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MIL-V-81995/1(AS)
25 June 1980
MILITARY SPECIFICATION SHEET
VALVE, STARTER CONTROL,
AIRCRAFT ENGINE, FOR T56 ENGINE
This specification is approved for use by the Naval Air
Systems Command, Department of the Navy, and is avail-
able for use by all Apartments and Agencies of the
Department of Defense.
The  complete requirements for procuring the starter control valve described
here in shall consist of this document and the latest issue of Specification
MIL- -81995.
REQUIREMENTS:
Envelope:
Figure 1
Weight:
8.0 lb maximum
AircraftModel:
P-3
Engine Model: T56
Inlet Air Conditions:
Rated Pressure:
98 psia
Rated Temperature:
545F (285C)
Maximum Pressure:
150 psia
800F (427C)
Max imum Temperature:
125 psia
Maximum Engine Interbleed Pressure:
Minimum Pressure:
16 psig
Regulating Pressure:  35.0
2.5 psig at inlet pressures to 135
psig at airflows from 50 lb/rein to 200 lb/rein.
Flow:  The flow rate for all test conditions shall be limited by a
10 lb/min
fixed orifice or nozzle which will produce an airflow of 100
0.5 in Hg abs and 345
at orifice and nozzle inlet conditions of 100
10F (174
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