test engineering standards

Understanding the New MIL-STD-810G Change Notice


It can be a challenge keeping up with the ever-evolving requirements of MIL-STD-810: Test Method Standard for Environmental Engineering Considerations and Laboratory Tests. The first change notice to version 810G is now out and includes significant revisions, both to climatic and dynamic test methods. The course will include the new information on additional guidance in combining procedures, an almost total rewrite of mechanical shock, and many other interesting points, including a greatly expanded section on the Life Cycle Environmental Profile (LCEP ).

Bring your questions to this three-day course, in which instructor Chris Peterson will explain the rationale and impact of the coming revisions.

This course is also available as custom location training at your facility.


Course outline     Who should attend?     Course materials    Instructor  


Course outline
  1. What is MIL-STD-810G?
  2. What is a Change Notice?
    • How is it done?
    • Who is involved?
    • Do you have to use it?
  3. The importance of Part One
    • The overall outline
    • The changes
    • The expanded guidance on putting together a Life Cycle Environmental Profile (LCEP)
    • Class exercise
  4. Part Two test methods
    • Universal changes
    • The importance of tailoring and how to do it
    • Vital issues to understand about test control
    • Class exercise
    • Method by method of changes
      1. 500.5 Low Pressure (Altitude)
      2. 501.5 High Temperature
      3. 502.5 Low Temperature
      4. 503.5 Temperature Shock
      5. 504.1 Contamination by Fluids
      6. 505.5 Solar Radiation (Sunshine)
      7. 506.5 Rain
      8. 507.5 Humidity
      9. 508.6 Fungus
      10. 509.5 Salt Fog
      11. 510.5 Sand and Dust
      12. 511.5 Explosive Atmosphere
      13. 512.5 Immersion
      14. 513.6 Acceleration
      15. 514.6 Vibration
      16. 515.6 Acoustic Noise
      17. 516.6 Shock
      18. 517.1 Pyroshock
      19. 518.1 Acidic Atmosphere
      20. 519.6 Gunfire Shock
      21. 520.3 Temperature, Humidity, Vibration, and Altitude
      22. 521.3 Icing/Freezing Rain
      23. 522.1 Ballistic Shock
      24. 523.3 Vibro-Acoustic/Temperature
      25. 524 Freeze / Thaw
      26. 525 Time Waveform Replication
      27. 526 Rail Impact
      28. 527 Multi-Exciter
      29. 528 Mechanical Vibrations of Shipboard Equipment (Type I – Environmental and Type II – Internally Excited)
  5. A look at test sequencing
    • Class exercise: writing a test sequence
Who should attend?

Information coming soon.
Course materials
  • Copy of PowerPoint presentation in course binder
  • Certificate of attendance for completion of CEUs
Continuing Education Units: 1.8 CEUs

Instructor
Jon Wilson, instructor, iest Chris Peterson
Christine Peterson has served on the editing committee of the MIL-STD-810 working group for revisions F and G and has worked with companies implementing the test methods worldwide. She also has chaired the International Organization for Standardization Technical Committee (ISO/TC) 108 Subcommittee 6, Vibration and several IEST Working Groups.

Chris Peterson did an excellent job with the class. She did so well at figuring out what we needed and geared the class material accordingly. Her deep understanding of the material was extremely helpful in reaching our future goals. I can’t say enough good things about Chris and the class. Thanks again!

Nicholas Daddario, QSC Audio