STEERING FOR OFF-ROAD, RUBBER-TIRED MACHINES
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Other than earthmoving: except rollers and compactors
General purpose industrial
Specialized mining machinery
Paragraph 2.1 — Reference documents are updated.
Paragraph 4.3 — Paragraph added which is technically equivalent to paragraph 5.8 of ISO 5010:1992(E).
Paragraph 4.5 — (Previously 4.4) Added second sentence to clarify automatic activation. This is the same wording as originally used in SAE J53.
Paragraphs 4.4 through 4.6.3 — Renumbered to accommodate the addition of paragraph 4.3.
Paragraph 7.1 — Forwarders added to machines to be tested with load.
Paragraph 9.2 — Changed reference number in text.
Paragraphs 9.2.2, 9.3.3, 9.3.5, and 9.3.6 — The test speed is changed to 16 km/h ± 2 km/h, equivalent to ISO 5010:1992(E).
Paragraph 9.3 — Changed reference number in text.
|Ground Vehicle Standard||Turning Ability and Off Tracking - Motor Vehicles|
|Technical Paper||Small Amplitude Torsional Steering Column Dynamics on Smooth Roads: In-Vehicle Effects and Internal Sources|
Data Sets - Support Documents
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OPTC1, Personnel Protection (General)
OPTC1, Personnel Projection (General), addresses standards related to the general protection of personnel associated with the operation of off-road self-propelled work machines. This committee reports to ConAg Council through the Operator Protection Technical Advisory Group (OPTC). ConAg Council covers machines described in SAE J1116 which includes machines defined in ISO 6165, ISO 6814, and ISO 22242, and cranes defined in ISO 4301 with regards to activities supporting: • Creating consensus SAE standards, recommended practices, and information reports • Harmonizing relevant SAE documents with ISO documents • Assisting the US with the creation and maintenance of ISO standards through US TAGs o ISO/TC 127 --- Earth-moving machinery o ISO/TC 195 --- Building construction machinery and equipment o ISO/TC 23/SC 15 --- Machinery for forestry Participants in this committee include OEMs, suppliers, consulting firms, government, and others across the construction and forestry industries