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MIL-M-17059A(SHIPS)
Table VIII - Minimum material requirements for service A motors (cont'd.).
Unless otherwise indicated in table VIII steel parts may be cast, fabricated, wrought, or forged. Cast
steel shall be in accordance with class B of ML-S-15083, or equivalent, except that radiographic and
magnetic particle inspection will not be required.
For Bureau of Naval Weapons contracts or equipment, specific approval from the Bureau of Naval Weapons
shall be obtained prior to use of these materials.
3.5.1.1.4 AH insulated electrical windings shall receive at least one of the required impregnations
before assembly on machine parts except that impregnation before assembly on machine parts will not be
required for windings which are to be inserted in semienclosed slots or other windings where the method of
installation is such as to make this preliminary impregnation impractical. In such cases, all required im-
pregnations shall be made after the windings are installed on the machine parts.
3.5.1.1.5 Solder for squirrel-cage windings. - Solder, where required, for electrical connections
shall be silver-base brazing alloy or brazing conforming to MIL-B-15395 or QQ-B-650, respectively,
3.5.1.2 Temperature limits. - The motors shall be so designed as not to exceed the values of maxi-
mum permissible temperature rises specified in table IX when tested as specified in 4.3.4.11. The
methods of temperature measurements specified in table IX shall apply.
Table IX - Maximum permissible temperature rises.
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