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ANSI B77.1 - PASSENGER ROPEWAYS - AERIAL TRAMWAYS, AERIAL LIFTS, SURFACE LIFTS, TOWS AND CONVEYORS - SAFETY STANDARD Organization: ANSI
NPFC - MIL-T-38646 - TRUCK, LIFT, AERIAL STORES, 7000 POUND CAPACITY Organization: NPFC
NPFC - MIL-T-9720 - TRUCK, LIFT, AERIAL STORES, 3000 POUNDS CAPACITY MJ-1A AND MJ-1B Organization: NPFC
NPFC - MIL-T-83351 - TRUCK, LIFT, AERIAL STORES MHU-124/E; 3,000 POUND CAPACITY, ELECTRIC MOTOR DRIVEN Organization: NPFC
SAIA A92.3 - MANUALLY PROPELLED ELEVATING AERIAL PLATFORMS Organization: SAIA
Date: 2006-02-28
Description: The design and manufacturing requirements of this standard will apply to all aerial platforms manufactured on or after the effective date. Aerial platforms remanufactured on or after the effective date of this standard shall comply with the requirements of this standard.
NATO - STANAG 2970 - AERIAL RECOVERY EQUIPMENT AND TECHNIQUES FOR HELICOPTERS - ED 3 Organization: NATO
Date: 2011-02-28
Description: AIM The aim of this agreement is to provide standardized equipment performance requirements and recovery techniques to allow member nations to aerially lift downed helicopters and light fixed wing aircraft from remote or inaccessible sites.
SAIA A92.2 - VEHICLE-MOUNTED ELEVATING AND ROTATING AERIAL DEVICES Organization: SAIA
Date: 2015-06-26
Description: This standard relates to the following types of vehicle-mounted aerial devices: (1) Extensible boom aerial devices. (2) Aerial ladders. (3) Articulating boom aerial devices.
MSFC - NASA MPR 6430.1 - LIFTING EQUIPMENT AND OPERATIONS Organization: MSFC
Date: 2013-12-20
Description: This MPR applies to the Facilities Management Office (FMO) for overhead and gantry cranes (including top running monorail, underhung, and jib cranes), derricks, and hoists, to the program/project/user organization for special hoist-supported, personnel-lifting devices, Hydrasets, load measuring devices, hooks, slings and rigging, and jacks (this MPR only applies to jacks used to lift flight hardware or critical lifts), and to the Logistics Services Office (LSO) for mobile aerial platforms, forklifts; and mobile cranes.
SAE/TP - 2006-01-2386 - EXPERIMENTAL AND CFD ANALYSIS OF AERIAL REFUELING SYSTEM Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2006-08-29
Description: This paper outlines preliminary results of experimental and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis of a free-flight aerial refueling system, called "paradrogue." Working in close collaboration with Arizona Paradrogue Systems (APS), Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) is currently conducting a series of low-speed wind tunnel testing along with unsteady CFD simulation in order to qualitatively understand the fundamental aerodynamics of a paradrogue in simplified 2-D model.
SAE/TP - 2008-01-2243 - NIMBUS META-PLANE, A NEW AERODYNAMIC CONCEPT FOR UNMANNED HYBRID AERIAL VEHICLE APPLICATION Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2008-08-19
Description: The work attains a new hybrid concept of a light unmanned aerial vehicle, called "Nimbus", based on an inflatable lifting body which combines the characteristics and the performances of Lighter-Than-Air and Heavy- Than-Air platforms.
ASTM F1430 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR ACOUSTIC EMISSION TESTING OF INSULATED AND NON-INSULATED AERIAL PERSONNEL DEVICES WITH SUPPLEMENTAL LOAD HANDLING ATTACHMENTS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2003-09-10
Description: Equipment Not Covered - This test method does not cover any of the following equipment: Insulated aerial personnel devices without supplemental load handling attachments, Digger-derricks with platform, Cranes with platform, and Aerial devices with load-lifting capabilities located anywhere other than adjacent to the platform.
ASTM F1430/F1430M - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR ACOUSTIC EMISSION TESTING OF INSULATED AND NON-INSULATED AERIAL PERSONNEL DEVICES WITH SUPPLEMENTAL LOAD HANDLING ATTACHMENTS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-04-01
Description: Equipment Not Covered—This test method does not cover any of the following equipment: Aerial personnel devices without supplemental load handling attachments, Digger-derricks with platform, Cranes with platform, and Aerial devices with load-lifting capabilities located anywhere other than adjacent to the platform.
DIN 15020-1 - LIFTING APPLIANCES; PRINCIPLES RELATING TO ROPE DRIVES; CALCULATION AND CONSTRUCTION Organization: DIN
Date: 1974-02-01
Description: It does not apply to rope drives with friction pulley drive, to rope drives for excavators, elevators, aerial ropeways and winding engines, nor does it apply to rope drives on board ships with the exception of deck cranes.
NASA GPR 8719.1 - CERTIFICATION AND RECERTIFICATION OF LIFTING DEVICES AND EQUIPMENT Organization: NASA
Date: 2005-10-27
Description: PURPOSE This directive establishes the requirements for the Goddard Recertification Program (RECERT) to provide Center organizations with inspection, certification, recertification, and consultation of lifting devices and equipment (LDE), mobile aerial platforms (MAP), powered industrial trucks (PIT), and critical jacks (collectively, MPJ).
DS/EN 12929-2 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR CABLEWAY INSTALLATIONS DESIGNED TO CARRY PERSONS - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS - PART 2: ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR REVERSIBLE BICABLE AERIAL ROPEWAYS WITHOUT CARRIER TRUCK BRAKES Organization: DS
Date: 2015-02-13
Description: This European Standard specifies additional safety requirements for bicable reversible aerial ropeways without carrier truck brakes. This document is applicable to the various types of cableway installations and takes into account their environment.
NBN - EN 12929-2 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR CABLEWAY INSTALLATIONS DESIGNED TO CARRY PERSONS - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS - PART 2: ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR REVERSIBLE BICABLE AERIAL ROPEWAYS WITHOUT CARRIER TRUCK BRAKES Organization: NBN
Date: 2015-02-27
Description: This European Standard specifies additional safety requirements for bicable reversible aerial ropeways without carrier truck brakes. This document is applicable to the various types of cableway installations and takes into account their environment.
NBN - EN 12929-2 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR CABLEWAY INSTALLATIONS DESIGNED TO CARRY PERSONS - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS - PART 2: ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR REVERSIBLE BICABLE AERIAL ROPEWAYS WITHOUT CARRIER TRUCK BRAKES Organization: NBN
Date: 2015-02-27
Description: This European Standard specifies additional safety requirements for bicable reversible aerial ropeways without carrier truck brakes. This document is applicable to the various types of cableway installations and takes into account their environment.
CEN - EN 12929-2 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR CABLEWAY INSTALLATIONS DESIGNED TO CARRY PERSONS - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS - PART 2: ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR REVERSIBLE BICABLE AERIAL ROPEWAYS WITHOUT CARRIER TRUCK BRAKES Organization: CEN
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This European Standard specifies additional safety requirements for bicable reversible aerial ropeways without carrier truck brakes. This document is applicable to the various types of cableway installations and takes into account their environment.
DIN EN 12929-2 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR CABLEWAY INSTALLATIONS DESIGNED TO CARRY PERSONS - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS - PART 2: ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR REVERSIBLE BICABLE AERIAL ROPEWAYS WITHOUT CARRIER TRUCK BRAKES Organization: DIN
Date: 2015-05-01
Description: This European Standard specifies additional safety requirements for bicable reversible aerial ropeways without carrier truck brakes. This document is applicable to the various types of cableway installations and takes into account their environment.
MSFC - NASA MWI 6430.1 REV G - LIFTING EQUIPMENT AND OPERATIONS Organization: MSFC
Date: 2008-10-20
Description: This MWI applies to overhead and gantry cranes (including top running monorail, underhung, and jib cranes); mobile cranes; derricks; hoists; special hoist-supported, personnellifting devices; Hydra-sets; load measuring devices; hooks; slings and rigging; mobile aerial platforms; forklifts; and jacks. It does not address elevators or front-end loaders.

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