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Jaguar Cars & Land Rover - Engineering Standards

Title: Performance Requirements Of Acoustical and Thermal Assemblies

Standard: STJLR.51.5021 Issue: 1 Date: July 2009 Page 1 of 8

INDEX
A Index B Scope C Object D Review E Related Documents F Standard Requirements for Production Materials G General Requirements H Sample Requirements I Performance Requirements Z Change History Appendix: Test Requirement Matrix

SCOPE
This specification applies to materials used as thermal and / or acoustical insulators used in interior, luggage compartment, engine compartment and underbody applications.

OBJECT
To define test methods and associated acceptance criteria for materials and multi-material systems that are used in thermal and / or acoustical (absorption / barrier) applications.

REVIEW
This document is to be reviewed at least every three years from the date of the last review or update.

RELATED DOCUMENTS
ASTM C 518 ASTM D 896 ASTM D 3574 ASTM D 5733 ASTM D 5034 ISO 1856 ISO 3795 SAE J 369 SAE J 1352 SAE J 1361 SAE J 1389 SAE J 1756 SAE J 2302 VDE 0471 Pt 2 TPJLR.52.058 TPJLR.52.458 TPJLR.52.351 TPJLR.52.352 TPJLR.52.353 TPJLR.52.104 WSS M99P2222-A1

STANDARD REQUIREMENTS FOR PRODUCTION MATERIALS


Material suppliers and part producers must conform to the company's 'Standard Requirements for Production Materials' (STJLR. 51.5226). See standard for conditioning and test conditions.

This document is approved for use by both Jaguar Cars and Land Rover.
Prepared by: Steve Webber Materials Engineering Authorised by: Andrew Haggie Manager, Materials Engineering

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Title: Performance Requirements Of Acoustical and Thermal Assemblies

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G 1.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Composition and Construction The composition and construction (as agreed with the supplier) of parts approved to this standard shall be specified on the relevant engineering drawing. Identification All parts shall be identified with the manufacturer's reference and batch number and the appropriate Jaguar Land Rover part number. Dimensions and tolerances The dimensions and tolerances of the component shall be as specified on the relevant engineering drawing. Finished Parts In addition to the referenced minimum requirements, production assemblies must withstand handling during shipping, installation, use and service, without breaking or permanently deforming. Storage Components shall be capable of meeting the requirements of this standard. Additionally, they shall perform satisfactorily in service following storage in a clean dry area in temperatures ranging from 5 C to 30 C and away from direct sunlight and solvent vapours. The method of storage shall be agreed between the supplier and JLR Purchasing and Stores departments. Service Conditions When used for the intended application, the material must be capable of performing satisfactorily under all service conditions likely to be encountered. This includes a wide range of humidity and temperatures from 40 C up to the maximum in-service temperature (maximum temperature can be >150 C for certain applications). Vehicle Interior Environmental Quality All materials/components located in the passenger cabin, load space and air filtration system, shall comply with the requirements of WSS-M99P2222-A1 "Vehicle Interior Environment Quality Material / Component Requirements". It is the material supplier's responsibility to ensure the material complies. The supplier shall arrange testing to WSS-M99P2222-A1. SAMPLE REQUIREMENTS Wherever possible, production intent assemblies and components shall be used for evaluation purposes. If this is not possible representative sections of material may be used after prior approval from JLR Materials Engineering.

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PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
The insulation material must meet all of the requirements listed in Tables 1 and 2. Additionally thermal assemblies must meet the requirements listed in Table 3.

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Table 1: Mechanical Testing
No. 1 Test Tensile Strength (Specific values to be quoted on the Engineering Drawing)

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Method

Requirement
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ASTM D 5034 Speed of testing 25 mm/minute; distance between clamps at beginning of test should be 100 mm.

10 N/cm min

Change After Humidity Age (TPJLR.52.351, 72 hrs) o Change After Heat Age (TPJLR.52.352 / 130 C, 500 hrs) o Change After Water Immersion (48 h in distilled water at 23 C) 2 Compression and Recovery (Padding and foam materials only)

- 30% max - 30% max - 30% max Compression < 70% of original thickness. Recovery > 65% of compressed distance.

