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    MINIMUM OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION FOR GROUND ICE DETECTION SYSTEMS

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Withdrawn date:  28-08-2007

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-2003

    Publisher:  SAE International

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    1 SCOPE
      1.1 Applications of This Document
      1.2 Functional Description of System
          1.2.1 Onboard GIDS
          1.2.2 Ground-Based GIDS
      1.3 Composition of a GIDS
    2 REFERENCES
      2.1 Applicable Documents
      2.1.1 SAE Publications
          2.1.2 EUROCAE/RTCA or EUROCAE/SAE Publications
          2.1.3 JAA/FAA Requirements, Regulations
          2.1.4 Transport Canada Regulations
          2.1.5 CEN/IEC/ISO Publications
          2.1.6 ARINC Documents
          2.1.7 MIL Documents
          2.1.8 Weather Related Documents
      2.2 Definitions and Abbreviations
          2.2.1 Definitions
          2.2.2 Abbreviations
    3 GENERAL DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
      3.1 Introduction
      3.2 Airworthiness and Operational Requirements
          3.2.1 Onboard GIDS
          3.2.2 Ground-Based GIDS
      3.3 Complex Hardware and Software Design
          3.3.1 Onboard GIDS
          3.3.2 Ground-Based GIDS
      3.4 Technical Requirements
          3.4.1 Materials
          3.4.2 Workmanship
          3.4.3 Electrical Bonding and Grounding
          3.4.4 Interchangeability
          3.4.5 Marking
      3.5 Minimum Structural Requirements
          3.5.1 Exposure During Normal Operations
          3.5.2 Foreign Object Damage (FOR)
      3.6 Human Factors
          3.6.1 Hazards
          3.6.2 Displays
      3.7 Safety Requirements
          3.7.1 Design for Safely
          3.7.2 Failure Analysis
          3.7.3 Detection Reliability
      3.8 GIDS Operation
          3.8.1 GIDS Controls
          3.8.2 Data Processing
          3.8.3 Onboard GIDS Activation
          3.8.4 Built In Test Equipment (BITE)
          3.8.5 Nuisance Alarms
          3.8.6 Operating Weather Conditions
      3.9 Qualification Tests
          3.9.1 Responsibility for Testing
          3.9.2 Test Article
          3.9.3 Effects of Tests
      3.10 Reports and Declarations
          3.10.1 Summary Test Report
          3.10.2 Substantiating Test Data/Analysis
          3.10.3 Operating Procedures
          3.10.4 Declarations
      4 MINIMUM PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION
      4.1 Frozen Contamination Detection
          4.1.1 Detection Threshold
          4.1.2 Frozen Contamination Above the Detection Threshold
      4.2 Fluid Condition Monitoring
      4.3 Monitored Surface Finish and GIDS Performance
    5 MINIMUM PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION UNDER ENVIRONMENTAL TEST
      CONDITIONS
      5.1 Introduction
      5.2 Testing
      5.3 Onboard GIDS
      5.4 Ground-Based GIDS
    6 TEST PROCEDURES
      6.1 General
          6.1.1 Test Plan, Procedures and Reports
          6.1.2 Power Input Voltage
          6.1.3 Power Input Frequency
          6.1.4 Ambient Conditions
          6.1.5 Warm-up Period
          6.1.6 Test Procedures
      6.2 Detection Indication
      6.3 Detailed Test Procedures
          6.3.1 Frozen Contamination Detection
          6.3.2 Fluid Condition Monitoring
          6.3.3 Area Detection and Visibility Tests for Remote GIDS
    7 INSTALLED EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE
      7.1 Introduction
          7.1.1 Test Plan, Procedures and Reports
      7.2 Installed Equipment Requirements
          7.2.1 General
          7.2.2 Technical
      7.3 Installed Equipment Performance
          7.3.1 Onboard GIGS
          7.3.2 Ground-Based GIDS
      7.4 Conditions of Test
          7.4.1 Safety Precautions
          7.4.2 Power Input
          7.4.3 Associated Equipment and Systems
          7.4.4 Environment
          7 4 5 Warm-up period
      7.5 Test Procedures for Installed Equipment Performance
          7.5.1 General
          7.5.2 Ground Test/Procedure
          7.5.3 Flight Test/Procedure
    APPENDIX A
    APPENDIX B

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    Specifies minimum performance requirements of Ground Ice Detection Systems (GIDS). These systems may be mounted onboard the airplane, or be ground-based. Also provides information for indication and/or control.

