, ascertained in the Rockwell hardness test (hardness scale B). The parameter is determined from the penetration depth h of a carbide ball with the diameter D, which is generated by the additional force F<​sub>​1</​sub>​ (the penetration depth generated by the advance test force F<​sub>​0</​sub>​ that is applied simultaneously is deducted from the total penetration depth here).\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_hrb.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6508-1:2016 |  41  |  –  | 
-^ Rockwell hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_hrc.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of a material, ascertained in the Rockwell hardness test (hardness scale C). The parameter is determined from the penetration depth h of a diamond cone with the cone angle 120°, which is generated by the additional force F<​sub>​1</​sub>​ (the penetration depth generated by the advance test force F<​sub>​0</​sub>​ that is applied simultaneously is deducted from the total penetration depth here).\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_hrc.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6508-1:2016 |  42  |  –  | +^ Rockwell hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_hrc.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of a material, ascertained in the Rockwell hardness test (hardness scale C). The parameter is determined from the penetration depth h of a diamond cone with the cone angle 120°, which is generated by the additional force F<​sub>​1</​sub>​ (the penetration depth generated by the advance test force F<​sub>​0</​sub>​ that is applied simultaneously is deducted from the total penetration depth here).\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_hrc.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6508-1:2016 |  42  |  –  | 
-^ Rockwell hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_hrf.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of a material, ascertained in the Rockwell hardness test (hardness scale F). The parameter is determined from the penetration depth h of a carbide ball with the diameter D, which is generated by the additional force F<​sub>​1</​sub>​ (the penetration depth generated by the advance test force F<​sub>​0</​sub>​ that is applied simultaneously is deducted from the total penetration depth here).\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_hrf.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6508-1:2016 |  43  |  –  | +^ Rockwell hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_hrf.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of a material, ascertained in the Rockwell hardness test (hardness scale F). The parameter is determined from the penetration depth h of a carbide ball with the diameter D, which is generated by the additional force F<​sub>​1</​sub>​ (the penetration depth generated by the advance test force F<​sub>​0</​sub>​ that is applied simultaneously is deducted from the total penetration depth here).\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_hrf.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6508-1:2016 |  43  |  –  | 
-^ Vickers hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_hv.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of a material, ascertained in the Vickers hardness test. The parameter is determined from the impression diagonal diameter of a diamond pyramid (with a quadratic base and a point angle of 136°), which is loaded with the test force F, in the sample surface\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_hv.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6507-1 |  44  |  –  | +^ Vickers hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_hv.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of a material, ascertained in the Vickers hardness test. The parameter is determined from the impression diagonal diameter of a diamond pyramid (with a quadratic base and a point angle of 136°), which is loaded with the test force F, in the sample surface\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_hv.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6507-1 |  44  |  –  | 
-^ Martens hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_hm.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of a material, ascertained in the penetration test. The parameter is determined from the values of the force-penetration-depth curve, which is recorded during the penetration of a test body (various shapes and materials are permissible) under the force F.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_hm.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 14577-1:​2015 |  45  |  –  | +^ Martens hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_hm.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of a material, ascertained in the penetration test. The parameter is determined from the values of the force-penetration-depth curve, which is recorded during the penetration of a test body (various shapes and materials are permissible) under the force F.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_hm.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 14577-1:​2015 |  45  |  –  | 
-^ Ball indentation hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_hb.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of plastics, ascertained in the ball indentation test. The parameter corresponds to the quotient on the test force F<​sub>​1</​sub>​ (in N) and the spherical cap surface A (in mm²) of the indentation after a defined time (the surface is calculated from the penetration depth h and the ball diameter. The penetration depth h is measured after the advance test force F<​sub>​0</​sub>​ is applied).\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_hb_kunststoff.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 2039-1:2003 |  46  |  –  | +^ Ball indentation hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_hb.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of plastics, ascertained in the ball indentation test. The parameter corresponds to the quotient on the test force F<​sub>​1</​sub>​ (in N) and the spherical cap surface A (in mm²) of the indentation after a defined time (the surface is calculated from the penetration depth h and the ball diameter. The penetration depth h is measured after the advance test force F<​sub>​0</​sub>​ is applied).\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_hb_kunststoff.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 2039-1:2003 |  46  |  –  | 
-^ Shore hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_shore-a.png?​nolink&​0x35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of plastics, ascertained in the Shore hardness test (type A durometer).\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_shore-a.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 868:2003 |  47  |  –  | +^ Shore hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_shore-a.png?​nolink&​0x35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of plastics, ascertained in the Shore hardness test (type A durometer).\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_shore-a.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 868:2003 |  47  |  –  | 
-^ Shore hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_shore-d.png?​nolink&​0x35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of plastics, ascertained in the Shore hardness test (type D durometer).\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_shore-d.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 868:2003 |  48  |  –  | +^ Shore hardness |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_haerte_shore-d.png?​nolink&​0x35|}} ​ | Parameter for the hardness of plastics, ascertained in the Shore hardness test (type D durometer).\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** –\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_haertekenngroesse_shore-d.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 868:2003 |  48  |  –  | 
-^ Proof strength in MPa |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_streckgrenze_rp0_1.png?​nolink&​0x35|}} ​ | Material parameter of a tensile test specimen determined in a tensile test with a continuous stress-strain curve. It indicates the stress R, which occurs in relation to the (initial) cross section of the specimen S<​sub>​0</​sub>​ at 0.1% plastic strain e.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Megapascals\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kenngroesse_spannung_rp0_1.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2017 |  49  |  –  | +^ Proof strength in MPa |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_streckgrenze_rp0_1.png?​nolink&​0x35|}} ​ | Material parameter of a tensile test specimen determined in a tensile test with a continuous stress-strain curve. It indicates the stress R, which occurs in relation to the (initial) cross section of the specimen S<​sub>​0</​sub>​ at 0.1% plastic strain e.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Megapascals\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kenngroesse_spannung_rp0_1.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2017 |  49  |  –  | 
