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Fuze Well Mechanical Interface

2019-09-03
CURRENT
AS5680B
This interface standard applies to fuzes used in airborne weapons that use a 3-in fuze well. It defines: Physical envelope of the fuze well at the interface with the fuze. Load bearing surfaces of the fuze well. Physical envelope of the fuze and its connector. Mechanical features (e.g., clocking feature). Connector type, size, location and orientation. Retaining ring and its mechanical features (e.g., thread, tool interface). Physical envelope of the retaining ring at the interface with the fuze. Physical space available for installation tools. Torque that the installation tool shall be capable of providing. This standard does not address: Materials used or their properties. Protective finish. Physical environment of the weapon. Explosive interface or features (e.g., insensitive munitions (IM) mitigation). Charging tube. Torque on the retaining ring or loads on the load bearing surfaces.
Standard

Interface for Micro Munition (IMM) Handbook

2016-09-16
CURRENT
AIR6114
This document was prepared by the SAE AS-1B1 IMM Task Group to explain and document background information and design decisions made during the development of AS5726. This handbook is published separately to preserve information that is not required or provided in the AS5726 but may be important to system designers to ensure interoperability between the Micro Munition Host and Micro Munition. As a handbook, it cannot be invoked as a requirement in a contract. The structure and numbering of this document mirrors that of AS5726 for the convenience of readers. Headings such as “Requirements” in this handbook should not be interpreted as invoking requirements.
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Technical Architecture for Aircraft, Launcher, and Weapon Interoperability (ALWI TA)

2012-08-27
CURRENT
AIR5720A
The technical architecture defined in this document outlines mandatory, emerging, and needed standards to provide interoperability at key interfaces in the aircraft/store system (including an associated NATO Network Enabled Capability environment), as required to support a future plug-and-play aircraft/store integration capability. These standards relate to services and protocols associated with the subject interfaces. Modeling standards to facilitate the Model Driven Architecture® (MDA®) approach to system definition and implementation are also included. Note that the status of referenced standards as reflected in this document is as of August 2007, and document users should check to see if there has been a subsequent change of status relative to applicable standards.
Standard

Multiplex Data Bus Networks for MIL-STD-1760 Stores

2012-08-22
CURRENT
AIR4013C
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) will examine network aspects of open and shorted stubs, line reflections and bus loading due to network changes. Single network level is assumed, that is, no carriage store hierarchical levels. However, two passive network coupling variants called "branched bus" and "branched stub" will be introduced that possibly could be used in a stores management network. This report assumes familiarity with MIL-STD-1553B.
Standard

Fuze Well Mechanical Interface

2012-07-25
HISTORICAL
AS5680A
This interface standard applies to fuzes used in airborne weapons that use a 3-in fuze well. It defines: Physical envelope of the fuze well at the interface with the fuze. Load bearing surfaces of the fuze well. Physical envelope of the fuze and its connector. Mechanical features (e.g., clocking feature). Connector type, size, location and orientation. Retaining ring and its mechanical features (e.g., thread, tool interface). Physical envelope of the retaining ring at the interface with the fuze. Physical space available for installation tools. Torque that the installation tool shall be capable of providing. This standard does not address: Materials used or their properties. Protective finish. Physical environment of the weapon. Explosive interface or features (e.g., insensitive munitions (IM) mitigation). Charging tube. Torque on the retaining ring or loads on the load bearing surfaces.
Standard

Interface Standard, Interface for Micro Munitions

2009-12-02
AS5726
This standard only defines interconnect, electrical and logical (functional) requirements for the interface between a Micro Munition and the Host. The physical and mechanical interface between the Micro Munition and Host is undefined. Individual programs will define the relevant requirements for physical and mechanical interfaces in the Interface Control Document (ICD) or system specifications. It is acknowledged that this does not guarantee full interoperability of Interface for Micro Munitions (IMM) interfaces until further standardization is achieved.
Standard

Fuze Well Mechanical Interface

2009-06-10
HISTORICAL
AS5680
This interface standard applies to fuzes used in airborne weapons that use a 3-Inch Fuze Well. It defines: a Physical envelope of the fuze well at the interface with the fuze. b Load bearing surfaces of the fuze well. c Physical envelope of the fuze and its connector. d Mechanical features (e.g. clocking feature). e Connector type, size, location and orientation. f Retaining ring and its mechanical features (e.g. thread, tool interface). g Physical envelope of the retaining ring at the interface with the fuze. h Physical space available for installation tools. i Torque that the installation tool shall be capable of providing. This standard does not address: j Materials used or their properties. k Protective finish. l Physical environment of the weapon. m Explosive interface or features (e.g. insensitive munitions (IM) mitigation). n Charging tube. o Torque on the retaining ring or loads on the load bearing surfaces.
Standard

Technical Architecture for Aircraft, Launcher, and Weapon Interoperability (ALWI TA)

2008-01-16
HISTORICAL
AIR5720
The technical architecture defined in this document outlines mandatory, emerging, and needed standards to provide interoperability at key interfaces in the aircraft/store system (including an associated NATO Network Enabled Capability environment), as required to support a future plug-and-play aircraft/store integration capability. These standards relate to services and protocols associated with the subject interfaces. Modeling standards to facilitate the Model Driven Architecture® (MDA®) approach to system definition and implementation are also included. Note that the status of referenced standards as reflected in this document is as of August 2007, and document users should check to see if there has been a subsequent change of status relative to applicable standards.
Standard

Multiplex Data Bus Networks for MIL-STD-1760 Stores

2005-09-29
HISTORICAL
AIR4013B
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) will examine network aspects of open and shorted stubs, line reflections and bus loading due to network changes. Single network level is assumed, that is, no carriage store hierarchical levels. However, two passive network coupling variants called "branched bus" and "branched stub" will be introduced that possibly could be used in a stores management network. This report assumes familiarity with MIL-STD-1553B.
Standard

Multiplex Data Bus Networks for MIL-STD-1760 Stores

1996-08-01
HISTORICAL
AIR4013A
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) will examine network aspects of open and shorted stubs, line reflections and bus loading due to network changes. Single network level is assumed, that is, no carriage store hierarchical levels. However, two passive network coupling variants called "branched bus" and "branched stub" will be introduced that possibly could be used in a stores management network. This report assumes familiarity with MIL-STD-1553B.
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