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Ship Systems and Equipment - Hydraulic System Design Criteria for Marine Vehicles

2013-05-30
CURRENT
J1779_201305
The marine environment differs greatly from other environments in which hydraulics are used. This Recommended Practice provides hydraulic design considerations and criteria for the marine environment and is applicable to commercial vessels, military ships, and submersible vehicles. This document may be used for manned and un-manned vehicles.
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Ship Systems and Equipment-Recommended Practice for Hydraulic Fluid Selection

2006-11-13
CURRENT
J1778_200611
This SAE Recommended Practice identifies general requirements for hydraulic fluids to be used for ship systems and equipment with respect to power transmission, lubrication, and passive applications. It also indicates the environmental limits within which the fluids shall perform their intended purpose satisfactorily and reliably. Characteristics of particular importance to ship systems and equipment are discussed.
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Fluid Systems—Connector Tubes—General Specification and Part Standard

2001-10-26
CURRENT
J24714_200110
This SAE Standard identifies the material and dimensional requirements for component connector tubes and related items for use in fluid power components. Connector tubes are also identified as quills, ferrules or transfer tubes. Connector tubes are used to connect fluid passages within a component or to connect one component to another; for example, connecting control valves to subplates. Related items include plugs, undrilled connector tubes and connector tubes for internal check valves and restrictors.
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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM DIAGRAMS AND ASSOCIATED TABLES FOR MARINE VEHICLES

1991-04-01
CURRENT
J1780_199104
This document establishes the requirements for technical content and format of hydraulic system diagrams. This document does not establish configuration requirements, material, or performance requirements for any system or component identified herein.
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