SRS in Defence Applications and Replacement for MIL-STD-901D Introduction: Equipment designed for defence applications are usually required to pass tests to ensure that they do not fail when subjected to mechanical shocks that could be encountered in trans...
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This is the 1st of a 2 part series explaining the various types of shock testing and SRS (Shock Response Spectrum). Part 2 will cover SRS in defence applications as a replacement for MIL-STD-901D. Shock Response Spectrum (SRS) Testing ? part 1 Introductio...
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