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WIP Standard
2014-04-25
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) presents historical information and background data related to hydrant valves and couplers used in worldwide ground refueling of commercial aircraft (hereafter generically referred to as hydrant devices). Military hydrant devices are not included since their mission requirements demand approaches that may differ.
Standard
2014-04-09
This standard specifies the communications hardware and software requirements for fueling Hydrogen Surface Vehicles (HSV), such as fuel cell vehicles, but may also be used where appropriate, with heavy duty vehicles (e.g., busses) and industrial trucks (e.g., forklifts) with compressed hydrogen storage. It contains a description of the communications hardware and communications protocol that may be used to refuel the HSV. The intent of this standard is to enable harmonized development and implementation of the hydrogen fueling interfaces. This standard is intended to be used in conjunction with the hydrogen fueling protocol, SAE J2601, Compressed Hydrogen Light Duty Vehicle Fueling Protocol and SAE J2600, Compressed Hydrogen Surface Vehicle Fueling Connection Devices.
Standard
2013-12-19
Scope is unavailable.
Standard
2013-09-10
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) presents all appropriate boss dimensions from .125 inch to 2.0 inch tube sizes.
Standard
2013-01-04
This document is applicable to commercial and military aircraft fuel quantity indication systems. It is intended to give guidance for system design and installation. It describes key areas to be considered in the design of a modern fuel system, and builds upon experiences gained in the industry in the last 10 years.
WIP Standard
2012-11-29
SAE J2600 applies to design, safety and operation verification of Compressed Hydrogen Surface Vehicle (CHSV) refuelling connection devices hereinafter referred to as nozzle and receptacle. CHSV Refuelling nozzles and receptacles shall consist of the following components, as applicable. Alternatives may be used as long as the alternative geometries shall not be interchangeable with the standard geometry specified in this SAE Standard and the standard geometry in Section 6 provides insufficient flow rates: a. Receptacle and protective cap (mounted on vehicle) (see Section 6 and 7); b. Nozzle (see Section 5). This document applies to devices which have Working Pressures of 25 MPa, 35 MPa, 50 MPa or 70 MPa hereinafter referred to in this document as the following (see 9.1c): H25 - 25 MPa at 15 °C; H35 - 35 MPa at 15 °C; H50 - 50 MPa at 15 °C; H70 - 70 MPa at 15 °C. This document applies to nozzles and receptacles which (1) prevent hydrogen fuelled vehicles from being refuelled by dispenser stations with Working Pressures higher than the vehicle; (2) allow hydrogen vehicles to be refuelled by dispenser stations with Working Pressures equal to or lower than the vehicle fuel system Working Pressure, (3) prevent hydrogen fuelled vehicles from being refuelled by other compressed gases dispensing stations and (4) prevent other gaseous fuelled vehicles from being refuelled by hydrogen dispensing stations.
Standard
2012-11-19
SAE J2600 applies to the design and testing of Compressed Hydrogen Surface Vehicle (CHSV) fueling connectors, nozzles, and receptacles. Connectors, nozzles, and receptacles must meet all SAE J2600 requirements and pass all SAE J2600 testing to be considered as SAE J2600 compliant. This document applies to devices which have Pressure Classes of H11, H25, H35, H50 or H70.
Standard
2012-01-03
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) defines the maximum allowable free opening dimensions for airframe fueling ports on civil aircraft that require the exclusive use of gasoline as an engine fuel, and the minimum free opening dimensions for airframe fueling ports on civil aircraft that operate with turbine fuels as the primary fuel type and with gasoline as the emergency fuel type. This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) also defines the features and dimensions for airframe refueling ports on civil aircraft that require the exclusive use of turbine fuel as an engine fuel. In addition, this document defines the minimum fuel nozzle spout dimensions for turbine fuel ground service equipment, and the maximum fuel nozzle spout diameter for gasoline ground service equipment.
Standard
2011-08-10
These recommnedations are written to cover the subject of engine exhaust gas to air type heat exchangers under the following clasifications: Cabin Heating: (All occupied regions and windshields heating). Wing and empennage heating. Engine and Accesory Heating: (When heater is installed as part of the aircraft). These recommendations are not intended to cover the design of secondary exchangers which may be required when engine exhaust gas to air type heat exchangers are used in supplying ventilating air.
WIP Standard
2009-04-06
This document is a guideline for the design of an Aviation Aircraft Refueling and Defueling Tanker Vehicle and for the materials and components used thereon. The criteria set forth herein are the minimum recommendations and are limited to aircraft refueling vehicles for airport operations with operating fuel pressures and flow rates as specified within this document.
Standard
2008-08-12
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) presents historical information and background data related to hydrant valves and couplers used in worldwide ground refueling of commercial aircraft (hereafter generically referred to as hydrant devices). Military hydrant devices are not included since their mission requirements demand approaches that may differ.
Standard
2007-05-24
This technical information report specifies a guideline for the hardware requirements for fueling a Hydrogen Surface Vehicle (HSV) with compressed hydrogen storage at a Nominal Working Pressure of 70MPa. It contains a description of the receptacle geometry and optional communication hardware and communications protocol to refuel the HSV. The intent of this document is to enable harmonized development and implementation of the hydrogen fueling interfaces. It is intended to be utilized for the hydrogen vehicle field evaluation until enough information is collected to enable standardardization. The receptable portion of this TIR is to be reevaluated utilizing international field data in approximately 2 years and subsequently superseded by J2600 in the 2009 timeframe. At that time, input would be gathered from international locations through the representation in the SAE Fuel Cell Committee in order to confirm the final decision regarding the direction of the receptacle and communications standard.
Standard
2006-07-24
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) establishes the minimum recommended Test Stand Setup and Procedures for inspecting and testing Aircraft Refuelers. The inspection and test procedure shall be used to evaluate the operation and performance of an Aircraft Refueler to assure that it meets the minimum refueling performance criteria and is fit for aircraft fueling and/or defueling operations. These procedures shall be used to test new Aircraft Refuelers and may be used to perform routine tests to confirm that the Aircraft Refuelers comply with the minimum performance criteria as specified herein. This document covers all types of Aircraft Refuelers, stationary (e.g., cabinet type units) or mobile (e.g., hydrant service vehicles, tankers, etc). NOTE: Aircraft refueling vehicle design and operating requirements are provided in separate SAE ARP Documents. NOTE: This document does NOT address Aircraft Refuelers with operating pressure above 150 psi although many of the paragraphs can be used as a guideline.
Standard
2006-03-24
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) defines the maximum allowable free opening dimensions for airframe fueling ports on civil aircraft that require the exclusive use of gasoline as an engine fuel, and the minimum free opening dimensions for airframe fueling ports on civil aircraft that operate with turbine fuels as the primary fuel type and with gasoline as the emergency fuel type. This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) also defines the features and dimensions for airframe refueling ports on civil aircraft that require the exclusive use of turbine fuel as an engine fuel. In addition, this document defines the minimum fuel nozzle spout dimensions for turbine fuel ground service equipment, and the maximum fuel nozzle spout diameter for gasoline ground service equipment.
Standard
2006-01-27
This document contains general criteria for the planning, design, and construction of military and commercial ground based aviation fueling facilities that receive, store, distribute, and dispense liquid aviation turbine fuels at airports to both fixed and rotary wing aircraft.
Standard
2003-10-17
This document is a guideline for the design of an Aviation Aircraft Refueling and Defueling Tanker Vehicle and for the materials and components used thereon. The criteria set forth herein are the minimum recommendations and are limited to aircraft refueling vehicles for airport operations with operating fuel pressures and flow rates as specified within this document.
Standard
2002-10-04
SAE J2600 applies to design, safety and operation verification of Compressed Hydrogen Surface Vehicle (CHSV) refuelling connection devices hereinafter referred to as nozzle and receptacle. CHSV Refuelling nozzles and receptacles shall consist of the following components, as applicable. Alternatives may be used as long as the alternative geometries shall not be interchangeable with the standard geometry specified in this SAE Standard and the standard geometry in Section 6 provides insufficient flow rates: a. Receptacle and protective cap (mounted on vehicle) (see Section 6 and 7); b. Nozzle (see Section 5). This document applies to devices which have Working Pressures of 25 MPa, 35 MPa, 50 MPa or 70 MPa hereinafter referred to in this document as the following (see 9.1c): H25 - 25 MPa at 15 °C; H35 - 35 MPa at 15 °C; H50 - 50 MPa at 15 °C; H70 - 70 MPa at 15 °C. This document applies to nozzles and receptacles which (1) prevent hydrogen fuelled vehicles from being refuelled by dispenser stations with Working Pressures higher than the vehicle; (2) allow hydrogen vehicles to be refuelled by dispenser stations with Working Pressures equal to or lower than the vehicle fuel system Working Pressure, (3) prevent hydrogen fuelled vehicles from being refuelled by other compressed gases dispensing stations and (4) prevent other gaseous fuelled vehicles from being refuelled by hydrogen dispensing stations.
Standard
1997-08-01
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) defines the maximum allowable free opening dimensions for airframe fueling ports on civil aircraft that require the exclusive use of gasoline as an engine fuel and the minimum free opening dimensions for airframe fueling ports on civil aircraft that operate with turbine fuels as the primary fuel type. In addition, this document defines the minimum fuel nozzle tip dimensions for turbine fuel ground service equipment and the maximum fuel nozzle tip diameter for gasoline ground service equipment. This document establishes the essential interface dimensions for airframe refueling ports and ground refueling nozzles that are intended for use on civil aircraft with gravity fuel servicing provisions. Primary intent of the standardized interface limits detailed in this document is the prevention of misfueling reciprocating engine powered aircraft with turbine fuel when exclusive use of aviation gasoline is required for safe operation.
