ECSS-E-30 PART 7, SPACE ENGINEERING MECHANICAL - PART 7, MECHANICAL PARTS (25 APR 2000)
ECSS-E-30 PART 7, SPACE ENGINEERING MECHANICAL - PART 7, MECHANICAL PARTS (25 APR 2000)., . Part 7 of ECSS-E-30 in the engineering branch of ECSS Standards defines
mechanical engineering requirements for mechanical parts.
This Standard defines the requirements and statements applicable to the selection,
design, verification and application of mechanical parts to promote the use
of high-quality non-critical mechanical parts that achieve robust functionality
and satisfy the mission performance requirements.
This Standard defines a pragmatic approach to the selection of parts by the mechanical
and design engineer on the basis of their effect on the integrity of the equipment
and to streamline the selection of space-proven rather than non spaceproven
parts during the design of a new equipment in order to select the least
number of different parts to satisfy the mission requirements.
It defines the content and extent of the mechanical parts and the requirements
for its performance, design and test, product assurance and support activities.
When viewed from the perspective of a specific project context, the requirements
defined in this Standard should be tailored to match the genuine requirements
of a particular profile and circumstances of a project.