6.3.2 Motor condition
18.104.22.168 Nonoperating. The condition of the uninstalled motor when
stored, transported, or handled (see 5.2).
22.214.171.124 Ready, nonoperating. The condition representative of the
motor when ready for assembly or assembled in a torpedo when being
issued, transported, or handled.
126.96.36.199 Ready. The condition representative of the motor when fully
assembled with the end item and installed on the lauching mechanism.
prior to operating.
Operating is the condition of the motor when
6.3.3 Shock. Shock is an abrupt change "in the motion of a body
resulting from the sudden application of a large external force of
short duration. Shock is described as a pulse in units of gravita-
tional acceleration (g's), duration in units of time, milliseconds
ms , and a shock wave approximating a one-half sine wave. The time
duration shall be measured between two points where two lines inter-
sect the zero g line. These lines are tangent to the shock wave
6.3.4 Acceleration ( steady state) .Acceleration ( steady state) is
the the rate of change of velocity of a body resulting from the
application of a sustained external force with a uniform buildup to
peak in more than 0.010 second. Acceleration is given in gravitational
6.3.5 Temperature. Temperature of the environment to chich the mo-
tor is exposed as expressed in degrees Fahrenheit (0F),
6.3.6 Pressure. Unless otherwise specified, pressure is the pres-
sure of the environment to which the motor is exposed, expressed
in pounds per-square-inch absolute (psia) or pounds per-square-inch
6.3.7 Humidity The relative humidity of the environment to which
the motor is exposed, expressed as a percent.
6.3.8 Defective unit. A unit shall be considered defective if it
does not meet all examinations or tests specified, or deviations are
found through visual examination after environmental exposure.