Additional Standards

Additional Standards of Interest

The list below contains standards that our members frequently use as part of their daily work. While these standards are frequently used by engineers and scientists who use engineering analysis tools they are not directly related to engineering analysis.

GroupingStandardMaturity LevelPrimary PurposeApplication DomainApplicable Industry
ASM International
ASM Handbook; Volume 19; Fatigue and Fracture, ISBN 0-87170-385-8, 1998 | Website
ImplementedSimulation in Support of DesignFracture & FatigueAll
ASME
ASME PTC 19.1; 2013: Test Uncertainty | Website
ImplementedSimulation Quality ManagementUncertainty TestingAll
BSI (British Standards Institution)
BS 5400: Steel, Concrete and Composite Bridges | Website | Link
ImplementedSimulation in Support of DesignStructural IntegrityStructures
BSI (British Standards Institution)
BS 7608:2014+A1; 2015: Guide to fatigue design and assessment of steel products | Website
ImplementedSimulation in Support of DesignFracture & Fatigue Structural IntegrityStructures
DVS: German Welding Society (Deutscher Verband für Schweißen)
DVS 1608; 2011: Design and strength assessment of welded structures from aluminium alloys in railway applications, and DVS 1612: Design and endurance strength assessment of welded joints with steels in rail vehicle construction | Website
ImplementedSimulation in Support of DesignFracture & Fatigue Structural IntegrityRail
ISO
ISO 14728: Rolling bearings - Linear motion rolling bearings | Website
ImplementedSimulation in Support of DesignDynamicsBearings
ISO
ISO/IEC Guide 98-3; 2008 (JCGM/WG1/100): Uncertainty of measurement -- Part 3: Guide to the expression of uncertainty in measurement (GUM:1995) | Website | Link
ImplementedSimulation Quality ManagementUncertainty MeasurementAll
VDI (The Association of German Engineers)
VDI 2230: Systematic calculation of high duty bolted joints | Website
ImplementedSimulation in Support of DesignStructural IntegrityAll