ISO 10254:1995 download free

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ISO 10254:1995 download free.Air cargo and ground equipment-Vocabulary.
ISO 10254 defines terms relating to air cargo and associated ground equipment.
NOTE — The term “weight” is used throughout this International Stanlard, instead of the cnrrect technical term “mass”, in order to conform to current commercial usage.
air cargo goods
any property carried or to be carried in an aircraft, other than mail
aircraft container
completely enclosed unit load device which interfaces directly with the aircraft cargo handling and restraint system
NOTE — See aErcraft unit load device.
aircraft envelope
inside profile of the cross section portion of an aircraft
aircraft pallet pallet
unit load device consisting of a flat platform with flat undersurface of standard dimensions on which goods are assembled and secured before being loaded as a unit on to the aircraft and which interfaces directly with the aircraft handling and restraint system
NOTE — See aircraft unit load device.
aircraft pallet net net
webbing or rope net for restraining load on to an aircraft pallet
1 It may also be used in conjunction with an igloo.
2 See aircraft unit load device.
aircraft unit load device
assembly of components comprising one of either an aircraft pallet and pallet net, an aircraft pallet and pallet net over an igloo, or an aircraft container
NOTE — Tho purpose of the unit is to enable individual pieces of cargo to be assembled into a standard-sized unit to facilitate rapid loading on to aircraft having compatible handling and restraint systems which interface directly with the unit.
airworthiness certification
document to show that an item complies with all the airworthiness requirements related to its use as laid down by the regulatory authorities for the country in which the aircraft is registered and on which the item is to be used
all-cargo aircraft
aircraft used solely for the carriage of air cargo
ancillary equipment
jigs, dollies, templates and any like equipment used to build up a palletized load or to convey an aircraft unit load device outside an aircraft
direction across the aircraft
personal property or other articles transported in connection with passengers
ball mat
horizontal surface consisting of freely rotating balls located in housings and protruding above surrounding surfaces, and used to enable omnidirectional movement of units passing over it
bottom component of a unit load device
subdivision of a unitized compartment, i.e. unit load device position
lower portion of an aircraft
belly hold
division of the lower portion of an aircraft
belt loader
vehicle-mounted powered belt conveyor with adjustable angle of elevation to convey baggage and cargo to the ground transfer vehicle from the aircraft hold, and vice versa
bulk cargo
cargo loaded as loose pieces into aircraft compartments
device for the containment of baggage cargo or mail
car rack
structural assembly purposely designed for the support and restraint of one or more cars to an aircraft pallet
cargo hold hold
space within an aircraft used for the carriage of baggage, cargo or mail, either as bulk loaded items or in ULDs
movement of goods by air or by other means
upturned wheels which are offset mounted from a vertical spindle, used to support LJLDs and to enable omnidirectional movement of ULOs
NOTE —They are similar in purpose to ball mats.
hypothetical vertical or horizontal line passing through the middle of the cross section of an aircraft or unit
approval by an appropriate authority that a component or item of equipment meets the required performance
space between the unit and the aircraft to enable it to be stowed in the aircraft without receiving or inflicting damage
collapsible container
unit capable of being disassembled to enable empty units to be stacked on or in one unit
combination aircraft combi
type of aircraft with a configuration able to carry both passengers and cargo on the main deck
space designated within a hold, which may be subdivided into bays, for ULD positions or for bulk loading
compression test
test performed on a unit or element by the application of external forces of a crushing or collapsing nature
container/pallet loader
self-powered vehicle having a prime purpose of lifting and lowering ULDs to the ground transport vehicle bed height from the aircraft loading deck level, and vice versa
NOTE — The bed of the loader is equipped with a conveyor system to enable ULDs to be transferred to and from the loader.
