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Author: American National Standards Institute
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Publisher: Amer Inst of Aeronautics & (March 1, 2001)
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Recommended Practice: Parts Management (AIAA Standards) by American National Standards Institute

Approved XX Month 2015 American National Standards Institute Abstract Mass properties control is a critical aspect of space system development. The AIAA Standards Procedures dictate that all approved Standards, Recommended Practices, and Guides are advisory only. Their use by anyone engaged in industry or trade is entirely voluntary. There is no agreement to adhere to any AIAA standards publication and no commitment to conform to or be guided by standards reports. ANSI/AIAA S-120A-2015. Mass Properties Database a data management system used to record and manage the mass properties data records of a space system and its constituent parts. Mass Reserve mass allowance defined and retained by the customer or program management for potential out-of-scope changes or any other unforeseen mass impacts.

Its dedication to managing industry standards allows AIAA to support the continued enhancement of aerospace industry-wide efficiency and productivity. In addition to its primary focus on aerospace standards, AIAA also administers two space-related subcommittees of the International Organization of Standardization. For an overview of Standards activities, visit: AIAA Standards Quarterly. AIAA Publishes the Following Types of Documents: Standard: A document establishing engineering and technical requirements and the inclusion of provisions necessary to verify compliance. Recommended Practice: Authoritative engineering and technical data that may evolve to a standard through industry application and acceptance.

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Home Standards Library Standards Detail. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). List your products or services on Engineering360. This Recommended Practice is a collection of techniques for managing parts programs. It addresses the preferred program elements adopted by the aerospace industry (military, civil, and commercial) for parts management. The approaches cover electrical, electronic, and electromechanical (EEE) and mechanical parts. This document is written in general terms as a baseline for implementing a parts management program. It may be cited as a baseline within a statement of work and/or for assessing proposals and contractor performance. Dropped objects include hand tools, instrumentation, small parts, structural components, and other items that have to be transferred and used at heights. The standard does not address passive preventative solutions such as netting, barricades, and toe boards, nor does it address protective solutions dropped objects that minimize damage from falling objects including head protection, foot protection, and eye protection. AIAA American Institute of Aeronautics and. Astronautics. 12700 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 200 Reston, VA 20191-5807 Phone: (703) 264-7546 Web: ww. iaa. ANS American Nuclear Society. 555 North Kensington Avenue La Grange Park, IL 60526 Phone: (708) 579-8268 Fax: (708) 579-8248 Web: ww. ns.

The American National Standards Institute does not develop standards and will in no circumstances give an interpretation of any American National Standard. Moreover, no person shall have the right or authority to issue an interpretation of an American National Standard in the name of the American National Standards Institute. Requests for interpretations should be addressed to the secretariat or sponsor whose name appears on the title page of this standard. The AIAA Standards Procedures provide that all approved Standards, Recommended Practices, and Guides are advisory only. Many scientists made contributions to the three parts of the CIRA models. They are detailed in references ., ., and .

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This AIAA standard establishes a parts management approach that is consistent with today's business environment. This Recommended Practice, as viewed by industry and government, is a shift in business philosophy from a controlled approach to a performance-based process. The dynamic growth of the commercial market for electronic parts as well as corresponding decrease in aerospace and defence has caused the government and industry to seek alternative methods of managing parts. To develop a solution to this complex problem, industry and government teamed to develop this Recommended Practice for mitigating potential problems/risks. The result of this team effort is a non-government standard (NGS) on Parts Management. The basic strategy employed by this document is to understand and manage risk as early as possible in program life cycle.