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MIL-P-60335C (MU)
6.6 Static burning time.-Minimum static burning time as
referenced herein (See 3.7) is required as a time base for
the determination of luminosity and compliance does not in, itself
guarantee final ballistic minimum burning time requirement.
Structual integrity of the candle under set back loading is of
prime importance in meeting the ballistic burning time requirements
and Is attained by proper formulation, blending, consolidation
and cure.
6.7 Burst height. -If a projectile functions properly
in all respects with the exception that the "effective
illumination" time Is less than thirty-two (32) seconds because
the illuminant and parachute assembly hit the ground while
still burning, and if the burst heights i.e., the height above
ground level at which the tail cone separated from the tube
body was less than 492 feet (150 meters), the performance of
the projectile shall not be considered in evaluating the
acceptability of the lot.
6.8 Satisfactory functioning. -Satisfactory functioning
shall be defined as ejection of the parachute and illuminant
assembly and proper suspension and ignition of the illuminant
such as to assure "effective illumination."
6.9 Effective illumination.-Effective illumination is
defined as burning of the canister without exploding or
breaking up while suspended by the parachute.  The time recorded
for "effective illumination" shall be considered as the time
from the appearance of the first light from the candle to either
(1) burnout of the candle while still in the air or (2) burning
of the candle until ground impact.  Burning of the canister
after striking the ground shall not be considered as "effective
illumination",  Any occurrences which detract from "effective
illumination" as herein defined shall be recorded on the official
firing record.
6.10 Proving ground.-The Proving Ground shall make the
necessary arrangements to recover all malfunctions which may
occur during ballistic test unless otherwise directed by the
Procuring Agency.  The terrain in the area specified by the
ballistic test conditions from the gun sight to down range shall
be suitable so that all malfunctions will be accessible for
recovery.
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