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ASME Y14.24-2012 pdf download.Types and Applications of Engineering Drawings.
3.2 Administrative Control Number administrative control number: a number assigned to one or more interchangeable purchased items by a vendor item control drawing for administrative purposes. An administrative control number may also be assigned to an item defined by an envelope drawing. The number also serves as the PIN for specifying such items in a parts list. The administrative control number is assigned in addition to the item identification assigned by the original design activity. 3.3 Artwork Master artwork master: an accurately scaled, usually 1:1, pattern that is used to produce the production master. 3.4 As Applicable as applicable: this term requires inclusionofthose product definition elements necessary to establish end-product requirements. 3.5 Assembly assembly: a number of parts or combination thereof that are joined to perform a specific function and subject to disassembly without degradation of any of the parts (e.g., power shovel-front, fan assembly, audio-frequency amplifier). (ASME Y14.100) NOTE: The distinction between an assembly and a subassembly is determined by individual application. An assembly in one instance may be a subassembly in another instance where it forms a portion of a higher assembly. (ASME Y14.100) 3.6 Associated Data associated data: any document referenced on an engi- neering drawing that establishes some portion of the engineering requirements. 3.7 Associated List associated list: a tabulation of engineering information pertaining to an item depicted on an engineering draw- ing or by a set of drawings (e.g., application list, data list, index list, parts list, and wire list). (ASME Y14.34) 3.8 Burn-In burn-in: to operate electronic items under specified envi- ronmental and test conditions to eliminate early failures and to stabilize the items prior to actual use. 3.9 Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code: a five- character code that provides a unique activity identifier used by the government for activity identification. This method of activity identification has also been widely adopted by industry. CAGE Codes are listed in Cataloging Handbook H4/H8. (ASME Y14.100) 4 3.10 Commercial Item commercial item: an existing product, material, compo- nent, subsystem, or system sold or traded to the general public in the course of normal business operations at prices based on established catalog or market prices. 3.11 Computer Program/Software computer program/software: a series of instructions that direct a computer to perform a sequence of operations that produce a desired output. This program may be stored on one or more physical media such as optical disk, magnetic tape, magnetic disks, or punched cards. The terms “computer program” and “computer soft- ware” are used synonymously. 3.12 Critical Application critical application: uses where failure of the item would result in one or more of the following conditions: (a) risk of personal injury or endangerment of life (b) loss of or damage to equipment (c) degradation of performance to a point that would jeopardize its capacity to fulfill its intended function 3.13 Design Activity design activity: an organization that has, or has had, responsibility for the design of an item. (ASME Y14.100) 3.13.1 Current Design Activity current design activity: the design activity currently responsible for the design of an item. This may be the original design activity or a design activity to which the design responsibility has been transferred. (ASME Y14.100) 3.13.2 Original Design Activity original design activity: the design activity originally responsible for the design and identification of an item whose drawing number and activity identification are shown in the title block of the drawings and associated documents. (ASME Y14.100) 3.14 Design Activity Identification (DAI) Design Activity Identification (DAI): the application of an identifier that distinguishes an activity or organization fromanother activityor organization. Examples ofactiv- ity identification include activity name, activity name and address, or CAGE Code. (ASME Y14.100) 3.15 Design Disclosure Drawing(s) design disclosure drawing(s): a drawing or set of drawings and associated data that delineates the detailed engi- neering requirements of an end product necessary for thefabrication,assembly,inspection,andtestofthe item. 3.16 Discrete Wiring Board discrete wiring board: a base material upon which discrete wiring techniques are used to obtain electrical interconnections.

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