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MIL-V-82444A(OS)
TABLE II
ACCELERATION SCHEDULE
3.4.3 Shock, ready condition.  The valve, mounted as shown in
Figure 1, shall be capable of meeting the performance requirements
after being subjected, in the ready condition, to the shock loads
defined in Table III.  Shock is defined in 6.3.6.
TABLE III
SHOCK SCHEDULE
3.4.4 Temperature and humidity
3.4.4.1 Nonoperating
a. Temperature.  The valve shall be capable of meeting
the performance requirements subsequent to withstanding,
in the nonoperating condition, environmental temperatures
between -45 F and +140 F. Temperature is defined in
6.3.7.
b. Humidity.  The valve shall be capable of meeting the
performance requirements subsequent to withstanding,
in the nonoperating condition, an environment of at
least 95 percent relative humidity at +110F for a
minimum period of 8 hours.  Humidity is defined in
6.3.8.
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