accelerated test

accelerated test

[ak′sel·ər‚ā·dəd ′test]
(electricity)
A test of the serviceability of an electric cable in use for some time by applying twice the voltage normally carried.
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Panaya Test Center, which is 100% SaaS, enables a migration path from your local Excel/Word scripts to accelerated test scripts.
Phosphorus dissolution kinetics from accelerated test method
Accelerated test models relate the failure rate or the life of a component to a given stress such that measurements taken during accelerated testing can then be extrapolated back to the expected performance under normal operating conditions.
Development of useful accelerated test methods relies on data produced in outdoor tests, as in the example of ASTM D7869.
In addition, anyone performing an outdoor or accelerated test at one of their facilities in Florida, