If you have a specific standard in mind and you are seeking more information about it, such as a table of contents, scope note, or preview, skip to Search: individual organizations. Locate the appropriate organization and look up the standard on its website.
If you are doing a general search for standards that might apply to your project:
(a) Consult with stakeholders who may be aware of relevant standards, e.g. faculty supervisor, research colleagues, client
(b) Review the individual organizations listed on this page. If there is one (or more) that specializes in your project's technology, go to its website and browse its standards.
Issues standards pertaining to a wide range of materials, products, systems and test procedures. Another convenient way to browse ASTM standards is the print index of ASTM standards (available at the library Reference desk).
The ANSI Webstore indexes a wide range of US, foreign and international standards. It also provides better descriptive information than i2i. Consider searching for standards in the ANSI Webstore, then placing any requests via i2i.
This resource is a searchable dictionary of terms used in standards issued by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Note: this edition of the dictionary (7th) is the most recent, but it is not maintained. It can be used for general reference, but entries are not guaranteed to be up to date.