ICS, Doc ID, ITOP Title, Drop Tests for Munitions. Original Title. Category, IS / TS. Location. ITOP Drop Tests for Munitions, Final Report on International Test Operations Procedure. ITOP (2), Safety Testing of Field Artillery Ammunition. – ITOP , Drop Test for Munitions. – ITOP , Rough Handling Tests.
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When specified in the contract, a sample of the itp and components shall be subjected to first article verification in accordance with TABLE III. The activities listed above were interested in this document as of the date of this document. Dropped primer or battery cup 0 1 Major Secured cargo vibration b.
The cartridge shall be capable of being rendered safe and disposed of by 4-2-6601 in all field environments. Any restrictions will be noted. For Design Verification testing, the cartridges and weapons shall be tested at hot, cold, and ambient temperatures.
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Equipment used in loading and any difficulties encountered. Additional copies are can be requested through the following website: Verify compatibility of test item points with load anchoring points on the aircraft or airdrop platform.
The test item to withstand the mechanical stresses experienced when moved with MHE, in vehicles, or by personnel. Photographs of the item during and upon completion of the loading will document the loading and tie-down configuration.
Low propellant weight Low propellant weight could cause a cartridge to fail to extract, because of the escaped hot propellant gases through the breach. Where practical, transported items will be tested in conjunction with durability tests of appropriate carrier vehicles TOP 06 September TOP 15 September 2 If the test item is a self-propelled vehicle, vehicle recovery operations are included in a portion of the highway and off-road testing.
The design velocity baseline is the mean velocity uncorrected obtained during design verification. Conduct test loading of the item if the NSRDEC engineering analysis reveals that the characteristics of the test item are such that analytical means alone are insufficient to determine whether it meets the clearance, projection, overhang, and ramp cresting requirements. Blown primer or battery cup 0 1 Major 9. If the average critical height H plus four standard deviations 4 sigma exceeds 14 inches, or if the average critical 21 Downloaded from http: Given the variety of MHE types available at transportation tenninals, any forklift of sufficient capacity and tine characteristics load center may be used; tactical, conventional, or non-Department of Defense DOD.
Head split 1 2 Major Video record of forklifting, drop, and rough handling tests. Materiel exceeds any of the following conditions: Excessive fouling 0 1 Major On most guns the bolt being closed after the shot will not completely seal off the gas.
Engage the parking brakes on vehicles, trailers or weapon systems equipped with parking brake systems.
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Following the completion of the flight test, the aircrew returns the load to the test pad. As the helicopter hovers over the load, the static discharge wand handler contacts the wand if required to the cargo hook of the helicopter as the second rigger attaches the apex fitting to the cargo hook. Load, block, brace, and tie down the item on a semitrailer or other vehicle designated as the prime mover.
Bottom rim split Low propellant weight could cause a cartridge to fail to extract, because of the escaped hot propellant gases through the breach. Requires minimal concentration by the flight crew.
The cartridge shall be free of cracks, splits, perforations, burrs and foreign matter. Only the Remington will be used for this test. The cartridges shall be conditioned, at cold, ambient, and hot temperatures see 6. They must meet the military’s propellant stability and shelf life storage requirements of 5 years, which exceeds commercial industries normal requirements.