Acoustics Standards activity in Canada 2008 update and invitation to participate
Keywords:Chemical shift, Electric currents, Magnetic anisotropy, Standards, Acoustics standards, Canadian standards associations, Standards activities
AbstractThis article is an update for 2008 of Acoustics Standards activities in Canada, especially those of CSA: the Canadian Standards Association. Canadian acousticians are invited to contact the author to become more involved with the many acoustics standards activities currently underway in Canada and on behalf of Canada around the world. CSA currently has 10 Acoustics Standards and three more with significant acoustics content. Over five times that number of international acoustics standards have been reviewed and endorsed in a new Canadian Standard, Z107.10. This innovative standard streamlines the process whereby CSA endorses standards suitable for use in Canada from other organisations, such as ANSI and ISO.
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