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MIL-P-18682D(SH) Vibration test.  When specified (see 6.2.1), one pump of a
quantity of identical pumps being supplied shall successfully undergo a vibra-
tion test in accordance with the requirements of MIL-STD-167-1, type I, and as
supplemented in the contract or order.  The vibration test need not be repeated
on subsequent contracts or orders for pumps of identical design to those previ-
ously tested, provided the previous tests included the frequencies specified
(see 6.2.1).
4.6.7..4.1 The unit shall be mounted on typical shipboard foundations during
the vibration test or the shipboard mounting arrangement shall be simulated in
spring mass characteristics except where this mounting arrangement causes the
largest test table capacity to be exceeded.  Inability to vibration test the unit
because of excessive weight or size shall not release the contractor from furnish-
ing equipment which can withstand the specified vibration inputs. Vibration test
acceptance criteria shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-167-1, type I. Experimental stress analysis.  For submarine sea-connected pumps
subject to full submergence pressure, the structural adequacy of one pump casing
of each design shall be verified by an experimental stress analysis. Design evaluation test documentation.  The test reports for the
design evaluation tests shall be prepared in accordance with accepted engineering
practice.  The test arrangement and procedure, the test events, and test instru-
ments used, the measured data, and the effects, results, and observations shall
be accurate and complete and shall be presented in a professional manner and
in a usable durable form to the design review agency for approval.  The report
shall include a definite statement regarding conformance to the acceptance
criteria specified herein and suitability of the unit for its intended applica-
tion. After approval, test reports shall be distributed as specified in 6.2.2.
4.7 Packaging inspection.  Sample packages and packs and the inspection
of the packaging, packing, and marking for shipment and storage shall be in
accordance with the requirements of section 5 and the documents specified herein.
(The preparation of delivery requirements specified herein apply only for
direct Government acquisitions.  For the extent of applicability of the prepara-
tion for delivery requirements of referenced documents listed in section 2,
see 6.6.)
5.1 Technical data.  Unless otherwise specified (see 6.2.1), technical
data depicting the preservation, packaging, and transportation of support
data shall be prepared by the contractor and submitted to the contracting
activity (see 6.2.2).
5.2  Preservation-packaging, packing and marking.  Pump units and acces-
sories shall be preserved-packaged level A or C, packed level A, B, or C as
specified, (see 6.2.1) and marked in accordance with MIL-P-16789.

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