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Capability Guidelines for Computer Controlled Test Equipment for Hydraulic Components

2014-04-24
CURRENT
ARP4904A
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) establishes software capability guidelines for computer controlled test equipment, hereinafter referred to as automatic test equipment (ATE), for testing hydraulic components. A typical ATE system is shown in Figure 1. The items herein have been selected as potential features which may or may not be applicable to a particular application. This document does not address software development requirements, qualification procedures, or hardware design requirements, but encourages users to refer to existing documents, defined in 2.1.1, for guidance on such issues.
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High Pressure Pneumatic Compressors Users Guide For Aerospace Applications

2013-11-11
CURRENT
AIR4994A
Gas compressors (air and other compressible fluids) have been used sporadically since the 1940's for various utility functions in aerospace applications. They have been used to provide power to gun purge and drive systems, engine or APU starters (recharge accumulators), reservoir pressurization, cockpit pressurization, braking systems, canopy seals, engine control devices, landing gear activation, and boosted flight controls (see Table 1). In current state-of-the-art aircraft, most pneumatic system power is extracted from a stage of compression in the turbo-jet engine. As more and more demands are put on new generation engines for fuel economy and performance there is an increasing need for a new source of pneumatic power. This document is intended to describe current state-of-the-art technology in compressors, define the limitations, discuss enhancements needed and attempt to predict the needs of the future.
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High Pressure Pneumatic Compressors Users Guide For Aerospace Applications

1996-01-01
HISTORICAL
AIR4994
Gas compressors (air and other compressible fluids) have been used sporadically since the 1940's for various utility functions in aerospace applications. They have been used to provide power to gun purge and drive systems, engine or APU starters (recharge accumulators), reservoir pressurization, cockpit pressurization, braking systems, canopy seals, engine control devices, landing gear activation, and boosted flight controls (see Table 1). In current state-of-the-art aircraft, most pneumatic system power is extracted from a stage of compression in the turbo-jet engine. As more and more demands are put on new generation engines for fuel economy and performance there is an increasing need for a new source of pneumatic power. This document is intended to describe current state-of-the-art technology in compressors, define the limitations, discuss enhancements needed and attempt to predict the needs of the future.
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AEROSPACE-CIVIL TYPE VARIABLE DELIVERY HYDRAULIC PUMP

1995-03-01
HISTORICAL
AS595B
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) establishes the general requirements for pressure compensated, variable delivery hydraulic pumps, suitable for use in commercial aircraft hydraulic systems. This document shall be used in conjunction with the procurement specification for each pump model.
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Capability Guidelines for Computer Controlled Test Equipment for Hydraulic Components

1994-09-01
HISTORICAL
ARP4904
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) establishes software capability guidelines for computer controlled test equipment, hereinafter referred to as automatic test equipment (ATE), for testing hydraulic components. A typical ATE system is shown in Figure 1. The items herein have been selected as potential features which may or may not be applicable to a particular application. This document does not address software development requirements, qualification procedures, or hardware design requirements, but encourages users to refer to existing documents, defined in 2.1.1, for guidance on such issues.
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