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SAE Aircraft Seat Committee Magnesium Working Group. International Aircraft Materials Fire Test Working Group Boeing Seattle, Washington March 3 & 4, 2010 Bruce Gwynne – VP Divisional Strategic Development. Magnesium Usage in Aircraft Cabins - Regulations.
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SAE Aircraft Seat Committee Magnesium Working Group International Aircraft Materials Fire Test Working Group Boeing Seattle, Washington March 3 & 4, 2010 Bruce Gwynne – VP Divisional Strategic Development

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Magnesium Usage in Aircraft Cabins - Regulations SAE International Aerospace Standard – AS8049 "Execution Standard for Seats in Civil Rotorcraft, Transport Aircraft and General Aviation" Para 3.3.3 "Magnesium amalgams might not be utilized." SAE Aircraft Seat Committee: Custodian of Standard AS8049 FAA Position Statement – "Utilization of Magnesium in Airplane Cabins" " FAA has had a few late request in regards to the utilization of magnesium in plane lodges. In particular, magnesium alloys...in situate structure" "FAA\'s focal concern...is combustibility" "FAA...to be convinced...level of security not decreased" "Magnesium is right now the subject of an assignment aggregate." "FAA...research in this area...would likely incorporate full-scale testing ." FAA – TSO-C127, Rotorcraft and Transport Airplane Seating Systems

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Magnesium Usage in Aircraft Cabins - SAE Aircraft Seat Committee , Tucson January 22 - 24, 2008 Questions for SAE Aircraft Seat Committee: Changing AS8049 How would we change the dialect in AS8049 forbidding Mg? What system for changing the standard: planned correction? Could TSO-C127 slight Para 3.3.3 by special case? Para 3.3.3 depends on guess, hypothesis, no accord of cause, attempted to be combustibility. Can a SAE Standard exist without verifying information move down? Could we shape a Magnesium Working Group?

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Magnesium Usage in Aircraft Cabins - Regulations SAE - Magnesium Working Group Formed First meeting January 20, 2010 Two issues: 1) Para 3.3.3 limitation of magnesium, AS8049 modification 2) Need for outline criteria, best practice SAE is industry amass, sets up industry measures. Reception by FAA is not mandatory. AS8049 Five year booked update now due. Wouldn\'t we be able to simply take out the \'no magnesium\' section? No! White paper asked for in type of Aerospace Information Report (AIR) AIR to contain points of interest of combustibility testing and results. Flow in panel for input and feedback. Reason for change to AS8049. Adjustments to AS8049 go to board of trustees for balloting process. Process can take up to two years!

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Magnesium Usage in Aircraft Cabins - Regulations SAE - Magnesium Working Group Design Criteria Request for magnesium outline points of interest, do\'s and don\'ts. Aviation Recommended Practices (ARP) report arrange. Address different compounds, details, mechanical/physical properties, combustibility contemplations. Additionally consumption avoidance, joining, machining, reusing, and so on. Questions for FAA Does TSO – C127 need to determine Para 3.3.3? More catalyst course to expelling Magnesium disallowance? Instrument/handle for evolving TSO? SAE – Aircraft Seat Committee, next meeting: May 25 - 27, 2010 San Francisco

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The End Thank you for your kind consideration Magnesium Elektron Mg in Aerospace

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