Accession Number : AD0826152
Title : DEVELOPMENT OF PERFORMANCE CRITERIA FOR THE DESIGN OF A LARGE TEST MACHINE TO SIMULATE NUCLEAR BLAST-INDUCED MOTIONS,
Corporate Author : PARSONS (RALPH M) CO LOS ANGELES CA
Personal Author(s) : Saffell, H. R. ; Yang, R. C. ; Ring, H.
Report Date : 12 JAN 1968
Pagination or Media Count : 142
Abstract : The principal objective of this study was to formulate detailed performance criteria for the development of concepts for a shock testing machine of sufficient capacity to accommodate the fully-loaded shock-isolated systems incorporated in the WS133A, WS133B and advanced weapon system facilities, and of sufficient force and power to generate input motions similar to those predicted to occur at the facility sites when exposed to nuclear threats of design strength. (Author)
Descriptors : (*SURFACE TO SURFACE MISSILES, GUIDED MISSILE SILOS), (*NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS, SHOCK RESISTANCE), (*TEST EQUIPMENT, SHOCK WAVES), SIMULATION, SHOCK(MECHANICS), BLAST, SHOCK ABSORBERS, MOTION, PERFORMANCE(ENGINEERING), INTERACTIONS, FEASIBILITY STUDIES, STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES, INSTRUMENTATION, FORCE(MECHANICS).
Subject Categories : Surface-launched Guided Missiles
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE