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NIST Pubs

Annual Manufacturing Review: 2019

Author(s)
Douglas S. Thomas
This report provides an overview of the US manufacturing industry. There are three aspects of US manufacturing that are considered: (1) how the US industry

Compartment Fire Experiments on Long-Span Composite-Beams with Simple Shear Connections Part 1: Experiment Design and Beam Behavior at Ambient Temperature

Author(s)
Selvarajah Ramesh, Lisa Y. Choe, Mina S. Seif, Matthew S. Hoehler, William L. Grosshandler, Ana Sauca, Matthew F. Bundy, Yi Bao, Matthew Klegseth, John Reilly, Branko Glisic
The National Institute of Standards and Technology recently expanded its large-scale structural-fire testing capabilities in the National Fire Research

Mission Critical Voice Quality of Experience Access Time Measurement Methods

Author(s)
Jaden K. Pieper, Jesse M. Frey, Chelsea J. Greene, Zainab O. Soetan, Silas T. Thompson, Donald A. Bradshaw, Steven Voran
Access time generally describes the time associated with the establishment of a talk path upon user request to speak and has been identified as a key component

Formal Methods for Statistical Software

Author(s)
Paul E. Black
"Statistical software" encompasses several distinct classes of software. This report explains what formal methods, tools, and approaches may be able to increase

Wireless User Requirements for the Factory Workcell

Author(s)
Karl R. Montgomery, Richard Candell, Yongkang Liu, Mohamed T. Hany
Wireless communication is becoming crucial to advanced manufacturing. Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing depend on networked industrial automation systems.