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Historical Revised 1972-07-01

Balancing Equipment for Jet Engine Components Compressors and Turbine - Rotating Type for Measuring Unbalance in One or More Than One Transverse Planes ARP587A

This Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) specifies the requirements of balancing machines that make them suitable for the subject class of work. It was developed for soft-bearing balancing machines but may also be used for hard-bearing machines until ARP4048 is issued for that type of machine. Particular not should be taken that this ARP examines only the capability of a balancing machine to indicate the correct amount of dynamic or static/couple unbalance in specified proving rotors. Such rotors are commonly used for testing balancing machines to provide precisely controlled and comparable test results. Further tests of a particular machine may be necessary to assess the capability to balance rotors of different weights and configurations, rotors with outboard c.g. and/or correction planes, and those with disturbance causing features, such as rotors subject blade scatter, windage, etc.indage, etc.indage, etc.indage, etc.
ARP587C
2012-12-17
Latest
Stabilized
ARP587B
1990-06-28
Historical
Revised
ARP587A
1972-07-01
Historical
Revised
ARP587
1962-11-15
Historical
Issued

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