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AECTP-200 (ED 3), ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS (JAN 2006).
It supersedes AECTP Edition 3 which shall be destroyed in accordance with local procedures for the destruction of documents. It provides characteristics and data on environmental conditions for operational events and scenarios that influence the design of defence materiel.
Although it is not practicable to provide data to cover all circumstances, AECTP is considered to include the most relevant environmental conditions. An important application of AECTP is for aeftp to confirm that the key environmental conditions within project specific environmental requirement documents have been addressed correctly.
In particular, when used in conjunction with the other AECTPs, the environmental characteristics and data contained in AECTP should facilitate the development of aectpp comprehensive and cost effective set of environmental tests and assessments. The data presented in AECTP are intended for use during the specification process but also are to be considered when extended life is under focus.
When possible, the use of measured data to develop test severities is recommended. For many environment conditions AECTP provides advice on the derivation of test levels from measured data.
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AECTP does not address abnormal environments arising from accidental or hostile conditions, or nuclear effects. Where possible the potential damaging effects of these conditions on defence materiel are also identified. Advice aecpt given on the selection of suitable test methods. For mechanical conditions, guidance is also given on the determination and validation of environmental test severities from actual measured data.
AECTP does not address environments arising from accident or hostile conditions, or nuclear effects.
The purpose of the AECTP series of leaflets is to present characteristics and data samples of natural and induced climatic conditions that influence the design of materiel. For the purpose of this document, induced climatic conditions are the ambient environmental conditions resulting from the modification of the natural climatic conditions due to the structure in which, or on which, the materiel is utilised.
The purpose of the AECTP series of leaflets is to present characteristics, data samples and sources for mechanical conditions, particularly vibration and shock that influence the design of defence materiel. The information is amplified and extended by the identification of potential damaging effects sectp these conditions on defence materiel and also by providing advice on the selection of suitable test methods.
Guidance is also given on the determination and validation of environmental test severities from actual measured data. The structure and contents of will be in a similar form to those of and It should be used in conjunction with measured data for deriving the appropriate conditions for specific defence materiel and as the basis for determining environmental design and test aecttp.
This document comprises sets of document references. The documents are considered to contain related sources of information and data to that included in AECTP The content of these documents provides, in particular applications, additional material to that in AECTP that might be of benefit when compiling environmental descriptions and test specifications.
The references to the documents have been submitted by the members of the Task Group on Environmental Conditions and Test Procedures and are grouped according to their country of origin. NATO references are listed first.
The references will be reviewed and appropriate additional references will be included in future editions of this AECTP. Allied Environmental Conditions Environmental Conditions”.
Bauvorschrift fuer Schiffe der Bundeswehr: Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology 3.