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2013-10-20
Standard
AS85352/3A
CURRENT
2013-10-20
Standard
AS85352/2A
CURRENT
2013-10-10
Standard
AS85352/1A
CURRENT
2013-10-20
Standard
AS85352/4A
CURRENT
2014-03-11
Standard
AIR4652A
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) covers handicapped passenger boarding devices used airside to transfer handicapped passengers between the terminal building and the aircraft. It provides an elevating platform to facilitate access to the aircraft; it does not cover devices for in-terminal or streetside transfers, wheelchairs for on-board aircraft or in-terminal usage, or aircraft boarding bridges. However, it should be recognized that for many handicapped passengers, a boarding chair is necessary for the lifting operation and movement to the passenger's seat inside the aircraft cabin. Such wheelchairs are widely used in larger aircraft, and the Federal Aviation Agency has developed a performance specification for a boarding chair for commuter aircraft.
CURRENT
2012-07-31
Standard
AIR1361A
The following recommendations and suggestions are made for consideration for procurement of new equipment, or modification to existing equipment where practical. Excluded from this AIR is mobile ground equipment, such as fork lift trucks and front end loaders, that have a functional requirement for simultaneous vehicle motion and accessory operation.
CURRENT
2014-03-11
Standard
ARP5141A
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) is intended to recommend a minimum standard, for the design and manufacturer of a self-propelled, chassis mounted passenger boarding vehicle. The vehicle will permit safe operation while minimizing aircraft damage and personnel safety hazards associated with commercial aircraft boarding operations. The vehicle described is intended to be used for assisting wheelchair passengers and passengers with disabilities on and off aircraft with door sill heights of 60 in (152.4 cm) and above.
CURRENT
2012-12-05
Standard
AIR1353C
The main purpose of this test was to determine the application advantages of cushion tow hitches in comparison to the commonly used rigid tow hitch type fitted on heavy aircraft towing tractors. As diverse opinions emerged about its suitability since the introduction on the market of this new tow hitch type, it was intended to physically measure and evaluate the damping capability of this cushioned tow link when applied in practice.
CURRENT
2014-03-11
Standard
ARP5140A
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) outlines the design and functional requirements for aircraft passenger lifts, operated manually and self-propelled. The primary function of the lift described in this document is to act as an elevator between ground level and aircraft doorsills to a maximum of 144 in.
1983-10-03
Technical Paper
831515
Ray V. Riggs
This paper deals with specific standards related to air cargo equipment and systems and associated ground equipment produced by ISO/TC20/Subcommittee 9 and why these standards must be recognized in configurating cargo aircraft of the future. Emphasis is placed on standards for cargo unit load devices, i.e., containers (especially the 8 × 8 ft size), pallets, nets and the associated loading equipment as to their role in affecting aircraft design. Various concepts for the wide-body cargo airplane of the future are also explored.
CURRENT
2012-11-21
Standard
ARP1206A
This Aerospace Recommended Practice includes the following areas: basis for system requirements; selection of materials coupled with hazards and safety; configuration of design; system operation; and evaluation testing.
CURRENT
2014-05-29
Standard
AIR1375D
This document applies to special purpose equipment which is used in the ground handling, servicing, and maintenance of transport aircraft. Fixed airport facilities and equipment covered under other sections of Part 1910 of Code of Federal Regulations (OSHA) are excluded from the scope of this document.
1992-10-01
Technical Paper
921964
S. Iden, D. Cunningham
Abstract No-break power transfer (NBPT) has been used in the 400 Hz aircraft electrical power business for over 30 years. Initially, NBPT was performed on military aircraft or large commercial jets where the interest was to maintain availability of critical equipment during dispatch. Recent-NBPT equipped aircraft such as the 747-400 and MD-11 have demonstrated the desirability of this feature in commercial airline service. Some compatibility issues with solid-state ground power units (GPUs) have also been uncovered.
CURRENT
1994-03-01
Standard
ARP4776
The data in this document is, at this stage, primarily concerned with the interface of pallet/container loaders and lower-deck compartments of standard and wide-body aircraft although the principles illustrated may be applied to the main-decks of narrow and wide-body aircraft. NOTE: For the purpose of this document, in accordance with Part 3 of the Directives for the technical work of ISO and with accepted IATA practice, minimum essential criteria defined by the word "shall" are absolute requirements. Recommended criteria identified by the word "should", while considered important, are not mandatory.
1978-02-01
Technical Paper
780877
Ray V. Riggs
This paper deals with the broad aspects of how the Society of Automotive Engineers, Aerospace Equipment Division, is involved in promoting air cargo standards on the international scene. As such, the various standards organizations for air cargo items are identified, their charters explained, how they interface with each other, and, specifically, how SAE has an inroad in projecting technical standards developed by Committee AGE-2, Air Cargo & Aircraft Ground Equipment Systems. As a case in point, the 8 foot by 8 foot container specification is traced chronologically.
CURRENT
2012-03-28
Standard
ARP1838B
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) specifies pictographic symbols for ground support equipment. They have been compiled for the benefit of those who deal with such equipment like airlines, airport authorities, manufacturers etc. in order to facilitate fast and accurate identification of controls, indicators, and decals of powered and unpowered equipment. This document shall promote standardization of terms for controls, indicators etc. of ground support equipment and eliminate language problems. It is recommended to put these pictograms on all future equipment and to retrofit all existing equipment as far as possible.
