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What is a CODES AND STANDARDS in Engineering Design

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What is a CODES AND STANDARDS in Engineering Design

Postby subham » Mon Oct 08, 2012 9:42 am

While we have often talked about design being a creative process, the fact is that much of design is not very different from what has been done in the past. There are obvious benefits in cost and time saved if the best practices are captured and made available for all to use. Designing with codes and standards has two chief aspects: (1) it makes the best practice available to everyone, thereby ensuring efficiency and safety, and (2) it promotes interchangeability and compatibility. With respect to the second point, anyone who has traveled widely in other countries will understand the compatibility problems with connecting plugs and electrical voltage and frequency when trying to use small appliances.

A code is a collection of laws and rules that assists a government agency in meeting its obligation to protect the general welfare by preventing damage to property or injury or loss of life to persons. A standard is a generally agreed-upon set of procedures, criteria, dimensions, materials, or parts. Engineering standards may describe the dimensions and sizes of small parts like screws and bearings, the minimum properties of materials, or an agreed-upon procedure to measure a property like fracture toughness.

The terms standards and specifications are sometimes used interchangeably. The distinction is that standards refer to generalized situations, while specifications refer to specialized situations. Codes tell the engineer what to do and when and under what circumstances to do it. Codes usually are legal requirements, as in the building code or the fi re code. Standards tell the engineer how to do it and are usually regarded as recommendations that do not have the force of law. Codes often incorporate national standards into them by reference, and in this way standards become legally enforceable
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