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preparation instrucnons requirements

10.1 Content requirements. The Life Cycle Environment Profile (LCEP) shall include the following:

10.1.1 A thorough description of anticipated events associated with the item of equipment from the time of Tmal factory acceptance until its terminal e]q>enditure or removal from inventory.

10.1.2 A list of significant narura! and induced environments or combinations of environment for each anticipated shipmenttransporfstoragc/logistic event such as transportation, dormant storage, stand-by, bench handling and ready modes, etc.

10.1.3 List the necessary data, in narrative and statistical form, outlining the environmental and stress condinons to uriiich the equipment will be subjected during its various life phases. The data may be from caladation, laboratory tests and cperatitKtal measurements. When such information is based on estimates, it shall be replaced by actual values as diey are determined. The profile shall show the number of measurements from which the -average value of these stresses and design achievements are determined as well as their characteristics variability which shall be expressed in terms of standard deviation.

11. DISTRBUnON STATEMENT

DlSTRIBUnON ST.ATEMENT A. Approved for felease; distribution is unlimitod.

DD Fomt 1864, JuN S6

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Block 3. (Continued) 3.2 These analyses are used to:

a. £>evel< environnnental design and test criteria consistent widi anticipated operaticnal service conditions.

b. Evaluate pmsbls. effects of change in q;icratk s! envircnmenta! ctssdidons.

c. FVgvide fraceability the rationale applied in criteria selection for later use in the same program

of future use on otfier prograim.



DATA ITEM DESCRIPTION

Form Approved OM8 No. 07Q4-01SS

i. TITLE

ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN TEST PLAN

1. IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

Dl-ENVR-80861

3. DESCRIPTION/PURPOSE

3.1 The Environmental E>esign Test Plan (EOTP) defines the specific environmental design parameters for the equipment, and an environmental testing plan.

3.2 This plan serves as the principal means of planning for validation of equipment using determined design criteria.

4. APPROVAL DATE 5. OFRCE OF PRIMARY RESPON8IBIUTY (OPR)

890621 AF-11

ea. OTIC REQUIRED

et>. OIDEP REQUIRED

7. APPLICATION/INTERRELATIONSHIP

7.1 This contains the format and content preparation instructions for data resulting from the work task described by paragraph 4.2.2.3 of MTL-STD-810E.

7.2 The Environmental Design Test Plan is applicable to all equipment specifications, where each environmental specification has to be specifically tailored to the environmental requirements for each requirement.

7.3 This Dro supersedes Di-R-7125.

(Continued on Page 2)

S. APPROVAL UMtTATION

a. APPUCABLE FORMS

b. AMSC NUMBER

F4763

IS. INSTRUCTIONS

10.1 Content requirements. The Environmental Design Test Plan (EDTP) shall include the following:

a. Environmental design parameters and corresponding test criteria.

b. Configuration identification and quantity of items to be tested.

c. Description of testing to be performed. Include specific environmental test conditions, pretest data, human factors, and failure criteria.

d. Test procedure and limits.

e. Test sequence and schedule.

f. Test insmanentation, including:

(1) Measurements to be taken and accuracies to be achieved.

(2) !nstrum.£ntat!Qn calibration criteria and procedures.

g. Description of test installation, indicating facilities and equipment currently available to the contractor or available for procurement for the specific test program.

11. DISTRBUnON STATEMENT

DISmUBimON statement a. Approved for public release; distnbution is unlimited.

DO Foim 1664. JUN 66

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FOR INFORMATION ONLY

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Block 7. Application/Interrelationship (Continued)

7.4 Defense Technical Information Center (DTlC), Cameron Station, Alexandria VA 22314-6145.

Kodt 10- Preparation Insnijctions (Continued)

h. Facilities or equipment required from the Government and dates required.

i. Data reduction tediniques. analysis criteria and procedures.



DATA ITEM DESCRIPTION

Form Approved OMS No. Q704-O1SS

2. TITLE

OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT VERJMCATION PLAN

1. IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

DI-ENVR-8Q862

3. DESCRIPTION/PURPOSE

3.1 The Operational Environment Verification Ran (OEVP) documents the field operational

environments obtained from measurements on hardware during the deveiopment program.

3.2 The OEVP is used to:

(Continued on Page 2)

4. APPROVAL DATE 5. OFFICE OF PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY (OPR)

Ba. DTIC REQUIRED

Sb. OIDEP REQUIRED

7. APPLICATION/INTERRELATIONSHIP

7.1 This contains the format and content preparation instructions for data resulting from the work task described by paragraph 4.2.2.4 of MIL-STD-810E.

7.2 This DID supersedes DI-R-7126.,

7.3 Defense Technical Information Center pTIC), Cameron Station, Alexandria VA

22314-6145.

8. APPROVAL LIMITATION

9a. APPLICABLE FORMS

9b. AMSC NUMBER

F4764

10. PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS

10.1 Content and format. The Operational Environmental Verification Plan (OEVP) shall include the following:

a. Thorough description of the equipment locations at which measurements are to be made and the instrumentation to be used for making these measureme.nts.

b. Mission profile time histories, durations, and number of trials for which environmental measurements are to be made.

c. A description of assets to be provided by the procuring activity to accomplish tiie required measurements including vehicles, facilities, and information collection and processing equipment.

d. Schedule milestones, sites at which measurements are to be made, and lines of communication between procuring activity and eontractor erivironmenta! engineering organizations.

e. Contractor format is acceptable. Format of measured data should correspond to format of design requirements in order to facilitate comparison of measured data and requirement criteria.

11. DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT

DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.

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Block 3. Description/Purpose (Continue

a. Define how measured environme *r aiI jotained and compare actual field operations environments with the environmental dt . :a j. test results.

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DATA ITEM DESCRIPTION

Farm Approved OUB No. 0704-0188

2. TITLE

ENVmONlvENTAL TEST RETORT

1. IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

DI-ENVR-80863

3. DESCRIPTION/PURPOSE

3.1 The Environmenta! Test Report (ETR) documents the results of environmental development equipment testing.

3.2 The is used to provide the acquisition activity with visibility of unscheduled symptoms, of failure analyses and corrective actions which are related to equipment environments requirements.

4. APPROVAL DATE 5. OFFICE OF PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY (OPR)

(YYUUDD)

890621 AF-li

6a. DTIC REQUIRED

tb. QIDEP REQUIRED

7. APPLICATION/INTERRELATIONSHIP

7.1 This Dro contains the format and content preparation instructions for data resulting from the work task described by paragraph 5.2.9 of MIL-STD-810E.

7.2 This report is applicable to equipment environmental tests which include design evaluation tests, operational worthiness tests, and qualification tests.

7.3 This Dro supersedes DI-R-7127.

(Continued on Page 2)

S. APPP.OVAL LIMITATION

9a. APPUCABLE FORMS

9b. AMSC NUMBER

F4765

10. PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS

10.1 General information.

10.1.1 Main body. TTie main body of the report shall contain the following:

a. Hardware identification (equipment unit to component level of assembly).

b. Functional description of the affected parts of the equipment unit.

c. Predicted causes of the failure.

d. Proposed corrective action.

10.1.2 Attachments. The attachments shall contain the following:

a. Incremental test log (from the time of last failure).

b. Laboratory failure analysis reports (which identify the physics-of-failure).

c. A list of all other deveiopment and production activities where the same part failed, for example:

(1) Environmental tests.

(Continued on Page 2)

It. DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT

DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.

DD Form 1664, JUN 86

FOR ffJfftmWdrSWLY

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BicdE. ?. Aic8tksvSRterre!st:cnsh:p (Continued)

7.4 Defense Tedmical Information Center (DTIC), Cameron Statim, Alexandria VA 22314-6145.

Block 10. Fteparatiai uistrucDcns (Continued)

(2) 1 tesss

(3) Screening tests

(4) Bench checks

. (5) ^^ test procedures 10.2 Content requirements

10.2.1 Interim reporting. The ETR shall include the following interim status reporting. Unless odierwise specified, this reporting shall be accomplished by letter.

10.2.1.1 Quick look. A quick look letter shall report the accompiishment of an environmental test. Tnis letter shall identify the specific test accomplished, salient test parameters and conditions, failures that occuired, proposed corrective action, and important test results.

10.2.1.2 Test anomaly notification. A test anomaly letter shall represent a written notification to the procuring activity that an anomaly has occurred. The letter shall briefly summarize the test anomaly .! include d;e following irJormation:

a. Equipment serial number.

b. Symptoms of failure.

c. Environincntal coodiuoes the -mptoms of !.

d. Failed part identification, if known at the time this letter is written.

10.2.1.3 Test anomaly analysis and corrective action. The reporting shall include an analysis of the causes of a test anomaly and the corrective action taken to prevent its reoccurrence. One or more test anomalies that are simple in nature with a simple correction action shall be covered by a letter. A test anomaly that was caused by an equipment failure (this includes a failure caused by extenml sources) shall be addressed by more coiicated reporting (see 10.1).

10.2.2 Pinal test report. Ihe final test report shall document engineering development or qualification testing for each single environment for which testing was accomplished. The final report shall include for each such test

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Block 10. Preparation Instructions (Continued)

a. The 08 of the test (i.e., engineering development, qualification, environmental worthiness).

b. Description of test article, including configuration identification of test hardware and photographs a: appropriate.

c. Test method and procedure.

d. Description of test parameter, test duration and condition utilized for the test.

e. Description of test facility and test procedure. Include a detailed description of how the test item was operated during each test and any controlled conditions.

f. Test set-up diagram/photos. Show arrangements of test item relative to test equipment used.

g. A list of all test equipment used in the test. Identify manufacturer, model, calibration status and serial number for each item of test equipment listed.

h. Location of environmental transducers such as accelerometers, microphones, thermocouples, etc., relative to test item. Use diagram and photographs as appropriate.

i. Description of test instrumentation system with particular emphasis given to any tranducer averaging j. Data reduction techniques and procedures.



ICL-STeiOE 14 JULY 1889

SETBQD 500.3 LOW PRESSURE (ALTITUDE)

SBCTIOM I

I-l FiJiffuSE...................... 500.3-1

1-2 ES7IS08SS?rAL EFFSSTS. . . ............. 500=3-1

1-3 OOIDBLISSS FOR ISXEBtSEZHS TEST

^ ) TEST OMIDITIONS........... 500.3-1

1-4 SPECIAL OOHSIDEBXTIOHS............... 500.3-5

1-5 nEFEBEHCBS..................... 500.3-6

SBCTIOV II

II-l APPAEATOB..................... 500-3-7

11-2 FOB TEST................ 500.3-7

II-3 .................... 500.3-

II-4 TO BE WOOBDED............ 500.3-10

SSCTIC I

I-l PURPOSE. Lo r-pFe8e\ir (altitxjde) chaober teste are performed to determine if materiel can withstand, and operate in, a low-pressure environaoant.

1-2 gyYiUfffffHTAL '- Exaaples of soiae ps4>bleae that could occis* as a result of exposure to redix:ed are:

*, Leakage of gases or fluids from gasket-sealed inclosus.

b. Rupture or }11 of sealed containers.

c. Change in jdiysical and chemical properties of low-density materials.

d. &4>atic operation or malfxsiction of equipment resulting from arcing or corona.

e. Overheating of equlpnant due to reduced heat transfer, z. Evaporation of li£s--ieante.

g. Erratic starting and conbustion of engines.

h. Failure of benaatic aala.

1-3 CPIPgLIIiaS TOR TEST PHOCEDURES AMD TEST COMDITIOKS

!: TtiS tailoring process as described in section 4 of this document should be used to determine the appropriate tests and test variables.




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