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2016-04-28
WIP Standard
AIR5829A
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) discusses the forms that air may take in aircraft hydraulic systems. Further, the effects of the various air forms on system operation are addressed. Recommended system design to prevent air effects and maintenance procedures to prevent and remove air are provided. Nitrogen leakage from accumulators is also a source of gas in hydraulic systems and may compose a portion of the "air " in the hydraulic system. The term "air " in this report does not differentiate between a gas composed strictly of normal atmospheric air or one that includes a mixture of additional nitrogen as well. The discussions of the report apply equally with any proportions of atmospheric air and nitrogen in the system.
CURRENT
2013-06-18
Standard
AIR4093A
CURRENT
2016-11-01
Standard
AIR1362C
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) presents data on hydraulic fluids which are of interest to detail designers of hydraulic systems and components for aerospace flight vehicles. The data pertains to fluids conforming to the following specifications: MIL-PRF-5606 MIL-H-8446 MIL-PRF-27601 (canceled) MIL-PRF-27601 has been canceled without replacement and the data presented herein is for information purposes only. MIL-PRF-83282 MIL-H-53119 MIL-PRF-87257 AS1241 Type IV, Classes 1 and 2, and Type V
CURRENT
2011-06-27
Standard
AIR5277A
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) covers the generation of used phosphate ester aviation hydraulic fluid (AS1241) that is deemed waste because it does not meet in-service limits for use in aircraft. This document also lists the relevant United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) regulations on used hydraulic fluid that are in force at the time of this report's publication. Regulations of other countries as well as those for states and municipalities should be consulted prior to initiating any of the waste disposal recommendations listed here.
CURRENT
2016-04-20
Standard
AIR81D
This document discusses the relative merits of the physical and chemical properties of hydraulic fluids in relation to the aerospace hydraulic system design, and the related materials compatibility. The discussion in this report applies both to hydrocarbon and phosphate ester based aircraft hydraulic fluids. In some cases, numerical limits are suggested, but, in general, the significance and effect of a property is noted qualitatively.
CURRENT
2013-06-18
Standard
AIR4713A
Although there is controversy regarding the chemical form of chlorine and its relation to harmful effects in the hydraulic fluid (i.e., chloride ions versus organic chloro-compounds versus total chlorine in all forms), it is generally agreed that total chlorine content should be measured and controlled. In the near future, the ban on the manufacture of chlorinated solvents, out of concern for depletion of the ozone layer, may in itself diminish or eliminate chlorine contamination related aircraft malfunctions. It is generally accepted that hydraulic fluid contamination should be held to a minimum under all conditions. The benefits of low contamination levels are improved performance, lower maintenance due to lower wear, corrosion and erosion, longer fluid life, longer component life, etc. Contaminants can be classified into two general types: those that are insoluble and those that are soluble in the hydraulic fluid.
HISTORICAL
1992-07-01
Standard
AIR1116
This report summarizes data relative to liquid fluids and their properties which are of interest to Aerospace Fluid Power technologists.
HISTORICAL
1999-11-01
Standard
AIR1116A
This report summarizes data relative to liquid fluids and their properties which are of interest to Aerospace Fluid Power technologists.
CURRENT
2013-06-18
Standard
AIR1116B
This report summarizes data relative to liquid fluids and their properties which are of interest to Aerospace Fluid Power technologists.
CURRENT
2002-12-16
Standard
ARP664
HISTORICAL
1999-12-01
Standard
AIR1362A
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) presents data on hydraulic fluids which are of interest to detail designers of hydraulic systems and components for aerospace flight vehicles. The data pertain to fluids conforming to specifications MIL-H-5606, MIL-H-8446, MIL-PRF-27601, MIL-PRF-83282, MIL-H-53119, MIL-PRF-87257, Aerospace Standard 1241 Type IV, Classes 1 and 2, and Type V. The relative merits of hydraulic fluid properties in relation to the fluid formulation, aerospace hydraulic system design and the related materials compatibility are discussed in AIR81, Hydraulic Fluid Properties. This document is essentially a metric document with English units available in the data charts for convenience. There is a treatment of conversions between ISO and English units in AIR1657.