Standard
1996-11-01
These recommnedations are written to cover the subject of engine exhaust gas to air type heat exchangers under the following clasifications: Cabin Heating: (All occupied regions and windshields heating). Wing and empennage heating. Engine and Accesory Heating: (When heater is installed as part of the aircraft). These recommendations are not intended to cover the design of secondary exchangers which may be required when engine exhaust gas to air type heat exchangers are used in supplying ventilating air.
Standard
1996-11-01
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These recommnedations are written to cover the subject of engine exhaust gas to air type heat exchangers under the following clasifications: Cabin Heating: (All occupied regions and windshields heating). Wing and empennage heating. Engine and Accesory Heating: (When heater is installed as part of the aircraft). These recommendations are not intended to cover the design of secondary exchangers which may be required when engine exhaust gas to air type heat exchangers are used in supplying ventilating air.
Standard
1996-10-01
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) includes general information about the various types and styles of flexible tanks and the tank-mounted fittings that adapt the tank to the surrounding structure and fluid-system plumbing. Recommendations are given relative to the dimensional layout of the tank when these recommendations serve to avoid tank fabrication problems and tank/structure interface problems. As a part of these recommendations, critical dimensions of plumbing adapter fittings are discussed and recommendations made. Tank manufacturing tolerances are given. Recommendations are made relative to cavity design and preparation to facilitate a reliable installation. The special installation requirements of non-self-sealing, self-sealing, and crash-resistant tanks are discussed. This document is not intended to replace the information or requirements of the military and commercial procurement specifications listed in section 2. No attempt has been made, except in a very general way, to include physical property data such as weight and thickness of the composite materials available in the industry.
Standard
1995-05-01
Inactive for new design after 1973. Primarily for pump, fuel, mounting pad and drive. To be capable of driving a continuous load requiring 25 pound-inches torque at any engine speed and of withstanding 450 pound-inches static torque without damage to the drive shaft or other engine parts.
Standard
1994-09-01
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) includes general information about the various types and styles of flexible tanks and the tank-mounted fittings that adapt the tank to the surrounding structure and fluid-system plumbing. Recommendations are given relative to the dimensional layout of the tank when these recommendations serve to avoid tank fabrication problems and tank/structure interface problems. As a part of these recommendations, critical dimensions of plumbing adapter fittings are discussed and recommendations made. Tank manufacturing tolerances are given. Recommendations are made relative to cavity design and preparation to facilitate a reliable installation. The special installation requirements of non-self-sealing, self-sealing, and crash-resistant tanks are discussed. This document is not intended to replace the information or requirements of the military and commercial procurement specifications listed in section 2. No attempt has been made, except in a very general way, to include physical property data such as weight and thickness of the composite materials available in the industry.
Standard
1994-03-01
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) presents a glossary of terms commonly utilized in the ground delivery of fuel to an aircraft and some terms relating to the aircraft being refueled. The purpose of this document is to provide background material for educational purposes to persons designing, building, and using aircraft ground refueling delivery systems.
Standard
1994-02-01
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) presents historical information and background data related to hydrant valves and couplers used in worldwide ground refueling of commercial aircraft (hereafter generically referred to as hydrant devices). Military hydrant devices are not included since their mission requirements demand approaches that may differ. The purpose of this document is to provide definitions, background and educational information for use by design engineers, users of the systems and other interested parties who are involved with hydrant devices and associated equipment.
Standard
1992-03-03
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) presents all appropriate boss dimensions from .125 inch to 2.0 inch tube sizes. This AS has been developed for low pressure fuel systems and associated components operating up to 500 pounds per square inch (psi) as an alternate to MS33649 and MS16142(SH).
Standard
1992-03-03
This Aerospace Specification establishes the requirements for a threaded flexible coupling assembly, hereafter referred to as the assembly, which utilizes ferrules or machined tube end fittings to joint tubing and components in aircraft fuel, vent, or other systems. This coupling assembly is designed for use from -54 to 93°C and at 862 kPa peak working pressure. AS coupling components referenced herein have been qualified to AS1710. Ferrule referenced herein are inch ferrules adapted to metric tubing.
Standard
1988-02-01
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) defines the maximum allowable free opening dimensions for airframe fueling ports on civil aircraft that require the exclusive use of gasoline as an engine fuel, and the minimum free opening dimensions for airframe fueling ports on civil aircraft that operate with turbine fuels as the primary fuel type and with gasoline as the emergency fuel type. This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) also defines the features and dimensions for airframe refueling ports on civil aircraft that require the exclusive use of turbine fuel as an engine fuel. In addition, this document defines the minimum fuel nozzle spout dimensions for turbine fuel ground service equipment, and the maximum fuel nozzle spout diameter for gasoline ground service equipment.
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