We had many interesting test projects at Delserro Engineering Solutions this past month:
- We completed a Pyroshock test on our Mechanical Impact Pyroshock Simulator (MIPS) on equipment that will fly into outer space.
- On the other end of the altitude spectrum, we completed environmental testing of components that will be used in submarines to MIL-E-917. MIL-E-917 is a military specification for Naval shipboard electric power equipment.
- In the middle of the altitude range, we performed combined temperature and vibration testing on sensors that will be used in automobile engines to specification GMW 3172. GMW 3172 is a General Motors Specification for electronic component durability.
The following is a sample of some additional testing projects we have completed recently:
The most common types of vibration testing services conducted by vibration test labs are Sinusoidal and Random. This primer is an explanation of the typical requirements found in vibration test specifications and the parameters used to control the vibration tests. Both types of vibration tests are used to evaluate products for ruggedness, durability and to expose vibration defects.
See Sinusoidal Vibration Basics to learn more about vibration fundamentals.
See Sinusoidal Vibration Testing to learn more about the different types of sinusoidal vibration testing.
Examples of vibration test videos can be found on our YouTube page.
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