Reference mass definition

Reference mass means the "unladen mass" of the vehicle increased by a uniform figure of 100 kg for test according to Annexes 4a and 8;
Reference mass means the mass of the vehicle in running order less the uniform mass of the driver of 75 kg and increased by a uniform mass of 100 kg.
Reference mass in relation to a vehicle means the mass of the vehicle with bodywork and, in the case of a towing vehicle, with coupling device, if fitted by the manufacturer, in running order, or mass of the chassis or chassis with cab, without bodywork and/or coupling device if the manufacturer does not fit the bodywork and/or coupling device (including liquids and tools, and spare wheel if fitted, and with the fuel tank filled to 90% and the other liquid containing systems, except those for used water, to 100% of the capacity specified by the manufacturer), increased by a uniform mass of 100 kilograms;

Examples of Reference mass in a sentence

  • The Contractor understands that if the Combined Mass of the Spacecraft exceeds the Reference Mass, such excess mass may cause Inmarsat to incur additional launch costs by virtue of the need to change Launch Vehicle.


More Definitions of Reference mass

Reference mass means the unladen mass of the vehicle increased with the mass of the driver (75 kg);
Reference mass means the unladen mass of the vehicle increased by a mass of 100 kg (that is the mass of the side impact dummy and its instrumentation);
Reference mass means the "unladen mass" of the vehicle increased by a uniform figure of 100 kg for test according to Annexes 4 and 8.
Reference mass means the unladen mass of the vehicle increased by a mass of 100 kg (that is the mass of the side impact dummy and its instrumentation).
Reference mass means the mass of the vehicle ready for normal operation and fitted with the following equipment:
Reference mass means the mass in running order of the vehicle increased with the mass of the driver (75 kg) and if applicable plus the mass of the propulsion battery;
Reference mass means the kerb mass of the vehicle increased by a uniform figure of 75 kg.