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    Committee G-12
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher SAE International
    Status Withdrawn

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    ARINC 403 : 1955 GUIDANCE FOR DESIGNERS OF AIRBORNE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
    SAE AMS 1424 : 2016 FLUID, AIRCRAFT DEICING/ANTI-ICING, SAE TYPE 1
    SAE AMS 1428 : 2017 FLUID, AIRCRAFT DEICING/ANTI-ICING, NON-NEWTONIAN, (PSEUDOPLASTIC), SAE TYPES 2, 3 AND 4
    RTCA DO 178 : C2011 SOFTWARE CONSIDERATIONS IN AIRBORNE SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT CERTIFICATION
    ISO 11077:2014 Aircraft ground equipment De-icers Functional requirements
    EN 50020:2002 ELECTRICAL APPARATUS FOR POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES - INTRINSIC SAFETY 'I'
    SAE ARP 4754 : 2010 GUIDELINES FOR DEVELOPMENT OF CIVIL AIRCRAFT AND SYSTEMS
    SAE J 1211 : 2012 HANDBOOK FOR ROBUSTNESS VALIDATION OF AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC MODULES
    RTCA DO 254 : 2000 DESIGN ASSURANCE GUIDANCE FOR AIRBORNE ELECTRONIC HARDWARE
    SAE ARP 4761 : 1996 GUIDELINES AND METHODS FOR CONDUCTION THE SAFETY ASSESSMENT PROCESS ON CIVIL AIRBORNE SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT
    IEC 60079-11:2011 Explosive atmospheres - Part 11: Equipment protection by intrinsic safety "i"
    SAE AIR 4367 : 2012 AIRCRAFT INFLIGHT ICE DETECTORS AND ICING RATE MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
    SAE ARP 4737 : 2008 AIRCRAFT DEICING/ANTI-ICING METHODS
    EN 50081-2 : 1993 ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY - GENERIC EMISSION STANDARD - INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENT
    SAE ARP 798 : 2012 DESIGN CRITERIA FOR WHITE INCANDESCENT LIGHTED AEROSPACE INSTRUMENTS
    SAE ARP 582 : 2012 LIGHTING, INTEGRAL, FOR AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTS: CRITERIA FOR DESIGN OF RED INCANDESCENT LIGHTED INSTRUMENTS
    ARINC 408A : 1976 AIR TRANSPORT INDICATOR CASES AND MOUNTING
    MIL STD 1472 : G HUMAN ENGINEERING
    RTCA DO 216 : 1993 MINIMUM GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR GROUND-BASED ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
    SAE ARP 4102/8 : 1998 FLIGHT DECK HEAD-UP DISPLAYS
    EN 50082-2 : 95 AC 95 ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY - GENERIC IMMUNITY STANDARD - INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENT
    EN 12312-6:2017 Aircraft ground support equipment - Specific requirements - Part 6: Deicers and de-icing/anti-icing equipment
    SAE ARP 4102/7 : 1988 ELECTRONIC DISPLAYS
    SAE AS 8034 : 2011 MINIMUM PERFORMANCE STANDARD FOR AIRBORNE MULTIPURPOSE ELECTRONIC DISPLAYS
    SAE ARP 4256 : 2001 DESIGN OBJECTIVES FOR LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAYS FOR PART 25 (TRANSPORT) AIRCRAFT
    SAE ARP 4102 : 1988 FLIGHT DECK PANELS, CONTROLS, AND DISPLAYS
    ARINC 415 : LATEST OPERATIONAL/TECHNICAL GUIDELINES ON FAILURE WARNING & FUNCTIONAL TEST
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