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Title: The necessity and complexity of standardization
Authors: Kazantseva, T. V.
Kazantseva, N. K.
Tkachuk, G. A.
Nevolina, A. L.
Baganov, N. A.
Aleksandrov, V. A.
Kukhar, V. S.
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society
Citation: The necessity and complexity of standardization / T. V. Kazantseva, N. K. Kazantseva, G. A. Tkachuk, et al. — DOI 10.37394/23203.2020.15.56 // WSEAS Transactions on Systems and Control. — 2020. — Vol. 15. — P. 568-575.
Abstract: -The standards are one of the most important infrastructural elements of the economy. The relationship between all factors ensuring product quality and safety is carried out by using complex standardization. The standards establish and ensure the technically achievable level of safety, quality and competitiveness of products. The main factors of standardization object: the object composition, object production and monitoring, in their turn, form the following more precise groups of factors, determining the object quality: primary products and materials, component nodes and parts, production technology, equipment, tools and appliances, measurement means, and test methods. On the example of a specific standard, the "tree of references" of the first and second levels and the problems of an integrated approach for establishing quality requirements for a specific product is considered. The necessity and complexity of updating the requirements that ensure the systematization, optimization and coordination of all interacting factors influencing a specific object of standardization and providing an economically optimal level of quality of the object are demonstrated. © 2020, World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society. All rights reserved.
Access: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
SCOPUS ID: 85093821040
PURE ID: 14123983
ISSN: 19918763
DOI: 10.37394/23203.2020.15.56
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