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Drawing Interpretation and Standard Machining Practices, Couplings, Fittings and Hose Ends, Fluid Systems
- Aerospace Standard
Published August 15, 2013 by SAE International in United States
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This SAE Aerospace Standard(AS) provides general information for the interpretation and clarification ofengineering drawing requirements relating to the manufacture and inspection of fluid system couplings, tube fittings, and hose ends. Because it is impractical to define every minute detail of the part on the face of the drawing, this standarddescribes interpretations of dimensioning of general machining features and otherwise undefined tolerances that fall under the heading of “good shop practice”. This standard is supplemental to ASME Y14.5M-1994 and explains, defines and interprets drawing terms or practices that are not addressed by, ASME Y14.5M-1994. Unless otherwise specified in this standard, drawing interpretations contained in ASME Y14.5M-1994 shall apply.
The previous version of this document, ARP4296, has been specified on several SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) drawings. It was intended to be a requirements document, but, since it was published as an ARP document, the contents were not mandatory, only recommended. Change to an SAE Aerospace Standard will make the specified contents mandatory. Some additional figures are also being added to address fluid system component drawing requirements for radii interpretation.
|Aerospace Material Specification||Brass Forgings, Free Cutting 60Cu - 2.0Pb - 37.5Zn As Forged (M10)|
|Aerospace Standard||SLEEVE, FLARELESS TUBE FITTING, INTERNALLY SWAGED|
Data Sets - Support Documents
|Unnamed Dataset 1|
|TABLE 1||CIRCULARITY TOLERANCE|
|TABLE 2||CIRCULAR RUNOUT, EXAMPLE A|
|TABLE 3||CIRCULAR RUNOUT, EXAMPLE B|
G-3, Aerospace Couplings, Fittings, Hose, Tubing Assemblies
This Committee is responsible for developing and maintaining standards for design, test, and procurement of fluid systems part standards to improve reliability and economy. Their primary focus is on AS standards development and support of military standards. The Committee also develops ISO standards in a Subcommittee Advisory Group (SCAG) to ISO/TC 20/SC 10, and SAE-MA derivatives thereof.Structure: SAE G-3 -- Parent committee SAE G-3A -- Aerospace Couplings Subcommittee SAE G-3B -- Aerospace Fittings Subcommittee SAE G-3D -- Aerospace Hose Subcommittee SAE G-3E - Aerospace Tubing Assemblies Subcommittee U.S. SCAG to ISO/TC 20/SC 10 -- ISO standards Major projects: Support of Military Standards Reform Support of military standard conversions to MIL-PERF and MIL-DTL. Development of AS replacements for military standards designated for conversion. Establish document to list G-3 accepted replacements for replaced part standards and military back-up specifications. Development of PRI QML/QPL Development of Performance Review Institute (PRI) process for approval and surveillance of manufacturers (Qualified Manufacturer List, QML) and for approval of standard parts as qualified for use (Qualified Parts List, QPL). Development of ISO Standards, Imperial Units ISO/TC 20/SC 10 standards have typically been developed in SI units. The ISO has approved development of inch-based ISO standards to support commercial aviation. Basic design, test, and procurement specifications will be selected from military standards that are to be converted to Non-Government standard (NGS) and developed as ISO standards.
|ARP4784||PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION CRITERIA, SURFACE DEFECTS, REQUIREMENTS FOR|
|AS4266||Hole Contour, Fluid Passage, Tube Fitting|
|ASME Y14.5M||This document is not part of the subscrption.|
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