CURRENT
2011-09-07
Standard
AS21985B
This specification covers one type of cushion tread (semi-pneumatic) wheels for use on mobile ground support equipment.
1985-10-01
Technical Paper
851794
J. J. Machon
The airline industry has a long history of publishing ramp equipment specifications through a variety of committees. Experience, including sometimes costly mistakes, indicates that one should be careful in distinguishing technical (design or purchasing) from functional (objectives and performance) specifications. Only functional specifications based on a sufficiently broad and international airline consensus can effectively lead towards airport equipment standardization. In the long range, only the market laws, through free will of both manufacturers and buyers, will determine which equipment is purchased and hence which degree of standardization is effectively achieved.
HISTORICAL
1997-09-01
Standard
AS4262A
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) defines interface configurations for the ground air conditioning service connection on commercial transport aircraft. In addition, it defines the clearances required to accommodate the connection of ground air conditioning hose couplings. Two types of service connections are included. The Type A connection is a slotted ring with integral locking pads and is comparable to the MS33562 connection. The Type B connection is a flanged tube with external locking lugs. The Type B connection has the same interface dimensional requirements as the Type A connection. The purpose of this document is to establish uniform interface configurations on commercial transport aircraft for the ground air conditioning (conditioned air) service connection. Consideration is also given to the durability, maintainability, and repairability of the connection.
CURRENT
2016-03-05
Standard
AS8090A
This specification covers general design and performance requirements for the mobility of towed ground support equipment. The complete mobility requirements for an item of towed aerospace ground equipment not specified herein shall be specified in the individual equipment specification (see 6.4).
HISTORICAL
1991-05-01
Standard
ARP1915A
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) outlines the basic general design considerations for transport aircraft tow bars. It does not cover the requirements for tow bars intended for aircraft with a maximum ramp mass (MRW) below 8600 kg (19 000 lb).
HISTORICAL
2002-09-20
Standard
AS5488
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) specifies the interface requirements for towbar attachment fittings on the nose gear (when towing operations are performed from the nose gear) of conventional tricycle type landing gears of commercial civil transport aircraft with a maximum ramp weight between 8600 kg (19 000 lb) and 50 000 kg (110 000 lb), commonly designated as "regional aircraft". Its purpose is to achieve towbar attachment fittings interface standardization by aircraft weight category (which determines towbar forces) in order to ensure that one single type of towbar with a standard connection can be used for all aircraft types within or near that weight category, so as to assist operators and airport handling companies in reducing the number of different towbar types used. This Aerospace Standard is intended to be applicable to all new models of regional aircraft within the specified maximum ramp weight range, entering service or designed after its date of publication.
CURRENT
2015-06-08
Standard
AIR1558B
This Aerospace Information Report (AIR) discusses damage to aircraft caused by ground equipment contact and suggests methods of protecting against that damage.
HISTORICAL
1991-04-01
Standard
ARP1816A
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) describes two general types of Ground Support Equipment (GSE) battery chargers. The conventional industrial battery charger typically requiring up to 8 hours to recharge a 100% discharged battery, hereafter called “Conventional Charger”. The other type a fast battery charger typically used as an opportunity charger for ground support equipment, hereafter called “Fast Charger”. Recommendations that apply to both types will refer generically to “charger”.
HISTORICAL
1991-02-12
Standard
AS4262
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) defines interface configurations for the ground air conditioning service connection on commercial transport aircraft. In addition, it defines the clearances required to accommodate the connection of ground air conditioning hose couplings. Two types of service connections are included. The Type A connection is a slotted ring with integral locking pads and is comparable to the MS33562 connection. The Type B connection is a flanged tube with external locking lugs. The Type B connection has the same interface dimensional requirements as the Type A connection. The purpose of this document is to establish uniform interface configurations on commercial transport aircraft for the ground air conditioning (conditioned air) service connection. Consideration is also given to the durability, maintainability, and repairability of the connection.
HISTORICAL
1984-09-01
Standard
ARP1816
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) describes two general types of Ground Support Equipment (GSE) battery chargers. The conventional industrial battery charger typically requiring up to 8 hours to recharge a 100% discharged battery, hereafter called “Conventional Charger”. The other type a fast battery charger typically used as an opportunity charger for ground support equipment, hereafter called “Fast Charger”. Recommendations that apply to both types will refer generically to “charger”.
HISTORICAL
1985-03-01
Standard
ARP1915
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) outlines the basic general design considerations for transport aircraft tow bars. It does not cover the requirements for tow bars intended for aircraft with a maximum ramp mass (MRW) below 8600 kg (19 000 lb).
CURRENT
2004-02-16
Standard
ARP4047A
This aerospace recommended practice covers requirements for a self-propelled, boom type aerial device, equipped with an aircraft deicing fluid spraying system. The unit shall be highly maneuverable for deicing all exterior surfaces of intermediate size aircraft, e.g. DC-9, B-727, and B-737. The vehicle will also be used for aircraft maintenance and inspection. The vehicle shall be suitable for day and night operations.
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