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ISO 22181:2021

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Aerospace fluid systems and components — Variable displacement hydraulic motors — General specifications

This document establishes the general requirements for variable displacement uni-directional and bi-directional hydraulic motors, suitable for use in aircraft hydraulic systems at pressures up to 35 000 kPa (5 000 psi).

These requirements include:

— design requirements;

— test requirements.

Primary and secondary function motors (see Clause 4) are covered in this document; however, actuators with internal rotation angle limits and low-speed motors are not covered.

This document is intended to be used in conjunction with the detail specification that is particular to each application.

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