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Automotive V-Ribbed Belt Drives and Test Methods

2019-07-17
WIP
J1596
The following information covers engine accessory drive layout details and testing methods and includes test configurations, pulley diameters, power loads, and guidance for interpreting test data. This information has been prepared from existing literature, including standards and data supplied by both producers and users of V-ribbed belts.
Standard

V-Ribbed Belts and Pulleys

2019-05-02
WIP
J1459
This SAE Standard covers the dimensioning technique, tolerances, and methods of measurement of V-ribbed belts and mating pulleys for use on automotive accessory drives.
Standard

Accessory Drive Tensioner Test Standards

2016-07-01
CURRENT
J2436_201607
To document test procedures and set-ups that address known failure modes for Accessory Drive automatic tensioners This SAE Standard does not encompass the pulley or pulley bearing. The sample sizes and acceptance criteria should be determined by agreement between the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and the supplier. The failure modes to be addressed are: Test Factors include: NOTE: The Belt Drive Committee recommends that this spec be run using test parts that are close to the upper and lower specifications for load output and damping (tails testing).
Standard

Automotive Synchronous Belt Drives

2012-08-14
CURRENT
J1313_201208
The following information applies to automotive camshaft drives, distributor drives, or other underhood drives that may require synchronization. For other power transmission drives requiring synchronization, refer to Specifications for Drives using Synchronous Belts (MXL, XL, L, H, XH and XXH belt sections) (IP 24/1978), published jointly by the Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA), the Mechanical Power Transmission Association (MPTA), and the Rubber Association of Canada (RAC).
Standard

Automotive V-Belt Drives

2012-08-14
CURRENT
J637_201208
The following information is intended as a guide to be used for evaluating belt construction, source approval, and quality audit. This recommendation has been prepared from existing literature, including standards, specifications, and data supplied by both producers and users. These recommendations cover drive layout details and V-belt testing methods, including test layout, pulley diameters, torque loads, and guidance for interpreting test data. The application of these automotive V-belts is to power engine or vehicle accessories that are physically attached to the engine.
Standard

SI (Metric) Synchronous Belts and Pulleys

2012-07-05
CURRENT
J1278_201207
Synchronous belt drives consist of a toothed belt which mates with grooved pulleys to provide a precise speed ratio between the driver and driven pulleys. This SAE Standard covers the synchronous belt and pulley sections currently in use in automotive applications such as camshaft, distributor, and other underhood drives that may require synchronization. It also provides for future sections to be added as usage develops.
Standard

V-Ribbed Belts and Pulleys

2009-12-18
CURRENT
J1459_200912
This SAE Standard covers the dimensioning technique, tolerances, and methods of measurement of V-ribbed belts and mating pulleys for use on automotive accessory drives.
Standard

V-Belts and Pulleys

2001-12-10
HISTORICAL
J636_200112
This specification covers standard dimensions, tolerances, and methods of measurement of V-belts and pulleys for automotive V-belt drives.
Standard

Accessory Drive Tensioner Test Standards (Mechanical Rotary Type)

1998-07-01
HISTORICAL
J2436_199807
To document test procedures and set-ups that address known failure modes for mechanical rotary tensioners and establish minimum acceptance criteria. This SAE Standard does not encompass the pulley or pulley bearing. The sample sizes should be determined by agreement between the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and the supplier. The failure modes to be addressed are: a Durability Corrosion Contamination Structural Wear Temperature Alignment b Functional Clamp Load Damping Drop (Safety) Lift Lugs Load Noise Ozone Snap
Standard

V-Belts and Pulleys

1997-08-01
HISTORICAL
J636_199708
This specification covers standard dimensions, tolerances, and methods of measurement of V-belts and pulleys for automotive V-belt drives.
Standard

V-Belts and Pulleys

1992-05-01
HISTORICAL
J636_199205
This specification covers standard dimensions, tolerances, and methods of measurement of V-belts and pulleys for automotive V-belt drives.
Standard

AUTOMOTIVE V-RIBBED BELT DRIVES AND TEST METHODS

1989-06-01
CURRENT
J1596_198906
The following information covers engine accessory drive layout details and testing methods and includes test configurations, pulley diameters, power loads, and guidance for interpreting test data. This information has been prepared from existing literature, including standards and data supplied by both producers and users of V-ribbed belts. When the engine is used to drive an external unit equipped with industrial type V-pulleys and belts, it is recommended that the power takeoff pulley on the engine be grooved according to the appropriate industrial standard. These standards are published by RMA-MPTA (Rubber Manufacturers Association - Mechanical Power Transmission Association); ISO (International Standards Organization) and ASAE (American Society of Agricultural Engineers).
Standard

V-Ribbed Belts and Pulleys

1988-08-01
HISTORICAL
J1459_198808
This SAE Standard covers the dimensioning technique, tolerances, and methods of measurement of V-ribbed belts and mating pulleys for use on automotive accessory drives.
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