VAMAS

AcronymDefinition
VAMASVersailles Project on Advanced Materials and Standards
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Efforts have also begun in standards organizations such as the Versailles project on Advanced Materials and Standards (VAMAS), and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) to understand which techniques are useful for comparing data from different laboratories around the world.
leaders of the G7 countries created the VAMAS for supporting trade through the international collaborative projects aimed at providing the technical basis for harmonized measurements, testing, specifications, and standards for advanced materials.
Now, HUD and NAHB are feverishly drafting a new voluntary affirmative marketing agreement (VAMA) before the New Year's Day deadline.
A major international research program, VAMAS is one of the most successful of 18 technical projects initiated by the June 1982 Economic Summit of Versailles, in France.
It was the focus of a major Versailles Advanced Materials and Standards (VAMAS) international round robin (20-22).
Society of Rheology (Japan), and Versailles Activity for Materials and Standards (VAMAS).
It, however, does not go on to explain how, despite their common sonship, functional differentiation among brothers resulted in the emergence of the four vamas. Hence the use of this example to explain the ranked vama order appears to be unprecedented.
Malung municipality is coordinating the procurement ate Malung municipality including the municipal companies (Malungshem AB Malung-Salen Turism AB, Water and Waste Malung-Salen AB (VAMAS) and Malungs Generator AB) and Vansbro?ventyr municipality.
Part 1: Transport current method, to be published in Cryogenics as part of a Versailles Project on Advanced Materials and Standards (VAMAS) report.
As the VAMAS round-robin tests demonstrated, even quantification of images of dispersed drops may result in a wide spread of data (11).
A new technical working area--TWA 28--in quantitative mass spectroscopy of synthetic polymers has been formed within the Versailles Project on Advanced Materials and Standards (known as VAMAS) to explore the development of a standard method for determining the molecular mass distribution of synthetic polymers (plastics).
Subsequently a second intercomparison involving laboratories in Europe, Japan and the USA was arranged as part of the Versailles Project on Advanced Materials and Standards (VAMAS).