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CURRENT
2013-05-14
Standard
J2312_201305
This test procedure is intended to apply to hydraulic pump suction filters and strainers used in automotive automatic transmissions that include hydraulic power pumps. The various paragraphs of Section 5, “Test Procedures,” include a variety of tests and alternative tests that are not applicable to all filters and applications, so the engineer must specify which tests are to be performed for a particular application. These test procedures are intended to evaluate filter functional performance characteristics only, durability is not evaluated under this standard. Filter design requirements must be specified by the engineer on the filter assembly drawing, an applicable engineering specification, or summarized on an application data sheet similar to that found in this recommended practice. See Figure 6, “Filter Assembly Application and Data Sheet.” Pressure circuit filters, both barrier and system contamination control types, are not covered under this standard.
CURRENT
2011-05-02
Standard
J2310_201105
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to establish guidelines for the automatic transmission and hydraulic systems engineer to design rectangular cross section seals for rotating and static grooved shaft applications. Also included are property comparisons of polymeric materials suitable for these applications. Historically, material covered in this document is not intended to include aluminum contact applications.
HISTORICAL
1999-01-01
Standard
J2310_199901
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to establish guidelines for the automatic transmission and hydraulic systems Engineer to design rectangular cross section seals for rotating and static grooved shaft applications. Also included are material property comparisons of polymeric materials suitable for these applications. Material covered in this document is not intended to include aluminum applications.
HISTORICAL
2005-04-26
Standard
J2312_200504
This test procedure is intended to apply to hydraulic pump suction filters and strainers used in automotive automatic transmissions that include hydraulic power pumps. The various paragraphs of Section 5, "Test Procedures," include a variety of tests and alternative tests that are not applicable to all filters and applications, so the engineer must specify which tests are to be performed for a particular application. These test procedures are intended to evaluate filter functional performance characteristics only, durability is not evaluated under this standard. Filter design requirements must be specified by the engineer on the filter assembly drawing, an applicable engineering specification, or they may be summarized on an application data sheet similar to that found in this recommended practice. See Figure 6, "Filter Assembly Application and Data Sheet." Pressure circuit filters, both barrier and system contamination control types, are not covered under this standard.
HISTORICAL
1984-01-01
Standard
J1087_198401
The definitions and illustrations in this SAE Recommended Practice are intended to establish common nomenclature and terminology for automotive transmission one-way clutches.
HISTORICAL
2000-05-16
Standard
J1087_200005
The definitions and illustrations in this SAE Information Report are intended to establish common nomenclature and terminology for automotive transmission one-way clutches.
HISTORICAL
1990-10-01
Standard
J1087_199010
The definitions and illustrations in this SAE Recommended Practice are intended to establish common nomenclature and terminology for automotive transmission one-way clutches.
CURRENT
2011-08-12
Standard
J1087_201108
The definitions and illustrations in this SAE Recommended Practice are intended to establish common nomenclature and terminology for automotive transmission one-way clutches.
2011-04-05
WIP Standard
J2968
This specification would cover standards for performing wet friction material fatigue life determination. It would include recommendations on equipment, sample preparation, and results reporting
HISTORICAL
1979-06-01
Standard
J651C_197906
To provide a means of obtaining the performance characteristics of automatic transmissions and automatic transaxles. It outlines dynamometer tests that map the steady-state characteristics over a range of operations of an automatic transmission/automatic transaxle and provides a method of presenting test data. This procedure must be followed, with similar test facilities so that results obtained from different laboratories are comparable. For this SAE Recommended Practice, the transmission is defined as the complete automatic transmission or transaxle assembly between the engine and the driveshaft(s) used to effect a ratio change in transmitting power. This test procedure deals with the aspect of conducting complete transmission and transaxle assembly testing. However, by its very nature a transmission should be viewed as a compilation of three major component systems: pump, torque converter, and gearbox (all ratio change elements).
HISTORICAL
1991-01-23
Standard
J651_199101
To provide a means of obtaining the performance characteristics of automatic transmissions and automatic transaxles. It outlines dynamometer tests that map the steady-state characteristics over a range of operations of an automatic transmission/automatic transaxle and provides a method of presenting test data. This procedure must be followed, with similar test facilities so that results obtained from different laboratories are comparable. For this SAE Recommended Practice, the transmission is defined as the complete automatic transmission or transaxle assembly between the engine and the driveshaft(s) used to effect a ratio change in transmitting power. This test procedure deals with the aspect of conducting complete transmission and transaxle assembly testing. However, by its very nature a transmission should be viewed as a compilation of three major component systems: pump, torque converter, and gearbox (all ratio change elements).
