Accession Number : AD0276198

Title :   Shock, Vibration and Associated Envieronments. Part IV.

Corporate Author : OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING) WASHINGTON D C

Report Date : APR 1962

Pagination or Media Count : 1

Abstract : Contents: Saturn telemetry system Saturn static measurements Transducer placement program Saturn vehicle shock and vibration data reduction Saturn guidance, control and instrumentation equipment test philosophy Acoustic and vibration environment for Saturn Investigation of vibration characteristics of a 1/5-scale model of Saturn SA-1 Vibration program on a full-scale vehicle A comparison of theoretical bending and torsional vibrations with test results of the full-scale Saturn and the 1/5-scale test vehicle Propellant behavior in the tanks of large space vehicles Thrust build-up and cutoff for the Saturn vehicle Equivalence of acoustics and mechanical vibrations The value of acoustical testing of small elec tronic components Random versus sinusoidal vibration damage levels Feasibility of using structural models for acoustic fatigue studies Control of missile vibration response by addi tive damping treatments Structural vibration in space vehicles Control of missile noise during silo launch Vibration of a radar nose package using light weight magnesium fixtures

Descriptors :   *IMPACT SHOCK, *SYMPOSIA, *VIBRATION, GUIDED MISSILES, ROCKET ENGINES

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE