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A112 Plumbing Materials and Equipment Charter:
The recommendation of suitable standards, or the development of standards where none exist, for performance requirements, composition, dimensions, and/or mechanical and physical properties of materials, fixtures, devices, and equipment used or installed in plumbing or mechanical systems.

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AED Aerospace and Advanced Engineering Drawing Standards Charter:
Develop advanced practices unique to aerospace and other industries. Develop and maintain standards and supplements to the standards currently under the jurisdiction of the Y14 standards committee on engineering drawings and related documentation practices.

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B1 Screw Threads Charter:
Standardization of screw threads, taps, gages and gage blanks, Jnincluding terminology, symbols, forms, designations, standard and special series, the dimensional limits for these series, thread gages and gaging, principles for determining dimensional limits of threads and thread gages and acceptability requirements. Not included are certain specialized screw threads such as those for fire hose couplings.

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B107 Hand Tools and Accessories Charter:
Establish standards for hand tools and accessories. These standards provide performance and safety requirements. These requirements encompass the elements of design, use, performance, tolerances, and configurations of, including but not limited to, wrenches, pliers and snips, screwdrivers, striking and struck tools, and torque instruments. The standards will include consideration of various classes and types of hand tools, and accessories. They will also include any tests that are needed to determine conformance with the performance and safety requirements.

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B18 Standardization of Bolts, Nuts, Rivets, Screws, Washers, and Similar Fasteners Charter:
Standardization of dimensional, physical, and performance requirements for the specification and manufacture of bolts, nut, rivets, screws, washers, and similar fasteners.

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B29 Chains, Attachments, and Sprockets for Power Transmission and Conveying Charter:
Standardization of chains, attachments, and sprockets for power transmission and conveying.

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B32 Metal and Metal Alloy Wrought Mill Product Nominal Sizes Charter:
The standardization of metal and metal alloy wrought mill product nominal sizes and establishment of a standard series or a number of standard series of nominal sizes.

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B40 Committee on Standards for Pressure and Temperature Instruments and Accessories Charter:
The preparation and promulgation of standards for pressure and temperature instruments and accessories.

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B46 Classification and Designation of Surface Qualities Charter:
Classification and designation of surfaces according to quality of surface.

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B5 Machine Tools - Components, Elements, Performance, and Equipment Charter:
The standardization of machine tools, cutting tools and of the elements of machine tool construction and operation relating primarily to their use in manufacturing operations, including work and tool holding elements, driving mechanisms that constitute an inherent part of the machine tool, components and associated appurtenances; nomenclature, designations, sizes, capacities, and tests for accuracy of machine tools and of work and tool holding parts or elements; movements and adjustments of machine tool elements; and parts and elements for adjusting, guiding, and aligning work or tools, including slots and tapes, but excluding punches, dies and screw taps.

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B73 Chemical Standard Pumps Charter:
The development of centrifugal pump standards for chemical, petrochemical and industrial processes.

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B89 Dimensional Metrology Charter:
The calibration, performance evaluation, uncertainty evaluation, and specification of dimensional measuring instruments and gages and the methods of their use for measuring various geometrical characteristics such as lengths, plane surfaces, angles, circles, cylinders, cones, spheres, and tori, as well as profiles.

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EA Industrial System Energy Assessment Standards Committee Charter:
Development of standards for conducting energy improvement assessments of the following industrial systems: steam systems, compressed air systems, process heating systems, and pumping systems.

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H213 Special Committee on Harmonization of Dimensional and Geometrical Product Specifications and Verification Charter:
Harmonize dimensional and geometrical product specifications and verification activities: 1) to develop consensus positions for the US member body to ISO/TC 213 and encourage US participation in its working units; 2) to review and rocommend US standards activities within existing technical cognizant committees including B46, B89, Y14, etc. which shall be responsible for their standards development programs.

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HST Hoists - Overhead Charter:
Performance standards for overhead hoists; in particular, powered wire rope and chain hoists, and hand chain and lever operated hoists. The standards will include, where applicable, terminology, hoist and trolley service classifications, and mechanical and electrical data.

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MAM Manufacturing and Advanced Manufacturing Charter:
The development and maintenance of standards and guidelines addressing manufacturing and advanced manufacturing.

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MBE Model Based Enterprise Charter:
Develop standards or related products that provide rules, guidance, and examples for the creation, use and reuse of model-based datasets, data models, and related topics within a Model-Based Enterprise (MBE)

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MFC Measurement of Fluid Flow in Closed Conduits Charter:
Standardization of rules and methods for the measurement of fluid flow in closed conduits, including terminology and definitions; rules for construction, installation, and conditions under which measurements are to be made; rules for collection, evaluation, and interpretation of measurement data, including errors.

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MUS Standards Committee on Mobile Unmanned Systems Charter:
Establish standards and guidelines that provide safe and reliable application of Mobile Unmanned Systems (MUS) for unmanned aerial systems (UAS), ground/crawlers and submersibles to inspect, monitor, and maintain industrial facilities and power plants as well as equipment, transmission lines, and pipelines.

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PTC Performance Test Codes Standards Committee Charter:
The Performance Test Code Standards Committee develops codes, supplements and other types of documents, which provide rules and procedures for the planning, preparation, execution, and reporting of results for performance tests and evaluations.

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RAP Power Plant Reliability, Availability and Performance Charter:
Establish standards and guidelines that provide for the optimization of power plants to enhance reliability, availability and performance, which includes design for operation and design for maintenance.

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STS Steel Stacks Charter:
Standardization as it relates primarily to the design and construction of steel stacks, with or without lining and supports, and to the application of lining or cladding to such stacks, where required, and recommendation for their inspection and maintenance.

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V&V Verification and Validation in Computational Modeling and Simulation Charter:
Coordinate, promote, and foster the development of standards that provide procedures for assessing and quantifying the accuracy and credibility of computational models and simulations.

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WEG Water Efficiency Guidelines for Power and Other Industrial Facilities Charter:
“Develop guidance documents to promote the efficient use of water in applications within power and other industrial facilities and to aid in evaluation of technical options. Topics include, but are not limited to, cooling systems, the use of fresh and non-fresh water resources, and innovative water reuse and water recovery technologies.”

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Y14 Engineering Product Definition and Related Documentation Practices Charter:
The development and maintenance of national standards for defining and documenting a product throughout its life cycle and related certification activities. This shall be accomplished by: 1) recognizing the continuing need for existing standards regardless of the source medium (e.g., paper, film, and digital) or method of preparation (e.g., manual or computer generated); 2) providing standardization where a variety of practices exist within industry and government; 3) providing standards for new concepts and technologies; and 4) supporting and coordinating development and harmonizing of standards with responsible standardization bodies, including ANSI, ISO, and government agencies.

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