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NATO - AOP-24

Electrostatic Discharge, Munition Assessment and Test Procedures

inactive, Most Current
Organization: NATO
Publication Date: 1 March 1998
Status: inactive
Page Count: 14
scope:

This AOP addresses the assessment of ESD hazards associated with personnel-borne or helicopter-generated threats. Such an assessment may be limited to a paper analysis or could include testing to determine the sensitivity of the weapon system (or associated subsystem) to the helicopter and/or personnel ESD threat.

It is not within the scope of this AOP to address ESD threats associated with the transfer of charges that may be generated on non-conductive weapon system surfaces due to the charge separation associated with the movement of the weapon system (or associated subsystem) with respect to non-conductive pads and packaging in the shipping containers. If such threats are likely to be encountered, then a hazard assessment and possibly testing will be needed for the system.

Document History

AOP-24
March 1, 1998
Electrostatic Discharge, Munition Assessment and Test Procedures
This AOP addresses the assessment of ESD hazards associated with personnel-borne or helicopter-generated threats. Such an assessment may be limited to a paper analysis or could include testing to...

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