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Standards in the ASU Library: N

List of available industry standards for organizations whose acronyms start with "N"

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standards labeled as: 

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    AA-AFPA

    AGA-ANS

    ANSI

    ANSLG-ARMA

    AS-AWWA

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Please note ...

The ASU Library's standards collection is intended for the use of ASU faculty, staff and currently enrolled students. 

Individuals not affliated with ASU who live in the Phoenix metropolitan area are welcome to come to the Noble Library on the Tempe campus to view the standards.  Items in the collection are not available for checkout or loan to other libraries; because of copyright restrictions, we do not provide photocopies or scanned copies to those unaffiliated with ASU.  

NFOPA (National Forest Products Association)

The following NFoPA standards are available in paper copy in the Noble Library on the Tempe campus unless specified otherwise. Standards housed in Noble are "Library use only" and are not available for checkout.

  • Design values for wood construction : a supplement to the 1982 ed. [of] National design specification for wood construction; see ASU Library Catalog for holdings and location.
  • National design specification for stress-grade lumber and its fastenings; see ASU Library Catalog for holdings and location.
  • National design specification, wood construction : recommended practice : structural lumber, glued laminated timber, timber pilings, fastenings; see ASU Library Catalog for holdings and location.
  • NFoPA NDS 1991
  • NFoPA TR 1 1961 (Comparative Fire Test on Wood and Steel Joists)
  • NFoPA TR 2 1961? (Heating and Air Conditioning Study of a Wood-Frame and a Masonry Structure)
  • NFoPA TR 3 1961? (Comparative Fire Test of Timber and Steel Beams)

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