Arc welding, aluminum alloy.-Welding of aluminum
alloy parts shall conform to MIL-W-45205.
Type 5356 welding
electrode of MIL-E-16053 shall be used for 5000 series aluminum
Type 5183 or 5556 welding electrodes of MIL-E_
16053 may be used if Type 5356 welding electrode is unavailable.
When welding aluminum alloy parts other than 5000 series aluminum
alloy, the welding shall be in accordance with the specification
referenced on the applicable drawings.
126.96.36.199 Arc welding, ferrous metals. -Welding of steel parts
and assemblies shall be in accordance with weld classification
of MIL-STD-1261 referenced on the applicable drawings.
188.8.131.52 Welding inertia. - Inertia friction welding shall be
accordance with MIL-sTD-1252.
184.108.40.206 Magnetic particle inspection. -When magnetic particle
inspection is indicated on the drawing, it shall be in accordance
220.127.116.11 Penetrant inspection.-When penetrant inspection is
indicated on the drawing, it shall be in accordance with
Radiographic inspection.-Radiographic inspection
in accordance with MIL-STD-453.
to standards of MIL-R-45774 and steel inspection to
of MIL-R-11468 as referenced on the applicable drawings.
3.2.6 Soldering.-Soldering of parts shall be as indicated on
the applicable drawing and in accordance with MIL-S-6872.
Threads.- Threads shall conform to the thread series
indicated on the applicable drawing and shall be in
with Handbook H28.
Unless otherwise specified, coated
class 3 threads shall conform to the coated thread data
18.104.22.168 Torque, thread fasteners.-unless otherwise speci-
fied on the applicable drawing, threaded fasteners shall be
torqued in accordance with the following torque requirements: