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Aircraft Turbine Engine Fuel System Component Endurance Test Procedure (Room Temperature Contaminated Fuel)

2015-08-24
CURRENT
MAP749C
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice describes a method for conducting room temperature, contaminated fuel, endurance testing when the applicable specification requires nonrecirculation of the contaminants. The objective of the test is to determine the resistance of engine fuel system components to wear or damage caused by contaminated fuel operation. It is not intended as a test for verification of the component's filter performance and service life. ARP1827 is recommended for filter performance evaluation.
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Considerations for Ground Fault Interrupter (GFI) / Arc Fault Circuit Breaker (AFCB) for fuel pumps power circuit protection installation, specification and testing

2016-02-08
WIP
AIR6384
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) is intended to provide guidance for installing GFI/AFCB in the fuel pumps power circuits for protection of fuel vapors ignition inside the tank in case of a failure that causing arcing inside the pump. Besides, this AIR is also intended to provide minimum specification and testing for ground fault interrupter (GFI) and arc fault circuit breaker (AFCB), addressing the issues associated with the verification requirements based on current regulatory guidance per AC25.981-1C.
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AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEM VAPOR-LIQUID RATIO PARAMETER

1974-01-01
HISTORICAL
AIR1326
The AIR is limited to a presentation of the historical background, the technical rationale which generated the V/L fuel condition interface requirement in specifications between the aircraft fuel delivery system and the aircraft engine fuel system, and limitations in the usage of the V/L concept.
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Aircraft Fuel System Vapor-Liquid Ratio Parameter

1997-12-01
CURRENT
AIR1326A
The AIR is limited to a presentation of the historical background, the technical rationale which generated the V/L fuel condition interface requirement in specifications between the aircraft fuel delivery system and the aircraft engine fuel system, and limitations in the usage of the V/L concept.
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Aircraft Fuel System Pressure Definitions

2018-06-05
WIP
AIR1749A
The information in this document is limited to aircraft engine fuel feed, refueling, and transfer components. It is assumed that isothermal, liquid fluid conditions exist, herein referred to as fuel. Where a unit of measure is suffixed, this is intended to show a generally associated unit for illustration only and is not an exclusive endorsement of this particular term. Where applicable and allowable it is understood that a referee fluid may be substituted for fuel.
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Aircraft Engine Fuel Feed and Transfer Component Pressure Definitions

1991-02-13
CURRENT
AIR1749
The information in this document is limited to aircraft engine fuel feed, refueling, and transfer components (reference 2.1). It is assumed that isothermal, liquid fluid conditions exist, herein referred to as fuel. Where a unit of measure is suffixed, this is intended to show a generally associated unit for illustration only and is not an exclusive endorsement of this particular term. Where applicable and allowable it is understood that a referee fluid may be substituted for fuel.
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Contaminants for Aircraft Turbine Engine Fuel System Component Testing

2010-08-05
HISTORICAL
AIR4246C
This document discusses descriptions of fluid contamination products. These contaminants are used for design evaluation and formal component qualification/certification testing. Such tests are routinely performed on candidate aircraft engine fuel and pneumatic system components. Typical of these components are fuel pumps, fuel filters, fuel controls, pressurizing valves, flow dividers, selector valves, and combustor nozzles. The purpose of this document is to recommend standard descriptions to be used by specification writers.
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Contaminants for Aircraft Turbine Engine Fuel System Component Testing

2002-04-19
HISTORICAL
AIR4246B
This document discusses descriptions of fluid contamination products. These contaminants are used for design evaluation and formal component qualification/certification testing. Such tests are routinely performed on candidate aircraft engine fuel and pneumatic system components. Typical of these components are fuel pumps, fuel filters, fuel controls, pressurizing valves, flow dividers, selector valves, and combustor nozzles. The purpose of this document is to recommend standard descriptions to be used by specification writers.
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Lubrication System Oil Tank Sizing

2018-02-26
WIP
ARP7976
This Aerospace Recommended Practice provides the considerations appropriate for Engine Lubrication System Oil Tank sizing, and provides means to confirm the oil volume held within the Oil Tank is adequate for satisfactory Lubrication System performance. Two scenarios should be considered when demonstrating that the Oil Tank capacity and oil volume held within the Oil Tank are adequate, sea level engine testing and in-flight operation, when demonstrating the capability of Lubrication System to operate in support of FAA Part 23 and Part 25, CFR Part 33, and corresponding EASA CS-E regulations, and equivalent Military application requirements.
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Aircraft Engine Fuel Pump Cavitation Endurance Test

2015-02-16
WIP
ARP492D
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) defines procedures for testing aircraft engine fuel pumps for the purpose of determining their resistance to deterioration, during steady state endurance test, while receiving MIL-T-5624 Grade JP-4 fuel as a homogenous mixture of gas and liquid expressed as a ratio of vapor volume to liquid volume (V/L).

If any of the above conditions do not apply, refer to Section 2.

The procedure recommended herein is based on experience gathered by a number of laboratories conducting component qualification tests to MIL-E-5009, currently MIL-E-5007. It is intended to produce a uniform reproducible steady state test condition for fuel pump cavitation testing as required by various military engine specifications.

This test is not intended to establish altitude or climb rate, starting, or other transient performance of the article tested.

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Aircraft Engine Fuel Pump Cavitation Endurance Test

1994-12-01
CURRENT
ARP492C
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) defines procedures for testing aircraft engine fuel pumps for the purpose of determining their resistance to deterioration, during steady state endurance test, while receiving MIL-T-5624 Grade JP-4 fuel as a homogenous mixture of gas and liquid expressed as a ratio of vapor volume to liquid volume (V/L). If any of the above conditions do not apply, refer to Section 2.
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Aircraft Fuel Pump Mechanical and Electrical Safety Design

2017-10-10
CURRENT
ARP6385
The requirements presented in this document address the key considerations for mechanical and electrical safety in aircraft fuel pump design. Document sections focus on understanding safety relative to an electrically motor driven fuel pump assembly acting as an ignition source for explosive fuel vapors within the airplane tank.
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