This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) defines the testing methods for all aerospace optic cables. The application of the test methods are defined in the slant sheets. Technical, dimensional, mechanical and operating performance requirements for the associated aerospace fiber optic cables are detailed in the applicable specification slant sheet. In the event of conflict between this standard and the slant sheet, the slant sheet shall take precedence.
This standard defines a broadband time division command/response multiplex data bus that co-exists and permits concurrent operation with a MIL-STD-1553 Data Bus and MIL-STD-1760 Appendix C. This standard allows utilization of legacy MIL-STD-1553 wiring and bus coupling.
This standard defines the design, performance and interoperability requirements for fiber optic expanded beam, singlemode pin termini incorporating a ball lens configuration for installation in MIL-STD-1760 type connectors.
The latch standard will identify the performance requirements and some interface requirements for an over-center latch with the primary intended use being for closure and securing shipping and storage containers.
This Aerospace Standard will provide the basis for a certification approach and contain the methods or criteria for verification of performance required of Personal Oxygen Dispensing Units for use by Cockpit Crew Members in the range of 35,000 to 45,000 ft cabin altitude.
Identify the phase of flights that can take benefit of Aided Visual Flight for the various missions of helicopters both VFR and IFR such as: Commercial Air Transport Operations offshore and onshore, EMS (Air ambulance), Law enforcement (Operations with Specific Approvals),Search and Rescue (SAR) operations both in Maritime and Mountainous operations The Aided Flight should be considered with various levels of on-boarded sensor technology and its performance such as, but not limited to: NVG, Addition of Axial IR Sensor (with minimum performance to define), Potential use of orientable search light (night VFR) and other situation awareness means like HTAWS, SVS, and sensor like Radio Altimeter including the display mean head-down or head worn that influence operational aspects.
Describes the different types of epoxies, methods of mixing, installation and inspections into optical connectors/terminus. Illustrate typical examples of processing equipment and tooling. Highlight critical parameters and potential failure modes during epoxy processing.
This Aerospace Information Report (AIR) identifies considerations on power available and inlet distortion for rotorcraft with Inlet Barrier Filter (IBF) installations. This document provides a more in-depth understanding of the physics behind power available and inlet distortion characterization for rotorcraft with Inlet Barrier Filter (IBF) installations, including case studies and calculation examples. It is intended to support the methods of compliance to power available and inlet distortion requirements for rotorcraft with Inlet Barrier Filter (IBF) installations recommended in ARP6912.
To detail the different epoxy types available for different aerospace applications which require different temperature ranges. Explain incoming/final inspection requirements and storage requirements. Examine the epoxy chemical make up with explanations of purpose in performance.