HUMIDITY AS A FACTOR IN FUZE DESIGN AND EVALUATION
JOINT ARMY-NAVY-AIR FORCE FUZE COMMITTEE WASHINGTON DC
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Fuzes which cannot be inspected or serviced during storage or prior to use must be designed to withstand the deteriorating effects of humidity. Humidity in the atmosphere is a slow but persistent deteriorating force on corrodible and organic materials. Some methods of design to avoid problems and several frequently used tests for humidity effects are suggested.
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