BS AU 226:1988, ISO 7648:1987 - Specification for nominal dimensions and tolerances of flywheel housings for reciprocating internal combustion engines

BS AU 226:1988, ISO 7648:1987

Specification for nominal dimensions and tolerances of flywheel housings for reciprocating internal combustion engines

Status : Current   Published : August 1988

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Excludes engines for passenger cars and aircraft.




Standard NumberBS AU 226:1988, ISO 7648:1987
TitleSpecification for nominal dimensions and tolerances of flywheel housings for reciprocating internal combustion engines
StatusCurrent
Publication Date31 August 1988
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsISO 7648:1987
Draft Superseded By82/79772 DC
DescriptorsFlywheels, Inertial parts, Reciprocating engines, Road vehicle components, Internal combustion engines, Vehicle components, Engine components, Dimensions, Dimensional tolerances, Bolts, Screws (bolts), Screwed fittings, Size, Holes, Spaced, Size coding, Measurement characteristics, Tolerances (measurement), Road vehicle engineering, Threads, Fitment bores, Depth, Flanges, Bearings, Eccentric, Testing conditions
ICS43.060.10
Title in FrenchDimensions nominales et tolérances des carters de volant moteur pour moteurs alternatifs à combustion interne. Spécifications
Title in GermanSchwungradgehaeuse fuer Verbrennungsmotoren; Nennmasse und Toleranzen
CommitteeAUE/13
ISBN0 580 16727 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages14
File Size496.8 KB
Price£110.00


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