ASME ActivitiesEnabling a Model Based EnterpriseBy Fredric ConstantinoNIST MBE Summit 2018
Overview of ASME Standardization History Vision, Mission, and Strategic Focus Organization Enabling MBE Activities
WHAT IS A STANDARD?
WHAT IS A STANDARD?Standard – A set of technical definitions,instructions, rules, guidelines, orcharacteristics set forth to provide consistentand comparable results, including: Items manufactured uniformly, providingfor interchangeability Tests and analyses conducted reliably,minimizing the uncertainty of the results Facilities designed and constructed forsafe operation
HISTORY Industrial revolution:fueled by novelapplications of steampower Between 1898 and 1903alone, over 1200 peoplewere killed in the U.S. in 1900 separate boilerexplosions Key problem: Lack ofunderstanding,consistency, and safetyfeatures in boiler designand operationGrover Shoe FactoryBrockton, MA 1905
HISTORYTimeline of Early ASME Standardization Milestones1880188419051914ASME founded toaddress issues withindustrializationand mechanizationIssues firststandard, Codefor the Conductof Trials ofSteam BoilersStandard forProportions ofMachine ScrewSizesFirst edition ofthe Boiler andPressure VesselCode191619181921Safety Codefor CranesFoundingmember ofAmericanEngineeringStandardsCommittee(later known asANSI)SafetyCode forElevators
VISION, MISSION, ANDSTRATEGIC FOCUS AREASVision and MissionVISIONSTATEMENTSASMEASMESTANDARDS &CERTIFICATIONMISSIONSTATEMENTSTo be the essential resource formechanical engineers and othertechnical professionalsthroughout the world forsolutions that benefithumankindTo serve diverse globalcommunities by advancing,disseminating and applyingengineering knowledge forimproving the quality of life;and communicating theexcitement of engineeringTo be the world leader inmechanical andmultidisciplinary engineeringcodes, standards, conformityassessment programs, andrelated products and servicesTo develop the best, mostapplicable codes, standards,conformity assessmentprograms, and related productsand services in the world for thebenefit of humanity
ORGANIZATIONASME S&C Organization ChartASMECouncil onStandards and CertificationBoard onStandardization andTestingBoard on SafetyCodes & StandardsBoard on NewDevelopmentBoard onCodes &StandardsOperationsBoard onHearings andAppealsSupervisory BoardAdvisory BoardBoard on PressureTechnologyCodes & StandardsBoard on NuclearCodes & StandardsBoard on ConformityAssessmentEnergy andEnvironmentalStandardsAdvisory BoardBoard onStrategicInitiatives
ORGANIZATIONASME S&C Organization ChartASMECouncil onStandards and CertificationBoard onStandardization andTestingMBEActivityBoard on SafetyCodes & StandardsBoard on NewDevelopmentBoard onCodes &StandardsOperationsBoard onHearings andAppealsSupervisory BoardAdvisory BoardBoard on PressureTechnologyCodes & StandardsBoard on NuclearCodes & StandardsBoard on ConformityAssessmentEnergy andEnvironmentalStandardsAdvisory BoardBoard onStrategicInitiatives
ORGANIZATIONASME S&C Organization ChartBoardProvides procedural oversight for all activitiesStandardsCommitteesEstablishes consensus on all technical mattersSubcommitteesSubgroupsWGs, TGs, PTsProvides recommendations on technical matters tothe standards committee in a given subject area –e.g., Dimensioning and TolerancingDevelops proposal in a given specialty –e.g., Edges TreatmentDevelops detailed proposals in a specific field –e.g., Valve Design
ORGANIZATIONASME Standards Development Process TimeframeMonths0Document DevelopmentStandards Committee BallotComment Review and Draft RevisionTasksRecirculation BallotPublic Review PeriodComent Review and Draft RevisionBoard ReviewPublication Process102030405060
ACTIVITIESASME Y14 Engineering Product Definitionand Related Documentation PracticesCharter:1)2)3)4)The development and maintenance of national standards for defining anddocumenting a product throughout its life cycle and related certificationactivities. This shall be accomplished by:recognizing the continuing need for existing standards regardless of thesource medium (e.g., paper, film, and digital) or method of preparation(e.g., manual or computer generated);providing standardization where a variety of practices exist withinindustry and government;providing standards for new concepts and technologies; andsupporting and coordinating development and harmonizing of standardswith responsible standardization bodies, including ANSI, ISO, andgovernment agencies.
