Thermal cycle, shock, acceleration and vibration testing of a BeO reflector specimen, part No. EX-N69626085 Page: 7 of 56
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LIST OF TABI: ADFIGUPS (Cont'd)
BeD Block and Al Fixture Showing _ubbed Areas
on the Tw, Surfaces
Close-up of Surface of Bec Bock SZ....i ~::.pped
Mechanical Properties of Ta-lCm A --y at
Stabilization Time and Temperature for BeO Block
Observes Stresses During Shock Testing
Microinches of Strain Indicated by Gages
Microinches of Strain in Unloaded Band
Yicroinches of Strain on Gages During
icroinches of Strain During Stress Cycling
Microinches of Strain Recorded During Assembly
with "J" Load
Micrcinches of Strain Recorded During Assembly
to Apply 75 lb Load to Band
Conditions for High Level Dwell Tests
:nstrumentation and Equipment Used
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FCM 719-P REv. 6-68
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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. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc878544/m1/7/: accessed March 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.