Random vibration test: MIL-STD-202,METHOD 214A

radom vibration testA test method is conducted for the purpose of determining the ability of component parts to withstand
the dynamic stress exerted by random vibration applied between upper and lower frequency limits to simulate the
vibration experienced in various service field environments. Random vibration is characteristic of modern field
environments produced by missiles, high-thrust jets and rocket engines. In these types of environments, the random
vibration provides a more realistic test. For design purposes, however, a swept frequency sinusoidal test may yield
more pertinent design information.

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Random vibration test MIL-STD-202,method 214





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