MIL-STD 810 G Testing
MIL-STD 810 G contains materiel acquisition program planning and engineering direction for considering the influences that environmental stresses have on materiel throughout all phases of its service life. It is important to note that this document does not impose design or test specifications. Rather, it describes the environmental tailoring process that results in realistic materiel designs and test methods based on materiel system performance requirements.
Part One of MIL-STD 810 G lays out a disciplined, tailored approach for acquiring systems that will withstand the stresses of climatic, shock and vibration environments that they expect to see in their service lives.
Part Two of MIL-STD 810 G also is an integral part of the environmental tailoring process. It contains tailoring information, environmental stress data, and laboratory test methods. The environmental data contained in the methods may help, but should not be used exclusively to define environmental stresses that materiel will encounter throughout its service life. This will help engineers to tailor analyses and tests to specific materiel and its defined life cycle. It is not valid to call out all of the methods in this standard in a blanket fashion for a materiel system; nor is it valid, once a method is determined appropriate, (except for Method 528) to regard the environmental stress data, test criteria, and procedures in the method as unalterable.
Part Three provides planning guidance for realistic consideration (starting points) of climatic conditions in the research, development, test, and evaluation (RDTE) of materiel and materials used throughout their life cycles in various climatic regions throughout the world. It is intended that this and related documents will help achieve the objective of developing materiel that will perform adequately under the environmental conditions likely to be found throughout its life cycle in the areas of intended use.
Guidance and test methods of MIL-STD 810 G are intended to:
(1) Define environmental stress sequences, durations, and levels of materiel life cycles.
(2) Be used to develop analysis and test criteria tailored to the materiel and its environmental life cycle.
(3) Evaluate materiel performance when exposed to a life cycle of environmental stresses.
(4) Identify deficiencies, shortcomings, and defects in materiel design, materials, manufacturing processes, packaging techniques, and maintenance methods.
Laboratory Test Methods
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 500.5 Low Pressure (Altitude)
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 501.5 High Temperature
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 502.5 Low Temperature
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 503.5 Temperature Shock
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 504.1 Contamination by Fluids
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 505.5 Solar Radiation (Sunshine)
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 506.5 Rain
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 507.5 Humidity
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 508.6 Fungus
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 509.5 Salt Fog
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 510.5 Sand and Dust
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 511.5 Explosive Atmosphere
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 512.5 Immersion
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 513.6 Acceleration
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 514.6 Vibration
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 515.6 Acoustic Noise
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 516.6 Shock
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 517.1 Pyroshock
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 518.1 Acidic Atmosphere
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 519.6 Gunfire Shock
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 520.3 Temperature, Humidity, Vibration, and Altitude
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 521.3 Icing/Freezing Rain
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 522.1 Ballistic Shock
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 523.3 Vibro-Acoustic/Temperature
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 524 Freeze / Thaw
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 525 Time Waveform Replication
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 526 Rail Impact
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 527 Multi-Exciter
- MIL-STD 810 G Method 528 Mechanical Vibrations of Shipboard Equipment
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