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  • Low Outgassing Accelerometers and Cables for Thermal Vacuum and Vibration Test Environments
    and obscure them, rendering them useless during their intended application. During random vibration, swept sine or shock testing prior to flight, spacecraft payloads are. often fitted with accelerometers in hard to reach mounting locations. As the space structure is. built up around them, it can
  • Navy Shock Testing
    Hoffer Flow Controls is proud to announce the successful conclusion to extensive Shock and Vibration Testing conducted on our HO2 & 4-inch Flowmeters and our HIT-2A Totalizers. Hoffer Flow Controls is the only Military Shock and Vibe qualified provider of Turbine Flowmeters in the world. Northrup
  • Shock Response Spectrum Analysis
    forces. Nevertheless, the SRS analysis method continues to grow in popularity with vibration test labs and analytical organizations. The method is even gaining in popularity for steady state vibration applications as well as transients. NASA routinely applies the method for evaluating the severity
  • What's the Difference Between Dynamic Tests and Climatic Tests?
    of dynamic tests are vibration and shock testing.
  • Package Performance Testing Conundrum: Solved!
    hazards (e.g., shock, vibration, or compression) inherent to the transport and distribution of products to the end-user. The testing performed on the interior packaging after the 'conditioning' identifies whether the package system passes or fails. The pass-fail criterion (e.g., package leakage, loss
  • Making Lithium-ion Batteries Meet MIL-STD-810 (.pdf)
    and freezing rain), humidity, fungus, salt fog for rust testing, sand and dust exposure; leakage, acceleration, shock and vibration. MIL-STD-810 is typically specified for military products, but commercial products will commonly reference aspects of MIL-STD-810 as well. Custom batteries can be built
  • Particle Impact Noise Detection (PIND)
    a device or product undergoing a simulated vibration or shock test
  • Accelerometer Mounting Considerations
    An accelerometer is an instrument that senses the motion of a surface to which it is attached, producing an electrical output signal precisely analogous to that motion. The ability to couple motion, (in the form of vibration or shock), to the accelerometer with high fidelity, is highly dependent

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