SAE Aerospace standards are vital to the development of aircraft. With over 8,500 active Aerospace standards, SAE is the largest and most trusted Aerospace standards development organization. In fact,
Over 1,800 SAE standards are used in the development of a typical aircraft.
313 SAE standards are referenced by FAA, TSOs, ACs, FAA-STDs, and FARs and have been adopted by the U.S. Department of Defense.
Now, you can access the Aerospace content you need on the new SAE MOBILUS platform (formerly the SAE Digital Library). This new platform makes it easier than ever to find technical information to help you solve project challenges and streamline your work flow. Plus, find new content like 2D/3D CAD Models on popular parts standards, SAE ITC Engine & Airframe standards, redlined standards, and more.
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