BS ISO 29845 pdf download Technical product documentation — Document types
This International Standard establishes and defines the types of documents required to be in thedocumentation for the specification of products, equipment and plants at all levels of complexity. lt deals withthe range of document types used from the conceptual phase to finished product, in all engineering fields.
The purpose of this lnternational Standard is
– to facilitate a structure for (data modelling) product data management systems,
– to facilitate searching and retrieval of documents,
to establish document types for the purpose of better communication and understanding between partiesinvolved in document interchange, and
to fulfil the requirement in ISO 7200:2004 regarding document type fields.
NOTE The figures in this International Standard are intended only as illustrations to aid the user in understanding thedocument types described by the text. Consequently, the figures are simplified in such a way that the content presented inillustrated document types may not always apply all lSo rules regarding the presentation of drawings and other types ofdocuments.
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document.For datedreferences,only the edition cited applies. For undated references,the latest edition of the referenceddocument (including any amendments) applies.
ISO 7200:2004,Technical product documentation— Data fields in title blocks and document headers
3Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
fixed and structured amount of information that can be managed and interchanged as a unit between usersand systems
[ISO 1 1 442:2006, 3.1 0]
collection of documents related to a given subject
[IEC 82045-1 , 2001 ]
document defined with respect to its specified content of information, function and form of presentation
NOTE Adapted from IEC 61 082-1 :2006.
entity treated in the process of design, engineering, realisation, operation, maintenance and demolition
[ISO 1 551 9-1 :201 0, 3.3.2]
intended or accomplished result of labour, or of a natural or artificial process
[IEC 82045-1 :2001 ]
NOTE 1 A product usually has a part number, type designation, and/or a name.
NOTE 2 A technical system, building, plant or services can be considered as a product.
technical information, given on an information carrier, graphically presented in accordance with agreed rules and usually to scale
[ISO 1 0209-1 :1 992, 2.1 1 ]
three-dimensional physical or digital description of the ideal shape of an object
portion of the data set that contains model and supplemental geometry
[ISO 1 6792:2006, 3.1 0]
technical document showing the functions of the objects composing a system and their interrelations using graphical symbols
document of information in the form of a table, graph, or diagram