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Aerospace Hydraulic and Pneumatic Specifications and Standards

1971-07-15
HISTORICAL
AIR737C
This report lists military and industry specifications and standards which are used in aerospace hydraulic and pneumatic systems. It is intended as a supplement to Specifications MIL-H-5440 and MIL-P -5518 . Only those hardware standards which have been specifically designed for hydraulic or pneumatic use are listed. Revisions and amendments which are current for these specifications and standards are not listed. Order of procedure for selection of specifications and standards is covered by MIL-STD-143.
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Aerospace Hydraulic and Pneumatic Specifications and Standards

1966-11-15
HISTORICAL
AIR737B
This report lists military and industry specifications and standards which are used in aerospace hydraulic and pneumatic systems. It is intended as a supplement to specifications MIL-H-5440 and MIL-P -5518 . Only those hardware standards which have been specifically designed for hydraulic or pneumatic use are listed. Revisions and amendments which are current for these specifications and standards are not listed.
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Sheet and Strip Surface Finish Nomenclature

2018-04-12
WIP
AS4194B
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) defines the nomenclature for surface finishes commonly used for sheet and strip in aerospace material specifications. It is applicable to steel and to iron, nickel, cobalt, and titanium base alloys.
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Hydrodynamic Drives Terminology

1975-01-01
HISTORICAL
J641A_197501
Since the torque converter and fluid coupling are commonly used components of automatic transmissions in industry, the SAE appointed a committee to standardize terminology, test procedure, data recording, design symbols, and so forth, in this field. The following committee recommendations will facilitate a clear understanding for engineering discussions, comparisons, and the preparation of technical papers. The recommended usages represent the predominant practice or the acceptable practice. Where agreement is not complete, alternates have been included for clarification. EXAMPLE: Two systems of blade angle designations are described. Consequently when a blade angle is specified, the system should be designated. This SAE Recommended Practice deals only with the physical parts and dimensions and does not attempt to standardize the design considerations, such as the actual fluid flow angle resulting from the physical blade shape.
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