Answered By: Marié Roux Last Updated: Dec 06, 2018 Views: 8226
Because you downloaded the article electronically, the format will be like an electronic journal article, i.e.
Petric, B. 2007. Rhetorical functions of citations in high and low-rated master's theses. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, [Online] 6(3). Available: http://www/so......com [2007, November 30].
I found these examples for ISO standards:
Wind Turbines - Part 4: Design and Specification of Gearboxes. ISO 81400-4:2005. Geneva, Switzerland: ISO.
International Organization for Standardization 2006, Environmental management: life cycle assessment: requirements and regulations, ISO 14044:2006, International Organization for Standardization, Geneva.
|South African Bureau of Standards. 1996. Packaging of dangerous goods for road and rail trransportation in South Africa. Pretoria: South African Bureau of Standards.
||(South African Bureau of Standards, 1996)|
The format should be as this South African Bureau of Standards above (Stellenbosch Harvard), therefore I would like to suggest the following:
International Organization for Standardization. 2006. Title of standard. ISO 14044:2006. Geneva: International Organization for Standardization.
Mendeley does not have a template for standards. The best will be to test the format for Patents, but if it does not come out correct in the citation/bibliography, you will have to edit it manually.
Please let me know if you have any further questions.