Browse Standards AIR1662
Historical Revised 1991-05-28

Minimization of Electrostatic Hazards In Aircraft Fuel Systems AIR1662

The prevention of fires and explosions resulting from electrostatic discharges in aircraft fuel systems is of special concern to aircraft designers and operators. The purpose of this Aerospace Information Report (AIR) is to assist in reducing the hazard by a review of the physics of electrostatic phenomena, a brief survey of electrostatic incidents and accidents, and a recounting of design practices which reduce the hazard. This document is not a complete design guide; extensive research and testing will be required to produce a successful design.
AIR1662A
2013-08-09
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AIR1662
1991-05-28
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