COMBINED ENVIRONMENTS TESTING

The NASTAR Center

Spacecraft launch systems experience simultaneous sustained (G) acceleration and vibration loads during launch are susceptible to nonlinear structural responses to the system (including shifts in natural frequencies, changes in mode shapes and changes in the components that are excited) which cannot be tested using traditional qualification methods involving separate sequential, discrete environmental tests.
 
By providing more realistic test conditions using Combined Environment testing (concurrent sustained (G) acceleration and vibration) you will greatly save time and cost, reduce risk and lower payload mass through improved design margins.
 
To see if Combined Environments testing at NASTAR Center is a solution for your launch vehicle, small satellite, payloads, and/or system and subsystem applications for GNC, flight separation, flight termination and/or flied structural components — contact us today!




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