803-1957 AIEE Proposed Test Code for Aircraft Equipment Electrical Insulation

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Organization: IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
Publication Date: 22 July 1957
Status: inactive
Page(s): 1 - 8
ISBN (Online): 978-1-5044-0444-0
DOI: 10.1109/IEEESTD.1957.7438704

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The extremes of aircraft environment and rigorous reliability requirements, make special consideration of aircraft insulation testing procedure desirable. Operating temperatures, in some classes of equipment now above 260C (SOOF), are moving upward. Ambient low temperatures below -6SC (-8SF) are currently specified.Vibration conditions producing accelerations in excess of 60 G's exist. Environmental conditions which may deteriorate electrical insulation are present through a range and to a degree uncommon in the environment of non-aircraft electric equipment. These conditions have created problems which commercial insulation test procedures do not always cover adequately.

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The extremes of aircraft environment and rigorous reliability requirements, make special consideration of aircraft insulation testing procedure desirable. Operating temperatures, in some classes of equipment now above 260C (SOOF), are moving upward. Ambient low temperatures below -6SC (-8SF) are currently specified.Vibration conditions producing accelerations in excess of 60 G's exist. Environmental conditions which may deteriorate electrical insulation are present through a range and to a degree uncommon in the environment of non-aircraft electric equipment. These conditions have created problems which commercial insulation test procedures do not always cover adequately

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803-1957 - AIEE Proposed Test Code for Aircraft Equipment Electrical Insulation
July 22, 1957 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

The extremes of aircraft environment and rigorous reliability requirements, make special consideration of aircraft insulation testing procedure desirable. Operating temperatures, in some classes of equipment now above 260C (SOOF), are moving upward. Ambient low temperatures below -6SC (-8SF) are cur...

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