AECTP-(100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600) Allied Environmental Conditions Test Release

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AECTP-(100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600) Allied Environmental Conditions Test Release

EUROLAB; It has the ability to test NATO members' defense industry products in standard series methods that determine their compliance with Allied Environmental Conditions Test Publication "AECTP". Products are included in the certification program with AECTP compliance tests.

AECTP-(100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600) Allied Environmental Conditions Test Release

AECTP-100 (ED 3), ENVIRONMENTAL GUIDE FOR DEFENSE MATERIALS (January 2006) ALLIED ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS AND TEST PUBLICATION.
The purpose of this standard 'Allied Environmental Conditions and Test Method' is to guide project managers, program engineers and environmental engineering professionals in the planning and implementation of environmental tasks. An important function of AECTP 100 is to provide guidance to project managers on the implementation of AECTP 200 'Environmental Conditions', AECTP 300 'Climatic Environment Tests', AECTP 400 'Mechanical Environmental Tests' and AECTP 500 'Electrical/Electromagnetic Environment Tests'.

AECTP-200 (ED 3), ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS (January 2006) ALLIANCE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS AND TEST PUBLICATION.
AECTP 200 defines environmental conditions and data compiled from sources located in NATO countries. Where possible, the potentially damaging effects of these conditions on defensive material are also identified. Advice is given on the selection of appropriate test methods. For mechanical conditions, guidance is also given on determining and verifying environmental test severity from actual measured data.

AECTP-300 (ED 3), CLIMATE ENVIRONMENTAL TEST (JANUARY 2006) ALLIANCE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS AND TEST PUBLICATION.
AECTP 300 test methods address climatic elements that can occur individually or in combination with other climatic elements or mechanical environments. While the implementation of composite environments is realistic, encouraged, and often preferred to produce synergistic effects, the results are often difficult to analyze when it comes to assigning errors to a particular element.

AECTP-400 (ED 3), MECHANICAL ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS (January 2006) ALLIANCE ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS AND TEST PUBLICATION.
The purpose of this test method is to replicate the effects of vibration environments to which the system, subsystem and units (hereinafter referred to as materials) are exposed during the specified operating conditions.

AECTP-500 (ED 2), ELECTRIC/ELECTROMAGNETIC ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS (January 2006) ALLIANCE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS AND TEST PUBLICATION.
This standard covers general and specific requirements for equipment and subsystems, guidelines and requirements for the development of a test program for all electronic, electrical and electromechanical materials to be tested at the equipment level.

AECTP-600 (ED 2), TEN-STEP METHOD (April 2007), ALLIANCE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS AND TEST PUBLICATION.
The purpose of this AECTP is to describe the process known as the Ten Step Method, which was developed to determine the material's ability to meet extended life requirements and role and distribution changes. The purpose of the standard is to inform project (program) managers about the engineering principles involved in evaluating the results of extended life requirements and the outline of a management tool that systematically addresses the problems to be solved.

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