Refine Your Search

Search Results

Viewing 1 to 5 of 5
Standard

Powerplant Fire Test Boundary Conditions

2019-07-08
WIP
AS6826/4
This document lists the minimum set of boundary conditions, for both on-ground and in-flight operational states, that must be considered when defining the test setup and test procedures for a fire test when the testing is to be conducted in accordance with FAA AC 20-135, and provides a methodology for determining the values associated with those boundary conditions.
Standard

Powerplant Fire Test Flame Calibration Guidance

2019-07-08
WIP
AS6826/2
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) provides standard methods for testing main engine and auxiliary power unit installations to demonstrate fireproofness or fire resistance. This document details the instrumentation required and the procedures to be followed to determine the calibration parameters of the flame to be used during the fire test.
Standard

Fire Test Results Assessment

2019-06-10
WIP
AIR6828
The aviation industry created this information report to provide a means for evaluation of fire test anomalies such as post-test burning and back-side burning during fire tests of powerplant components and nacelles.
Standard

Fire Test Pass-Fail Criteria

2019-06-10
WIP
AS6826/3
Powerplant and propulsion system components are required to carry a satisfactory level of fire resistance. The fire resistance requirements are defined in various FAA publications. This document provides typical pass/fail criteria for powerplant and propulsion system components that are certified by fire tests.
Standard

Powerplant Fire Test Standard

2019-04-29
WIP
AS6826
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) provides standard methods for testing main engine and auxiliary power unit installations to demonstrate fireproofness or fire resistance. The standard addresses: • test equipment, instrumentation, and calibration; • test boundary conditions and test setup; • test pass/fail criteria
X