HISTORICAL
1996-01-01
Standard
J651_199601
To provide a means of obtaining the performance characteristics of automatic transmissions and automatic transaxles. It outlines dynamometer tests that map the steady-state characteristics over a range of operations of an automatic transmission/automatic transaxle and provides a method of presenting test data. This procedure must be followed, with similar test facilities so that results obtained from different laboratories are comparable. For this SAE Recommended Practice, the transmission is defined as the complete automatic transmission or transaxle assembly between the engine and the driveshaft(s) used to effect a ratio change in transmitting power. This test procedure deals with the aspect of conducting complete transmission and transaxle assembly testing. However, by its very nature a transmission should be viewed as a compilation of three major component systems: pump, torque converter, and gearbox (all ratio change elements).
HISTORICAL
2005-06-22
Standard
J651_200506
To provide a means of obtaining the performance characteristics of automatic transmissions and automatic transaxles. It outlines dynamometer tests that map the steady-state characteristics over a range of operations of an automatic transmission/automatic transaxle and provides a method of presenting test data. This procedure must be followed, with similar test facilities so that results obtained from different laboratories are comparable. For this SAE Recommended Practice, the transmission is defined as the complete automatic transmission or transaxle assembly between the engine and the driveshaft(s) used to effect a ratio change in transmitting power. This test procedure deals with the aspect of conducting complete transmission and transaxle assembly testing. However, by its very nature a transmission should be viewed as a compilation of three major component systems: pump, torque converter, and gearbox (all ratio change elements).
CURRENT
2015-06-30
Standard
J651_201506
The extent of test conditions on the dynamometer must be sufficient to determine the efficiency characteristics corresponding to the following range of vehicle operations in all gear ratios with locked torque converters (open converter can also be done where appropriate and noted). Efficiency versus output speed versus input torque Torque ratio versus output speed Input speed versus output speed Output torque versus output speed Parasitic loss versus input speed (spin losses) Cooler flow Output torque bias (front wheel drive transaxles)
CURRENT
1992-12-01
Standard
J281_199212
HISTORICAL
1977-08-01
Standard
J281A_197708
CURRENT
2012-03-19
Standard
J1499_201203
This SAE Recommended Practice is intended as a guide toward implementation of a standard practice but may be subject to frequent change to keep pace with experience and technical advances. This should be kept in mind when considering its use. The SAE band friction test machine is used to evaluate the frictional characteristics of automatic transmission band friction materials with automatic transmission fluids. It can also be used to conduct durability tests on wet friction systems.
HISTORICAL
1981-12-01
Standard
J640_198112
The following system of symbols is recommended for use in technical papers and engineering reports dealing with hydrodynamic drives.
HISTORICAL
1988-06-01
Standard
J640_198806
The following system of symbols is recommended for use in technical papers and engineering reports dealing with hydrodynamic drives.
HISTORICAL
2000-03-10
Standard
J640_200003
The following system of symbols is recommended for use in technical papers and engineering reports dealing with hydrodynamic drives.
CURRENT
2011-07-08
Standard
J640_201107
The following system of symbols is recommended for use in technical papers and engineering reports dealing with hydrodynamic drives.
HISTORICAL
1975-01-01
Standard
J641A_197501
Since the torque converter and fluid coupling are commonly used components of automatic transmissions in industry, the SAE appointed a committee to standardize terminology, test procedure, data recording, design symbols, and so forth, in this field. The following committee recommendations will facilitate a clear understanding for engineering discussions, comparisons, and the preparation of technical papers. The recommended usages represent the predominant practice or the acceptable practice. Where agreement is not complete, alternates have been included for clarification. EXAMPLE: Two systems of blade angle designations are described. Consequently when a blade angle is specified, the system should be designated. This SAE Recommended Practice deals only with the physical parts and dimensions and does not attempt to standardize the design considerations, such as the actual fluid flow angle resulting from the physical blade shape.
