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NPFC - MIL-STD-167-1

MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS OF SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT (TYPE I - ENVIRONMENTAL AND TYPE II - INTERNALLY EXCITED)

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 2 November 2005
Status: active
Page Count: 23
scope:

This standard specifies procedures and establishes requirements for environmental and internally excited vibration testing of Naval shipboard equipment installed on ships with conventionally shafted propulsion (see 6.1.e and 6.1.f).

Applicability.

The test methods specified herein are applicable to shipboard equipment subjected to mechanical vibrations from the environment and from internal excitation caused by unbalanced rotating components of Naval shipboard equipment. For those mechanical vibrations associated with reciprocating machinery and lateral and longitudinal vibrations of propulsion system and shafting, see MIL-STD-167-2.

intended Use:

This standard is used to qualify shipboard equipment for the environmental vibrations and internally excited vibrations encountered during operation of the equipment aboard ship.

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Document History

MIL-STD-167-1
November 2, 2005
MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS OF SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT (TYPE I - ENVIRONMENTAL AND TYPE II - INTERNALLY EXCITED)
This standard is used to qualify shipboard equipment for the environmental vibrations and internally excited vibrations encountered during operation of the equipment aboard ship. In some special...
June 19, 1987
MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS OF SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT (TYPE I - ENVIRONMENTAL AND TYPE II - INTERNALLY EXCITED)
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May 1, 1974
MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS OF SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT (TYPE I - ENVIRONMENTAL AND TYPE II - INTERNALLY EXCITED)
This standard covers the requirements of Naval equipment including machinery as regards both internally excited vibrations and externally imposed vibrations. In some special machinery, equipment, or...

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