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British Standard Specifications

British Standard Specifications March, 1932 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING 71 An Up-to-date List of all the Standards Laid Down for Aircraft Materials and Components A.—Bolts , etc. 2† F 31. Hemp Cordage for Supplies Droppers. S.P.—Standar d Details 4 A 1. Bolts and Nut s (Low Tensile). (Under Revision). 2 S P 1. Shackles. 2 A 4. Test Pieces (Tensile, Bend and Notched 2† F 32. Hemp Cordage. (Under Revision). 2 S P 3. Fork Joints (Low Tensile Type). Bar) . 2 F 33. Flexible Cotton Ropes. 3 S P 4. Steel Pins. A 9. Magneto Couplings and Engine Mount­ 2 F 34. Linen Sewing Thread. S P 6. Turnbuckles. ings . 3 F 35. Flax Cordage. S P 7. Fork Joints (High Tensile Type), Add.* F 37. 18 oz. Cotton Canvas. T.—Tube s B. — Brass , Copper, etc. 2 F 38. 18 oz. Flax Canvas. T 3. 35-ton Carbon Steel Tubes. 2 B 1. High Tensile Brass Bars. F 39. Flax Tent Duck. T 2. Nickel Chrome Steel Axle Tubes. 2 B 2. Bronze (Gun-Metal) Castings. 2 F 41. Rubber-Proofed Fabric. 3 T 4. Wrought Light Aluminium Alloy Tubes. 3 B 5. Brass Sheets (Hard Rolled). F 43. Parachute Silk. T 5. 50-ton Carbon Steel Tubes. 2 B 6. Naval Brass Bars. 2 F 45. Rubber Tubing for use with Ho t Water. 3 T 7. Seamless Copper Tubes. 2 B 8. Phosphor Bronze Castings for Bearings. †F 46. Rubber Jointing Material. (Under Re­ 4 T 8. Annealed Seamless Brass Tubes. 2 B 11. Brass Bar s suitable t o be Brazed or Silver vision). 3 T 9. Aluminium Tubes. Soldered. 2 F 47. Cotton Tapes. T 14. Tempered Carbon Steel Axle Tubes. 3 B 12. Brass Sheets (Annealed). F 49. Cotton Webbing. 2 T 18. Hard drawn Seamless Brass Tubes. 2 B 13. Brass Bars (High Speed Screwing and F 50. Fuselage Webbing. T 21. Annealed Carbon Steel Tubes. Turning) . F 51. Light Elastic Cord for Parachutes, W/T T 26. Mild Steel Tubes (half hard or fully 2 B 15. Copper Sheets (Half-Hard). Instrument s and Aerial Suspensions. softened). 2 B 16. Brass Sheets (Half-Hard). F 52. Linen Reinforcement Webbing. 2 T 47. Brass Tubes for Honeycomb Type B 19. 65/35 Annealed Brass Sheets. F 53. Parachute Main Harness Webbing. Radiators . B 20. Brass Bars for Ho t Stampings and Forg- F 54. Flax Sewing Cord for Parachut e Harness ings. Brass Stampings and Forgings. V.—Timber , Glues, etc. K. — Cas t Iron B 21. White Metal (88/8/4) Ingots. (Suitable 3 V 2. Casein Cement. for Bearings). 4 K 6. Cast iron Piston Ring Pots. 3 V 3. Plywood. B 22. White Metal (92/4/4) Ingots. (Suitable 2 K 11. Iron Castings for Cylinders (Watcr- 3 V 4. Ash, Add. for Bearings). Cooled and Air-Cooled), Pistons and 3 V 5. Walnut (for use in Airscrews), Add. Valve Guides. 3 V 7. Mahogany (for use in Airscrews), Add. D.—Dop e and Ingredients V 8. Rock Elm. L. — Aluminiu m and Light Alloys 3 D 1. Methyl Ethyl Ketone. 3 V 10. Liquid and Jelly Glues. 3 L 1. Wrought Light Aluminium Alloy Bar. 3 D 3. Amyl Acetate. 2 V 11. Gelatine Glue. 3 L 3. Wrought Light Aluminium Alloy Sheets 3 D 4. Butyl Acetate. an d Strips. W. — Wires , Wire Ropes, etc. 3 D 5. Castor Oil (for Nitro Dope Coverings). 2 L 4. Aluminium Sheets (Hard). 3 W 1. High Tensile Steel Wire. 3 D 7. Benzyl Alcohol. 2 L 5. Aluminium Alloy Castings (for Crank- 4 W 2. Flexible Steel Wire Rope, Add.* 2 D 8. Nitro-ccllulosc Syrup. cases and general use), Add.* 5 W 3. Streamline Wires, Add.* 3 D 9. Alcohol. 2 L 8. 