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13.2.8 Sand and Dust
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Design Considerations There are some climates where sand and dust are prevalent, and even in hangar environments there may be dust. Sand is usually encountered in desert climates where damage and erosion may occur, particularly if encountered as a sand storm. Sand is usually encountered close to the ground because of the mass of the particles and will predominantly affect components such as landing gear, wheels, brakes.
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Test Considerations MIL-STD-810: Method 510 Sand and Dust the small particle dust (< 149 micro m) procedures are performed to help evaluate the ability of materiel to resist the effects of dust that may obstruct opening, penetrate into cracks, crevices, bearings and joints, and to evaluate the effectiveness of lters. The blowing sand (150 850 m) procedures are performed to help evaluate if materiel can be stored and operated under blowing sand conditions without degrading performance, effectiveness, reliability and maintainability due to abrasion (erosion) or clogging effects of large, sharp edged particles. Alternative Standards: Def Stan 07-55, Part 2, Sect 4/1.
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13.2.9 Explosive Atmosphere
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Design Considerations There may be situations where equipment is mounted in bays that may ll with an explosive mixture of vapour and air. This is most likely to be as the result of a prior failure, for example a ruptured hydraulic component leaking hydraulic uid into a bay. If such an event occurs then an arcing switch contact could ignite the vapour. If equipment is likely to be mounted in such a location then consideration must be given to sealing the equipment or any components likely to cause arcs or sparks. For ground equipment or test equipment used in, on or near an aircraft in an enclosed hangar it may be necessary to consult ATEX European Directive 94/9/EC [9].
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Test Considerations MIL-STD-810: Method 511 Explosive Atmosphere Demonstrate the ability of the materiel to operate in fuel-air explosive atmospheres without causing ignition or Demonstrate that an explosive or burning reaction occurring within encased equipment will be contained and will not propagate outside the test item Alternative Standards: BS3G100, Part 2, Sub 3.5; RTCA/DO160C, Section 9.
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Design Considerations To test the unit under test to ensure that it will survive accelerations due to operation during in ight or during transit. Identical units located at different locations around the airframe need to take account of the installation orientation of the equipment since the acceleration is not the same in all aircraft axes or all locations.
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Test Considerations MIL-STD-810: Method 513 Acceleration to assure that materiel can structurally withstand the g forces that are expected to be induced by acceleration in the service environment and function without degradation during and following exposure to these forces.
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13.2.11 Immersion
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Design Considerations In some instances it may be essential that equipment continues to perform when immersed, for example sonobuoy locator beacons and crew survival equipment. In such cases it is necessary to specify an immersion test.
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Test Considerations Method 512 Leakage (Immersion) to determine if the materiel can: withstand immersion or partial immersion (e.g. fording) in water and operate as required during or following immersion resist unacceptable amounts of penetration of water into an enclosure
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13.2.12 Vibration
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Design Considerations All equipment is subject to vibration coupled into the mountings from the airframe. This vibration can, in turn, be coupled into circuit cards and components leading to fractures of wiring, connector pins and circuit boards. The effects are more severe if resonant modes occur. Typical considerations are: Vibration encountered in normal operation 3-axis vibration that can be randomly or continuously applied: sinusoidal vibration at xed frequencies and directions speci c vibration regimes as determined by the aircraft zone in which equipment is installed Gun re vibration in ghter aircraft and attack helicopters Anti-vibration mountings in certain installations Flexible equipment racks Test Considerations MIL-STD-810: Method 514 Vibration vibration tests are performed to: Develop materiel to function in and withstand the vibration exposure of a life cycle including synergistic effects of other environmental factors, materiel duty cycle and maintenance; combine the guidance of this method with the guidance of Pt1 and other methods to account for environmental synergism Verify that materiel will function in and withstand the vibration exposures of a life cycle Alternative Standards: BS3G100, Part 2, Section 3, Sub 3.1; RTCA/DO160C Para 8.6.2. MIL-STD-810: Method 519 Gun re Vibration to replicate the materiel response to a gun re environment that is incurred by materiel during the speci ed operational conditions. For a representative energy of vibration the distance from the gun muzzle needs to be measured and stated in the test requirement.
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