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NPFC - MIL-STD-202-107

TEST METHOD STANDARD METHOD 107, THERMAL SHOCK

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 18 April 2015
Status: active
Page Count: 8
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Purpose. This test is conducted for the purpose of determining the resistance of a part to exposures at extremes of high and low temperatures, and to the shock of alternate exposures to these extremes, such as would be experienced when equipment or parts are transferred to and from heated shelters in arctic areas. These conditions may also be encountered in equipment operated noncontinuously in low-temperature areas or during transportation. Although it is preferred that the specimen reach thermal stability during the exposure specified, in the interest of saving time, parts may be tested at the minimum exposure durations specified, which will not insure thermal stability but only an approach thereto. Permanent changes in operating characteristics and physical damage produced during thermal shock result principally from variations in dimensions and other physical properties. Effects of thermal shock include cracking and delamination of finishes, cracking and crazing of embedding and encapsulating compounds, opening of thermal seals and case seams, leakage of filling materials, rupturing, or cracking of hermetic seals and vacuum glass to metal seals, and changes in electrical characteristics due to mechanical displacement or rupture of conductors or of insulating materials.

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January 21, 2020
Method 107, Thermal Shock
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MIL-STD-202-107
April 18, 2015
TEST METHOD STANDARD METHOD 107, THERMAL SHOCK
Purpose. This test is conducted for the purpose of determining the resistance of a part to exposures at extremes of high and low temperatures, and to the shock of alternate exposures to these...

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