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MIL-V-82444A(OS)
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6.2 Ordering data.
Procurement documents should specify the following:
6.2.1 Procurement requirements
a. Title, number, and date of this specification
b. Assigned activity for preproduction tests
c. Any exceptions to this specification
d. Inspection data required,
e. Hazard classification
f. That the safety precaution requirementsof 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 Ashore, OP5, should
be made applicable.
6.2.2 Contract data requirements.  Items of deliverable data required by
this specification are cited in the following paragraphs herein:
Paragraph
Data Requirement
Applicable DIDS
*
Test data
4.4.5
*
Test data
4.5.8
*
Test data
4.6.4
*DIDS (Data Item Descriptions/DD Forms 1664) for the above requirements
will be documented in the applicable ADL (Authorized Data List).  Such data
will be delivered as identified on completed (numbered) DIDs when specified
on DD Forms 1423 (Contract Data Requirements Lists) and incorporated into
applicable contracts.
6.3 Definitions
6.3.1 Ready.  The condition of the valve when fully assembled, prior
to application of firing current.
6.3.2  Operating.  The condition of the valve when fully assembled.
after application of firing current.
6.3.3 Nonoperating.  The condition of the valve when stored.
transported, or handled.  Tests on the valve, in the nonoperating con-
dition, shall be performed without packaging or packing.
6.3.4 Vibration.  Vibration is a sinusoidal motion defined by
amplitude and frequency.  The amplitude may refer to displacement or to
acceleration.  The displacement is given in inches peak-to-peak or the
corresponding maximum acceleration in gravitational units.  The frequency
is given in Hertz (Hz).
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