-^ Proof strength in MPa |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_streckgrenze_rp0_2.png?​nolink&​0x35|}} ​ | Material parameter of a tensile test specimen determined in a tensile test with a continuous stress-strain curve. It indicates the stress R, which occurs in relation to the (initial) cross section of the specimen S<​sub>​0</​sub>​ at 0.2% plastic strain e.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Megapascals\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kenngroesse_spannung_rp0_2.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2017 |  50  |  –  | +^ Proof strength in MPa |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_streckgrenze_rp0_2.png?​nolink&​0x35|}} ​ | Material parameter of a tensile test specimen determined in a tensile test with a continuous stress-strain curve. It indicates the stress R, which occurs in relation to the (initial) cross section of the specimen S<​sub>​0</​sub>​ at 0.2% plastic strain e.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Megapascals\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kenngroesse_spannung_rp0_2.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2017 |  50  |  –  | 
-^ Proof strength in MPa |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_streckgrenze_rp1_0.png?​nolink&​0x35|}} ​ | Material parameter of a tensile test specimen determined in a tensile test with a continuous stress-strain curve. It indicates the stress R, which occurs in relation to the (initial)cross section of the specimen S<​sub>​0</​sub>​ at 1.0% plastic strain e.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Megapascals\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kenngroesse_spannung_rp1_0.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2017 |  51  |  –  | +^ Proof strength in MPa |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_streckgrenze_rp1_0.png?​nolink&​0x35|}} ​ | Material parameter of a tensile test specimen determined in a tensile test with a continuous stress-strain curve. It indicates the stress R, which occurs in relation to the (initial)cross section of the specimen S<​sub>​0</​sub>​ at 1.0% plastic strain e.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Megapascals\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kenngroesse_spannung_rp1_0.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2017 |  51  |  –  | 
-^ Yield strength in MPa |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_streckgrenze_reh.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Material parameter of a metallic tensile test specimen determined in a tensile test with a pronounced stress-strain curve. It indicates the highest stress R, at which a first significant drop in the stress is encountered.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Megapascals\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kenngroesse_spannung_reh.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2017 |  52  |  –  | +^ Yield strength in MPa |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_streckgrenze_reh.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Material parameter of a metallic tensile test specimen determined in a tensile test with a pronounced stress-strain curve. It indicates the highest stress R, at which a first significant drop in the stress is encountered.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Megapascals\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kenngroesse_spannung_reh.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2017 |  52  |  –  | 
-^ Yield strength in MPa |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_streckgrenze_rel.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Material parameter of a metallic tensile test specimen determined in a tensile test with a pronounced stress-strain curve. It indicates the lowest stress R during the plastic flow (Lüders strain)\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Megapascals\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kenngroesse_spannung_rel.png?​direct&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2017 |  53  |  –  | +^ Yield strength in MPa |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_streckgrenze_rel.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Material parameter of a metallic tensile test specimen determined in a tensile test with a pronounced stress-strain curve. It indicates the lowest stress R during the plastic flow (Lüders strain)\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Megapascals\\ \\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kenngroesse_spannung_rel.png?​nolink&420|}} | • DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2017 |  53  |  –  | 
-^ Tensile strength in MPa |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_zugfestigkeit_rm.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Material parameter of a tensile test specimen determined in a tensile test with a pronounced or continuous stress-strain curve. It indicates the stress R at maximum force absorption.\\ \\ Example of a pronounced stress-strain curve:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kenngroesse_spannung_rm.png?​direct&​420|}}\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Megapascals | • DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2017 |  54  |  –  | +^ Tensile strength in MPa |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_zugfestigkeit_rm.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Material parameter of a tensile test specimen determined in a tensile test with a pronounced or continuous stress-strain curve. It indicates the stress R at maximum force absorption.\\ \\ Example of a pronounced stress-strain curve:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kenngroesse_spannung_rm.png?​nolink&​420|}}\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Megapascals | • DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2017 |  54  |  –  | 
-^ Elongation at break in % |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_dehnung_a.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Material parameter of a tensile test specimen determined in a tensile test with a pronounced or continuous stress-strain curve. It indicates the plastic specimen strain e in %, at which the sample breaks.\\ \\ Example of a pronounced stress-strain curve:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kenngroesse_bruchdehnung_a.png?​direct&​420|}}\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Percent | • DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2017 |  55  |  –  | +^ Elongation at break in % |  {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​icon_klasse_dehnung_a.png?​nolink&​35|}} ​ | Material parameter of a tensile test specimen determined in a tensile test with a pronounced or continuous stress-strain curve. It indicates the plastic specimen strain e in %, at which the sample breaks.\\ \\ Example of a pronounced stress-strain curve:\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kenngroesse_bruchdehnung_a.png?​nolink&​420|}}\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Percent | • DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2017 |  55  |  –  | 
-^ Notch impact energy |  –  | In a standardized procedure, e.g. the Charpy test, determined material characteristic. It indicates the impact energy consumed in the fracture of a mostly notched specimen.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Joule\\ \\ Simplified example of the Charpy impact test using a pendulum impact tester and a V-notched sample (K = consumed impact energy, K<​sub>​p1</​sub>​ = potential initial energy, K<​sub>​p2</​sub>​ = residual energy):\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kerbschlagbiegearbeit_kv.png?​direct&​420|}}\\ \\ **Note** Available from program version 1.2.0.32 | • DIN EN ISO 148-1 |  129  |  –  |+^ Notch impact energy |  –  | In a standardized procedure, e.g. the Charpy test, determined material characteristic. It indicates the impact energy consumed in the fracture of a mostly notched specimen.\\ \\ **Standard measurement unit** Joule\\ \\ Simplified example of the Charpy impact test using a pendulum impact tester and a V-notched sample (K = consumed impact energy, K<​sub>​p1</​sub>​ = potential initial energy, K<​sub>​p2</​sub>​ = residual energy):\\ {{:​en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms:​grafik_kerbschlagbiegearbeit_kv.png?​nolink&​420|}}\\ \\ **Note** Available from program version 1.2.0.32 | • DIN EN ISO 148-1 |  129  |  –  |
  
