NPFC - MIL-STD-2105
HAZARD ASSESSMENT TESTS FOR NON-NUCLEAR MUNITIONS
|Publication Date:||19 April 2011|
This standard provides or references tests and test procedures for the assessment of safety and Insensitive Munitions (IM) characteristics for all non-nuclear munitions, munition subsystems, and explosive devices.
The purpose is to provide a framework for the development of a consolidated safety and IM assessment test program for non-nuclear munitions. The tests are to characterize the munitions and provide the service review organization information with which to make a decision.
This standard applies to all non-nuclear munitions (i.e., all-up missiles, rockets, pyrotechnics) and munitions subsystems (e.g., warheads, fuzes, cartridge actuated devices, propulsion units, safe and arm devices, pyrotechnic devices, chemical payloads) and other explosive devices. In all likelihood, it may not be possible to test against all threats. In this case, select the most probable, credible stimuli that are expected to cause the greatest damage to life, property, or combat effectiveness.