What is ASME?
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) is an engineering society that focuses on mechanical engineering. ASME was founded in 1880 by Henry Rossiter Worthington, Matthias N. Forney, John Edison Sweet, and Alexander Lyman Holley. It was primarily established to take on the numerous malfunctions of steam boiler pressure vessels.
ASME is famous for setting codes and standards in mechanical engineering. In fact, the organization is responsible for one of largest technical publishing newspapers – the ASME Press. ASME caters to the science community through its various technical conferences and professional development courses. In addition, the organization supports many educational programs each year.
ASME at UC Davis Partners
The ASME club at UC Davis sponsors several student run clubs at Davis. Here is a link to the UC Davis Formula Racing Team.
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2017 ASME 2nd Annual Walk on Water
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2016 ASME 1st Annual Walk on Water