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NATO - AFLP-2947

TECHNICAL CRITERIA FOR A CLOSECIRCUIT REFUELING SYSTEM

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Organization: NATO
Publication Date: 30 November 2016
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Page Count: 24
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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

The closed-circuit refueling system is intended for use on rotary wing aircraft not requiring the full provisions of STANAG 3105 because of limited fuel capacities. It shall be designed for fueling under pressure with optimum speed, minimum loss of fuel, and a high degree of safety.

The main parts for a closed-circuit refueling system will be a refueling nozzle and a receiver mounted in the aircraft fuel system.

The closed-circuit refueling system must also have the ability for performing conventional open port or gravity fill dispensing of fuel and refueling with the engines running.

Document History

AFLP-2947
November 30, 2016
TECHNICAL CRITERIA FOR A CLOSECIRCUIT REFUELING SYSTEM
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS The closed-circuit refueling system is intended for use on rotary wing aircraft not requiring the full provisions of STANAG 3105 because of limited fuel capacities. It shall be...

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