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MIL-P-48189D(AR)
6.5  Submission of alternative quality conformance provisions.
Unless otherwise specified in the contract, proposed alternative
quality conformance provisions will be submitted by the contractor
for evaluation to the procuring contracting officer
6.6 Data requirements.  A data requirement should be included
via DD FOrm 1423 in the contract to provide for reporting to the
Government the results of inspection of the designated
characteristics.
6.7 Molding compound batch definition.  A batch of molding
compound is herein defined as that quantity of compound mixed at one
time using base resin and hardener of one lot number from one
manufacturer to mold housings in one continuous unchanged process.
When a continuous type mixing process is used, a batch is that
quantity of molding compound mixed and dispensed in one continuous
unchanged process during a one(1) hour period or portion thereof
using base resin and hardener of one lot number from one
manufacturer.
6.8 Projectile  functioning.   The following malfunctions of the
special test projectile shall result in all test mines contained in
the subject projectile being considered non-recoverable and shall
not be cause for rejection of the lot.
Only recoverable mines will
be subject to the projectile mine distribution per 4.4.3.2 and
subsequent mine functioning per 4.4.3.3, 4.4.3.4, 4.4.3.5, 4.4.3.6,
4.4.3.7 and 4.4.3.8.
6.8.1  Premature burst.  A premature burst is considered to have
occured if the projectile functioning in the weapon or the time of
flight is less than 1.9 seconds.
6.6.2 Nose fuze malfunction.
Failure of the nose fuze to
function at the pre-determined time after firing, resulting in
failure to expel the projectile cargo over the target area.
6.8.3  Expulsion altitude.
Functioning of the expulsion charge
below four hundred (400) meters above ground level over the target
area or greater than seven hundred and sixty five (765) meters over
the target area.
Functioning at all zones.
6.8.4
Satisfactory function of the
projectile, when fired at any zone,  is defined as successful
delivery of the cargo to the target area with all projectile
hardware remaining intact until initiation of the nose fuze and
expulsion charge at the pre-determined time after firing.
This
includes removal of all shorting bars, depression of all battery
balls, and expulsion of the entire cargo.
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