1969-02-01

A Systems Approach to Flammability Control for Aerospace Safety Application 690712

The requirements for control of flammability and related hazards in materials and components used in aerospace avionics systems have been examined using a systems approach. Consideration has been given to a wide range of contributing factors, including acceptable risk, test method, acceptability criteria, confidence level, ignition source, etc.

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