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BALANCING MACHINES FOR JET ENGINE COMPONENTS - COMPRESSORS AND TURBINES - ROTATING TYPE - FOR MEASURING UNBALANCE IN ONE OR MORE THAN ONE TRANSVERSE PLANES
- Aerospace Standard
Published November 15, 1962 by SAE International in United States
This document specifies those requirements of a balancing machine which make it suitable for the subject class of work.
It will specify:
Accuracy of indications of amount and location of unbalance,
Ability to separate the Dynamic Unbalance into two planes and to separate Force and Couple Unbalance,
Machine capacity relating to weight and physical dimensions of the rotors which can be balanced,
Balancing speed of rotation,
Standard balancing machine drive adapter flange dimensions,
Standard shroud mounting pads,
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The SAE EG-1A Balancing committee concerns itself with all balancing methods and procedures as they relate to the interests of the aerospace industry. The group’s scope includes creating, preparing and, maintaining all relevant specifications, recommended practices, standards and, requirements for rotor balance measurement, evaluation and, correction. The SAE EG-1A committee includes OEMs, suppliers, processors, consulting firms, government, academia and others throughout both the commercial and military aerospace industries.
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