NBN EN ISO 4259-5:2024

Petroleum and related products - Precision of measurement methods and results - Part 5: Statistical assessment of agreement between two different measurement methods that claim to measure the same property (ISO 4259-5:2023, Corrected version 2024-03)

ACTIVE

About this standard

Languages
German, English and French
Type
NBN
Standards committee
CEN/TC 19
Status
ACTIVE
Publication date
11 January 2024
ICS Code
75.080 (Petroleum products in general)
Withdrawn Date
Price
€ 184,00

About this training

Summary

This document specifies statistical methodology for assessing the expected agreement between two test methods that purport to measure the same property of a material, and for deciding if a simple linear bias correction can further improve the expected agreement.
This document is applicable for analytical methods which measure quantitative properties of petroleum or petroleum products resulting from a multi-sample-multi-lab study (MSMLS). These types of studies include but are not limited to interlaboratory studies (ILS) meeting the requirements of ISO 4259-1 or equivalent, and proficiency testing programmes (PTP) meeting the requirements of ISO 4259-3 or equivalent.
The methodology specified in this document establishes the limiting value for the difference between two results where each result is obtained by a different operator using different apparatus and two methods X and Y, respectively, on identical material. One of the methods (X or Y) has been appropriately bias-corrected to agree with the other in accordance with this practice. This limit is designated as the between-methods reproducibility. This value is expected to be exceeded with a probability of 5 % under the correct and normal operation of both test methods due to random variation.
NOTE      Further conditions for application of this methodology are given in 5.1 and 5.2.