Membership

American Society of Mechanical Engineers Noise Control and Acoustics Division

Prepared for Noise/News International, 2014 December.

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers Noise Control and Acoustics Division (ASME NCAD) was established as a Division in 1981 as a not-for-profit organization.

The ASME NCAD purpose states that to promote the art, science and practice of mechanical and multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences to diverse communities throughout the world, the Society shall engage in the dissemination of knowledge, technical standards, research education professional standards, usefulness of the profession and ethical practice.

Groups provide a mechanism by which individual ASME members and non-members may organize to participate in Society activities that are in alignment with the ways and means by which the Society shall fulfill its purpose to promote the art, science and practice of mechanical and multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences to diverse communities throughout the world. As such, Groups may contribute to the Society's mission and global strategic objectives by augmenting and furthering Society-level programs and activities, including professional development programs, networking opportunities, and communicating the excitement of engineering through awards and recognition within the Group's scope. ASME Group types include Technical Divisions, Institutes, Affinity Groups, Sections, Sub-sections and Technical Chapters. ASME governance unites, such as Sector Councils and their Committees, are not classified as Groups.

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