12 per cent Copper-Aluminium Alloy 3 W 6. Flexible Steel Wire Rope for Kite Balloon 3 D 10. Benzol. Castings , Add.* Cables. 2 D 11. Triacetin. 3 L 11. 7: 1 Aluminium Alloy Castings, Add.* 5 W 8. Tie Rods (Swaged), Add* 3 D 12. Triphenyl Phosphate. 2 L 16. Aluminium Sheets (Half-hard). 3 D 15. Distillation Apparatus. X. — Paint s and Varnishes 2 L 17. Aluminium Sheets (Soft). 2 D 17. Butyl Alcohol. 2 X 1. Pigmented Oil Varnish for covering L 24. "Y " Aluminium Alloy Castings. 3 D 22. Acetone. Dope d Fabric. 2 L 25. Wrought Light Aluminium Alloy Bar D 26. Yellow Ochre. 4 X 2. Oil and Petrol resisting Battleship Grey ("Y " Alloy), Add* 2 D 27. Zinc Oxide. Paint . 2 L 30. 98 pe r cen t Aluminium Notched Bars and 2 D 28. Red Oxide of Iron. 3 X 4. White Dope Resisting Paint. Ingots . 2 D 29. Identification Red. 2 X 5. Paints for Motor Transport Vehicles. 2 L 31. 99 pe r cent Aluminium Notched Bars and 2 D 30. Carbon Black. 3 X 6. Varnish for External Woodwork. Ingots . 2 D 31. Ultramarine Blue. 3 X 7. Varnish for Internal Woodwork. 2 L 32. Aluminium Bars. 2 D 32. Aluminium Powder. 2 X 8. Undcrcoating Propeller Varnish. L 34. 99 percen t Aluminium Bar s an d Sections. 2 D 50. Cellulose Acetate Add.* 3 X 9. Bituminous Paint. 4 D 100. Air Ministry Cellulose Acetate Dopes. 2 X 10. Air-drying Black Enamel. S. — Steel s 2 D 101. Properties of Aeroplane Doping Scheme. 2 X 11. Transparent Woodfiller for Propellers. 3 S 1. Bright Steel Bars. D 102. Nitro-Cellulose Dope. 2 X 12. Finishing Propeller Varnish. 2 S 2. 55-ton Alloy Steel Bars, Add* 2 D 103. Nitro Dope Coverings an Identification X 13. Protective Covering for Propellers. 2 S 3. Hot Rolled Mild Steel Sheets (for Colours. 2 X 14. Priming Varnish. Welding) . D 105. Pigmented Nitro-Ccllulose Dope. 2 X 15. Radiator Paint. 2 S 4. 5 per cent Nickel Steel Sheets (not- X 16. Undcrcoating Grey Paint. E.—Electrica l suitabl e for Welding). 2 X 17. Seaplane Varnish. 3 E 1. High Tension Electric Ignition Cables. 2 S 6. "40" Carbon Steel (Normalised). X 18. Shellac Varnish. 4 E 3. Low Tension Flexible Electric Cords and 3 S 11. 55-ton Nickel Chrome Steel. X 19. Acid Resisting Paint. Cables Add.* 2 S 14. Carbon Case-hardening Steel. X 20. White Spirit. †E 8. Accumulators. (Under Revision). 3 S 15. 3 per cent Nickel Case-hardening Steel. X 21. Turpentine. 2 E 9. Sparking Plugs and Sparking Plug Holes, Add.* X 22. Aluminium Paint. Tap s and Washers. 3 S 20. Tinned Steel Sheets. X 25. Paint for Pipe Lines. E 10. Small Bayonet Cap Lampholder. 2 S 21. "20 " Carbon Steel. Copies can be obtained from the Publications 2 E 12. Electric Incandescent Lamps for Aircraft. 3 S 24. Bright Steel Bars for Keys. Department, British Standards Institution, 28, 2 S 28. Air-hardening Nickel-Chrome Steel. F. — Fabric , etc. Victoria Street, London, S.W.1. Price 6d. each. S 61. High Chromium Steel (Non-corroding)— 5 F 1. 4 oz. Linen Fabric and Tapes. 35 Tons. Th e following Specifications relating to Aircraft 3 F 7. Rubber Tubing for use with Petrol, S 62. High Chromium Steel (Non-corroding)— Material s and Components may also be obtained:— Benzole, Paraffin and Lubricating Oils. 46 Tons. B.S.S. No. Price Tost free 4 F 8. Mercerised Cotton Aeroplane Fabric S 65. 65-ton Nickel Chrome Steel. 28-1932 Dimensions of Black Bolts and (Grade I). Nuts, Lock-nuts and Washers ... 2/- 2/2 S 67. 5 per cent Nickel Case-hardening Steel, F 13. Manilla Hemp Ropes for Tents and 83-1922. Standard of Reference for Dope and Add.