SAE International aerospace standards

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AEROSPACE STANDARDS
Nuclear Energy Standards Cooperation
Collaborative
December 3, 2013
Bruce Mahone
Director, Washington Operations, Aerospace
SUPPORTING STANDARDS - PORTFOLIO
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SAE AEROTECH 2013
September 24-26, 2013
Palais des congrès de Montréal
The premier SAE Aerospace Conference and Exhibition
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Avionics
Environmental Systems
Integrated Vehicle Health Management
Human Factors
Maintenance
Manufacture & Assembly
Materials
Aircraft Structures
Aircraft Power
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Reliability
Propulsion
Safety
Systems Engineering
Unmanned Vehicles
Business & Economics
Aircraft Operations
Aircraft Interiors
Testing
Environmental impact
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SAE ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE
SAE Board of Directors
Performance
Review
Institute
Staff
Engineering
Meetings
Board
Technical Engineering
Standards Education
Board
Board
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Sections
Board
Membership
Services
Board
Publications
Board
Foundation
Board of
Trustees
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SAE Organisational Structure: Council Level
SAE Board of Directors
Performance
Review
Institute
Staff
ATM
Engineering Technical Engineering
Membership
Foundation
Sections
Publications
Meetings Standards Education
Services
Board of
Board
Board
Board
Board
Board
Board
Trustees
Aerospace Council
IVHM
Systems Groups
Aerospace
Council
Aero
General
Projects
Airport &
Ground
Support
Aircraft
Aero
Electronics
& Electrical
Systems
Aero
Mech &
Fluids
Systems
Aero
Propulsion
Reliability,
Maint,
Support,
Logistics
Avionics
Systems
Aerospace
Materials
Technical Standards Committees
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SAE AEROSPACE COUNCIL
Global Strategy and Oversight
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Agusta Westland
Airbus
All Nippon Airways
ATA/A4A
AVIC 1
BAE SYSTEMS
The Boeing Company
Bell Helicopter
Bombardier Aerospace
CAPE
CIRA
EADS
European Aviation Safety Agency
Embraer
Federal Aviation Administration
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Fed Ex
GE Company
Honeywell Aerospace
Lockheed Martin
Lufthansa Technik
NASA
NAVAIR
Northrop Grumman
PATS Aircraft
Pratt & Whitney
Rolls-Royce
United Aircraft Corporation
U.S. Department of Defense
Wichita State University
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FOUNDATIONS OF THE SAE AEROSPACE STANDARDS PROGRAM
SAE has a proven track record, with more than 7000 standards published to date.
SAE’s standards are recognized internationally on their own merits.
SAE has high-level support from a variety of key aerospace companies,
organisations, and government agencies.
Project
initiation
Published
Standard
SAE has a proven consensus process for the development of aerospace
standards.
SAE Technical Committees contain a wealth of industry experience
and expertise for a variety of aerospace systems, components, and
materials.
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Technical Committee Structure
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Regulations and government documents reference SAE standards to
certify aircraft before entering the market.
Example FAA TSO
Mandatory compliance
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Example FAA AC
Guidance material
Example ICAO Annex
Mandatory compliance
Example EASA ETSO
Mandatory compliance
Example EASA AMC
Guidance material
PARTNERING: SAE and NATO
SAE is an officially recognized
civilian SDO partner to NATO
Through a Technical
Cooperation Agreement(TCA),
NATO supports and adopts SAE
industry standards
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SAE IVHM STANDARDS LANDSCAPE
SAE IVHM Steering Group Oversight
HM-1 IVHM Technical Committee
IVHM Cornerstone Document ARP6803
BUSINESS
ARP6275 Cost Benefit Analysis of
IVHM Systems
ARPXXXX Guidelines for Certification
of IVHM Systems
TECHNOLOGIES
APPLICATION
ARPXXXX Architecture of an IVHM
System
ARP6212 Volcanic Ash
ARP6883 Requirements of an IVHM
System
ARP6407 Guidelines for the Design of
an IVHM System
ARPXXXX Verification & Validation of an
IVHM System
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AS5391 HUMS Accelerometer
Interface
AS5392 HUMS Rotational
System Indexing Sensor
AS5393 HUMS Blade Tracker
Interface
AS5394 HUMS Advanced
Multipoint Interface
ARP6268 Design & Online
Communication Standards for Health
Ready Components
AS5395 HUMS Data Interchange
ARPXXXX Guidelines For IVHM System
Software And Airborne Electronic Hardware
Assurance Levels
AS4138A Software Interfaces for
Ground-Based Monitoring
Systems
ARP6461 SHM RECOMMENDED PRACTICE (STRUCTURAL HEALTH MONITORING)
* Provide guidance on the implementation
* Standardize and harmonize
of SHM in aircraft applications to assist
G-11 SHM AISC worldwide understanding about
developers in specifying the
SHM (including terminology).
