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Tape and Sheet, Adhesive, Rubber and Cork Composition
- Aerospace Material Specification
Published September 01, 1998 by SAE International in United States
Downloadable datasets availableAnnotation ability available
This specification covers one type of tape and sheet for use in the installation of windshields, panels, and windows in cabins and cockpits of aircraft.
|Aerospace Material Specification||Advanced Composites Prepreg – Nominal 250 °F Cure – 12K Tow Carbon Fiber and Epoxy Resin, Plain Weave Fabric|
|Aerospace Material Specification||Inspection Process, Magnetic Rubber|
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Data Sets - Support Documents
|[Unnamed Dataset 1]|
|TABLE IA||Tolerances, Inch/Pound Units, Tape/Sheet|
|TABLE IB||Width Tape|
|TABLE II||Sheet Size|
|TABLE III||Physical properties|
|TABLE IV||Examination of component materials|
|TABLE V||Defects in appearance and workmanship|
|TABLE VI||Defects in construction|
|TABLE VII||Defects in dimensions|
|TABLE VIII||Preparation for delivery|
|TABLE IX||Quality conformance tests|
|[Unnamed Dataset 12]|
|[Unnamed Dataset 13]|
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