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1977-02-01
Technical Paper
770246
Otto Jandeleit, Roger Orain
The four-layer laminated Securiflex windshield has been tested in simulated collisions at the Wayne State University up to 40 mph Barrier Equivalent Velocities, to demonstrate that it causes no laceration. has been exposed to usual and extreme environmental conditions to demonstrate its serviceability in field use. The new windshield consists of a conventional laminated construction (glass/high penetration resistant interlayer/glass) combined with a 0.5 mm innerlayer of plastic. Glass is used on the outer surface of the windshield to withstand the abrasion and scratching of sand, windshield wipers and cleaning. The laminated construction prevents penetration and provides a pocket or cushion action to decelerate the head without injury. The innerlayer is made of a special plastic film which protects the face of the occupants against laceration and eye injury during head impact.
1977-02-01
Technical Paper
770436
Nathaniel H. Pulling
This paper explains the various types of skids and how to control them in cars and tractor-trailer trucks. Specific instructions are provided for classroom presentation, and for conducting hands-on-the-wheel practice sessions on a skid training area, using both cars and tractor-trailer trucks. Detailed directions are included for constructing a skid pan and modifying vehicles for skid control training. Essentially this paper is a condensed manual for setting up driver training instruction for skid control.
1977-02-01
Technical Paper
770103
H.H. Hurt, CJ. DuPont
Special research is being conducted at the University of Southern California under the sponsorship of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration of the United States Department of Transportation. The research consists of the on-scene, in-depth multidisciplinary investigation of 900 motorcycle accidents to determine cause factors and identify countermeasures. With the acquisition of data from the first 300 accidents, certain critical human elements have been identified as common to a great part of the accidents investigated. The problems of motorcycle conspicuity, rider skill, training and licensing, and protective equipment appear to predominate in accident causation and injury association.
HISTORICAL
1977-02-01
Standard
J1044A_197702
This SAE Recommended Practice establishes procedure for the issuance and assignment of a World Manufacturer Identifier (WMI) on a uniform basis to vehicle manufacturers who may desire to incorporate it in their Vehicle Identification Numbers (VIN). This recommended practice is intended to be used in conjunction with the recommendations for VIN systems described in SAE J853a, J187, J272b, J273a, J1108, and other SAE reports for VIN systems. These procedures were developed to assist in identifying the vehicle as to its point of origin. It was felt that issuance of the WMI by a single organization would avoid duplication of manufacturer identifiers and assist in the identification of vehicles by agencies such as those concerned with motor vehicle titling and registration, law enforcement, and theft recovery.
HISTORICAL
1977-02-01
Standard
AS141
Scope unavailable.
HISTORICAL
1977-02-01
Standard
AS137
Scope unavailable.
HISTORICAL
1977-02-01
Standard
AS140
Scope unavailable.
HISTORICAL
1977-02-01
Standard
AS139
Scope unavailable.
HISTORICAL
1977-02-01
Standard
J272A_197702
This recommended practice describes general characteristics of VIN systems. It includes certain specific requirements, supporting definitions, basic content, and examples. The VIN should be considered in the context of a world manufacturer identifier to establish a unique vehicle identity. Supplemental reports to this recommended practice establish specific VIN requirements for different types of motor vehicles. This SAE Recomended Practice provides direction for uniform content and structure of vehicle identification numbers assigned to each type of motor vehicle.
HISTORICAL
1977-02-01
Standard
J273A_197702
This SAE Recommended Practice provides direction for the design of a passenger car Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). This practice supplements SAE J272c. It applies to characteristics of passenger car descriptive and identifying information which are to be set forth in a uniform manner in the vehicle identification number.