cross section of a particular mass, container or igloo
(unit load device) shaped with a close fit to suit the aircraft envelope and to utilize the maximum space available
convertible aircraft
aircraft type which can be converted from an all- passenger to an all-cargo carrying aircraft or vice versa
corner fittings
structural fittings at the corners of intermodal containers to facilitate the handling and securing of such units during surface transportation
corner post
vertical post located at the corner of an intermodal container, integral with the corner fittings and connecting the roof and floor structures
constant section
internal contour of an aircraft measured in a plane perpendicular to the aircraft length and excluding any tapered section of the fuselage
cube utilization
use of available volume in an aircraft
structural floor level
(aircraft having one floor onty) main deck
structural floor level
(aircraft having more than one floor) one of the levels
NOTE — These different floor levels are referred to as lower deck, main deck and upper deck starting from bottom to top.
change in shape of a unit or element resulting from the application of forces
separation of the layers of bonded materials or bonded structural elements
mass divided by volume
design gross weight
ULD design gross weight
maximum mass on which the structural design of a container is based
design load
ULD design load
static load which a container is designed to with-
design load factor
ULD design load factor
multiplying factor to take into account manufacturing and environmental variations
(unit load device) intended to be used once
permanent deformation of a unit load device or component thereof beyond its original shape
platform-type towed vehicle equipped with rollers, casters or ball mat, used to accept discharge and handle unit load devices on the ground
dynamic load test
tests to verify the capability of the unit to withstand the impacts and mobile forces imposed during ground handling and stowing in the aircraft
edge rail
outer frame on the base of a unit load device
external dimensions
extreme outside measurements, including any handles or other protrusions, on a unit load device
external volume
amount of space a unit load device occupies in an aircraft, calculated upon the external dimensions of the unit
fabricated material used in container manufacture which is made from woodpulp, straw, waste papers, or any combination thereof, pressed and held together to form a semirigid board
NOTE — It may be in solid form consisting of two or more plies glued together, or in corrugated form in which one or more fluted places are glued hetween alternate fiat facings. Both types may or may not be lined on one or both faces with laminated paper, metal foil, plastic, or kraft or similar paper.
fit check
test loading of a prototype unit to determine whether it will fit into the aircraft for which it has been designed
(aircraft) restraint rails and floor locking devices installed to hold the aircraft unit load device or bulk loaded cargo or baggage
(unit load device) any supplementary hardware (buckles, rings) on the net, and the attachment points on the pallet
flame resistant
resistant to combustion in accordance with the required airworthiness standard
floating pallet
unit load device which is positioned over more than one pallet position and is not secured by the aircraft ULD restraint system, but is secured to the aircraft structure by means of lashings to tie-down fittings
floor bearing load
intensity of loading in terms of load per unit area that is imposed on the floor
floor load
static or dynamic forces applied to the floor
floor locks
devices installed in the aircraft floor which overlap onto the aircraft unit load device base or pallet for restraint purposes
area of flat bottom surface of a non-aircraft container or piece of cargo that comes into contact with the base of an aircraft unit load device or with the compartment floor
fore and aft
longitudinal direction in relation to the aircraft
vehicle used to lift and transport loads by means of twin tines normally mounted on the front of the vehicle
forklift capability
quality of a unit of being equipped with integral
pallet or forklift entries so that it can be picked up by
a forklift
forklift pockets
apertures in a unit load device or ancillary equipment to permit the insertion of forklift tines
four-way pallet
pallet allowing forklift tine access from all four sides
acceleration due to gravity
NOTE — It is equal to 9,81 rn/s2
gross weight
total of tare weight of ULD plus payload
71ground handling
loading, unloading and servicing of the aircraft on the apron
ground support equipment
vehicles or conveying systems which service the aircraft on the ground
high density
high mass for a given volume
Identification code
alphanumeric classification which defines the type, size and structural perfomiance capability of ULDs as specified in ISO 8097
contoured shell, attached to an aircraft pallet, to facilitate loading and provide protection for its contents but requiring the addition of a pallet net to provide restraint capability
Imperial measure
an English and American method of measurement EXAMPLE— 12 if.: 1 ft
inboard side
wall of a half-size unit which faces the centreline of the aircraft
integral pallet
element forming the base of, and securely attached to, a rigid structured unit
transfer between, or use on, different types of aircraft, whether owned by the same carrier or by different carriers
transfer from one air carrier to another

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