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MIL-T-60201C
c. Production test activity and lot size (see 4.1 and 4.2.1)
d. Directions for shipping radiographs of entire production lot along with ballistic
sample to the activity conducting production lot acceptance tests (see 4.3.3)
e. Level of packing and marking (see 5.1)
f. That the safety precaution requirements of the ``Contractor's Safety Manual for
Ammunition, Explosives, and Related Dangerous Material,'' DOD 4145.26M are applicable.
NOTE: When this specification is used as part of the description of work to be
accomplished by a Government activity, the safety precaution requirements of
``Ammunition and Explosives Ashore,'' OP 5 are applicable.
6.3 Load firing. The expected performance of the thruster, under conditions simulating those
existing in aircraft, is obtained when the thruster satisfactorily meets the conditions of the
"load" firing.
6.4 Hazard notice. The thruster described herein and certain of its components are flammable
orexplosiveand present hazards inmanufacture, handling, storage, and shipment. The contractor
should recognize these properties and take appropriate measures to guard and protect against fire,
explosion, adverse environment, corrosive atmosphere, rough handling, and electrically induced
incidents.
6.5 Definitions.
6.5.1 Ignition delay. Ignition delay is the time that elapses between the firing of the
pressure element and the beginning of the continuous pressure rise on the pressure-time record.
6.5.2 Mechanical failure. Mechanical failure is any deformation or breakage of a part, the
occurrence of which is other than a design function.
6.6 Subject term (keyword) listing.
Ejection systems, aircrew
Emergency escape systems, aircrew
Escape systems, aircrew
Life-saving systems, aircrew
6.7 Changes from previous issue. Marginal notations are not used to identify changes with
respect to the previous issue because of the extensiveness of the changes.
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