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Air Cargo Pallets - Utilization Guidelines

2002-02-13
CURRENT
ARP5486
Air cargo pallets and their cargo restraint nets constitute aircraft Unit Load Devices, defined by industry standards and airworthiness certified based on Technical Standard Order (TSO) C90c in accordance with the requirements of NAS 3610. This guarantees their design to be intrinsically safe for flight on board compatible aircraft types. However, actual flight safety also requires these certified pieces of equipment to be properly used: numerous occurrences have demonstrated a certified ULD can nevertheless jeopardize flight safety if loaded or restrained in an inadequate manner.
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Cargo Restraint Straps - Utilization Guidelines

2003-03-27
HISTORICAL
ARP5595
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) aims at providing general utilization guidelines and calculation methods adequate to guarantee the effectiveness and ultimate load strength of tie-down/lashing arrangements performed to restrain cargo on board civil transport aircraft during flight: a cargo loaded and tied down onto airworthiness certified air cargo pallets, themselves restrained into aircraft lower deck, main deck or upper deck cargo systems meeting the requirements of NAS 3610, or b additional tie-down on aircraft structure when necessitated by pallet maximum gross mass or CG, or c non-unitized individual pieces of cargo, or pieces of cargo placed onto an unrestrained (“floating”) pallet into either lower deck or main deck containerized cargo compartments of an aircraft, or d individual pieces of load loaded in non-containerized (bulk loaded) baggage or cargo compartments.
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Cargo Restraint Straps - Utilization Guidelines

2011-11-04
HISTORICAL
ARP5595A
This Aerospace Recommended Practice aims at providing general utilization guidelines and calculation methods adequate to guarantee the effectiveness and ultimate load strength of tie-down / lashing arrangements performed to restrain cargo on board civil transport aircraft during flight: a cargo loaded and tied down onto airworthiness approved air cargo pallets, themselves restrained into aircraft lower deck, main deck or upper deck cargo systems meeting the restraint requirements of air cargo pallets approved in accordance with NAS3610 or AS36100A, or b additional tie-down on aircraft structure when necessitated by pallet maximum gross mass or CG, or c individual pieces of cargo, or pieces of cargo placed onto an unrestrained (“floating”) pallet into either lower deck, main deck or upper deck containerized cargo compartments of an aircraft, or d individual pieces of load loaded in non containerized (bulk loaded) baggage or cargo compartments.
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Cargo Restraint Straps – Utilization Guidelines

2017-11-13
CURRENT
ARP5595B
This Aerospace Recommended Practice aims at providing general utilization guidelines and calculation methods adequate to guarantee the effectiveness and ultimate load strength of tie-down/lashing arrangements performed to restrain cargo on board civil transport aircraft during flight: a Cargo loaded and tied down onto airworthiness approved air cargo pallets, themselves restrained into aircraft lower deck, main deck or upper deck cargo systems meeting the restraint requirements of air cargo pallets approved in accordance with NAS 3610 or AS36100, or b Additional tie-down on aircraft structure when necessitated by pallet maximum gross mass or centre of gravity location, or c Individual pieces of cargo, or pieces of cargo placed onto an unrestrained (“floating”) pallet into either lower deck, main deck or upper deck containerized cargo compartments of an aircraft, or d Individual pieces of load loaded in non-containerized (bulk loaded) baggage or cargo compartments.
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Cargo Shoring Guidelines

2005-03-21
HISTORICAL
ARP5596A
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) specifies guidelines for calculating and performing shoring (load spreading) required on board civil transport aircraft whenever a piece of cargo to be carried exceeds the aircraft's maximum allowable limits in area load, running load, or both. It provides both the engineering methods needed to properly design a shoring arrangement, and the main practical dos and donts known from experience to ensure its effectiveness in protecting the aircraft's structure against overload.
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Cargo Shoring Guidelines

2003-04-24
HISTORICAL
ARP5596
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) specifies guidelines for calculating and performing shoring (load spreading) required on board civil transport aircraft whenever a piece of cargo to be carried exceeds the aircraft's maximum allowable limits in area load, running load, or both. It provides both the engineering methods needed to properly design a shoring arrangement, and the main practical dos and donts known from experience to ensure its effectiveness in protecting the aircraft's structure against overload.
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Cargo Shoring Guidelines

2012-01-05
CURRENT
ARP5596B
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) specifies guidelines for calculating and performing shoring (load spreading) required on board civil transport aircraft whenever a piece of cargo to be carried exceeds the aircraft's maximum allowable limits in area load, running load, or both. It provides both the engineering methods needed to properly design a shoring arrangement, and the main practical dos and donts known from experience to ensure its effectiveness in protecting the aircraft's structure against overload.
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Tie Down, Cargo, Aircraft, CGU-1/B

2000-11-01
HISTORICAL
AS27260
This specification covers one type of 5,000-pound capacity aircraft cargo tie down. The tie down is designated CGU-1/B and is furnished in a minimum length of 240 inches.
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