ACTIVITIESASME Y14 Engineering Product Definitionand Related Documentation PracticesY14.41 – Digital Product Definition Data Practices Establishes requirements, defines exceptions, and referencesdocuments applicable to the preparation and revision of digitalproduct definition data, referred to as data sets or drawings indigital format. Product definition data denotes the totality of data elements required tocompletely define a product. This includes geometry, topology, relationships,tolerances, attributes, and features necessary to completely define acomponent part or an assembly of parts for the purpose of design, analysis,manufacture, test, and inspection. (See ASME Y14.100). Currently under revision Revising figures for weld and surface finish symbology to coordinatedproperly with text and align with Y14.36 Surface Texture Symbols. Reviewing Non-Uniform Profile tolerance distribution in 3D.www.asme.org/shop/standards
ACTIVITIESASME Y14 Engineering Product Definitionand Related Documentation PracticesY14.46 – Product Definition for Additive MFG Establishes methods to describe complex parts, internalgeometric features (e.g., matrices, engineered voids, curvingchannels), build orientation, fill patterns, local toolpathorientations, integrated components manufactured at the sametime, and specifying the geometric placement of the material andmaterial gradients. Covers GD&T methods, symbology, geometric tolerance controls, thecontrol of free state variation, and the establishment of datums related toadditive manufacturing technologies for their uniform specification onengineering drawings and related documents. Published as a Draft Standard for Trial Use December 2017 One year request for commenting: http://go.asme.org/Y14CommentForm
ACTIVITIESASME Y14.46 – 2017Structure Data Package Requirements– Identification of Data Products– Model Schema and Organization Process Specific Definition– Planning and Pre-processing– In Process– Post-processing Part Definition– Distinguishing Intermittent Stages of AMProcessing– Geometry Characteristics Specific toAdditive Manufacturing– Material Definition– Datum Referencing– Notes Verification and Conformanceto Specifications– Functional Requirements– Inspection
ACTIVITIESASME Y14.46 – 2017Table of Content220.127.116.11.5.GeneralDefinitionsSupplemental GeometryProduct and Process Definition RequirementsProduct Data Packages (PDP)Nonmandatory AppendicesA. Example AM NotesB. Defining Transition RegionsC. Reference Documents to Test for Conformance
ACTIVITIESASME Y14 Engineering Product Definitionand Related Documentation PracticesY14.47 – DRAFT 3D Model Organization Schema This standard establishes a schema for organizing the datawithin a 3D model contained in a digital product definitiondata set. The schema defines a common practice to improve designproductivity and to deliver consistent data content and structure toconsumers of the data. An alternate method of data organization maybe used as long as a cross-reference is provided to the schema. Shall replace Appendix B of MIL-STD-31000A used todefine a 3D technical data package (TDP) for the DoD. Will standardize the exchange of 3D model data used todefine an item for manufacturing and procurement.
ACTIVITIESASME Y14.47 – 20XXTopics Covered Glossary of Terms Data Set Completeness State Organizational Framework Requirements:–––––––Naming ConventionsAssociated GroupsSaved ViewsPresentation StatesAnnotation OrientationModel NotesMeta Data
ACTIVITIESASME Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) Charter– Developing standards providing rules, guidance, and examples for thecreation and use of model-based datasets, data models, and related topicswithin a MBE. Areas of Concentration– Types of models and their intended uses; rules for representingrequirements and constraints; types of features and data elements formodel-based datasets; schemas for datasets; creating, managing andusing product definition and process definition data; managing linksbetween product definition and process definition; rules governing dataquality; managing discrepancies.
ACTIVITIESASME Model-Based Enterprise (MBE)ASME Meeting: 05 Apr 2018 Open to all NIST MBE Summit Attendees Draft Agenda: 13:00 to 13:10, Welcome (Fred and Tom)13:10 to 13:30, MBE committee logistics update (Fred)13:30 to 14:15, Near-term (2-3 yr) Use Case Identification– 14:15 to 14:25, Break14:25 to 15:10, Long-term (5-10 yr) Use Case Identification– Each attendee provides top 3 use cases the committee should tackle eventually15:10 to 15:30, Solicit input on liaisonships– Each attendee provides top 3 use cases the committee should tackle immediatelyOther organizations we should engage (e.g., IEEE, INCOSE, SME, ASTM)15:30 to 15:45, Getting involved15:45 to 16:15, Question and Answer16:15 to 16:20, Next steps and summary
QUESTIONS?Fredric ConstantinoTel: (212) [email protected]