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MIL-STD-810G – Part 18 (Shock) Method 516.6

MIL-STD-810G covers shock in Method 516.6. Shock is an infrequent single pulse acceleration with a narrow pulse width imparted to a device. Method 516.6 is one of the more complicated Methods comprised of 38 pages. In addition there are three Annexes:   Annex A – Statistical Considerations (8 pages) Annex… Read More

MIL-STD-810G – Part 17 (Acoustic Noise) Method 515.6

MIL-STD-810G covers Acoustic Noise Susceptibility in Method 515.6. This Method tests material’s response to very loud noise such as from a jet engine, rocket engine (think Shuttle launch) or power plant. This is not a test to determine how much noise an item generates. Method 515.6 is 8 pages with… Read More

MIL-STD-810G – Part 16 (Vibration) Method 514.6

MIL-STD-810G covers vibration in Method 514.6. This is one of more commonly applied Methods. The Method is 23 pages long plus the following annexes.   Engineering Information Annex A – 11 pages Manufacture / Maintenance Guidance Annex B – 1 page Transportation Tailoring Guidance Annex C – 23 pages Operational Tailoring… Read More

MIL-STD-810G – Part 15 (Acceleration) Method 513.5

MIL-STD-810G covers steady-state acceleration experienced by material in the service environment. The Method is used to assure material continues to operate after testing.  The Method is also used to assure the material does not become hazardous after exposure to inertial loads experienced in a crash. The method is applicable to… Read More

MIL-STD-810G – Part 14 (Immersion) Method 512.5

810G covers Emmersion or partial Emmersion in water (or salt water) of equipment. This Method is 7 pages long.   This is a rather simple Method. The goal of the tests are to check the item for leaks when submerged in water. There are two Procedures: I. Immersion or submersion II.… Read More

MIL-STD-810G – Part 13 (Explosive Atmosphere) Method 511.5

810G covers equipment operated in an Explosive Atmosphere. Method 511.5 is 8 pages long. This Method is performed to: Demonstrate the ability of materiel to operate in fuel-air explosive atmospheres without causing ignition, or Demonstrate that an explosive or burning reaction occurring within encased materiel will be contained, and will… Read More

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