HISTORICAL
1978-04-01
Standard
J641B_197804
Since the torque converter and fluid coupling are commonly used components of automatic transmissions in industry, the SAE appointed a committee to standardize terminology, test procedure, data recording, design symbols, and so forth, in this field. The following committee recommendations will facilitate a clear understanding for engineering discussions, comparisons, and the preparation of technical papers. The recommended usages represent the predominant practice or the acceptable practice. Where agreement is not complete, alternates have been included for clarification. EXAMPLE: Two systems of blade angle designations are described. Consequently when a blade angle is specified, the system should be designated. This SAE Recommended Practice deals only with the physical parts and dimensions and does not attempt to standardize the design considerations, such as the actual fluid flow angle resulting from the physical blade shape.
HISTORICAL
1983-02-01
Standard
J641_198302
Since the torque converter and fluid coupling are commonly used components of automatic transmissions in industry, the SAE appointed a committee to standardize terminology, test procedure, data recording, design symbols, and so forth, in this field. The following committee recommendations will facilitate a clear understanding for engineering discussions, comparisons, and the preparation of technical papers. The recommended usages represent the predominant practice or the acceptable practice. Where agreement is not complete, alternates have been included for clarification. EXAMPLE: Two systems of blade angle designations are described. Consequently when a blade angle is specified, the system should be designated. This SAE Recommended Practice deals only with the physical parts and dimensions and does not attempt to standardize the design considerations, such as the actual fluid flow angle resulting from the physical blade shape.
HISTORICAL
1988-07-01
Standard
J641_198807
Since the torque converter and fluid coupling are commonly used components of automatic transmissions in industry, the SAE appointed a committee to standardize terminology, test procedure, data recording, design symbols, and so forth, in this field. The following committee recommendations will facilitate a clear understanding for engineering discussions, comparisons, and the preparation of technical papers. The recommended usages represent the predominant practice or the acceptable practice. Where agreement is not complete, alternates have been included for clarification. EXAMPLE: Two systems of blade angle designations are described. Consequently when a blade angle is specified, the system should be designated. This SAE Recommended Practice deals only with the physical parts and dimensions and does not attempt to standardize the design considerations, such as the actual fluid flow angle resulting from the physical blade shape.
CURRENT
2011-04-04
Standard
J643_201104
The range of test conditions on the dynamometer shall be sufficient to determine the primary operating characteristics corresponding to the full range of vehicle operations. The characteristics to be determined are: Torque ratio versus speed ratio and output speed Input speed versus speed ratio and output speed Efficiency versus speed ratio and output speed Capacity factor versus speed ratio and output speed Input torque versus input speed NOTE: For more information about these characteristics and the design of hydrodynamic drives, see “Design Practices—Passenger Car Automatic Transmissions,” SAE Advances in Engineering, AE18 or AE29
HISTORICAL
2000-05-16
Standard
J643_200005
The range of test conditions on the dynamometer shall be sufficient to determine the primary operating characteristics corresponding to the full range of vehicle operations. The characteristics to be determined are: a. Torque ratio versus speed ratio and output speed b. Input speed versus speed ratio and output speed c. Efficiency versus speed ratio and output speed d. Capacity factor versus speed ratio and output speed e. Input torque versus input speed
HISTORICAL
1989-06-01
Standard
J643_198906
The range of test conditions on the dynamometer shall be sufficient to determine the primary operating characteristics corresponding to the full range of vehicle operations. The characteristics to be determined are: a. Torque ratio versus speed ratio and output speed b. Input speed versus speed ratio and output speed c. Efficiency versus speed ratio and output speed d. Capacity factor versus speed ratio and output speed e. Input torque versus input speed
2017-06-27
WIP Standard
J643
The range of test conditions on the dynamometer shall be sufficient to determine the primary operating characteristics corresponding to the full range of vehicle operations. The characteristics to be determined are: a. Torque ratio versus speed ratio and output speed b. Input speed versus speed ratio and output speed c. Efficiency versus speed ratio and output speed d. Capacity factor versus speed ratio and output speed e. Input torque versus input speed
HISTORICAL
1979-06-01
Standard
J643B_197906
The range of test conditions on the dynamometer shall be sufficient to determine the primary operating characteristics corresponding to the full range of vehicle operations. The characteristics to be determined are: a. Torque ratio versus speed ratio and output speed b. Input speed versus speed ratio and output speed c. Efficiency versus speed ratio and output speed d. Capacity factor versus speed ratio and output speed e. Input torque versus input speed
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