DI-HFAC-81981 Air Moving Device Pre-Installation Airborne Sound Testing and Acceptance Criteria Report
ARI575 - Method Of Measuring Machinery Sound Within An Equipment Space (S/S By Ahri-575)
DOD-HDBK-743 - Anthropometry Of U.S. Military Personnel (Metric)
DOD-HDBK-763 - Human Engineering Procedures Guide (S/S By Mil-Hdbk-46855)
The purpose of this guide is to assist human engineers and managers in application of MIL-H-46855 to the system/equipment acquisition process.
HFS100 - American National Standard For Human Factors Engineering Of Visual Display Terminal Workstations
This technical standard specifies requirements for visual display terminals (VDTs), sometimes called visual display units (VDUs), the associated furniture, and the office environment, where the use of a VDT is a required and substantial part of the work performed.
IEEE85 - Airborne Sound Measurements On Rotating Electric Machinery
This test procedure defines approved methods for conducting tests and reporting results to effect the uniform determination of rotating electric machine sound under steady-state conditions with an accuracy of = 3dB tested in these acoustical environments.
MIL-H-46855 - Human Engineering Requirements For Military Systems Equipment And Facilities (S/S By Mil-Std-46855)
MIL-HDBK-759 - Human Engineering Design Guidelines
This handbook provides human engineering design guidelines and reference data for design of military systems, equipment, and facilities. (Programmatic and technique-oriented guidelines may be found in DOD-HDBK-763 and MIL-HDBK-761.)
MIL-HDBK-767 - Design Guidance For Interior Noise Reduction In Light-Armored Tracked Vehicles
This handbook gives proven guidelines for designing quiet tracked vehicles and reducing interior tracked vehicle noise by redesigning vehicle components. The guidelines primarily focus on track and suspension components; additional guidelines are provided for designing a quiet hull and engine enclosure.
MIL-HDBK-1908 - Definitions of Human Factors Terms
This handbook defines terms frequently used in human factors standardization documents by providing common meanings of such terms to ensure that they will be interpreted consistently and in the manner intended.
MIL-STD-1294 - Acoustical Noise Limits In Helicopters
This standard establishes steady state acoustical noise limits within personnel occupied spaces of military helicopters.
MIL-STD-1295 - Human Factors Engineering Design Criteria For Helicopter Cockpit Electro-Optical Display Symbology
MIL-STD-1472 - Human Engineering
This standard establishes general human engineering design criteria for military systems, subsystems, equipment and facilities.
MIL-STD-1473 - Standard General Requirements For Color And Marking Of Army Material (S/S By Mil-Hdbk-1473)
This standard prescribes only general color and marking requirements-not finishes, surface preparations, related treatments for preservation and coating, or special requirements specified by Army design activities.
MIL-STD-1474 - Noise Limits
This standard establishes acoustical noise limits and prescribes testing requirements and measurement techniques for determining conformance to the noise limits specified herein.
MIL-STD-1477 - Symbols for Army System Displays (Metric)
This standard prescribes the physical characteristics of ground and air track symbols, unit/installation symbols, control measures symbols, equipment symbols, and associated alphanumeric information for U.S. Army Combined Arms system displays which are generated by electronic, optic, or infrared technology and presents information in real time or near-real time.
MIL-STD-1478 - Task Performance Analysis
This standard defines the requirements for performing a task performance analysis where such analysis is required in the development or acquisition of military systems, equipment, and facilities.
MIL-STD-1787 - Aircraft Display Symbology
This standard defines the symbology requirements for a primary flight reference and describes some fundamental relationships between symbol motion and aircraft system states. It describes symbols, symbol formats, and information content for electro-optical displays that provide aircrew members with information for takeoff, navigation, terrain following/terrain avoidance, weapon delivery, and landing. It also provides (in appendixes) non-binding information on symbol geometry, fonts, recommended dimensions, and mechanizations.
MIL-STD-1794 - Human Factors Engineering Program For Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Systems
This standard provides task descriptions for conducting an integrated human factors engineering (HFE) program to the development and acquisition of intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) systems.
MIL-STD-1800 - Human Engineering Performance Requirements For Systems
MIL-STD-1908 - Definitions Of Human Factors Terms (S/S By Mil-Hdbk-1908)
This standard defines terms frequently used in human factors standardization documents by providing common meanings of such terms to ensure that they will be interpreted consistently and in the manner intended.
MIL-STD-46855 - Human Engineering Requirements For Military Systems, Equipment, And Facilities
This standard establishes and defines the requirements for applying human engineering to the design, development, and acquisition of military systems, equipment, and facilities. These requirements include the work to be accomplished in conducting a human engineering effort integrated with the total system engineering and development effort. These requirements are the basis for including human engineering in proposals; system, equipment, software and associated user interfaces, and facility analysis, design and test; and documentation and reporting.
MIL-STD-740 - Airborne And Structureborne Noise Measurements And Acceptance Criteria Of Shipboard Equipment (S/S By Mil-Std-740-1, Mil-Std-740-2 And Mil-Std-1474)
This standard covers acceptable instrumentation and procedures for the measurement of and acceptance criteria for, airborne and structureborne noise of Naval shipboard equipment.
MIL-STD-740-1 - Airborne Sound Measurements And Acceptance Criteria Of Shipboard Equipment
MIL-STD-783 - Legends For Use In Aircrew Stations And On Airborne Equipment (S/S By Jssg-2010)
This standard establishes the requirements for legends to be used for marking controls and displays in aircrew stations and on airborne equipment.
MIL-STD-912 - Physical Ear Noise Attenuation Testing
This standard establishes the methodology and instrumentation requirements for quality assurance testing (QAT) for noise attenuation characteristics of hearing protective devices.
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