Accession Number : AD0020061


Title :   SHOCK AND VIBRATION BULLETIN NO. 20.


Corporate Author : OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING) WASHINGTON DC


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/020061.pdf


Report Date : May 1953


Pagination or Media Count : 217


Abstract : Contents: Designing for shock. A status rept The compatibility of shock spectra with shock design factors Measurements of rocket thrust at frequencies up to 4000 cps Controlling shock and vibration by friction damping Type approval of guided missile container shock isolators Displacement needed in shock isolation Evaluating shock and vibration resistance in terms of laboratory test failures Forces acting on a shipping container in transit Missile reliability in jeopardy Some factors in the design of package cushioning Concepts and needs in the over-all problem for shipping missiles Simulating mile-long rapidly applied acceleration in the laboratory Theory and design of aerial camera vibration isolation and stabilization A portable 100-ft drop tester Proposed tests for escape from very high velocity aircraft Flight vibration characteristics of F-86-A5 airplane with machine guns firing Design of clock-type mechanisms to meet extreme shock and vibration requirements The development and use of a statistical accelerometer Concepts of specifications in mobile military gear Design objectives for package shock recording instrumentation Use of the energy method in the design of package cushions Shock tests against the USS ULUA (SS428) Validity of accelerated vibration testing by increasing amplitude and decreasing time of test (Not abstracted. See also AD 9513)


Descriptors :   *GUIDED MISSILES , *VIBRATION , *ACCELERATED TESTING , TEST AND EVALUATION , ACCELEROMETERS , RESISTANCE , ENERGY , DAMPING , ISOLATION , TIME , THRUST , FRICTION , SHOCK TESTS , LABORATORIES , MACHINE GUNS , AERIAL CAMERAS , MOBILE , SHOCK , RELIABILITY , SHOCK SPECTRA , CUSHIONING , ROCKETS , SHIPPING , GEARS , SHIPPING CONTAINERS , COMPATIBILITY , VIBRATION ISOLATORS , STATISTICS , THEORY , ACCELERATION , REQUIREMENTS , MEASUREMENT


Subject Categories : Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods
      Guided Missile Launching and Basing Support
      Rocket Engines


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE