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SAE J1781/HIR 1694

Materials for Fluid Systems of Marine Vehicles

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Organization: SAE
Publication Date: 1 December 1982
Status: inactive
Page Count: 17
scope:

1. Scope--The scope of this HIR is to delineate groups of materials for which there is considerable fabrication and operating experience in the sea water environment. In addition, some of the more promising materials for possible future applications are covered.

1.1 Purpose--The purpose of this Hydrospace Information Report (HIR) is to define materials for use in fluid systems of marine vehicles, including submersibles and advanced surface craft.

This report is more particularly directed to the designer of fluid power and piping systems on board marine vehicles.

1.2 Classification--Material selection should be based on evaluation of properties as affected by the marine environment. See Table 1.

Document History

November 1, 2006
Ship Systems and Equipment – Materials for Fluid Systems
The scope of this Recommended Practice is to delineate groups of materials for which there is considerable fabrication and operating experience in the sea water environment. In addition, some of the...
November 1, 2006
(R) Ship Systems and Equipment – Materials for Fluid Systems
The scope of this Recommended Practice is to delineate groups of materials for which there is considerable fabrication and operating experience in the sea water environment. In addition, some of the...
SAE J1781/HIR 1694
December 1, 1982
Materials for Fluid Systems of Marine Vehicles
1. Scope--The scope of this HIR is to delineate groups of materials for which there is considerable fabrication and operating experience in the sea water environment. In addition, some of the more...

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