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2008-04-23
WIP Standard
ARP1281D
This aerospace recommended practice provides a framework and suggested procedures or values for requirements for the design, performance, and test of hydraulically powered servoactuators for use in aircraft flight control systems. The original version of this document was intended for military usage: consequently, the requirements still often reflect such use. However, the basic requirements of this ARP may and should be applicable to commercial usage as well, provided that appropriate considerations are given for the applicable FAR/JAR 25 regulations, hydraulic fluids, and environmental controls. This recommended practice is a guide and surrogate specification for preparing a detail specification for a particular servoactuator application.
2013-10-21
WIP Standard
ARP490G
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) provides definitions and background information for understanding the physical performance, and test procedures of electrohydraulic flow control servovalves. The recommendations are confined to interface definition and input/output characteristics. This ARP does not restrict or attempt to define the internal characteristics of servovalves. As such, the recommendations are equally applicable to valves having different internal functioning, different ratings, different physical size, and valves used with different fluids. In certain instances, standards for valve design are recommended for the purpose of interchangeability, as for example, valve polarity, mounting bolt and fluid port locations. The ARP provides extensive guidance for the preparation of Procurement Specifications and for functional testing. A sample Procurement Specification is provided in Appendix A. The primary focus of this ARP is on four-way valves.
CURRENT
2008-03-18
Standard
ARP5941
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) describes the design conditions under which tests should be conducted to demonstrate satisfactory performance of a flight critical servo-actuator under the maximum allowable particulate contamination in the associated airplane hydraulic system. Additionally, this document also describes the recommended tests and the required acceptance criteria.
CURRENT
2013-07-09
Standard
ARP5796
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) provides guidance in the design, development, qualification test, process control and production acceptance test for flight critical control valve (FCCV) design used in military flight control servoactuators where loss of single valve control could cause a catastrophic failure resulting in death, permanent total disability, and/or financial loss exceeding a defined contractual limit. The FCCV, which is one element of a flight control actuator servo control loop, is a variable position control valve which modulates fluid into and out of the servoactuator power stage cylinders. The FCCV may be mechanically driven by either a mechanical flight control system as shown in FIGURE 1 or hydraulically driven from electro-hydraulic servo valve (EHSV) modulation control flow as shown in FIGURE 2. This type of control valve is not an EHSV or a direct drive valve (DDV). The FCCV is used in military hydraulic systems which conform to AS5440.
CURRENT
2014-11-06
Standard
ARP777A
Gas, for the purpose of this ARP, shall be defined as the gaseous product(s) resulting from the decomposition, dissociation, or combustion of liquid or solid mono or bi-propellants. Where other gases such as heated N2, H2, H2O (steam), etc., which may have similar physical and/or chemical properties as the defined "gas", are used to effect testing economics, they may he considered as being included in this ARP.
CURRENT
2014-11-20
Standard
ARP739A
Various gas systems are classified in a broad sense, component operation is described in moderate detail, pertinent design parameters are discussed, and possible modes for system operation are listed.
CURRENT
2016-05-24
Standard
ARP988B
This recommended practice is intended as a guide for the specification of electrohydraulic mechanical feedback servoactuators used for position control. It provides performance definitions and capabilities that are specific to mechanical-feedback servoactuators and different from those applicable to electrical-feedback servoactuators.
CURRENT
1995-08-01
Standard
AIR1855A
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) includes all missile and launch vehicle actuation systems, including electrohydraulic, electropneumatic, and electromechanical types. The data for many systems are not complete. As more information becomes available, periodic updates will be issued to complete existing data sheets and to add new ones. An index by type of vehicle and by type of actuation system is included. The actual data sheets in the body of the report are organized in alphabetical order.
HISTORICAL
1991-11-01
Standard
AIR1855
The scope of this document includes all missile and launch vehicle actuation systems, including electrohydraulic, electropneumatic, and electromechanical types. The data for many systems are not complete. As more information becomes available, periodic updates will be issued to complete existing data sheets and to add new ones. An index by type of vehicle and by type of actuation system is included. The actual data sheets in the body of the report are organized in alphabetical order.
CURRENT
2017-02-21
Standard
AIR4066C
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) defines the materials, strength and finishes utilized in current linear hydraulic flight control actuators. To keep the information at a relevant minimum, only cylinders (barrels), glands and pistons are listed. Also identified are the reasons for the material selection and any pertinent comments. All data were collected from the respective suppliers.
HISTORICAL
1993-09-16
Standard
ARP490
Current design and development practices leading to formal liquid rocket engine qualification (USAF) or certification (NASA) will not achieve the specific reliability objectives of future programs. New rocket engine programs are dictating quantified requirements for high reliability in parallel with a cost-constrained procurement environment. These specified reliability levels cannot be validated with the necessary confidence in a timely or cost-effective manner by present methods. Therefore, a new improved process is needed and has been developed. This new reliability certification method will be discussed in detail in the five sections that comprise this document. Primary purposes of this report are to: a. define and illustrate this process; b. point out its strengths and weaknesses; and c. provide guidelines for its application on programs which have specified reliability requirements.ility requirements.
