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MIL-P-47099A
Five specimens shall be prepared for tensile strength, compression strength, shear
strength and dimensional stability tests. One specimen shall be prepared for the
remainder of the tests. The foam compound used for preparing specimens shall be
mixed and cured in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations. Specimens
prepared for dimensional stability testing shall be four inches high and three inches in
diameter. All other specimens shall be prepared in accordance with he applicable test
method. No defects shall be allowed for dimensional stability or density tests.
4.7.2 Density. The material shall be tested in accordance with ASTM D1622
for conformance to table I.
4.7.3 Tensile strength. The material shall be tested in accordance with ASTM
D1623 for conformance to table I.
4.7.4 Compression strength. The material shall be tested in accordance with
ASTM D1621 for conformance to table I.
4.7.5 Shear strength. The material shall be tested in accordance with ASTM
D732 for conformance to table I.
4.7.6 Dielectric constant. The material shall be tested in accordance with
ASTM D150 for conformance to table I.
4.7.7 Dielectric strength. The material shall be tested in accordance with
ASTM D149 for conformance to table I.
4.7.8 Dimensional stability. The material shall be exposed to seven heat cycles
in accordane with figure 1 to determine conformance to table I.
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