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Engine Flywheel Housing and Mating Transmission Housing Flanges

2020-09-29
CURRENT
J617_202009
This SAE Standard specifies the major dimensions and tolerances for Engine Flywheel Housings and the Mating Transmission Housing Flanges. It also locates the crankshaft flange face or the transmission pilot bore (or pilot bearing bore) stop face in relation to housing SAE flange face. This document is not intended to cover the design of the flywheel housing face mating with the engine crankcase rear face or the design of housing walls and ribs. Housing strength analysis and the selection of housing materials are also excluded. This document applies to any internal combustion engine which can utilize SAE No. 6 through SAE No. 00 size flywheel housing for mounting a transmission.
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Hydrodynamic Drives Terminology

2019-12-02
CURRENT
J641_201912
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.
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Automatic Transmissions - Schematic Diagrams

2019-11-19
CURRENT
J647_201911
The following schematic diagrams reflect various methods of illustrating automotive transmission arrangements. These have been developed to facilitate a clear understanding of the functional interrelations of the gearing, clutches, hydrodynamic drive unit, and other transmission components. Two variations of transmission diagrams are used: in neutral (clutches not applied), and in gear. For illustrative purposes, some typical transmissions are shown.
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SAE No. 2 Friction Test Machine 6000 rpm Stepped Power Test

2019-07-24
CURRENT
J2488_201907
This SAE Recommended Practice is intended as the definition of a standard test, 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 No. 2 Friction Test Machine is used to evaluate the friction characteristics of automatic transmission plate clutches with automotive transmission fluids. It can also be used to conduct durability tests on wet friction systems. The specific purpose of this document is to define a 6000 rpm stepped power test for the evaluation of wet friction system performance variation as a function of power level. This procedure uses an initial engagement speed of 6000 rpm and is intended as a standard procedure for common use by both suppliers and end users.
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One-Way Clutches - Nomenclature and Terminology

2019-07-24
CURRENT
J1087_201907
The definitions and illustrations in this SAE Recommended Practice are intended to establish common nomenclature and terminology for automotive transmission one-way clutches.
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SAE No. 2 Friction Test Machine μPVT Test

2019-05-31
CURRENT
J2490_201905
This SAE Recommended Practice is intended as the definition of a standard test, which 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 No. 2 Friction Test Machine is used to evaluate the friction characteristics of automatic transmission plate clutches with automotive transmission fluids. It can also be used to conduct durability tests on wet friction systems. The specific purpose of this document is to define a μPVT Test for the evaluation of the variation of wet friction system performance as a function of speed, temperature, and pressure. This procedure is intended as a standard for both suppliers and end users. The only variables selected by the supplier or user of the friction system are: a Friction material b Fluid c Reaction plates These three variables must be clearly identified when reporting the results of this test.
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SAE No. 2 Friction Test Machine 3600 rpm Stepped Power Test

2019-05-23
CURRENT
J2487_201905
This SAE Recommended Practice is intended as the definition of a standard test, 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 No. 2 Friction Test Machine is used to evaluate the friction characteristics of automatic transmission plate clutches with automotive transmission fluids. It can also be used to conduct durability tests on wet friction systems. The specific purpose of this document is to define a 3600 rpm Stepped Power Test for the evaluation of wet friction system performance variation as a function of power level. This procedure uses an initial engagement speed of 3600 rpm and is intended as a standard procedure for common use by both suppliers and end users.
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Automotive Transmission Terminology

2017-08-25
CURRENT
J645_201708
The following listed definitions are intended to establish terminology and criteria for describing the various kinds of automotive transmissions. A specific arrangement may be described by a combination of several of these definitions.
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Passenger Car and Light Truck Automatic Transmission and Automatic Transaxle Test Code

2015-06-30
CURRENT
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). a Efficiency versus output speed versus input torque b Torque ratio versus output speed c Input speed versus output speed d Output torque versus output speed e Parasitic loss versus input speed (spin losses) f Cooler flow g Output torque bias (front wheel drive transaxles)
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Engine Flywheel Housing and Mating Transmission Housing Flanges