Main Committee
measurements, accuracy, reliability and
* Provide basic requirements to guide
other requirements of the system to be
SHM technology development.
designed.
* Review certification matters that
Executive
Board
* Provide information onManagement
structural
are relevant to SHM.
Strategy
& Oversight
maintenance practices and
provide
guidance on how SHM can be
incorporated within or as
Civil Aviation
Military Aviation
Rotorcraft
Future Groups
modifications
to
current
maintenance
Working Group
Working Group
Working Group
and airworthiness
documents.
ARP6461
ARP6245
ARPsXXXX
ARPXXXX
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AMS (MATERIALS) ADVISORY GROUP
• BAE SYSTEMS and Honeywell Aerospace provide the co-chairs of
the recently formed AMS Advisory Group.
• The Group comprises high level materials engineering managers and
• Channels additional non-US materials requirements into the AMS
• Addresses future materials standardisation strategy
• The AMS AG chair provided an update on the AMS Advisory Group
progress during the SAE Aerospace Council meeting in Montreal on
September 24th.
• A materials qualification sub-group has been formed under the
Advisory Group to analyse the risks associated with using materials
that do not require formal qualification
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SAE COUNTERFEIT PARTS AVOIDANCE
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AS5553A - AEROSPACE STANDARD
Fraudulent/Counterfeit Electronic Parts: Avoidance,
Detection, Mitigation and Disposition
Main Subjects Covered:
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Personnel Training
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Parts Availability - Covered in Appendix A •
Purchasing Process - Appendix B
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– Assessment of Suppliers
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• Supply Chain Traceability - Appendix C
• Procurement Contract Example-Appendix D
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Product Assurance-Appendix E
Material Control - Appendix F
Reporting – Appendix G
Acronyms and Abbreviations-Appendix H
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QUESTIONS?
Bruce Mahone
SAE International – Washington D.C. Office
1200 G St NW, Suite 800
Washington DC 20005
[email protected]
• Office: (202) 434-8943
• Fax:
(202) 434-8940
• Mobile: (703) 303-6225
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BACKUP
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SAE Standards Works
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All SAE technical committees use SAE standards works in the management of the
committee.
 All useful documents, drafts, minutes, roster are accessed in Standards Works
 The site is secure owing to the nature of the material
 Committee processes – initiating documents, storing data, communicating,
balloting, is streamlined to allow fast and easy time-to-market
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The Aerospace Standardisation Landscape
SDO TOTAL AEROSPACE STANDARDS
ASTM
SAE
3644
7195
AIA
1646
197
1518
RTCA
131
EUROCAE
3051
ISO/IEC
ASD-STAN
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7000+ standards
150+ committees, subcommittees,
and task groups
8000+ global participants
Civil and Military applications
addressed
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SAE Committees
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Open to all with an interest and expertise
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4 levels of membership:
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Leadership – Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary
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Member – voting duty, must attend majority of meetings
and contribute to committee
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Liaison – has access to workspace; can make technical
comments; may be involved in standards or meetings
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Mailing List – Limited access to workspace, receives
updates on standards
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SAE Standards
AS Aerospace Standards – specific performance requirements used for design
standards, parts standards, minimum performance standards, quality and other areas
conforming to broadly accepted engineering practices or specs for a material,
product, process, procedure or test method
AMS Aerospace Material Specifications – specific performance requirements for
material and process specifications
ARP Aerospace Recommended Practices – documentations of practice, procedures,
and technology that are intended as guides to standard engineering practices. May be
of a more general nature or propound data that have not yet gained broad acceptance.