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 Usually only one of the component variants or a generic component, which contains all properties in one characteristic,​ is displayed graphically. The variable properties are indicated with a code letter (also: "​dimension letter"​) and called up in a table. Usually only one of the component variants or a generic component, which contains all properties in one characteristic,​ is displayed graphically. The variable properties are indicated with a code letter (also: "​dimension letter"​) and called up in a table.
  
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 The following terms apply to the structure of drawing sheets: The following terms apply to the structure of drawing sheets:
  
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 The deviation from the default setting can be identified using suitable specification modifiers (and/or abbreviations). In this way a "​special specification operator"​ is obtained. In this example, the "E in circle"​ modifier symbol sets the envelope condition. The envelope condition requires that the evaluated geometry lies in an enveloping cylinder 20 mm in diameter and that all two-point sizes are greater than or equal to 19.948 mm. A suitable verification would be to test using a ring gauge or to carry out a no-go test using a go/no go gauge. The deviation from the default setting can be identified using suitable specification modifiers (and/or abbreviations). In this way a "​special specification operator"​ is obtained. In this example, the "E in circle"​ modifier symbol sets the envelope condition. The envelope condition requires that the evaluated geometry lies in an enveloping cylinder 20 mm in diameter and that all two-point sizes are greater than or equal to 19.948 mm. A suitable verification would be to test using a ring gauge or to carry out a no-go test using a go/no go gauge.
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 →[[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Kategorie (Merkmal-)|Characteristic categories]],​ for example, can be made visible in #@IC_HTML@# by assigning them with one of the following six stamp symbol shapes as well as a symbol color. →[[en:​infra-convert:​user:​terms#​Kategorie (Merkmal-)|Characteristic categories]],​ for example, can be made visible in #@IC_HTML@# by assigning them with one of the following six stamp symbol shapes as well as a symbol color.
  
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 A test plan can contain the following information,​ for example: A test plan can contain the following information,​ for example:
  
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