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MIL-STD-2031, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TEST METHOD STANDARD: FIRE AND TOXICITY TEST METHODS AND QUALIFICATION PROCEDURE FOR COMPOSITE MATERIAL SYSTEMS USED IN HULL, MACHINERY, AND STRUCTURAL APPLICATIONS INSIDE NAVAL SUBMARINES (26-FEB-1991)

MIL-STD-2031, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TEST METHOD STANDARD: FIRE AND TOXICITY TEST METHODS AND QUALIFICATION PROCEDURE FOR COMPOSITE MATERIAL SYSTEMS USED IN HULL, MACHINERY, AND STRUCTURAL APPLICATIONS INSIDE NAVAL SUBMARINES (26-FEB-1991)., This standard provides the fire and toxicity test methods, requirements and the qualification procedure to supply NAVSEA with the information needed to certify composite material systems, proposed for use in hull, machinery and structural applications, as fit for use in the closed environment of Naval submarines. This standard is applicable to all composites, such as, metallic, ceramic, carbon, or organic matrix materials used as alternatives to conventional metals.

MIL-STD-2031

    
 Status:
Active

 FSC Code:
 CMPS - COMPOSITES TECHNOLOGY

Version:
02-19912.33 MB MIL-STD-2031

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