HISTORICAL
1977-01-01
Standard
AS8005
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) applies to all temperature instruments used in aircraft applications and environments. The word ""instruments"" as used in the Standard encompasses only the display device and does not include the temperature sensors. Examples of the types of instruments covered are as follows: 1.1 temperature instruments using a resistance temperature detector for temperature sensing; 1.2 temperature instruments using a thermocouple for temperature sensing; 1.3 temperature instruments using an averaging thermocouple harness for temperature sensing; 1.4 temperature instruments receiving an input from a signal conditioning unit; 1.5 temperature instruments receiving an input from another temperature instrument; and 1.6 temperature instruments receiving an input from other temperature sensing devices.
HISTORICAL
1977-01-01
Standard
J587F_197701
This SAE Standard provides test procedures, requirements, and guidelines for vehicular license plate illumination devices.
HISTORICAL
1976-12-01
Standard
J1140_197612
This SAE Recommended Practice was developed primarily for gasoline-powered passenger car and truck applications but may be used in marine, industrial, and similar applications where refueling vapor recovery is required.
HISTORICAL
1976-10-01
Standard
J1163_197610
This SAE standard specifies a method and the device for use in determining the position of the Seat Index Point (SIP) for any kind of seat. This SAE document provides a uniform method for defining the location of the SIP in relation to some fixing point on the seat.
HISTORICAL
1976-09-01
Standard
J288A_197609
To provide minimum performance requirements for non-pressurized fuel tanks used on snowmobiles as defined in SAE J33.
HISTORICAL
1976-09-01
Standard
J1119_197609
The purpose of this SAE Information Report is to provide concepts for rational selection and application of materials for Rollover Protective Structures (ROPS) and Falling Object Protective Structures (FOPS) and to provide information about the properties that should be considered in selecting and utilizing material in protective structures. While other materials could conceivably be used successfully, this report is limited to a consideration of steel with discussion on its mechanical properties and processing characteristics. Emphasis is placed on the toughness aspect (ability to resist brittle fracture) as this property is of paramount importance to structure integrity. It is emphasized that specific values for material properties have relevance to performance only in conjunction with specific design considerations such as structure size or weld joint detail and location.
HISTORICAL
1976-09-01
Standard
J335B_197609
This SAE Recommended Practice establishes equipment and test procedures for determining the performance of spark arrester exhaust systems of multiposition small engines (<19 kW) used in portable applications, including hand-held, hand-guided, and backpack mounted devices. It is not applicable to spark arresters used in vehicles or stationary equipment.
HISTORICAL
1976-08-01
Standard
AS758A
No scope available.
HISTORICAL
1976-07-15
Standard
ARP891A
This recommended practice establishes a procedure for checking the tempers of aluminum alloys through eddy current conductivity measurements and defines criteria for acceptance or rejection.
HISTORICAL
1976-07-01
Standard
AS567E
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) covers devices whose primary function is the retention of fasteners, except for such devices that are integral with the item being retained. The practices cover the types of retaining devices described in the following sections: a. Section 3: safety cable and safety wire; b. Section 4: key washers; and c. Section 5: cotter pins. The purpose of this standard is to establish the requirements and basic principles for retaining fasteners and other parts in aerospace propulsion systems.
HISTORICAL
1976-06-01
Standard
AS3214
No scope available.
HISTORICAL
1976-06-01
Standard
J674A_197606
All glazing materials used in motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment operating on land highways should comply with the requirements of the American National Standard, ANSI/SAE Z-26.1. The American National Standard for Safety Glazing Materials for Glazing Motor Vehicles and Motor Vehicle Equipment Operating on Land Highways—Safety Code, ANSI/SAE Z-26.1-1990 is the latest complete updated version and is referred to hereafter as "the safety code." This SAE Recommended Practice is not intended to preclude references to any governmental law, ordinance, or regulation which might apply to the glazing of motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment operating on land highways.
HISTORICAL
1976-06-01
Standard
J673B_197606
This SAE Recommended Practice is intended to cover current safety glazing practice applicable to safety glasses for use in motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment. Nominal specifications for thickness, flatness, curvature, size, and fabrication details are included principally for the guidance of body engineers and designers. For additional information on safety glazing materials for use in motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment, see SAE J674.
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