HISTORICAL
1975-05-01
Standard
AIR1362
This report presents data on hydraulic fluids which are of interest to detail designers of hydraulic systems and components for military flight vehicles. The data pertain to fluids conforming to specifications MIL-H-5606, MIL-H-8446, MIL-H-27601, and MIL-H-83282.
HISTORICAL
2000-08-01
Standard
AIR1362B
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) presents data on hydraulic fluids which are of interest to detail designers of hydraulic systems and components for aerospace flight vehicles. The data pertain to fluids conforming to specifications MIL-H-5606, MIL-H-8446, MIL-PRF-27601, MIL-PRF-83282, MIL-H-53119, MIL-PRF-87257, Aerospace Standard 1241 Type IV, Classes 1 and 2, and Type V. The relative merits of hydraulic fluid properties in relation to the fluid formulation, aerospace hydraulic system design and the related materials compatibility are discussed in AIR81, Hydraulic Fluid Properties. This document is essentially a metric document with English units available in the data charts for convenience. There is a treatment of conversions between ISO and English units in AIR1657.
HISTORICAL
2001-03-01
Standard
AIR810C
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) presents data on normally accepted changes in physical properties and contamination levels for military hydraulic fluids used in hydraulic test stands. This information is of importance to all users of hydraulic test stands to assure the performance data obtained on these test stands for specific components will not be adversely affected by excessive changes in fluid properties or contamination levels. The data pertains to fluids conforming to specifications MIL-H-5606, MIL-H-83282, MIL-H-6063, and MIL-H-46170. The guidelines incorporated in the AIR are the general consensus values of knowledgeable professionals. However, the experience and judgement of engineers and operators responsible for the equipment must be relied upon to determine when the hydraulic fluid is to be replaced. This document is essentially a metric document with English units.
HISTORICAL
1968-01-01
Standard
AIR810A
This information report discusses the causes and effects and recommends tolerance limits for the degradaticin of MIL-H-5606B Hydraulic Fluid. Changes in the fluid can arise (1) in the original containers, (2) when it is introduced into the system or added to it during servicing operations, and (3) in the hydraulic system itself as a function of its operation. These changes will be discussed in the light of specification requirements.
HISTORICAL
1963-12-29
Standard
AIR810
It is the purpose of this information report to discuss the causes and effects and recommend toleration limits for the degradation of MIL-H -5606 Hydraulic Fluid. The degradation of the fluid stems from two basic causes, the usage of the fluid in a hydraulic system and the presence of contaminants in the fluid. There are two basic effects on the fluid characteristics and other minor effects which are largely associated with the usage and functional operation of the fluid in a hydraulic system, but may also be caused by contamination. The presence of contaminants in the system can arise from contaminating materials which are alreadu in the fluid when it is introduced into the system or added to the system as a result of servicing operations or as a result of wear or breakdown effects on the materiels of system construction.
HISTORICAL
1991-11-01
Standard
AIR81
This report discusses the characteristics of hydraulic fluids and evaluates their importance, not only from the standpoint of fluid formulation, but also in their effect on aero-space hydraulic system design and the materials used in the components of the system. In some cases numerical parameter limits are suggested, but, in general, the effect of a parameter is the basic consideration. Not only must the characteristics of the fluid be considered in the design of a hydraulic system in which it is to be used, but also the characteristics of the system will affect the extent of the importance of the various characteristics of the fluid. In each individual system, as it employs a fluid, the characteristics of the fluid must be assessed with their immediate import and weighed in considering their effects on the system design requirements based upon the variables of system environment, function and basic design.
HISTORICAL
1999-09-01
Standard
AIR5277
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) covers the generation of used phosphate ester aviation hydraulic fluid (AS1241) that is deemed waste because it does not meet in-service limits for use in aircraft. This document also lists the relevant United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) regulations on used hydraulic fluid that are in force at the time of this report’s publication. Regulations of other countries as well as those for states and municipalities should be consulted prior to initiating any of the waste disposal recommendations listed here. This document recommends actions for minimizing waste hydraulic fluid as well as practices for disposing of waste hydraulic fluid.
