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GMSA EMS.ME.1521 - METALLIC FUEL TANKS MANUFACTURED BY ROLLER SEAM WELDING - DO NOT USE ON NEW PROGRAMS; NO REPLACEMENT Organization: GMSA
Date: 2011-06-01
SAE PAPER 2011-01-0009 - CRASH PERFORMANCE SIMULATION OF A MULTILAYER THERMOPLASTIC FUEL TANK WITH MANUFACTURING AND ASSEMBLY CONSIDERATION Organization: SAE
NPFC - MIL-DTL-5578 - TANKS, FUEL, AIRCRAFT, SELF-SEALING Organization: NPFC
Date: 2008-08-08
Description: A tank consists of a cell or group of cells interconnected and the components attached directly thereto, to form a complete tank or reservoir. Self-sealing fuel tanks manufactured under this specification are intended for use in aircraft as a means of carrying aircraft fuel including aromatic constituents under all prescribed operating conditions and as a means of preventing, under gunfire conditions specified herein, an excessive loss of fuel.
NAVISTAR - TMS 9555 - QUALITY REQUIREMENTS FOR FUEL TANKS Organization: NAVISTAR
Date: 2013-08-01
Description: Metal fuel tanks consist of a center section with end-caps, fill-pipe, and flanges or spuds suitable for the installation of all fittings.
ISO TS 15869 - GASEOUS HYDROGEN AND HYDROGEN BLENDS — LAND VEHICLE FUEL TANKS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2009-02-01
Description: This International Standard applies to the following types of fuel tank designs: — Type 1: metal fuel tanks; — Type 2: hoop-wrapped composite fuel tanks with a metal liner; — Type 3: fully wrapped composite fuel tanks with a metal liner; — Type 4: fully wrapped composite fuel tanks with no metal liner.
ISO DIS 15869 - GASEOUS HYDROGEN AND HYDROGEN BLENDS — LAND VEHICLE FUEL TANKS Organization: ISO
Date: 2011-07-07
Description: This Standard applies to the following types of fuel tank designs: — Type 1 – all - metal fuel tank; — Type 2 – hoop wrapped fuel tank with a load sharing metal liner and composite reinforcement on the cylindrical part only; — Type 3 – fully wrapped fuel tank with a load sharing metal liner and composite reinforcement on both the cylindrical part and dome ends; — Type 4 – fully wrapped fuel tank with a non-load sharing liner and composite reinforcement in both the cylindrical part and dome ends.
NBN - EN 13616 - OVERFILL PREVENTION DEVICES FOR STATIC TANKS FOR LIQUID PETROLEUM FUELS Organization: NBN
Date: 2004-08-31
Description: This standard specifies the minimum performance and construction requirements for various types of overfill prevention devices which are limited to static tanks of shop fabricated manufacture both metallic and non metallic. It covers devices for underground tanks and also above ground tanks with a maximum height of 5 m.
NBN - EN 13616 - OVERFILL PREVENTION DEVICES FOR STATIC TANKS FOR LIQUID PETROLEUM FUELS Organization: NBN
Date: 2004-08-31
Description: This standard specifies the minimum performance and construction requirements for various types of overfill prevention devices which are limited to static tanks of shop fabricated manufacture both metallic and non metallic. It covers devices for underground tanks and also above ground tanks with a maximum height of 5 m.
DSF/PREN 13616 - OVERFILL PREVENTION DEVICES FOR STATIC TANKS FOR LIQUID PETROLEUM FUELS Organization: DS
Description: This standard specifies the minimum performance and construction requirements for various types of overfill prevention devices which are limited to static tanks of shop fabricated manufacture both metallic and non metallic. It covers devices for underground tanks and also above ground tanks with a maximum height of 5 m.
EUROCAE ER 002 - POLICY GUIDANCE FOR FUEL TANK STRUCTURAL LIGHTNING PROTECTION POLICY Organization: EUROCAE
Date: 2010-02-01
Description: OVERVIEW Background The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently released policy memo ANM-112- 08-002 on the fuel tank safety provisions of Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) 25.981(a)(3), as amended by Amendment 25-102, for lightning protection of fuel tank structure.
UL - 2583 BULLETIN - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR FUEL TANK ACCESSORIES Organization: UL
Date: 2011-07-15
Description: These products are intended for use with storage tanks or fueling systems containing automotive fuels under the expected use conditions and exposures that have similar chemical, physical and material compatibility properties as represented in these requirements.
ASME B31.2 - FUEL GAS PIPING Organization: ASME
Date: 1968-01-01
Description: (b) Fuel gas piping systems in petroleum refineries, loading terminals, natural gas processing plants, bulk plants, compounding plants, or refinery tank farms, etc. within the scope of USAS B31.3. (c) Fuel gas piping in power and atomic energy plants, within the scope of USAS B31.1.
GMW16833 - FUEL FILLER HOSE - ISSUE 1; ENGLISH Organization: GMW
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: This specification covers three (3) types of hose, and two (2) constructions of hose, 12.7 mm diameter, and larger, coupled and uncoupled, for use with gasoline, oil, or diesel fuel in automotive fuel systems. Drawing callouts not referencing a hose construction are assumed to be referencing Construction 1.
NFPA - 407 - STANDARD FOR AIRCRAFT FUEL SERVICING - EFFECTIVE DATE: 06/02/2016 Organization: NFPA
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: This standard does not apply to any of the following: (1) In-flight fueling (2) Fuel servicing of flying boats or amphibious aircraft on water (3) Draining or filling of aircraft fuel tanks incidental to aircraft fuel system maintenance operations or manufacturing This document is not intended to be used as the sole standard for design, construction, operation, and maintenance of fuel storage and transfer facilities, as it does not address requirements for environmental protection, fuel quality, or other issues not directly related to fire safety.
DS/EN 13352 - SPECIFICATION FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF AUTOMATIC TANK CONTENTS GAUGES Organization: DS
Date: 2012-04-20
Description: This European Standard specifies the minimum performance requirements for various classes of automatic tank gauges which are limited to static tanks of shop fabricated manufacture both metallic and non metallic, underground and above ground which do not exceed 5 m in height.
NBN - EN 13352 - SPECIFICATION FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF AUTOMATIC TANK CONTENTS GAUGES Organization: NBN
Date: 2012-04-20
Description: This European Standard specifies the minimum performance requirements for various classes of automatic tank gauges which are limited to static tanks of shop fabricated manufacture both metallic and non metallic, underground and above ground which do not exceed 5 m in height.
NBN - EN 13352 - SPECIFICATION FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF AUTOMATIC TANK CONTENTS GAUGES Organization: NBN
Date: 2012-04-20
Description: This European Standard specifies the minimum performance requirements for various classes of automatic tank gauges which are limited to static tanks of shop fabricated manufacture both metallic and non metallic, underground and above ground which do not exceed 5 m in height.
CEN - EN 13352 - SPECIFICATION FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF AUTOMATIC TANK CONTENTS GAUGES Organization: CEN
Date: 2012-03-01
Description: This European Standard specifies the minimum performance requirements for various classes of automatic tank gauges which are limited to static tanks of shop fabricated manufacture both metallic and non metallic, underground and above ground which do not exceed 5 m in height.
SNV - SN EN 13352 - SPECIFICATION FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF AUTOMATIC TANK CONTENTS GAUGES Organization: SNV
Date: 2012-06-01
Description: This European Standard specifies the minimum performance requirements for various classes of automatic tank gauges which are limited to static tanks of shop fabricated manufacture both metallic and non metallic, underground and above ground which do not exceed 5 m in height.
ICAO 9977 - MANUAL ON CIVIL AVIATION JET FUEL SUPPLY - FIRST EDITION Organization: ICAO
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: A primary purpose is to mitigate the threats to aviation fuel quality and to ensure the safe delivery of fuel into aircraft fuel tanks (into-plane).

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