This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) establishes the requirements for a V-band grooved clamp couplings that are intended for use on fluid-line tubing joints, tailpipe joints, and accessory mount joints, on flight vehicles or other attachments. The semi-rigid coupling joint assemblies, hereafter referred to as “the joint”, shall operate within the temperature range of −65 to +1200 °F.
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) provides design criteria and performance tests for portable, handheld, battery-powered, electronic megaphones used by aircraft crew members to provide information and guidance in the event of an aircraft emergency or other non-routine situation.
This document contains a "sample" Control Plan with explanations as to the intended content of various sections. It also can serve as a sample technical construction file as specified by the European EMC Directive.
This document covers the requirements for insulated, single-conductor, electric wires with tin-coated, silver-coated, or nickel-coated conductors of copper or copper alloy as specified in the applicable performance sheet (see Appendix A for sample). It provides general performance requirements, ratings, and information for various characteristics of insulated wire systems used in aerospace applications. Numerical test requirements, or parameters, were originally developed using either english or metric units. The original, primary, units are shown first with the secondary (converted) units in parentheses. Secondary units are listed for not information only and are not to be considered requirements. Wire will be assigned a level of performance for many requirements set forth in this standard. These performance levels, in addition to numerical test results, shall be listed in the applicable performance sheet.
This international standard establishes flexure and pressure impulse test procedures for determining and classifying the fatigue strengths of bent aircraft hydraulic tubing. The procedures are intended for use with high- and low-pressure system assemblies for evaluation of new materials or for qualification purposes.
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) provides background information, technical data and related technical references for minimization of electrostatic hazards in aircraft fuel systems. Techniques used to minimize the electrostatic hazard include: Reducing fueling rate into tank bays including use of multiple refueling inlet nozzles. Reducing refuel plumbing flow velocities. Introducing fuel into the tank at a low velocity near the bottom and directing it to impinge upon a grounded conducting surface. Avoiding electrically isolated conductors in the fuel tank. Using conductivity additives in the fuel.
This document applies to special purpose equipment, excluding fixed facilities, which is used in the ground handling, servicing, and maintenance of aircraft. Equipment covered under other sections of the Federal Register Part 1910 is excluded from this document. This document is to establish minimum safety requirements and should not be used for vehicle design criteria. Equipment existing prior to publication date is excluded from the requirements of this document.
This standard describes test methods for insulated, single conductor, electric wire intended for aerospace applications. Particular requirements for the wire being tested need to be specified in a procurement document or other detail specification. Suggested minimum requirements are included in the notes at the end of some of the test methods. SAE Performance Standard AS4372 uses some of the tests in this document for evaluating comparative performance of aerospace wires.
This specification covers environment resistant, permanent crimp type, splices having a heat shrinkable insulating sleeve and meltable environment seals. They may be used with tin plated and silver plated conductors in applications where the total temperature of the wire insulation does not exceed 150C.