HISTORICAL
1989-04-14
Standard
AIR4093
CURRENT
2013-04-22
Standard
AIR810D
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) presents data on normally accepted changes in physical properties and contamination levels for military hydraulic fluids used in hydraulic test stands. This information is of importance to all users of hydraulic test stands to assure the performance data obtained on these test stands for specific components will not be adversely affected by excessive changes in fluid properties or contamination levels. The data pertains to fluids conforming to specifications MIL-PRF-5606, MIL-PRF-83282, and MIL-PRF-87257. The guidelines incorporated in the AIR are the general consensus values of knowledgeable professionals. However, the experience and judgment of engineers and operators responsible for the equipment must be relied upon to determine when the hydraulic fluid is to be replaced.
HISTORICAL
1995-03-01
Standard
AIR81A
This document discusses the relative merits of the properties of hydrocarbon-based hydraulic fluid in relation to the fluid formulation, aerospace hydraulic system design and the related materials compatibility. In some cases, numerical limits are suggested, but, in general, the effect of a property is noted qualitatively. The properties of the fluid must be considered in the design of a hydraulic system, but it is possible to design a system to be less sensitive, or more robust, to a particular fluid property. For this reason, the property of the hydraulic fluid must be weighed for each individual hydraulic system, taking into account the system's basic design, function and environment, as well as the fluid toxicity and disposal issues. Besides the hydraulic system itself, ground handling and servicing needs of the system must also be considered. The only absolute characteristic of a hydraulic fluid is that it be a liquid throughout the range of use.
HISTORICAL
2000-12-01
Standard
AIR81B
This document discusses the relative merits of the properties of hydrocarbon-based hydraulic fluid in relation to the fluid formulation, aerospace hydraulic system design and the related materials compatibility. In some cases, numerical limits are suggested, but, in general, the effect of a property is noted qualitatively. The properties of the fluid must be considered in the design of a hydraulic system, but it is possible to design a system to be less sensitive, or more robust, to a particular fluid property. For this reason, the property of the hydraulic fluid must be weighed for each individual hydraulic system, taking into account the system's basic design, function and environment, as well as the fluid toxicity and disposal issues. Besides the hydraulic system itself, ground handling and servicing needs of the system must also be considered. The only absolute characteristic of a hydraulic fluid is that it be a liquid throughout the range of use.
HISTORICAL
2011-02-08
Standard
AIR81C
This document discusses the relative merits of the physical and chemical properties of hydraulic fluids in relation to the aerospace hydraulic system design, and the related materials compatibility. The discussion in this report applies both to hydrocarbon and phosphate ester based aircraft hydraulic fluids. In some cases, numerical limits are suggested, but, in general, the significance and effect of a property is noted qualitatively.
CURRENT
2008-02-14
Standard
AIR5829
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) discusses the forms that air may take in aircraft hydraulic systems. Further, the effects of the various air forms on system operation are addressed. Recommended system design to prevent air effects and maintenance procedures to prevent and remove air are provided. Nitrogen leakage from accumulators is also a source of gas in hydraulic systems and may compose a portion of the “air” in the hydraulic system. The term “air” in this report does not differentiate between a gas composed strictly of normal atmospheric air or one that includes a mixture of additional nitrogen as well. The discussions of the report apply equally with any proportions of atmospheric air and nitrogen in the system.
HISTORICAL
1992-08-18
Standard
AIR4713
Although there is controversy regarding the chemical form of chlorine and its relation to harmful effects in the hydraulic fluid (i.e., chloride ions versus organic chloro-compounds versus total chlorine in all forms), it is generally agreed that total chlorine content should be measured and controlled. In the near future, the ban on the manufacture of chlorinated solvents, out of concern for depletion of the ozone layer, may in itself diminish or eliminate chlorine contamination related aircraft malfunctions. It is generally accepted that hydraulic fluid contamination should be held to a minimum under all conditions. The benefits of low contamination levels are improved performance, lower maintenance due to lower wear, corrosion and erosion, longer fluid life, longer component life, etc. Contaminants can be classified into two general types: those that are insoluble and those that are soluble in the hydraulic fluid.
HISTORICAL
1992-02-18
Standard
AS1241B
This document establishes the requirements for physical and chemical properties and the minimum tests to evaluate suitability of phosphate ester hydraulic fluids for use in aircraft systems where fire resistance is required. Additional tests may be specified by procuring agencies to demonstrate compliance with specific requirements.
HISTORICAL
1983-03-01
Standard
AS1241A
This specification establishes the requirements for phosphate ester hydraulic fluids for use in aircraft systems where fire resistance is required.
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