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Test Method for Evaluating the Sealing Capability of Hose Connections with a PVT Test Facility

2012-10-24
CURRENT
J1610_201210
This test method provides a standardized procedure for evaluating the sealing capability of a hose connection or any of the individual components of the connection with a pressure, vibration, and temperature (PVT) test facility. This test method consists of a test procedure which includes vibration and coolant flow (#1 ) and a similar test procedure specified without vibration or coolant flow (#2). Any test parameters, other than those specified in this SAE Recommended Practice, are to be agreed to by the tester and the requestor.
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Test Method for Evaluating the Sealing Capability of Hose connections with a PVT Test Facility

1992-06-24
HISTORICAL
J1610_199206
This test method provides a standardized procedure for evaluating the sealing capability of a hose connection or any of the individual components of the connection with a pressure, vibration, and temperature (PVT) test facility. This test method consists of a test procedure which includes vibration and coolant flow and a similar test procedure specified without vibration or coolant flow. Any test parameters, other than those specified in this SAE Recommended Practice, are to be agreed to by the tester and the requestor.
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Test Method for Evaluating the Sealing Capability of Hose Connectionswith a PVT Test Facility

2001-06-08
HISTORICAL
J1610_200106
This test method provides a standardized procedure for evaluating the sealing capability of a hose connection or any of the individual components of the connection with a pressure, vibration, and temperature (PVT) test facility. This test method consists of a test procedure which includes vibration and coolant flow (#1) and a similar test procedure specified without vibration or coolant flow (#2). Any test parameters, other than those specified in this SAE Recommended Practice, are to be agreed to by the tester and the requestor.
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Metric Yoke Type Rod Ends

2012-10-15
CURRENT
J1651_201210
This SAE Standard provides dimensions, tolerances, material, and heat treatment for yoke type rod ends with metric threads and for use with metric size clevis pins.
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Metric Yoke Type Rod Ends

1994-02-01
HISTORICAL
J1651_199402
This SAE Standard provides dimensions, tolerances, materials, and heat treatment for yoke type rod ends with metric threads and for use with metric size clevis pins.
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Identifying and Repairing High Strength Steel Vehicle Components

1985-11-01
CURRENT
J1554_198511
The intent of this SAE Recommended Practice is to provide guidance to automobile repair shops and personnel in identifying high strength steel where used in vehicle components and in repairing these components when damaged.
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Recommended Practices for Design and Evaluation of Passenger and Light Truck Coolant Hose Clamped Joints

2003-11-07
HISTORICAL
J1697_200311
This SAE Recommended Practice covers recommended practices for design and evaluation of hose clamped joints primarily in automotive applications. It is intended to: (a) evaluate current joint designs, (b) compare existing designs, (c) aid in the development of new designs, (d) give objective results once weights are set, (e) rate the overall design and individual sections of design, and (f) encourage future research by industry and the OEM's.
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Recommended Practices for Design and Evaluation of Passenger and Light Truck Coolant Hose Clamped Joints

2013-07-09
CURRENT
J1697_201307
This SAE Recommended Practice covers recommended practices for design and evaluation of hose clamped joints primarily in automotive applications. It is intended to: (a) evaluate current joint designs, (b) compare existing designs, (c) aid in the development of new designs, (d) give objective results once weights are set, (e) rate the overall design and individual sections of design, and (f) encourage future research by industry and the OEM's.
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Recommended Practices for Design and Evaluation of Passenger and Light Truck Coolant Hose Clamped Joints

1996-07-01
HISTORICAL
J1697_199607
This SAE Recommended Practice covers recommended practices for design and evaluation of hose clamped joints primarily in automotive applications. It is intended to: (a) evaluate current joint designs, (b) compare existing designs, (c) aid in the development of new designs, (d) give objective results once weights are set, (e) rate the overall design and individual sections of design, (f) encourage future research by industry and the OEM's.
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Numbering Metals and Alloys

1983-04-01
HISTORICAL
J1086_198304
1. Scope 1.1 This SAE Recommended Practice describes a unified numbering system (UNS) for metals and alloys which have a "commercial standing" (see 6.1), and covers the procedure by which such numbers are assigned. Section 2 describes the system of alphanumeric designations or "numbers" established for each family of metals and alloys. Section 3 outlines the organization established for administering the system. Section 4 describes the procedure for requesting number assignment to metals and alloys for which UNS numbers have not previously been assigned. 1.2 The UNS provides a means of correlating many nationally used numbering systems currently administered by societies, trade associations, and individual users and producers of metals and alloys, thereby avoiding confusion caused by use of more than one identification number for the same material; and by the opposite situation of having the same number assigned to two or more entirely different materials.
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Numbering Metals and Alloys

1995-07-01
HISTORICAL
J1086_199507
1. Scope 1.1 This SAE Recommended Practice describes a unified numbering system (UNS) for metals and alloys which have a "commercial standing" (see 6.1), and covers the procedure by which such numbers are assigned. Section 2 describes the system of alphanumeric designations or "numbers" established for each family of metals and alloys. Section 3 outlines the organization established for administering the system. Section 4 describes the procedure for requesting number assignment to metals and alloys for which UNS numbers have not previously been assigned. 1.2 The UNS provides a means of correlating many nationally used numbering systems currently administered by societies, trade associations, and individual users and producers of metals and alloys, thereby avoiding confusion caused by use of more than one identification number for the same material; and by the opposite situation of having the same number assigned to two or more entirely different materials.
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Numbering Metals and Alloys

1989-06-01
HISTORICAL
J1086_198906
1. Scope 1.1 This SAE Recommended Practice describes a unified numbering system (UNS) for metals and alloys which have a "commercial standing" (see 6.1), and covers the procedure by which such numbers are assigned. Section 2 describes the system of alphanumeric designations or "numbers" established for each family of metals and alloys. Section 3 outlines the organization established for administering the system. Section 4 describes the procedure for requesting number assignment to metals and alloys for which UNS numbers have not previously been assigned. 1.2 The UNS provides a means of correlating many nationally used numbering systems currently administered by societies, trade associations, and individual users and producers of metals and alloys, thereby avoiding confusion caused by use of more than one identification number for the same material; and by the opposite situation of having the same number assigned to two or more entirely different materials.
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Numbering Metals and Alloys

2012-10-15
CURRENT
J1086_201210
This SAE Recommended Practice describes a unified numbering system (UNS) for metals and alloys which have a "commercial standing" (see 6.1), and covers the procedure by which such numbers are assigned. Section 2 describes the system of alphanumeric designations or "numbers" established for each family of metals and alloys. Section 3 outlines the organization established for administering the system. Section 4 describes the procedure for requesting number assignment to metals and alloys for which UNS numbers have not previously been assigned.
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Decorative Anodizing Specification for Automotive Applications

1993-06-01
HISTORICAL
J1974_199306
Form— Detailed in this SAE Recommended Practice are interior and exterior bright or electrolytically colored anodized aluminum automotive components in the form of seat trim, dashboard, window or side body moldings, bumpers, wheels, rocker panel, etc. Applicatoin—this document defines performance requirements for bright or electrolytically colored anodized luminum finishes including interior and exterior applications. the automotive parts can be fabricated from bare coiled sheet, flat sheet, or extruded shapes. Preanodized coiled sheet may be applicable for selected applications. Alloy selection is governed by finish requirements, forming characteristics, and mechanical properties.
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Decorative Anodizing Specification for Automotive Applications

2013-03-28
CURRENT
J1974_201303
This SAE Recommended Practice is aimed at ensuring high-quality products of anodized aluminum automotive components in terms of durability and appearance. Decorative sulfuric acid anodizing has been well developed over the last several decades in the aluminum industry. Exterior and interior performance demonstrated that parts processed to this document meet long-term durability requirements. Since the treatment of processing variables is outside the scope of this document, it is important for applicators of this coating to develop an intimate knowledge of their process, and control all parameters that affect the quality of the end product. The use of techniques such as statistical process control (SPC), capability studies, design of experiments, process optimization, etc., are critical to produce material of consistently high quality.
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Electroplating of Nickel and Chromium on Metal Parts-Automotive Ornamentation and Hardware

1985-02-01
HISTORICAL
J207_198502
This standard covers requirements for several types and grades of electrodeposited nickel/chromium coatings on ferrous or copper alloy basis metals and copper/nickel/chromium on zinc or aluminum alloys for the finishing and corrosion protection of decorative ornamentation and hardware of motor vehicles and marine controls and fittings. Four grades of coatings are provided to correlate with the service conditions under which each is expected to provide satisfactory performance, namely: very severe, severe, moderate, and mild. Definitions and typical examples of these service conditions are provided in Appendix A. Information contained in this document generally conforms to the information contained in ASTM B 456, Specification for Electrodeposited Coatings of Nickel plus Chromium.
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Electroplating of Nickel and Chromium on Metal Parts - Automotive Ornamentation and Hardware

2012-05-11
CURRENT
J207_201205
This standard covers requirements for several types and grades of electrodeposited nickel/chromium coatings on ferrous or copper alloy basis metals and copper/nickel/chromium on zinc or aluminum alloys for the finishing and corrosion protection of decorative ornamentation and hardware of motor vehicles and marine controls and fittings. Four grades of coatings are provided to correlate with the service conditions under which each is expected to provide satisfactory performance, namely: very severe, severe, moderate, and mild. Definitions and typical examples of these service conditions are provided in Appendix A.1 Information contained in this document generally conforms to the information contained in ASTM B 456, Specification for Electrodeposited Coatings of Nickel plus Chromium.
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Metric Ball Joints

2012-10-15
CURRENT
J2213_201210
This SAE Standard covers the general and dimensional data for industrial quality ball joints commonly used on control linkages in metric automotive, marine, construction, and industrial equipment applications.
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Metric Ball Joints

1991-06-01
HISTORICAL
J2213_199106
This SAE Standard covers the general and dimensional data for industrial quality ball joints commonly used on control linkages in metric automotive, marine, construction, and industrial equipment applications. The ball joints described are available from several manufacturers within the range of the interchangable specifications. The sliding contact slef-aligning bearing members (ball and socket) are available in a variety of materials in the types shown. The load capacities and wear capabilities vary considerably with the design and fabrication. It is suggested that the manufacturers be consulted for recommendations for the type and design to particular applications. The inclusion of dimensional data in the document is not intended to imply that all the products described are stock production sizes. Consumers are requested to consult with manufacturers concerning availability of stock production parts.
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