* Protective Covering ... ... 2/- 2/2 Hangars . S 68. 16 per cent Tungsten Steel. 88-1919. Magnetos ... ... ... ... 2/- 2/2 F 14. Italian Hemp Ropes for Tents and S 69. 3½ per cent Nickel Steel. 87——— Airscrew Hubs and their Fixings— Hangars . 87 (Part 1) 1931. Airscrew Hubs 2/- 2-2 S 70. "55 " Carbon Steel (Normalised). 87 (Part 2) 1931. Engine Flange 2† F 15. Hemp Lines an d Ropes for Kite Balloons. S 71. "30" Carbon Steel (Normalised). Fixings... ... ... ... 2/- 2/2 (Under Revision). S 76. "40" Carbon Steel (Hardened and 121-1923. Motor and Aviation Spirit ... 2/- 2/2 3 F 16. Rubber Shock Absorber Cord. 135-1921. benzol for Motor Fuel ... ... (Under Revision) Tempered) . 185-1923. Glossary of Aeronautical Terms ... 5/- 5/5 2 F 29. Italian Hemp Rope (Plaited). S 77. "30" Carbon Steel (Hardened and 5030-1925. Calibration of Carburettor Jets for 2 F 30. Cotton Breaking Cord for Supplies Tempered) . Aircraft and Automobile Engines 2/- 2/2 Droppers . S 79. "55 " Carbon Steel (Hardened and NOTE.—D.T.D. (Directorate of Technical Development) Specifica­ Tempered) . * " Add " signifies that an Addendum, Corrigendum or Revision tions are not issued by the British Standards Institution; applica­ S 80. High Chromium Steel (Non-corroding)— lip is issued with this Specification. tion for these should be addressed to the Director of Publications, † Specifications marked "Under Revision" are not available. H.M. Stationery Office, Adastral House, Kingsway, W.C.2. 55 Tons. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology Emerald Publishing

British Standard Specifications

Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology , Volume 4 (3): 1 – Mar 1, 1932

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March, 1932 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING 71 An Up-to-date List of all the Standards Laid Down for Aircraft Materials and Components A.—Bolts , etc. 2† F 31. Hemp Cordage for Supplies Droppers. S.P.—Standar d Details 4 A 1. Bolts and Nut s (Low Tensile). (Under Revision). 2 S P 1. Shackles. 2 A 4. Test Pieces (Tensile, Bend and Notched 2† F 32. Hemp Cordage. (Under Revision). 2 S P 3. Fork Joints (Low Tensile Type). Bar) . 2 F 33. Flexible Cotton Ropes. 3 S P 4. Steel Pins. A 9. Magneto Couplings and Engine Mount­ 2 F 34. Linen Sewing Thread. S P 6. Turnbuckles. ings . 3 F 35. Flax Cordage. S P 7. Fork Joints (High Tensile Type), Add.* F 37. 18 oz. Cotton Canvas. T.—Tube s B. — Brass , Copper, etc. 2 F 38. 18 oz. Flax Canvas. T 3. 35-ton Carbon Steel Tubes. 2 B 1. High Tensile Brass Bars. F 39. Flax Tent Duck. T 2. Nickel Chrome Steel Axle Tubes. 2 B 2. Bronze (Gun-Metal) Castings. 2 F 41. Rubber-Proofed Fabric. 3 T 4. Wrought Light Aluminium Alloy Tubes. 3 B 5. Brass Sheets (Hard Rolled). F 43. Parachute Silk. T 5. 50-ton Carbon Steel Tubes. 2 B 6. Naval Brass Bars. 2 F 45. Rubber Tubing for use with Ho t Water. 3 T 7. Seamless Copper Tubes. 2 B 8. Phosphor Bronze Castings for Bearings. †F 46. Rubber Jointing Material. (Under Re­ 4 T 8. Annealed Seamless Brass Tubes. 2 B 11. Brass Bar s suitable t o be Brazed or Silver vision). 3 T 9. Aluminium Tubes. Soldered. 2 F 47. Cotton Tapes. T 14. Tempered Carbon Steel Axle Tubes. 3 B 12. Brass Sheets (Annealed). F 49. Cotton Webbing. 2 T 18. Hard drawn Seamless Brass Tubes. 