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Fluid, Aircraft Deicing/Anti-icing, Non-Newtonian (Pseudoplastic), SAE Types II, III, and IV
- Aerospace Material Specification
Published February 20, 2002 by SAE International in United States
Downloadable datasets availableAnnotation ability available
This specification covers three types of deicing/anti-icing material, each in the form of a non-Newtonian fluid.
|Technical Paper||An Advanced Alloy for Landing Gear and Aircraft Structural Applications - Aerometr® 100 Alloy|
|Aerospace Material Specification||Solid Runway Deicing/Anti-Icing Product|
Data Sets - Support Documents
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|TABLE 2||Minimum Anti-icing Performance|
|TABLE 3||Total Immersion Corrosion|
|TABLE A1||Water Spray Endurance|
|TABLE A2||High Humidity Endurance|
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The SAE G-12 Aircraft Ground Deicing committee addresses all facets of aircraft ground deicing equipment¿design, maintenance, operation, and in-service experience. It provides a focal point for the related activities of the various specialty groups and committees dealing with aircraft ground deicing. The group is comprised of eight subcommittees dedicated to creating, preparing, and maintaining all relevant specifications, standards, and requirements for aircraft ground deicing systems. These subcommittees include:G-12DF Deicing Facilities G-12HOT Hold-over Testing G-12M Methods G-12F Fluids G-12E Equipment G-12ID Ice Detection G-12T Training G-12FG Future Deicing Participants in the SAE G-12 committee include OEMs, suppliers, aircraft ground deicing equipment companies, consulting firms, government and others across the aerospace and defense industries.
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