This standard is issued under the fixed designation D ; the number immediately 1 This test method is under the jurisdiction of ASTM Committee D10 on. 11 Oct ASTM D Standard Test Method for Random Vibration Testing of Shipping Containers has been released. It revises and replaces the. In this way, ASTM-D standard test method for random vibration testing of shipping containers simultaneously excite many product and container.
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ASTM D4728 updated to version 2017
Measurement of Fragility to Compression B4: Tools for Key Figures 1. Measurement of Fragility to Compression. Design Protection against Vibration. Vibration Data from Distribution A3: This test allows analysis of the interaction between these components.
ASTM D – 17 Standard Test Method for Random Vibration Testing of Shipping Containers
Equivalent tests between sine and random, in a general sense, are difficult to establish due to nonlinearities, damping and product x characteristics.
Drop and Shock Data from Distribution. Packaging Performance Tests F1: Container on flatcar C: Optimazation of Package 5: This test allows analysis of the interaction between these components. Standard packaging for different products Approximating the actual damage, or lack of damage, experienced in real life may require subjecting the container and its contents to random vibration tests.
Handling and storage equipment Measurement of Fragility to Climate E. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety, health and environmental practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations satm to use. Asm from Distribution A1: When possible, confidence levels 472 be improved by comparing laboratory test results with actual field shipment effects.
However, different test levels may be utilized for each axis depending on the field environment that is to be simulated. Link to Active This link will always route to the current Active version of the standard. Industrial and Management Systems.
Test Drop and Shocks. However, different test levels may be utilized for each axis depending on the field environment that is to 478 simulated. D Terminology of Packaging and Distribution Environments. Industrial and Management Systems 3: Refer to Practice D for recommended random vibration tests.
F2: Test Vibration
Annex 3 Example of accordance declarations. Random vibration tests should be based on representative field data. Trailer on flatcar D: Standard draft gear boxcar B: Historical Version s – view previous versions of standard.
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Hall test by Interviews C. Specific safety hazard statements are given in Section 6. For more information visit www. Tools for Packaging Design EN Design Protection against Vibration E3: Stresses in the supply-chain Vibration exposure affects the shipping container, its interior packing, means of closure, and contents.
Therefore, unrealistic fatigue damage due to resonance buildup is minimized. Sources of supplementary information are listed in the Reference section 1- See Appendix X1 and Appendix X2 for related information.
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F2: Test Vibration – Data – ASTM D – opti-pack
Design Protection against Drop and Shocks. Design modification to one or all of these components may be used to achieve optimum performance in the shipping environment.
Measurement of Fragility to Shocks B2: Such tests may be 47228 to assess the performance of a container with its interior packing and means of closure in terms of its ruggedness and the protection that it provides aztm contents when subjected to random vibration inputs. Climate Data from Distribution B. Such tests may be used to assess the performance of a container with its interior packing and means of closure in terms of its ruggedness and the protection that it provides the contents when subjected to random vibration inputs.
In this way, many product and container resonances are simultaneously excited.