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REPORT ON AIRCRAFT ENGINE CONTAINMENT
- Aerospace Standard
Published August 01, 1996 by SAE International in United States
Downloadable datasets availableAnnotation ability available
The study shall be directed to commercial aircraft service and include engine experience in both fixed wing aircraft and helicopters covering the time period from 1962 to the present.
|Aerospace Standard||REPORT ON AIRCRAFT ENGINE CONTAINMENT|
|Aerospace Standard||Acoustical Considerations for Aircraft Environmental Control System Design|
Data Sets - Support Documents
|TABLE 1||Non-Contained Failure Summary|
|TABLE 2||Non-Contained Failures Classified by Fragment Type|
|TABLE 3||Non-Contained Failures - Disks, Spacers, and Blades Classified by Flight Mode|
|TABLE 4||Non-Contained Failures - Disks, Spacers, and Blades Classified by Cause|
|TABLE 4A||Non-Contained Failures - Disks and Spacers Classified by Cause|
|TABLE 4B||Non-Contained Failures - Blades Only Classified by Cause|
|TABLE 5||Non-Contained Failures - Disks, Spacers, and Blades Classified by Cause (Severity Categories 3 and 4)|
|TABLE 5A||Non-Contained Failures - Disk and Spacer Only Classified by Cause (Severity Categories 3 and 4)|
|TABLE 5B||Non-Contained Failures - Blades Only Classified by Cause (Severity Categories 3 and 4)|
|TABLE B1||Summary of Non-Contained Rotor Failures for Commercial Aircraft January 1962 - December 1975|
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