HISTORICAL
1992-07-01
Standard
ARP490D
The recommendations contained in this ARP are confined to the input and output characteristics of electrohydraulic flow-control servovalves. The information presented should be useful in standardizing the terminology, the specification of physical and performance parameters, and the test procedures used in conjunction with these components. The recommendations do not restrict nor attempt to define the internal design characteristics of servovalves. As such, the material is equally applicable to servovalves having different internal functioning, different ratings, different physical size, etc. In certain instances, standards for valve design are recommended to increase component interchangeability, as, for example, pigtail color-coding, valve polarity, mounting bolt and fluid port locations. The specifications contained herein should be adequate to describe electrohydraulic flow-control servovalves.
HISTORICAL
1975-01-15
Standard
ARP490C
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) provides definitions and background information for understanding the physical performance, and test procedures of electrohydraulic flow control servovalves. The recommendations are confined to interface definition and input/output characteristics. This ARP does not restrict or attempt to define the internal characteristics of servovalves. As such, the recommendations are equally applicable to valves having different internal functioning, different ratings, different physical size, and valves used with different fluids. In certain instances, standards for valve design are recommended for the purpose of interchangeability, as for example, valve polarity, mounting bolt and fluid port locations. The ARP provides extensive guidance for the preparation of Procurement Specifications and for functional testing. A sample Procurement Specification is provided in Appendix A. The primary focus of this ARP is on four-way valves.
HISTORICAL
1993-09-16
Standard
ARP490E
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) is intended as a guide to aid in the specification and testing of electrohydraulic servovalves. The recommendations contained in this ARP are confined to the input and output characteristics of electrohydraulic servovalves, the primary focus being four-way flow control servovalves. Three-way flow control servovalves are discussed to a limited extent, and terminology recommended for use with pressure control servovalves is also presented. The information presented should be useful in standardizing the terminology, the specification of physical and performance parameters, and the test procedures used in conjunction with these components. The recommendations do not restrict nor attempt to define the internal design characteristics of servovalves. As such, the material is equally applicable to servovalves having different internal functioning, different ratings, different physical size, etc.
CURRENT
2008-02-08
Standard
ARP490F
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) provides definitions and background information for understanding the physical performance, and test procedures of electrohydraulic flow control servovalves. The recommendations are confined to interface definition and input/output characteristics. This ARP does not restrict or attempt to define the internal characteristics of servovalves. As such, the recommendations are equally applicable to valves having different internal functioning, different ratings, different physical size, and valves used with different fluids. In certain instances, standards for valve design are recommended for the purpose of interchangeability, as for example, valve polarity, mounting bolt and fluid port locations. The ARP provides extensive guidance for the preparation of Procurement Specifications and for functional testing. A sample Procurement Specification is provided in Appendix A. The primary focus of this ARP is on four-way valves.
HISTORICAL
1972-06-01
Standard
ARP988
The recommendations contained herein are confined to the input and output characteristics of electrohydraulic mechanical feedback servoactuators. The information presented should be useful for standardizing the terminology and for specification of physical and performance parameters. The recommendations do not restrict nor attempt to define the internal design characteristics of servoactuators. As such, the material is equally applicable to servoactuators having different internal functioning, different ratings, different physical size, etc. In certain instances, standards for actuator design are recommended to increase interchangeability as, for example, pigtail color-coding and actuator polarity. The specifications contained herein should be adequate to describe electrohydraulic mechanical feedback servoactuators used for position control. Additional specifications may be necessary to define special requirements for specific control systems.
HISTORICAL
2003-10-14
Standard
ARP988A
The recommendations contained herein are confined to the input and output characteristics of electrohydraulic mechanical feedback servoactuators. The information presented should be useful for standardizing the terminology and for specification of physical and performance parameters. The recommendations do not restrict nor attempt to define the internal design characteristics of servoactuators. As such, the material is equally applicable to servoactuators having different internal functioning, different ratings, different physical size, etc. In certain instances, standards for actuator design are recommended to increase interchangeability as, for example, pigtail color-coding and actuator polarity. The specifications contained herein should be adequate to describe electrohydraulic mechanical feedback servoactuators used for position control. Additional specifications may be necessary to define special requirements for specific control systems.
HISTORICAL
1963-08-30
Standard
ARP739
Various gas systems are classified in a broad sense, component operation is described in moderate detail, pertinent design parameters are discussed, and possible modes for system operation are listed.
HISTORICAL
1963-05-15
Standard
ARP777
Gas, for the purpose of this ARP, shall be defined as the gaseous product(s) resulting from the decomposition, dissociation, or combustion of liquid, or solid mono or bi-propellants. Where other gases such as heated N2, H2, H2O (steam), etc., which may have similar physical and/or chemical properties as the defined "gas", are used to effect testing economies, they may be considered as being included in this ARP.
HISTORICAL
1997-08-01
Standard
AIR4066A
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) defines the materials, strength, and finishes utilized in current linear hydraulic flight control actuators. To keep the information at a relevant minimum, only cylinders (barrels), glands, and pistons are listed. Also identified are the reasons for the material selection and any pertinent comments. All data were collected from the respective suppliers.
