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Chapter 3.6, Problem 1BYG
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Explain why we need standards and codes.

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Explain why standards and codes are used.

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Standards and codes:

  • Standards and codes are developed mainly to ensure safety of a product and reliability in service by various organizations.
  • These standard organizations will set the standard of authoritative for safety of food supply, safe structures, safe drinking water, safe outdoor/indoor air quality, safe electrical systems with reliability, safe and reliable transportation, and for safety of structures.
  • These standards and codes will helps to maintain uniformity in product size made by several types of manufacturers all over the world.
  • In today’s global economy, a product part were manufactured in one place and assembled in some other place, but still there exists an even higher need than before for reliability and uniformity in parts and components and in the way the products are manufactured.
  • These standards and codes will helps to ensure the parts manufactured all over the world comes under a common assembly line to avoid confusion. Example: In automobile, a size of a product part will be the same in all parts of the world made by the manufacturers to fit together properly by following the standards and codes...

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