AIR Aerospace Information Reports – compilations of engineering reference data,
historical information, or educational material useful to the technical community
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SAE IVHM STANDARDS INITIATIVE
AeroTech
IVHM Steering
Group
IVHM
Books
HM-1
IVHM
E-32 EHM
G-11 –
Reliability
Maintain
Support
Probabilistic
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G-11
SHM
A-5 –
Landing
Gears
A-6
Actuation
Control &
Fluid
Power
AE-5 Fuel
& Oil
Systems
AS-3 –
Fibre
Optic
E-36
Electronic
Engine
Controls
S-18
Safety
Assessment
G-18 RFID
SAE AEROSPACE STANDARDS PROGRAM TOPICS
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Metals finishes, processes, fluids
Nonferrous alloys
Carbon & Low alloy steels
Specialty steels and alloys
Corrosion & heat resistant alloys
Titanium
Beryllium
Refractory materials
Metals engineering
Elastomers
Polymers
Composite materials (fabric & resins)
Composite repair materials
Composite inspection
Composite repair techniques
Organic Coatings
Seals and Sealants
Maintenance chemicals and materials
Greases
Lubricants
Nondestructive testing and inspection
Mechanical/Electrical/Hydraulic actuators
Hydraulic fluids
Filtration
Tubing
Hydraulic components
Fuel, oil, and oxidizer systems
Pumps
Couplings, Fittings, Hose
Tubing installation
Engine starting systems
Auxiliary Power
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Nuts/Inserts
Bolts/studs/screws
Fluid connectors
Ignition systems
Emissions measurement
Engine condition monitoring
In-flight propulsion measurement
Engine controls
Support equipment and tools
Helicopter powerplants
Inlet flow distortion
Avionics networks
Aircraft store integration
Avionic subsystems
Embedded computing systems
Architecture description language
Fiber optics
Unmanned systems
Lightning
Electromagnetic compatibility
Electrical Power and equipment
Power management
Aircraft systems installation
Protective devices
Relays
Electrical connectors
Terminating Devices
Wire & cable
Safety assessment
Human Factors
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Flight Deck tools and instruments
Displays
Human modeling
Quality system standards
Fuel operations
Radio Frequency Identification
Air cargo handling
Aircraft ground equipment and systems
Aircraft servicing
Aircraft Deicing
Airport snow and ice removal
Landing gear systems
Oxygen equipment
Aircraft interior/exterior lighting
Aircraft noise measurement
Environmental systems
Aircraft icing
Safety equipment
Cabin interiors
Survival equipment
Seats
Maintainability
Probabilistic Methods
Reliability
Structural Health Monitoring and Management
Air Traffic Management
Integrated Vehicle Health Management
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Key SAE Standards Activities
Materials
Counterfeit Parts
Avoidance
Global
De-icing Council
Underwater Locator
Beacon
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Environmental
Standards
Air Data
Instruments
Human
Factors
Integrated Vehicle
Health Management &
Reliability
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SAE STANDARDS History and Future …..
1905
SAE formed in 1905 to promote safety and common practices for the emerging
automobile market.
SAE charter expanded in 1916 to incorporate aeronautics
1st SAE Aerospace Standard, 1917
7,000 + SAE Aerospace Standards
Mil-Spec Reform 1997 0nwards
SAE Aerospace Standards Europe office opened in London in 2007
2013
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Integration of Tech America and GEIA Standards Program
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