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Performance Criteria for Falling Object Protective Structure (FOPS) for Industrial Machines

1985-04-01
HISTORICAL
J1043_198504
This standard applies to General Purpose Industrial Machines, as described in SAE J1116, which are equipped with Rollover Protective Structures (ROPS). This SAE Standard establishes performance criteria for Falling Object Protective Structures (FOPS) intended to provide operators of general purpose industrial machines with overhead protection from objects such as bricks, concrete blocks, and small hand tools that may fall from heights of not more than 9 m (30 ft) above the ground, encountered in operations such as highway maintenance, landscaping, and other services on construction sites where the falling object develops an energy not to exceed 1360 J (1000 ft-lbf).
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Test Procedure for Parking Stability of Motorcycles

2018-03-30
WIP
J1101
Side stands and center stands are designed to support stationary two wheel motorcycles. This SAE Recommended Practice establishes procedures for determining parking surface loading and stability limits as follows: a. The footprint pressure exerted on a horizontal parking surface by the stand, b. The tilt angle of the parking surface at which tip-over occurs, and c. the tilt angle of the parking surface at which roll-off occurs.
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Hydraulic Excavator Lift Capacity Calculation and Test Procedure

2008-04-14
CURRENT
J1097_200804
This standard provides a uniform method to calculate and a test procedure to validate hydraulic excavator lift capacity. It establishes definitions and specifies machine conditions for calculations in Section 1 and identifies the validating test procedure in Section 2.
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Horn - Forward Warning - Electric - Performance, Test, and Application

2013-04-30
WIP
J1105
This document establishes the following criteria for electrically operated forward warning horns on mobile construction machinery: (a) Forward warning horn performance requirements; (b) Measurement technique for horn performance requirements; (c) Laboratory environmental tests; and (d) Horn activation on the vehicle.
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Test Procedure for Parking Stability of Motorcycles

2007-11-30
HISTORICAL
J1101_200711
Side stands and center stands are designed to support stationary two wheel motorcycles. This SAE Recommended Practice establishes procedures for determining parking surface loading and stability limits as follows: a. The footprint pressure exerted on a horizontal parking surface by the stand, b. The tilt angle of the parking surface at which tip-over occurs, and c. the tilt angle of the parking surface at which roll-off occurs.
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Test Procedure for Parking Stability of Motorcycles

2012-03-15
CURRENT
J1101_201203
Side stands and center stands are designed to support stationary two wheel motorcycles. This SAE Recommended Practice establishes procedures for determining parking surface loading and stability limits as follows: a The footprint pressure exerted on a horizontal parking surface by the stand. b The tilt angle of the parking surface at which tip-over occurs. c The tilt angle of the parking surface at which roll-off occurs.
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Test Procedure for Parking Stability of Motorcycles

1978-10-01
HISTORICAL
J1101_197810
Side stands and center stands are designed to support stationary two wheel motorcycles. This SAE Recommended Practice establishes procedures for determining parking surface loading and stability limits as follows: a. The footprint pressure exerted on a horizontal parking surface by the stand, b. The tilt angle of the parking surface at which tip-over occurs, and c. the tilt angle of the parking surface at which roll-off occurs.
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Test Procedure for Parking Stability of Motorcycles

1992-06-01
HISTORICAL
J1101_199206
Side stands and center stands are designed to support stationary two wheel motorcycles. This SAE Recommended Practice establishes procedures for determining parking surface loading and stability limits as follows: a. The footprint pressure exerted on a horizontal parking surface by the stand, b. The tilt angle of the parking surface at which tip-over occurs, and c. the tilt angle of the parking surface at which roll-off occurs.
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Component Nomenclature--Articulated Log Skidder, Rubber-Tired

1975-05-01
HISTORICAL
J1109_197505
This SAE Standard includes names of major components and parts particular to this type of machine. Illustrations used here are not intended to include all existing commercial machines, or to be exactly descriptive of any particular machine. They have been chosen to describe the principles to be used in applying this document (see Figures 1 and 2).
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Component Nomenclature--Articulated Log Skidder, Rubber-Tired

2013-02-18
WIP
J1109
This SAE Standard includes names of major components and parts particular to this type of machine. Illustrations used here are not intended to include all existing commercial machines, or to be exactly descriptive of any particular machine. They have been chosen to describe the principles to be used in applying this document (see Figures 1 and 2).
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Classification and Nomenclature Towing Winch for Skidders and Crawler Tractors

1977-06-01
HISTORICAL
J1014_197706
This SAE Standard includes only those towing winches commonly used on skidders and crawler tractors. These winches are used on self-propelled machines described in SAE J1057; J1116; and J1209. Specifically excluded are those winches used for hoisting operations. This document classifies the major types of winch and establishes nomenclature for major winch components. Examples used here are not intended to include all existing winches nor to be descriptive of any particular winch.
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Measurement of Whole Body Vibration of the Seated Operator of Off-Highway Work Machines

2007-11-20
CURRENT
J1013_200711
This SAE Standard defines a method for the measurement of the whole body vibration to which the seated operator of off-highway self-propelled work machines is exposed while performing an actual or simulated operation. It applies to vibration transmitted to the operator through the seat. There are not equivalent ISO Standards. In the main body of this document, conditions are defined for measuring and recording whole body vibration of the seated operator of off-highway self-propelled work machines. The specification of instruments, analytic methods, and description of site and operating conditions allows the measurements to be made and reported with an acceptable precision. The procedure includes means of weighing the vibration level at different frequencies as specified in ISO2631. A standard format for reporting spectral data is recommended. The definitions, instruments, and analytic methods also apply to simulated tests for operator vibration as performed in laboratories.
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Classification and Nomenclature Towing Winch for Skidders and Crawler Tractors

2004-05-19
HISTORICAL
J1014_200405
This SAE Standard includes only those towing winches commonly used on skidders and crawler tractors. These winches are used on self-propelled machines described in SAE J1057; J1116; and J1209. Specifically excluded are those winches used for hoisting operations. This document classifies the major types of winch and establishes nomenclature for major winch components. Examples used here are not intended to include all existing winches nor to be descriptive of any particular winch.
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Measurement of Whole Body Vibration of the Seated Operator of Off-Highway Work Machines

1992-08-01
HISTORICAL
J1013_199208
This SAE Standard defines a method for the measurement of the whole body vibration to which the seated operator of off-highway self-propelled work machines is exposed while performing an actual or simulated operation. It applies to vibration transmitted to the operator through the seat. There are not equivalent ISO Standards. In the main body of this document, conditions are defined for measuring and recording whole body vibration of the seated operator of off-highway self-propelled work machines. The specification of instruments, analytic methods, and description of site and operating conditions allows the measurements to be made and reported with an acceptable precision. The procedure includes means of weighing the vibration level at different frequencies as specified in ISO2631. A standard format for reporting spectral data is recommended. The definitions, instruments, and analytic methods also apply to simulated tests for operator vibration as performed in laboratories.
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