2014-04-16
HISTORICAL
J617_201404
This SAE Standard specifies the major dimensions and tolerances for Engine Flywheel Housings and the Mating Transmission Housing Flanges. It also locates the crankshaft flange face or the transmission pilot bore (or pilot bearing bore) stop face in relation to housing SAE flange face. This document is not intended to cover the design of the flywheel housing face mating with the engine crankcase rear face or the design of housing walls and ribs. Housing strength analysis and the selection of housing materials are also excluded. This document applies to any internal combustion engine which can utilize SAE No. 6 through SAE No. 00 size flywheel housing for mounting a transmission.
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SAE No. 2 Friction Test Machine µPVT Test

2012-08-06
HISTORICAL
J2490_201208
This SAE Recommended Practice is intended as the definition of a standard test, which 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 No. 2 Friction Test Machine is used to evaluate the friction characteristics of automatic transmission plate clutches with automotive transmission fluids. It can also be used to conduct durability tests on wet friction systems. The specific purpose of this document is to define a µPVT Test for the evaluation of the variation of wet friction system performance as a function of speed, temperature, and pressure. This procedure is intended as a standard for both suppliers and end users. The only variables selected by the supplier or user of the friction system are: a Friction Material b Fluid c Reaction Plates These three variables must be clearly identified when reporting the results of this test.
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Flywheels for Engine-Mounted Torque Converters

2012-06-11
CURRENT
J927_201206
This SAE Recommended Practice defines flywheel configuration to promote standardization of flywheels for engine flywheel mounted torque converters. Tables 1A and 1B and Figure 1 give dimensions for flywheels mounted-type torque converters. For torque converters using drive ring overcenter type disconnect clutch, see SAE J620.
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Hydrodynamic Drives Terminology

2012-06-04
HISTORICAL
J641_201206
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. 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.
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SAE No. 2 Clutch Friction Test Machine Guidelines

2012-03-19
CURRENT
J286_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 No. 2 Friction Test Machine is used to evaluate the friction characteristics of automatic transmission plate clutch with automotive transmission fluids. It can also be used to conduct durability tests on wet friction systems. This document is intended for common use by both suppliers and end users to define minimum test machine requirements to allow objective comparisons of wet friction material system performance.
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Glossary of Terms - Lubricated Friction Systems

2012-03-19
CURRENT
J1646_201203
This SAE Recommended Practice defines the principal terms and equations pertaining to automotive automatic transmission clutch plate, band, or other wet-friction systems. The terms apply directly to friction-system testing as is typically conducted on inertia-stop test equipment. Some terms can be directly applied to the analysis of friction in the transmission or brake assembly and other friction-test equipment. The glossary presents terms used to describe the set-up, testing, and results of tests as shown in Figure 1, which were taken on a clutch SAE No. 2 machine. The glossary is intended to provide a collection of definitions in the hope of eliminating confusion in development and their application to passenger cars and trucks. This document focuses on the terminology of friction-system testing. References for this type of testing are shown in Section 2.
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One-Way Clutches - Nomenclature and Terminology

2011-08-12
HISTORICAL
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.
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Automatic Transmissions - Schematic Diagrams

2010-04-23
HISTORICAL
J647_201004
The following schematic diagrams reflect various methods of illustrating automotive transmission arrangements. These have been developed to facilitate a clear understanding of the functional interrelations of the gearing, clutches, hydrodynamic drive unit, and other transmission components. Two variations of transmission diagrams are used: in neutral (clutches not applied) and in gear. For illustrative purposes, some typical transmissions are shown.
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Automotive Transmission Terminology

2009-03-03
HISTORICAL
J645_200903
The following listed definitions are intended to establish terminology and criteria for describing the various kinds of automotive transmissions. A specific arrangement may be described by a combination of several of these definitions.
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