Accession Number : AD0450443


Title :   PROCEEDINGS OF THE NINTH CONFERENCE ON THE DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS IN ARMY RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING, CONDUCTED AT DIRECTORATE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT U. S. ARMY MISSILE COMMAND REDSTONE ARSENAL, ALABAMA, 23-25 OCTOBER 1963


Corporate Author : ARMY RESEARCH OFFICE RESEARCH TRIANGLEPARK NC


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/450443.pdf


Report Date : Dec 1963


Pagination or Media Count : 601


Abstract : Contents: Communication Theory; The Concept of Monotone Failure Rate In Reliability Theory; Unbiased Estimates of Reliability When Testing at Only One Extreme Stress Level; Comments on the Strength of Real Structural Materials; The Collection, Processing, and Storage of Data on Serialized NW Items; Probability That Stress Is Less Than Strength At Prescribed Confidence Levels, For Normally Distributed 2 data; Statistical Testing Techniques Used in the development of the RL10 Rocket Engine; Computer Simulation Study of Bruceton and Probit Methods of Sensitivity Testing; Verification of Product Acceptance Inspection by Attributes; Additional Analysis of Missile Trajectory Measuring Systems; Aspects to Control Liquid Propellent Sloshing Based upon Existing Theory; Basic Considerations for the Preliminary Design Of a Shock Tube for the Investigation of the Action Of a Nuclear Explosion Wave upon a Missile; Reliability Concepts for Missile Batteries; Monte Carlo Application for Developing a Design Reliability Goal Compatible with Small Sample Requirements; Microspectroscopy of Tissues; Designs for the Sequential Application of Factors; 2P Factorial Experiments with the Factors Applied Sequentially.


Descriptors :   *ARMY RESEARCH , *GUIDED MISSILE TRAJECTORIES , *TEST METHODS , SYMPOSIA , STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES , ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE , CODING , RELIABILITY , DECISION THEORY , SAMPLING , INSTRUMENTATION , CALIBRATION , INFORMATION THEORY , ROCKET ENGINES , SHOCK TUBES


Subject Categories : Guided Missile Traj, Accuracy and Ballistics


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE