BS ISO 11005:2010 pdf download – Technical product documentation — Use of main documents
This International Standard provides rules for the use of a main document in order to gather all the product-specifying information needed for a specific part or assembly.
2 Normative references The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
ISO 7200:2004, Technical product documentation — Data fields in title blocks and document headers ISO 7573:2008, Technical product documentation — Parts lists 3 Terms and definitions For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
3.1 document fixed and structured amount of information that can be managed and interchanged as a unit between users and systems [IEC 82045-1 :2001 ], [ISO 1 1 442:2006]
3.2 technical product document means of conveying all or part of a design definition or specification of a product for manufacturing, verification, maintenance, operation and recycling purposes, etc.
3.3 main document document containing the complete compilation of the information by which a part or an assembly is specified NOTE The information can be given directly in the main document or by reference to complementary documents.
3.4 complementary document document, referenced in the main document, containing specifying information
4 General Technical product documents record the output of a design process. These documents, or parts of them, may be communicated to users such as customers, suppliers and production units. The technical product documents specify the requirements made with regard to an individual part or an assembly. The main document is one essential part of the technical product documentation. This International Standard describes the contents of a main document and its relationship to complementary documents.
5 Main document principle
The basis of the main document principle is that each part or assembly is specified by a main document. When several documents are needed to specify a part or an assembly, one document shall be designated the main document to ensure that the information is kept together. All other documents, referred to in the main document, are considered complementary documents (see Figure 1 ). It is recommended that companies decide which document type(s) shall be adopted as the main document(s). This International Standard gives only a few examples of document types that may be used as main documents.
In order to enable cross-use and reuse of information, there shall be no references to the main document in the complementary documents. This means that complementary documents are independent and can be used in different applications. However, if cross-using or reusing of documents are not needed, and there is a one-to-one relationship between the main document and a complementary document, there could be a reference in a complementary document to a main document. When complementary documents are revised, the connection to main document(s) shall be shown by a where-used analysis.
6 Document content
The main document shall contain the part number and references to complementary documents when used. Furthermore, the parts list (see ISO 7573:2008), graphical representation, designations, classifications, technical data, properties, etc. are recorded either in the main document itself or in complementary documents. If the main document number and the part number are different, the part number shall be specified separately in the main document. The main document shall contain a title block or a document header (see ISO 7200:2004). The complementary documents could also specify separately documented requirements like geometry description, joining, dimensions, etc.
7 Relationship between main document and complementary documents
7.1 Main document Main documents are generally based on the following document types. One single document, e.g. a drawing (see Figure 2) including all information (no complementary documents are needed).
The complete information is available in one single document, which is therefore the main document.BS ISO 11005 pdf download.