2 B 13. Brass Bars (High Speed Screwing and F 50. Fuselage Webbing. T 21. Annealed Carbon Steel Tubes. Turning) . F 51. Light Elastic Cord for Parachutes, W/T T 26. Mild Steel Tubes (half hard or fully 2 B 15. Copper Sheets (Half-Hard). Instrument s and Aerial Suspensions. softened). 2 B 16. Brass Sheets (Half-Hard). F 52. Linen Reinforcement Webbing. 2 T 47. Brass Tubes for Honeycomb Type B 19. 65/35 Annealed Brass Sheets. F 53. Parachute Main Harness Webbing. Radiators . B 20. Brass Bars for Ho t Stampings and Forg- F 54. Flax Sewing Cord for Parachut e Harness ings. Brass Stampings and Forgings. V.—Timber , Glues, etc. K. — Cas t Iron B 21. White Metal (88/8/4) Ingots. (Suitable 3 V 2. Casein Cement. for Bearings). 4 K 6. Cast iron Piston Ring Pots. 3 V 3. Plywood. B 22. White Metal (92/4/4) Ingots. (Suitable 2 K 11. Iron Castings for Cylinders (Watcr- 3 V 4. Ash, Add. for Bearings). Cooled and Air-Cooled), Pistons and 3 V 5. Walnut (for use in Airscrews), Add. Valve Guides. 3 V 7. Mahogany (for use in Airscrews), Add. D.—Dop e and Ingredients V 8. Rock Elm. L. — Aluminiu m and Light Alloys 3 D 1. Methyl Ethyl Ketone. 3 V 10. Liquid and Jelly Glues. 3 L 1. Wrought Light Aluminium Alloy Bar. 3 D 3. Amyl Acetate. 2 V 11. Gelatine Glue. 3 L 3. Wrought Light Aluminium Alloy Sheets 3 D 4. Butyl Acetate. an d Strips. W. — Wires , Wire Ropes, etc. 3 D 5. Castor Oil (for Nitro Dope Coverings). 2 L 4. Aluminium Sheets (Hard). 3 W 1. High Tensile Steel Wire. 3 D 7. Benzyl Alcohol. 2 L 5. Aluminium Alloy Castings (for Crank- 4 W 2. Flexible Steel Wire Rope, Add.* 2 D 8. Nitro-ccllulosc Syrup. cases and general use), Add.* 5 W 3. Streamline Wires, Add.* 3 D 9. Alcohol. 2 L 8. 12 per cent Copper-Aluminium Alloy 3 W 6. Flexible Steel Wire Rope for Kite Balloon 3 D 10. Benzol. Castings , Add.* Cables. 2 D 11. Triacetin. 3 L 11. 7: 1 Aluminium Alloy Castings, Add.* 5 W 8. Tie Rods (Swaged), Add* 3 D 12. Triphenyl Phosphate. 2 L 16. Aluminium Sheets (Half-hard). 3 D 15. Distillation Apparatus. X. — Paint s and Varnishes 2 L 17. Aluminium Sheets (Soft). 2 D 17. Butyl Alcohol. 2 X 1. Pigmented Oil Varnish for covering L 24. "Y " Aluminium Alloy Castings. 3 D 22. Acetone. Dope d Fabric. 2 L 25. Wrought Light Aluminium Alloy Bar D 26. Yellow Ochre. 4 X 2. Oil and Petrol resisting Battleship Grey ("Y " Alloy), Add* 2 D 27. Zinc Oxide. Paint . 2 L 30. 98 pe r cen t Aluminium Notched Bars and 2 D 28. Red Oxide of Iron. 3 X 4. White Dope Resisting Paint. Ingots . 2 D 29. Identification Red. 2 X 5. Paints for Motor Transport Vehicles. 2 L 31. 99 pe r cent Aluminium Notched Bars and 2 D 30. Carbon Black. 3 X 6. Varnish for External Woodwork. Ingots . 2 D 31. Ultramarine Blue. 3 X 7. Varnish for Internal Woodwork. 2 L 32. Aluminium Bars. 2 D 32. Aluminium Powder. 2 X 8. Undcrcoating Propeller Varnish. L 34. 99 percen t Aluminium Bar s an d Sections. 2 D 50. Cellulose Acetate Add.* 3 X 9. Bituminous Paint. 4 D 100. Air Ministry Cellulose Acetate Dopes. 2 X 10. Air-drying Black Enamel. S. — Steel s 2 D 101. Properties of Aeroplane Doping Scheme. 2 X 11. Transparent Woodfiller for Propellers. 3 S 1. Bright Steel Bars. D 102. Nitro-Cellulose Dope. 2 X 12. Finishing Propeller Varnish. 2 S 2. 55-ton Alloy Steel Bars, Add* 2 D 103. Nitro Dope Coverings an Identification X 13. Protective Covering for Propellers. 2 S 3. Hot Rolled Mild Steel Sheets (for Colours. 2 X 14. Priming Varnish. Welding) . D 105. Pigmented Nitro-Ccllulose Dope. 2 X 15. Radiator Paint. 