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Involute Splines; Wear Limit, Definition Of
- Aerospace Standard
Published January 01, 2000 by SAE International in United States
To provide a recommended practice covering the method criteria for defining 'wear limit' on involute splines. This recommended practice is applicable to all involute splines used in Aerospace Propulsion Units.
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Welcome to the EG-1, Aerospace Propulsion Systems Support Equipment Discussion Forum.Scope: Applies standardization principles where possible and develops guidance for new designs that further the advancement of support equipment for propulsion systems. Primary activities include development of industry standards, recommended practices, and technical information reports on support equipment and facilities related to gas turbine engine testing, balancing, engine accessory testing, inspection, packaging, handling and transportability. Standares for high performance hand tools for aerospace use are also developed by EG-1. Subcommittees: Technical Committee EG-1 operates using the following active subcommittees: EG-1A, Balancing EG-1B, Hand Tools EG-1E, Test Cells
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