IEC 62023 pdf download.Structuring of technical information and documentation
This International Standard provides rules for the structuring of technical information and documentation, based on the use of a main document (leading document) for the keeping together of information for each object. NOTE For the definition of a main document, see 3.3.1.
2 Normative references
The following normative documents contain provisions which, through reference in this text, constitute provisions of this International Standard. For dated references, subsequent amendments to, or revisions of, any of these publications do not apply. However, parties to agreements based on this International Standard are encouraged to investigate the possibility of applying the most recent editions of the normative documents indicated below. For undated references, the latest edition of the normative document referred to applies. Members of ISO and IEC maintain registers of currently valid International Standards. IEC 61082-1:1991, Preparation of documents used in electrotechnology – Part 1: General requirements IEC 61346-1:1996, Industrial systems, installations and equipment and industrial products – Structuring principles and reference designations – Part 1: Basic rules IEC 61346-4:1998, Industrial systems, installations and equipment and industrial products – Structuring principles and reference designation – Part 4: Discussion of concepts IEC 61355:1997, Classification and designation of documents for plants, systems and equipment IEC 61360-4:1997, Standard data element types with associated classification scheme for electric components – Part 4: IEC reference collection of standard data element types, component classes and terms IEC 62027:2000, Preparation of parts lists ISO/DIS 7200-1, , Technical product documentation – Document headers and title blocks – Part 1: General structure and content 1)
For the purpose of this International Standard, the following terms and definitions apply. In the definitions, terms that are defined elsewhere in this clause are show 3.1 General terms, related to structuring 3.1.1 object entity treated in the process of design, engineering, realization, operation, maintenance, and demolition NOTE 1 The entity may refer to a physical or non-physical “thing” or to a set of information associated with it. NOTE 2 Depending on its purpose, an object may be viewed in different ways called “aspects”. [IEC 61346-1, definition 3.1] 3.1.2 system set of interrelated objects NOTE 1 Examples of a system: a drive system, a water supply system, a stereo system, a computer. NOTE 2 When a system is part of another system, it may be considered as an object. [IEC 61346-1, definition 3.2] 3.1.3 plant assembly of different systems on a specific site [IEC 61355, definition 3.9] 3.1.4 type class of things having common characteristics 3.1.5 aspect specific way of selecting information on or describing a system or an object of a system NOTE Such ways may be: – what the system or object is doing (function viewpoint); – how the system or object is constructed (product viewpoint); – where the system or object is located (location viewpoint). [IEC 61346-1, definition 3.3] 3.1.6 structure organization of relations among objects of a system describing constituency-relations (consist of/is a part of) [IEC 61346-1, definition 3.6] 3.1.7 reference designation identifier of a specific object with respect to the system of which the object is a constituent, based on one or more aspects of that system [IEC 61346-1, definition 3.7]3.2 General terms, related to documentation 3.2.1 document information on a data medium NOTE 1 The term document is not restricted to its meaning in a legal sense. NOTE 2 Normally a document is designated in accordance with the type of information and the form of presentation, for example overview diagram, connection table, function chart. NOTE 3 Information may appear in a static manner on paper and microform or dynamically on (video) display devices. [IEC 61082-1, definition 220.127.116.11, modified] 3.2.2 documentation collection of documents related to a given subject [IEC 61082-1, definition 18.104.22.168, modified] NOTE – This may include technical, commercial and/or other documents. 3.2.3 document kind type of a document defined with respect to its specified content of information and form of presentation [IEC 61355, definition 3.5] 3.2.4 document kind class group of document kinds having similar characteristics concerning the content of information independent from the form of presentation [IEC 61355, definition 3.6] 3.2.5 document set composition of documents logically belonging together [IEC 61355, definition 3.3] 3.2.6 document part part of a document having a function of its own NOTE The concept of document parts emanates from the observation that a document can be subdivided into parts, logically and/or physically. A logical part presents information in a homogeneous form of presentation. Examples of such parts are: identification part, specification part, drawing part, revision part, administrative part, document header. Example of physical parts are: page, text block, figure, and, considering media other than paper, diskette.