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Orientation of Engine Axis, Coordinate and Numbering Systems for Aircraft Gas Turbine Engines
- Aerospace Standard
Published November 02, 2012 by SAE International in United States
Orientation of the engine, engine axis and coordinate system referred to herein shall be the conventional terminology used in all references to aircraft gas turbine engines.
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