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This standard establishes the baseline requirements for performing and documenting FAI. Should there be a conflict between the requirements of this standard and applicable statutory or regulatory requirements, the applicable statutory or regulatory requirements shall take precedence.
This Standard is concerned with the geometric irregularities of surfaces. It defines surface texture and its constituents: roughness, waviness, and lay. It also defines parameters for specifying surface texture. The terms and ratings in this Standard relate to surfaces produced by such means as abrading, casting, coating, cutting, etching, plastic deformation, sintering, wear, erosion, etc. Intended for design, drafting, mechanical, manufacturing, production, tool/gage, quality, process and project engineers, CAD/CAM/CAE specialists, inspectors and educators across a broad range of global manufacturing. Special emphasis on aerospace, automotive, medical device, precision instrumentation and related industries.
The objective of this Standard is to ensure correctness and acceptability of dimensional measurements. This Standard specifies requirements for preparation and approval of dimensional measurement plans and for the use of approved plans in making dimensional measurements. This Standard considers that a dimensional measurement method is acceptable if its associated measurement uncertainty per the Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement (GUM) meets business needs, e.g., cost of measurements, consequences of pass and fail errors, liability, specific policies, and customer requirements. In assessing the acceptability of a stated measuring procedure, management should take into account the importance and difficulty of evaluating measurement uncertainty in such a way as to quantitatively capture the effects of all significant sources of measurement error. Intended for process and quality control engineers (dimensional measurement planners) in planning manufacturing-related dimensional measurements.
This Standard establishes the essential requirements and reference documents applicable to the preparation and revision of manual or computer generated engineering drawings and associated lists unless tailored by a specialty Standard. It is essential that this Standard be used in close conjunction with ASME Y14.24, ASME Y14.34, ASME Y14.35M, and ASME Y14.41. Incorporates Y14.42 on Digital Approval Systems.
This Standard defines the types of engineering drawings most frequently used to establish engineering requirements. It describes typical applications and minimum content requirements. Drawings for specialized engineering disciplines, (e.g., marine, civil, construction, optics, etc.) are not included in this Standard. It is essential that this Standard be used in close conjunction with ASME Y14.34, ASME Y14.35, ASME Y14.41, and ASME Y14.100.
This Standard establishes the requirements for creating orthographic, and pictorial views on engineering drawing graphic sheets and in models. View requirements are generally the same regardless of how they are created. Specific requirements that are applicable only to constructed or to saved views are defined throughout the standard. This standard is a revision of ASME Y14.3-2003 and consolidation of ASME Y14.4-1989(R2004).
This Standard establishes the requirements for associated lists and ties them together with the engineering drawing and related documentation practices in the Y14 series. It is not the intent of this Standard to be a stand-alone document. An accurate perception of associated lists practices is derived by treating ASME Y14.34, ASME Y14.100, ASME Y14.24, and ASME Y14.35M as a composite set.
This Standard defines the practices for revising drawings and associated documents and establishes methods for identification and recording revisions. The revision practices of this Standard apply to any form of original drawing and associated documents. Intended for design, drafting, mechanical, manufacturing, production, tool/gage, quality, process and project engineers, CAD/CAM/CAE specialists, inspectors and educators across a broad range of global manufacturing. Special emphasis on aerospace, automotive, medical device, precision instrumentation and related industries.
This standard establishes the method to designate controls for surface texture of solid materials. It includes methods for controlling roughness, waviness, and lay by providing a set of symbols for use on drawings, specifications, or other documents. This standard does not specify the means by which the surface texture is to be produced or measured.
The abbreviations and acronyms, hereinafter referred to as "abbreviations," listed in this Standard are used on engineering drawings and related documentation. Y14.38 is a redesignation of Y1.1.
This Standard establishes requirements and references documents applicable to the preparation and revision of digital product definition data, hereafter referred to as data sets. This Standard defines exceptions and additional requirements to existing ASME standards for using digital product definition data set(s) or drawing graphic sheet(s) in digital format, hereafter referred to as drawing graphic sheet(s). When no exception or additional requirements are stated, existing ASME standards shall apply. It is essential that this Standard be used in close conjunction with ASME Y14.24, ASME Y14.34, ASME Y14.35, and ASME Y14.100.
