SAE STANDARDS SUCCESS STORIES

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SAE Aerospace Standards
Success Stories
KEY PRINCIPLES OF THE SAE AEROSPACE STANDARDS PROGRAM
SAE has a proven track record, with more than 8,400 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.
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initiation
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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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Agusta Westland
Airbus
Airbus Group
All Nippon Airways
A4A
AVIC
BAE Systems
The Boeing Company
Bell Helicopter
Bombardier Aerospace
CAPE
CIRA
COMAC
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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SAE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE: COUNCIL LEVEL
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ONE FORUM, ONE STANDARD
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SAE AEROSPACE COUNCIL ORGANISATION CHART
http://www.sae.org/standardsdev/aerospace/2014_aerochart.pdf
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SAE STANDARDS SUCCESS STORIES
Aerospace
Materials
Counterfeit Parts
Avoidance
Crash Investigation
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Environmental
Standards
Aerospace
Quality
Systems
Aircraft/Systems
Design &
Development
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SAE STANDARDS SUCCESS STORIES – QUALITY
Details
Number: AS9100C
Title: Quality Management Systems –
Requirements for Aviation, Space and
Defense Organizations
Technical Committee:
SAE G-14/International Aerospace Quality Group
First Published: 1999; Current Revision: C (2009)
Rationale
Impact
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Other points of Interest
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Develop a requirements standard for quality
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management systems addressing the requirements •
of the aerospace and defence industries
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Satisfy “other party” supplier quality requirements
15,089 facilities accredited to
AS91XX standards in 73
countries in OASIS database
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The globally utilized QMS standard for aerospace &
defence
Basis for quality assurance accreditation required
for design & manufacturing supplier contracts
Major industry managed quality accreditation
scheme
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Based on ISO9001 QMS
Quality requirements standards for maintenance
organisations (AS9110) and distributors
(AS9120)
Suite of supporting standards, guidance and
training material developed by IAQG
SAE-hosted OASIS Database shows all facilities
currently accredited to the IAQG standards
SAE STANDARDS SUCCESS STORIES – COUNTERFEIT
Details
Number: AS5553A
Title: Fraudulent/Counterfeit Electronic Parts;
Avoidance, Detection, Mitigation
and Disposition
Technical Committee:
SAE G-19CI Counterfeit Electronic Parts
Impact
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First Published: 2009: Current Revision: A (2013)
Rationale
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Provide a risk-based set of requirements for all
organisations that procure and/or integrate
electronic parts
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Other points of Interest
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To be flowed down entire global supply chain using
EEE parts
Revision led by European
industry experts and military
agencies
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Adopted by NASA and US Department of
Defense
Wide global acceptance
Revised to address and meet global
requirements, considerations and needs
Applies to aerospace and any high-reliability
sector
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AS5553 has led to a suite of standards
addressing fraudulent/counterfeit parts, including
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AS6081 for unauthorized distributors
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ARP6178 supplier risk checklist
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AS6174 for non-EEE materiel
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AS6462 verification criteria to AS5553
Activity is underway to establish a formal audit &
accreditation scheme to AS5553
SAE STANDARDS SUCCESS STORIES – AIRCRAFT DESIGN
Details
Number: ARP4754A
Title: Guidelines for Development of
Civil Aircraft and Systems
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Technical Committee:
SAE S-18 Aircraft & Systems Development And
Safety Assessment Committee
Referenced across EASA and FAA
regulations including EASA CS-25
AMC 25.1309 System Design and
Analysis
First Published: 1996; Current Revision: A (2010)
Rationale
Other points of Interest
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Address the development of aircraft systems taking •
into account the overall aircraft operating
environment and functions.
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Provide guidance on the validation of requirements
and verification of the design implementation for
certification and product assurance
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Globally recognized and used guidance for
aircraft and systems development and
certification
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Counterpart document is ARP4761 which
provides guidance on and tools for performing
the safety assessment for certification of civil
aircraft
ARP4754A Developed jointly with EUROCAE
WG-63
Gap Analysis on suitability of ARP4754A to meet
Safely Management Systems performed
SAE STANDARDS SUCCESS STORIES – FDR LOCATION
Details
Number: AS8045A
Title: Minimum Performance Standard for
Underwater Locating Devices (Acoustic)
Technical Committee:
SAE A-4ULD (Aircraft Instruments – ULD)
Impact
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Revision requested by FAA via tasking letter
Includes an increase of the minimum operating life
from 30 days to 90 days and updates to the
environmental testing
Range increased from 1km to 40km
First Published: 1988; Current Revision: A (2011)
Rationale
Other points of Interest
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Provides minimum performance standards for
Aircraft OEMs, device manufacturers, regulatory
Underwater Locator Devices utilized in finding flight •
agencies and accident investigator input into
data recorders, cockpit voice recorders or aircraft.
standard
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Expected reference in regulation in 2013
Input from Accident
Investigation Agencies
BEA – France
AAIB – UK
NTSB – USA
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SAE STANDARDS SUCCESS STORIES – MATERIALS
Details
Impact
Number: AMS2750E
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First industry standard to bring together individual
company requirements and processes for
pyrometry of metals
The cornerstone of the Nadcap AC7102
Heat Treatment accreditation
Title: Pyrometry
Technical Committee:
SAE AMS B Finishes Processes And Fluids Committee
First Published: 1980
Current Revision: E (2012)
Rationale
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1,008 facilities accredited to
Nadcap Heat Treatment in
38 countries and
4 continents
The specification covers pyrometric
requirements for thermal processing equipment
used for heat treatment.
Covers temperature sensors, instrumentation,
thermal processing equipment, system accuracy
tests, and temperature uniformity surveys.
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Other points of Interest
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Maturity increases with each revision
Developed in SAE AMEC (Aerospace Materials
Engineering Committee) for complex metallic
processes
AS2750/1 Pyrometry for Composites underway
SAE STANDARDS SUCCESS STORIES – ENVIRONMENT
Details
Number: AS6271
Title:
Halocarbon Clean Agent Hand-Held Fire Extinguisher
Impact
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Standard requested by EASA via formal
tasking letter
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Intent to be referenced in EASA ETSO
Technical Committee:
SAE S-9 Cabin Safety Provisions Committee
Addresses Annex VII of Regulation (EC)
2037/2000 and ICAO Assembly
Resolutions A36-12, 33-1 on mandated
replacement of halon
First Published: 2013
Rationale
Other points of Interest
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Establishes minimum requirements for
halocarbon clean agent hand-held fire
extinguishers carried on board civil aircraft.
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The requirements include: design, performance,
environmental and occupant safety concerns.
Developed in dedicated Fire Extinguishing task
group features expertise from:
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EASA
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FAA
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Global suppliers, OEMs and MROs
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AS6272 Automatic Fire Extinguisher for Trash
Receptacles in progress
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