SAE J 1352 35 kg Load

Compression Set (Foam materials only) Tear Strength - Non-woven materials - Foam materials

ISO 1856 Method A or ASTM D 3574 Test D

50 % max

ASTM D 5733 15 N/cm min ASTM D 3574, Test F TPJLR.52.058 Adhesion of the cover material shall exceed the cohesive strength of the fabric substrate.

Peel Strength (Interior, Laminate materials only)

Peel Strength (Engine Bay, Laminate materials only)

TPJLR.52.058 Samples are cut to 250 mm lengths and immersed for 30 mins in fluids quoted in test no. 7
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Table 2: Physical Testing


No. 7 Test Fluid Resistance De-ionized Water 3% Salt Solution Engine Oil (ASTM Oil IRM 903) Brake fluid (DOT4 (SAE J1703)) Sulfuric acid (2.5% by weight in distilled water) Long life coolant (50%) Transmission fluid Screen Wash Ethanol Based (100%) Power Steering Fluid 8 Accelerated Environmental Ageing TPJLR.52.353 Method ASTM D 896 Samples immersed for 4 hours. Requirement No discoloration, delamination, swelling, softening, tackiness or other detrimental effect greater than that agreed in writing between the supplier and Materials Engineering.

There shall be no visual evidence of distortion. Discoloration, delamination, cracking, crazing, tackiness and other detrimental effects are also not permitted.

Heat Ageing 500 Hrs at the specified in-service temperature.

TPJLR.52.352

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Odour

TPJLR.52.458

Rating 2 max

11

Fogging

SAE J1756, 3 h at 100 C heating and 21 C cooling plate, post test conditioning 1 and 16 h) STJLR 51.5229

70 min No formation of clear film, droplets or crystals.

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Environmental Quality Requirements (Interior parts only)

See detail in STJLR 51.5229

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Table 2: Physical Testing cont'd


No. 13 14 Test Moisture Absorption Resistance To Mildew Method Method Required TPJLR.52.351 (7 days) Requirement 30% Max The material shall exhibit no visible evidence of mildew growth and/or objectionable odour. No sign of cracking or delamination of the foil laminate.

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Low Temperature Flexibility (Laminate materials only) Flammability - Interior Parts

Condition at -40 C for 5 h and then wrap part around a mandrel of 13 mm diameter.

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SAE J369 or ISO 3795

Burn Rate, max 80 mm/minute

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Flammability - Engine Bay / Underbody Parts SAE J369 or ISO 3795

Burn Rate, SE 10 seconds Burn Rate (Sample Temp. 150 C), SE 20 seconds The flame must extinguish within the specified time after the ignition flame is removed and must not glow or smolder. Does Not Ignite

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Flammability - Engine Bay Corrosiveness To Steel

VDE 0471 Part 2 / IEC 695 Part 2-1 o Hot Wire: 750 C SAE J1389

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Rating 4 min

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Table 3: Thermal Testing


No. 20 Test Thermal Properties Method Requirement The surface of the part/material being protected shall not reach its maximum use temperature when tested at the maximum vehicle use temperature as determined from applicable vehicle tests.

Thermal Conductivity, Floor Heat Insulation (Interior acoustical and thermal insulators)

ASTM C 518, C 177 SAE J1361 (2hrs) Test at the maximum vehicle floor pan temperature (without throw in mats) as determined from floor heat mapping studies conducted by the Ford heat management team. SAE J2302

Report Value (W/M/K) Max 60 C on the top surface of floor systems

Thermal Sleeve Heat Insulation

Report results

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CHANGE HISTORY Issue 1 Date May 09 Description of Change


First issue replacing WSS-M99P32-B

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Appendix: Test Applicability Matrix
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Test Description Tensile Strength Compression and Recovery Compression Set Tear Strength Peel Strength Peel Strength Fluid Resistance Accelerated Environmental Ageing Heat Ageing Odour Fogging Environmental Quality Requirements Moisture Absorption Resistance To Mildew Low Temperature Flexibility Flammability Flammability Flammability (Hot Wire) Corrosiveness To Steel Thermal Properties x x x x x x x x x x x

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Interior x x x x x

Area Of The Vehicle Luggage Comp't Engine Bay x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

Underbody x x X x

x x x x

x x x

x x

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