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Self-Sealing Breakaway Valves for Crash-Resistant Aircraft Fuel Systems
- Aerospace Standard
Published March 19, 2020 by SAE International in United States
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MIL-STD-1290, 14 CFR 27.952, and 14 CFR 29.952 provide crash resistant fuel system design and test criteria that significantly minimize fuel leaks and occurrence of post-crash fire in survivable impacts. This document does not change and does not authorize changes in or deviations from MIL-Standard or regulatory requirements. This document provides guidance for the design, performance, and test criteria for self-sealing breakaway valves.
This document has been revised extensively for the following: Add requirements for specification and testing at all operating temperatures General revision to remove/replace references to cancelled standards and to improve the document readability Convert “shall” into “should/is/are/may/will” as appropriate Add reference to ARP8615 for design and verification requirements
|Technical Paper||Crash-Resistant Fuel Systems for General Aviation Aircraft|
|Technical Paper||Crash-Resistant Fuel Tanks for Helicopters and General Aviation Aircraft|
|Magazine Issue||The S.A.E. Journal of Automotive Engineering 1972-10-01|
Data Sets - Support Documents
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|Table 1||Flow, pressure loss, and spillage|
|Table 2||Qualification tests|
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