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Importance of Physical and Chemical Properties of Aircraft Hydraulic Fluids
- Aerospace Standard
Published October 02, 2019 by SAE International in United States
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This document discusses the relative merits of the physical and chemical properties of hydraulic fluids in relation to the aerospace hydraulic system design, and the related materials compatibility. The discussion in this report applies both to hydrocarbon and phosphate ester based aircraft hydraulic fluids. In some cases, numerical limits are suggested, but, in general, the significance and effect of a property is noted qualitatively.
A limited scope revision is required to correct a typing mistake on Page 5. MIL-PRF-87287 should be MIL-PRF-87257.
|Aerospace Standard||Aerospace Hydraulics and Actuation Lessons Learned|
|Aerospace Standard||Degradation Limits of Hydrocarbon-Based Hydraulic Fluids, MIL-PRF-5606, MIL-PRF-83282, and MIL-PRF-87257 Used in Hydraulic Test Stands|
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A6C3 is responsible for the development of standards, processes, and practices related to the hydraulic fluids used in both Commercial and Military air vehicles. The panel provides a forum for aircraft manufacturers, suppliers, airworthiness regulatory engineers and operators to exchange technical information, regulatory updates, recent technology developments, issues related to system development and in service operation and lessons learned.
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