Thermal cycle, shock, acceleration and vibration testing of a BeO reflector specimen, part No. EX-N69626085 Page: 4 of 56
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ZrH Reactor Development Program BoO Reflector Tests
DOCUMENT TITLE Test Repot - Dev-zlopnent O UdGITE April 21, 1969
Thermal Cycle, Shock, Acceleration and U DOT 1
Vibration Testing of a BeQ Reflector Specimen NO. A N A. 53
Part No. Z?-69626W85 7759 41620 ,P
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ABSTRACT S,-a-y of test results and recom- PREPARED BY DATE DEFT/GRP NO.
r.endations. A BeO block representing a
section of the 4 Pi reflector was thermal
cycled to 13000F, and then subjected to a S A DATE
series of shock, vibration and acceleration
tests -.tich smfiated the preammch thermal 2 d b~k
cycles and launch shock and vibration .
condition. Exan.nation of the block revealed
no da-age to have occurred after vibration SECURITY CLASSIFICATION
tests up to 85 g's. The tests demonstrated (CHECK ONE BOX ONLY) (CHE CK ONE BOX ONLY)
that the BeO block and its mountings are A DOD RESTRICTED Q
adequate for the design loads. UNCL DATA
CON F. 8 DE FENSE
SECRET Q Q INFO.
CLASSIFIER l L !
DISTRIBUTION REV SUMMARY OF CHANGE APPROVALS AND DATE
* N AME LOC
0.P. Steele,III 737 EA02
W.J. Kurzeka 737 E.03
T.S. Nakae 737 :A02
A.L. Richardson 737 EA03
B.R. Thompson 737 FJC3
G.F. Queener 737 FA03
F.H. Welch 737 EA03
L.M. Maki 715 BE03
R.L. Detterman 715 BB03
R.F. %ilson 715 BB01
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Welch, F.H. Thermal cycle, shock, acceleration and vibration testing of a BeO reflector specimen, part No. EX-N69626085, report, April 24, 1969; Canoga Park, California. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc878544/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.