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Vehicle Management Systems - Flight Control Function, Design, Installation and Test of Piloted Military Aircraft, General Specification For

2018-08-13
CURRENT
AS94900A
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) provides the general performance, design, installation, test, development, and quality assurance requirements for the flight control related functions of the Vehicle Management Systems (VMS) of military piloted aircraft. It also provides specification guidance for the flight control interfaces with other systems and subsystems of the aircraft.
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Utility System Characterization, an Overview

2000-09-01
CURRENT
AIR5428
Modern air vehicles consist of many subsystems, traditionally managed as a federation of independent subsystems. Advances in control technologies, digital electronics and electro-mechanical hardware, provide potential opportunities to integrate subsystems for future aircraft. This document does not define any particular integration strategy. Its purpose is to provide information about traditional federated subsystems from the functional, control, resource, and hardware perspective. To be able to integrate subsystems, one must have a basic understanding of the subsystems, and this document provides an introduction or starting point for initiating the integration process. The focus is on the aircraft subsystems, which includes utility, flight and propulsion control (e.g., electric power, environmental control subsystem (ECS), fuel, etc.) The depth of the information intends to provide an introduction to the subsystems.
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Primary Flight Control Hydraulic Actuation System Interface Definition

2015-10-19
CURRENT
AIR4922A
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) provides a description of the interfaces and their requirements for generic and specific hydraulic actuation systems used in the flight control systems of manned aircraft. Included are the basic control system characteristics and functional requirements, and the essential interfaces (structural, mechanical, hydraulic power, control input, status monitoring, and environment). Major design issues, requirements, and other considerations are presented and discussed.
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Primary Flight Control Hydraulic Actuation System Interface Definition

1996-10-01
HISTORICAL
AIR4922
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) provides a description of the interfaces and their requirements for generic and specific hydraulic actuation systems used in the flight control systems of manned aircraft. Included are the basic control system characteristics and functional requirements, and the essential interfaces (structural, mechanical, hydraulic power, control input, status monitoring, and environment). Major design issues, requirements, and other considerations are presented and discussed.
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Power Sources for Fluidic Controls

2012-05-31
CURRENT
AIR1245B
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) presents a review of the types and general characteristics of power sources that may be used to provide the power for gaseous or liquid fluidic control systems. Fluidic definitions, terminology, units and symbols are defined in Reference 2.1.1.
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Power Sources for Fluidic Controls

1995-07-01
HISTORICAL
AIR1245A
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) presents a review of the types and general characteristics of power sources that may be used to provide the power for gaseous or liquid fluidic control systems. Fluidic definitions, terminology, units and symbols are defined in Reference 2.1.1.
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POWER SOURCES FOR FLUIDIC CONTROLS

1973-06-01
HISTORICAL
AIR1245
This AIR concerns itself with the end use of Fluidic (or Flueric) control hardware on aerospace vehicle applications. The fluidic control hardware application is viewed as a system comprised of the following subsystems: Power Source Power Conditioner Fluidic/Flueric Control(s) This AIR identifies potential power sources and relates the design of the fluidic/flueric controls to the nature of both the power source and, as required, the power conditioner. In the unlikely event that the power source yields a fluid which is always at the desired pressure level, temperature range and flow rate capacity and, further, is free of particulate or liquid contaminate, pressure pulsation, etc., no power conditioner is required. Experience has shown that the power conditioner is usually necessary to assure operability and reliability of the total control system.
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Methodology for Investigation of Flight Control System Anomalies

2005-06-29
CURRENT
AIR5875
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) outlines comprehensive aircraft flight control system fault isolation methodology that has proven to be effective. The methodology presented in this Information Report has been used in several successful fault isolation efforts on military aircraft.
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Methodology for Investigation of Flight Control System Anomalies

2018-04-24
WIP
AIR5875A
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) outlines comprehensive aircraft flight control system fault isolation methodology that has proven to be effective. The methodology presented in this Information Report has been used in several successful fault isolation efforts on military aircraft.
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Mechanical Control Design Guide

2019-04-17
WIP
ARP5770A
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) provides guidelines for the configuration and design of mechanical control signal transmission systems and subsystems. It is focused on the recommended practices for designing cable and pulley, pushrod and bellcrank and push-pull flexible cable control systems. These systems are typically used in some combination to transmit pilot commands into primary, secondary and utility control system commands (mechanical or electrical) or aircraft surface commands. On mechanically controlled aircraft, most pilot control commands are initiated through cockpit mounted wheels, sticks, levers, pedals or cranks that are coupled by pushrods or links to cable systems. The cable systems are routed throughout the aircraft and terminated in close proximity to the commanded surface or function where cranks and pushrods are again used to control the commanded function.
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Mechanical Control Design Guide

2012-11-01
CURRENT
ARP5770
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) provides guidelines for the configuration and design of mechanical control signal transmission systems and subsystems. It is focused on the recommended practices for designing cable and pulley, pushrod and bellcrank and push-pull flexible cable control systems. These systems are typically used in some combination to transmit pilot commands into primary, secondary and utility control system commands (mechanical or electrical) or aircraft surface commands. On mechanically controlled aircraft, most pilot control commands are initiated through cockpit mounted wheels, sticks, levers, pedals or cranks that are coupled by pushrods or links to cable systems. The cable systems are routed throughout the aircraft and terminated in close proximity to the commanded surface or function where cranks and pushrods are again used to control the commanded function.
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Integrated Rudder and Brake Pedal Unit, General Requirements for Fly-By Wire Transport and Business Aircraft

2018-10-15
CURRENT
ARP6252
This Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) provides general requirements for a generic, integrated rudder and brake pedal unit, incorporating a passive force-feel system that could be used for fixed-wing fly-by wire transport and business aircraft. This ARP addresses the following: The functions to be implemented The mechanical interconnection between captain and F/O station The geometric and mechanical characteristics The mechanical, electrical, and electronic interfaces The safety and certification requirements
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Fluidic Technology

2012-05-31
CURRENT
ARP993D
The scope of this document is limited to encompass terminology, symbols, performance criteria and methods reflecting the current status of the technology.
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Fluidic Technology

2001-06-01
HISTORICAL
ARP993C
The scope of this document is limited to encompass terminology, symbols, performance criteria and methods reflecting the current status of the technology.
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Fluidic Technology

1995-06-01
HISTORICAL
ARP993
The scope of this document is limited to encompass terminology, symbols, performance criteria and methods reflecting the current status of the technology. The purpose of this document is to promote the use of a common terminology and useful symbols and to encourage users and manufacturers of fluidic devices and systems to conform to meaningful standards of performance. This document is intended for use as the basis for a procurement specification for fluidic devices and systems when the need for such a specification arises. This document shall be the starting point for future SAE documents, either through revision or addition, in the field of fluidics as such documents become necessary.
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Fluidic Technology

1969-02-01
HISTORICAL
ARP993A
The scope of this document is limited to encompass terminology, symbols, performance criteria and methods reflecting the current status of the technology. The purpose of this document is to promote the use of a common terminology and useful symbols and to encourage users and manufacturers of fluidic devices and systems to conform to meaningful standards of performance. This document is intended for use as the basis for a procurement specification for fluidic devices and systems when the need for such a specification arises. This document shall be the starting point for future SAE documents, either through revision or addition, in the field of fluidics as such documents become necessary.
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