It is increasingly important to ensure that a given vibration test specification of a particular machinery component is appropriately established by considering its real environmental conditions. Vibration test standards for electrical components are well documented, for example in an IEC 60068 series, while standards for machinery components are rarely found except a few military standards. Thus many vibration tests are performed based on the military standards. However, a test based on these military standards often results in over-testing, and under-testing in some cases due to the different environmental conditions. Also, these standards require an appropriate tailoring that may not be easily accomplished. In this paper, various international and military standards are compared and investigated to obtain test specifications relevant for machinery components. Also appropriate tailoring methods are demonstrated through a case study.
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