This Standard covers the definitions of terms and features unique to additive manufacturing (AM) technologies with recommendations for their uniform specification in product definition data and in related documents. Additively manufactured parts or assemblies are referred to as “parts” throughout the Standard. The Standard extends to capturing relevant AM detail from design, manufacturing, and quality engineering.
This Standard establishes a schema for organizing a three-dimensional (3D) model and other associated information within the context of a digital product definition data set for the purpose of conveying a product definition that enables a model-based enterprise (MBE). This Standard contains no requirements pertaining to drawing graphic sheets. The schema defines a common practice to improve design productivity and to deliver consistent data content and structure to consumers of the data to facilitate common exchange interfaces.
This Standard establishes symbols, rules, definitions, requirements, defaults, and recommended practices for stating and interpreting dimensioning, tolerancing, and related requirements for use on engineering drawings, models defined in digital data files, and related documents. For a mathematical explanation of many of the principles in this Standard, see ASME Y14.5.1M. Additional uniform practices for applying dimensions, tolerances, and related requirements in digital data sets are defined in ASME Y14.41. Practices unique to architectural and civil engineering and welding symbology are not included in this Standard.
This standard presents a mathematical definition of geometrical dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) consistent with the principles and practices of ASME Y14.5m-1994, enabling determination of actual values. While the general format of this standard parallels that of ASME Y14.5m-1994, the latter document should be consulted for practices relating to dimensioning and tolerancing for use on engineering drawings and in related documentation. Textual references are included throughout this standard which are direct quotations from ASME Y14.5m-1994. All such quotations are identified by italicized type. Any direct references to other documents are identified by an immediate citation. The definitions established in this standard apply to product specifications in any representation, including drawings, electronic exchange formats, or data bases. When reference is made in this standard to a part drawing, it applies to any form of product specification.
This Standard establishes certification requirements for a Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Professional (GDTP). Certification will be based upon the current edition of the Y14.5 Dimensioning and Tolerancing Standard, its appendices, and the application of its principles and concepts. (GD&T)
This Standard covers definitions of terms and features unique to casting, forging, and molded-part technologies with recommendations for their uniform specification on engineering drawings and related documents. Castings, forgings, and molded parts are delineated as “part” or “parts” throughout the Standard.
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The DAU Glossary, also referred to as the Glossary of Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms, reflects most acronyms, abbreviations, and terms commonly used in the systems acquisition process within the Department of Defense (DoD) and defense industries. It focuses on terms with generic DoD application but also includes some Service-unique terms.
The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is a not-for-profit membership organization founded to develop and disseminate the interdisciplinary principles and practices that enable the realization of successful systems. INCOSE is designed to connect SE professionals with educational, networking, and career-advancement opportunities in the interest of developing the global community of systems engineers and systems approaches to problems. We are also focused on producing state-of-the-art work products that support and enhance this discipline’s visibility in the world.
ISO 10303 provides a representation of product information along with the necessary mechanisms and definitions to enable product data to be exchanged. The exchange is among different computer systems and environments associated with the complete product lifecycle, including product design, manufacture, use, maintenance, and final disposition of the product. This document defines the basic principles of product information representation and exchange used in ISO 10303. It specifies the characteristics of the various series of parts of ISO 10303 and the relationships among them.
