Introduction to MIL-STD-810H Part 3
▶️Military Systems go through some of the most severe environments that any system will ever encounter on planet earth.
➡️ MIL-STD-810H is a military standard guideline for environmental test and reliability engineering considerations and laboratory tests/environmental simulations for military systems and hardware.
➡️ Time for part 3 of this video series on the MIL-STD-810 standard revision H for environmental considerations for military hardware and systems.
➡️ In Introduction to MIL-STD-810H Part 3, we will cover the following topics in detail:
♾ Contamination by Fluid Method 504.3 - Chemical Testing Overview 🥼 Contamination by Fluid Method 504.3 - Chemical Testing Equipment
🧮 Contamination by Fluid Method 504.3- Chemical Test Application
🧱 Contamination by Fluid Method 504.3- Chemical Test Failure Modes
♾ Solar Radiation (Sunshine) Method 505.7 Testing Overview 🥼 Solar Radiation (Sunshine) Method 505.7 Testing Equipment
🧮 Solar Radiation (Sunshine) Method 505.7 Test Application
🧱 Solar Radiation (Sunshine) Method 505.7 Test Failure Modes
➡️ Over coming weeks, we will be covering all MIL-STD-810 tests in detail, including why each test is performed, some test examples and profiles, failure modes to look out for, what systems each test would be applicable to, and test equipment that would be used for each type of test.
➡️ At the completion of Introduction to MIL-STD-810H Part 3 you will have a detailed understanding of Contamination by Fluid and Solar Radiation (Sunshine) including: types of tests, test equipment, and potential failure modes to look out for with each test type.