MIL-STD-810 Centrifuge Testing
Applied Technical Services offers MIL-STD-810 Centrifuge Testing to evaluate devices’ and materiels’ structural integrity in the face of intense gravitational forces.
What is MIL-STD-810 Method 513?
MIL-STD-810 Centrifuge Testing is a military standard that tests the structural and mechanical integrity of materiels undergoing high-g loads. Manufacturers request this test for materiels and subassemblies intended for installation in aircraft, helicopters, aerospace vehicles, and ground/sea launched missiles. Method 513 can encompass a variety of materiels for testing. Testing conditions will vary according to their respective materiel, allowing technicians to simulate the most applicable environment.
How does Method 513 work?
Method 513 is a flexible test capable of evaluating a wide variety of materiels and their respective environments. As such, the testing conditions will vary, but the three main procedures remain unchanged. Section 2 of MIL-STD-810 outlines various formulas and tables for recommended g-loads for helicopters, aerospace vehicles, aircraft, and ground/sea launched missiles. The procedures are as follows:
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The Environmental Testing Lab at Applied Technical Services contains the latest cutting-edge technology to perform accurate and reliable testing. ATS technicians routinely perform environmental testing methods to relevant standards such as:
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Applied Technical Services has been providing high quality customer service for more than 50 years. Our experts ensure detailed and accurate reports. ATS’ Marietta testing Lab maintains the following accreditations and certifications: