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Patterns of O-Ring Failures
- Aerospace Standard
Published November 19, 2019 by SAE International in United States
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The information presented herein describes the commonly observed patterns of O-ring failure by means of both text and illustration. Possible causes and corrective actions are indicated for alleviating the problem.
This standard has been revised to remove a misplaced Figure 19 and to renumber the remaining figures.
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