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    NDT Standards from the Perspective of the Department of Defense

    Published: 01 January 1992

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    This presentation illustrates the interaction of the DoD non-Government Society (NGS) bodies in the area of NDT. The adoption process for NGS will be outlined including the criteria for adoption, what adoption means, and the advantages of DoD/NGS interaction.

    The tasks of the DoD's Standardization Program Plan for NDT will be described along with DoD's efforts on a Joint Army, Navy, Air Force (JANNAF) NDE Subcommittee and on an international standardization group (America, Britain, Canada, and Australia) called the Quadripartite Working Group on Proofing, Inspection, and Quality Assurance.


    DoD standardization, NDT, nondestructive testing standardization

    Author Information:

    Strauss, B
    Supervisory materials engineer, U.S. Army Materials Technology Laboratory, SLCMT-MEE, Watertown, MA

    Committee/Subcommittee: E07.09

    DOI: 10.1520/STP23814S