2 S 4. 5 per cent Nickel Steel Sheets (not- X 16. Undcrcoating Grey Paint. E.—Electrica l suitabl e for Welding). 2 X 17. Seaplane Varnish. 3 E 1. High Tension Electric Ignition Cables. 2 S 6. "40" Carbon Steel (Normalised). X 18. Shellac Varnish. 4 E 3. Low Tension Flexible Electric Cords and 3 S 11. 55-ton Nickel Chrome Steel. X 19. Acid Resisting Paint. Cables Add.* 2 S 14. Carbon Case-hardening Steel. X 20. White Spirit. †E 8. Accumulators. (Under Revision). 3 S 15. 3 per cent Nickel Case-hardening Steel. X 21. Turpentine. 2 E 9. Sparking Plugs and Sparking Plug Holes, Add.* X 22. Aluminium Paint. Tap s and Washers. 3 S 20. Tinned Steel Sheets. X 25. Paint for Pipe Lines. E 10. Small Bayonet Cap Lampholder. 2 S 21. "20 " Carbon Steel. Copies can be obtained from the Publications 2 E 12. Electric Incandescent Lamps for Aircraft. 3 S 24. Bright Steel Bars for Keys. Department, British Standards Institution, 28, 2 S 28. Air-hardening Nickel-Chrome Steel. F. — Fabric , etc. Victoria Street, London, S.W.1. Price 6d. each. S 61. High Chromium Steel (Non-corroding)— 5 F 1. 4 oz. Linen Fabric and Tapes. 35 Tons. Th e following Specifications relating to Aircraft 3 F 7. Rubber Tubing for use with Petrol, S 62. High Chromium Steel (Non-corroding)— Material s and Components may also be obtained:— Benzole, Paraffin and Lubricating Oils. 46 Tons. B.S.S. No. Price Tost free 4 F 8. Mercerised Cotton Aeroplane Fabric S 65. 65-ton Nickel Chrome Steel. 28-1932 Dimensions of Black Bolts and (Grade I). Nuts, Lock-nuts and Washers ... 2/- 2/2 S 67. 5 per cent Nickel Case-hardening Steel, F 13. Manilla Hemp Ropes for Tents and 83-1922. Standard of Reference for Dope and Add.* Protective Covering ... ... 2/- 2/2 Hangars . S 68. 16 per cent Tungsten Steel. 88-1919. Magnetos ... ... ... ... 2/- 2/2 F 14. Italian Hemp Ropes for Tents and S 69. 3½ per cent Nickel Steel. 87——— Airscrew Hubs and their Fixings— Hangars . 87 (Part 1) 1931. Airscrew Hubs 2/- 2-2 S 70. "55 " Carbon Steel (Normalised). 87 (Part 2) 1931. Engine Flange 2† F 15. Hemp Lines an d Ropes for Kite Balloons. S 71. "30" Carbon Steel (Normalised). Fixings... ... ... ... 2/- 2/2 (Under Revision). S 76. "40" Carbon Steel (Hardened and 121-1923. Motor and Aviation Spirit ... 2/- 2/2 3 F 16. Rubber Shock Absorber Cord. 135-1921. benzol for Motor Fuel ... ... (Under Revision) Tempered) . 185-1923. Glossary of Aeronautical Terms ... 5/- 5/5 2 F 29. Italian Hemp Rope (Plaited). S 77. "30" Carbon Steel (Hardened and 5030-1925. Calibration of Carburettor Jets for 2 F 30. Cotton Breaking Cord for Supplies Tempered) . Aircraft and Automobile Engines 2/- 2/2 Droppers . S 79. "55 " Carbon Steel (Hardened and NOTE.—D.T.D. (Directorate of Technical Development) Specifica­ Tempered) . * " Add " signifies that an Addendum, Corrigendum or Revision tions are not issued by the British Standards Institution; applica­ S 80. High Chromium Steel (Non-corroding)— lip is issued with this Specification. tion for these should be addressed to the Director of Publications, † Specifications marked "Under Revision" are not available. H.M. Stationery Office, Adastral House, Kingsway, W.C.2. 55 Tons.

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Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace TechnologyEmerald Publishing

Published: Mar 1, 1932

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