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1961-04-01
Magazine
1961-03-01
Standard
AS130A
This standard establishes basic design criteria including preferred bend radii, straight lengths between bends, flattening and surface conditions in the bend area. Also included is a table of preferred tubing sizes and wall thicknesses and a formula for determining a minimum bend radius for a given tube diameter.
1961-03-01
Magazine
1961-02-01
Standard
ARP671
This recommended practice covers single row, radial, deep groove, non-filling slot type ball bearings having tolerance grades 1, 3, 5 and 7, and having varying radial clearances.
1961-02-01
Magazine
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610055
S. E. Robinson
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610298
W. E. Currie
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610235
R. H. WHITE
All present-day passenger car automatic transmissions employ epicyclic or planetary gearing. This is not new but goes back at least as far as the Model T. This discussion will be directed to two areas of this type of transmission, the first part being the radial bearings in the planet gears. The second part will deal with the thrust bearings used in the geared section of the transmission and the torque converter section which is a part of the transmission package.
1961-01-01
Standard
AMS7205B
This specification covers tubular-shaped pins, fabricated from carbon steel, having a full-length longitudinal slot to permit flexure when inserted into a hole.
1961-01-01
Magazine
1960-12-01
Magazine
1960-11-15
Standard
AS472A
No scope available.
1960-11-15
Standard
AS470A
No scope available.
1960-11-15
Standard
AS471A
No scope available.
1960-11-15
Standard
AS468A
No scope available.
1960-11-15
Standard
AS473A
No scope available.
1960-11-15
Standard
AS176A
The Table of Limits and the corresponding Limits and Lubrication Charts covered by this specification are to be used in connection with inspection, repair and assembly operations of aircraft engines. Included are such items as fits, clearances, backlashes, spring loads, and the methods of tightening threaded parts such as torque, angle of turn, or bolt stretch. The Lubrication Charts, if furnished, are to be used for tracing the oil flow through the engine.
1960-11-15
Standard
ARP573A
This ARP provides data for silver, copper, and nickel alloy brazed joints, based on sound engineering principles currently used throughout the aerospace propulsion systems industry, and provides a recommended practice for appropriate design configurations, engine and propeller standard utility parts, as applicable, and other propulsion systems components. It further establishes a common standard practice for swaged tubing and a common standard for the inside diameter of the mating part of fittings for either silver, copper or nickel brazed joints. The purpose of establishing a common inside diameter for brazing applications is to facilitate manufacturing and to reduce the cost of related parts.
1960-11-01
Standard
AMS7454C
1. SCOPE: 1.1 Type: This specification covers high quality holts and screws made of a low-alloy, heat resistant steel. 1. 2 Application: Primarily for joining parts where high strength up to 900'F (480'C) is reqnired.
1960-11-01
Standard
AS469A
No scope available.
1960-10-01
Standard
AS430
This Aeronautical Standard covers the following basic types of fire detection instruments, or combinations thereof, intended for use in protecting aircraft powerplant installation, auxiliary powerplants, combustion heaters and other installations where fuel, oil or similar fires may occur. Basic Types: Definition of Type I: Thermal - Fixed Temperature, an instrument which will actuate an alarm signal when exposed to any temperature above a definite pre-established level. Type II: Thermal - Rate of Rise, an instrument which will actuate an alarm signal when exposed to any rate of temperature change abouve a definite pre-established level. Type III: Flame - Contact, an instrument which will actuate an alarm signal when exposed to physical contact with flame.
1960-10-01
Magazine
1960-10-01
Standard
ARP600
Torques to be determined for tube or hose end connections shall be specific for a material combination; however, may vary upon consideration of variables for a given tube size. These variables include tube material, fitting material, testing medium, required proof pressure and lubricant used. Resultant torques from substitution of listed variables will vary for a given tube size. Therefore, a developed torque is satisfactory only for the specific combination used in its formulation. These valves are to be used for connecting tubing and hose assemblies to each other and/or to related equipment.
1960-08-01
Standard
AS678
No scope available.
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