HISTORICAL
2007-07-06
Standard
AIR4066B
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) defines the materials, strength, and finishes utilized in current linear hydraulic flight control actuators. To keep the information at a relevant minimum, only cylinders (barrels), glands, and pistons are listed. Also identified are the reasons for the material selection and any pertinent comments. All data were collected from the respective suppliers.
HISTORICAL
1987-06-01
Standard
AIR4066
This AIR defines the materials, strength, and finishes utilized in recent linear hydraulic flight control actuators. To keep the information at a relevant minimum, only cylinders (barrels), glands and pistons are listed. Also identified are the reasons for the material selection and any pertinent comments. All data were collected from the respective suppliers.
HISTORICAL
1991-11-01
Standard
ARP1281A
This specification establishes general design, performance, and test requirements for hydraulically powered servoactuators when used in aircraft flight control systems.
HISTORICAL
1974-01-01
Standard
ARP1281
This aerospace recommended practice provides a framework and suggested procedures or values for requirements for the design, performance, and test of hydraulically powered servoactuators for use in aircraft flight control systems. The original version of this document was intended for military usage: consequently, the requirements still often reflect such use. However, the basic requirements of this ARP may and should be applicable to commercial usage as well, provided that appropriate considerations are given for the applicable FAR/JAR 25 regulations, hydraulic fluids, and environmental controls. This recommended practice is a guide and surrogate specification for preparing a detail specification for a particular servoactuator application.
HISTORICAL
1993-05-01
Standard
ARP1281B
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) establishes the requirements for the design, performance, and tests for hydraulically powered servoactuators for use in aircraft flight control systems.
CURRENT
2002-09-12
Standard
ARP1281C
This aerospace recommended practice provides a framework and suggested procedures or values for requirements for the design, performance, and test of hydraulically powered servoactuators for use in aircraft flight control systems. The original version of this document was intended for military usage: consequently, the requirements still often reflect such use. However, the basic requirements of this ARP may and should be applicable to commercial usage as well, provided that appropriate considerations are given for the applicable FAR/JAR 25 regulations, hydraulic fluids, and environmental conditions.
HISTORICAL
2000-07-01
Standard
ARP4493
The recommendations contained in this ARP are primarily confined to the input and output characteristics of Direct Drive Servovalves (DDV). The only exception to this approach involves the definition and specification of chip shear force, which is not typically measurable by nondestructive external testing. The information presented should be useful in standardizing the terminology, the specification of physical and performance parameters, and the test procedures used in conjunction with these components. Direct drive servovalves are of two basic types; open loop and closed loop. In the case of open loop direct drive servovalves, the significant input is the motor current as is the case with electrohydraulic servovalves covered in ARP490. Closed loop direct drive servovalves include a means of position feedback and rely on an electronic controller to control its performance characteristics.
CURRENT
2013-01-21
Standard
ARP4493A
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) is intended as a guide to aid in the specification and testing of Direct Drive Servovalves, but does not include the associated electronic controller. The recommendations contained in this ARP are primarily confined to the input and output characteristics of Direct Drive Servovalves (DDV). The only exception to this approach involves the definition and specification of chip shear force, which is not typically measurable by nondestructive external testing. The information presented should be useful in standardizing the terminology, the specification of physical and performance parameters, and the test procedures used in conjunction with these components. Direct drive servovalves are of two basic types: open loop and closed loop. In the case of open loop direct drive servovalves, the significant input is the motor current as is the case with electrohydraulic servovalves covered in ARP490.
HISTORICAL
1965-04-20
Standard
ARP490A
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) provides definitions and background information for understanding the physical performance, and test procedures of electrohydraulic flow control servovalves. The recommendations are confined to interface definition and input/output characteristics. This ARP does not restrict or attempt to define the internal characteristics of servovalves. As such, the recommendations are equally applicable to valves having different internal functioning, different ratings, different physical size, and valves used with different fluids. In certain instances, standards for valve design are recommended for the purpose of interchangeability, as for example, valve polarity, mounting bolt and fluid port locations. The ARP provides extensive guidance for the preparation of Procurement Specifications and for functional testing. A sample Procurement Specification is provided in Appendix A. The primary focus of this ARP is on four-way valves.
HISTORICAL
1970-04-30
Standard
ARP490B
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) provides definitions and background information for understanding the physical performance, and test procedures of electrohydraulic flow control servovalves. The recommendations are confined to interface definition and input/output characteristics. This ARP does not restrict or attempt to define the internal characteristics of servovalves. As such, the recommendations are equally applicable to valves having different internal functioning, different ratings, different physical size, and valves used with different fluids. In certain instances, standards for valve design are recommended for the purpose of interchangeability, as for example, valve polarity, mounting bolt and fluid port locations. The ARP provides extensive guidance for the preparation of Procurement Specifications and for functional testing. A sample Procurement Specification is provided in Appendix A. The primary focus of this ARP is on four-way valves.
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