SAE International® Issues 10 New Technical Standards for Aerospace, Automotive and Commercial Vehicle Industries in Month of April

SAE International’s standards development teams issued 10 new technical documents and revised or reaffirmed another 109 in the month of April.

The newly issued documents in April covered a variety of technical subject areas, including:

Impact of Copper Contamination on the Thermal Stability of Jet Fuels; Unmanned Systems Terminology Based on the ALFUS Framework; Verification Methods for AS5653 Network Terminal; Insulation Sleeving, Electrical, Heat Shrinkable, Flame Retarded, Modified Polyolefin, Flexible, Crosslinked; and Fuel Tank Filler, Capless Closure.

To date, SAE International® has issued 35 new technical documents since January 1; 347 documents have been revised or reaffirmed.

Technical standards set expectations for safety, reliability, and quality while helping companies reduce their costs, increase productivity, and advance new technologies. SAE International’s standards repository totals nearly 35,000 documents – of which 11,000 are active and 24,000 historical dating back to the early 1900s.

SAE International has 700 standards development technical committees and 17,000 technical professional volunteers from countries around the world.  They serve every aspect of industry from vehicle design and integration to build, manufacture, operate, and maintain; and they address critical issues on everything from fuel to weather conditions, materials to electronics, engine power to energy mandates.

Standards definitions:
  • Issued – First time a technical report is published. Subject to five-year review.
  • Revised – An active technical report has been updated and re-published. Subject to five-year review.
  • Reaffirmed – Technical report which has been reviewed by the technical committee and determined to be current with no need for immediate revision. Subject to five-year review
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