Industrial Automation Systems And Integration - Product Data Representation And Exchange - This document specifies the application module for AP242 managed model based 3D engineering. The following are within the scope of this document: - products of automotive, aerospace and other mechanical manufacturers and of their suppliers, including parts, assemblies of parts, tools, assemblies of tools, and raw materials; - engineering and product data for the purpose of long-term archiving and retrieval; - product data management - process planning - mechanical design - message - mating - kinematics - analysis management - composite design - electrical harness assembly design - additive manufacturing part design - requirements management
ISO 14306:2017 defines the syntax and semantics of a file format for the 3D visualization and interrogation of lightweight geometry and product manufacturing information derived from CAD systems, using visualization software tools that do not need the full capability of a CAD system. ISO 14306:2017 has been adopted as a 3D visualization capability in addition to the ISO 10303 series. The file format supports the following information: · facet information (triangles), stored with geometry compression techniques · visual attributes such as lights, textures and materials · product manufacturing information, such as dimensions, tolerances and other attributes · boundary representation (b-rep) solid model shape representations. Several alternatives are available, including a representation based on the geometry standard defined in ISO 10303 · configuration representations · delivery methods such as asynchronous streaming of content ISO 14306:2017 does not specify the implementation of, or definition of a run-time architecture for viewing or processing of the file format.
ISO 14739-1:2014 describes PRC 10001 of a product representation compact (PRC) file format for three dimensional (3D) content data. This format is designed to be included in PDF (ISO 32000) and other similar document formats for the purpose of 3D visualization and exchange. It can be used for creating, viewing, and distributing 3D data in document exchange workflows. It is optimized to store, load, and display various kinds of 3D data, especially that coming from computer aided design (CAD) systems. This International Standard does not apply to: Method of electronic distribution Converting CAD system generated datasets to the PRC format Specific technical design, user interface, implementation, or operational details of rendering Required computer hardware and/or operating systems
This document specifies requirements for the preparation, revision and presentation of digital product definition data, hereafter referred to as data sets, complementing existing standards. It supports two methods of application: 3D model-only and 3D model with 2D drawing in digital format. The structure of this document presents requirements common to both methods followed by clauses providing for any essential, differing requirements for each method. Additionally, its use in conjunction with computer-aided design (CAD) systems can assist in the progression towards improved modelling and annotation practices for CAD and engineering disciplines, as well as serving as a guideline for CAx software developers. The actual definitions for the interpretation, in particular the ISO TPD and ISO GPS rules, are taken from the original definition standards, e.g. ISO 129-1 and ISO 1101. When the term model is used in this document it applies to both design models and annotated models.
NSE MBE Maturity Index Rev: B This document contains the results from the MBIT, MBE Committee’s MBE Maturity Index task group. The information conveyed in this document has been normalized to help progress the maturation of Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) for digital product realization. Comments, suggestions, or questions on this document should be addressed to Curtis Brown, Distribution Statement: This document is: is an updated Rev B to NSC-614-4279 dated January/2022 Unclassified Unlimited Release (UUR). This version is a working release and has been made available as a rubric tool. Furthermore we continue to solicit peer review and appreciate any focus area validation and improvement requests via the Peer Comments worksheet.
This standard defines the requirements for a technical data package (TDP) and its related TDP data management products. The purpose of the TDP is to provide an authoritative technical description of an item which is clear, complete and accurate, and in a form and format adequate for its intended use. A TDP contains elements, is described by a level and type, and may have associated metadata and supplementary technical data. A TDP is a sub-set of product and technical data.
Long Term Archiving and Retrieval of digital technical product documentation such as 3D, CAD and PDM data PART 007: Terms and References
QIF (Quality Information Framework) is a standard which supports Digital Thread concepts in engineering applications ranging from product design through manufacturing to quality inspection. Based on XML, the QIF standard contains a Library of XML Schema ensuring both data integrity and data interoperability in Model Based Enterprise implementation.
S1000D is an international specification for the production of technical publications. Although the title emphasizes its use for technical publications, application of the specification to non-technical publications is also possible and can be very beneficial to businesses requiring processes and controls. This specification was initially developed by the AeroSpace and Defence Industries Association of Europe (ASD). Currently, S1000D is jointly produced by the following organizations, their members, and customers: ASD Aerospace Industries Association of America (AIA) ATA e-Business Program These organizations form the S1000D Council and the S1000D Steering Committee. These groups are dedicated to establishing mutually agreed standards for the documentation methods used by the participating parties. With Issue 2, the scope of S1000D was extended to include land and sea specific applications. The specification continues to evolve and now supports: any type of equipment (including both military and civil products) publication construction policy procedures legal documentation organizational documentation and more…
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