Historical Version s - view previous versions of standard. More D Approximating the actual damage, or lack of damage, experienced in real life may require subjecting the container and its contents to random vibration tests. In this way, many product and container resonances are simultaneously excited. Therefore, unrealistic fatigue damage due to resonance buildup is minimized.
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Add to Cart. View Full Details and Buy. Complementary Documents and Links:. This test method covers the random vibration testing of filled shipping units. 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. This test method provides guidance in the development and use of vibration data in the testing of shipping containers.
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Throughout the distribution cycle, containers are subjected to a number of forces that can compromise their protective ability , such as random vibrations. The ASTM D — 17 aims to prevent this problem in order to design effective systems that guarantee the safety of transported loads. To this end, the ASTM D standard outlines the performance of vibration testing on a shipping container with the purpose of testing the way in which it reacts to this force. By applying a random vibration to a container, its internal packaging and sealing, it is possible to evaluate its performance in regard to resistance and protection. By performing random vibration testing standards it is possible to simulate the vibrations that take place during the distribution cycle.
Shipping containers are exposed to complex dynamic stresses in the distribution environment. Approximating the actual damage, or lack of damage, experienced in real life may require subjecting the container and its contents to random vibration tests. In this way, ASTM-D standard test method for random vibration testing of shipping containers simultaneously excite many product and container resonances. Resonance buildups during random vibration tests are less intense than during sinusoidal resonance dwell or sweep tests.
It can be used to test how a container performs in two ways. ASTM D is important because shipping containers are often exposed to many stresses throughout the distribution process. This test will mimic some of those stresses. After undergoing random vibration testing, the container can be assessed based on damage, or lack thereof.
Active view current version of standard. Other Historical Standards. More D 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. This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use.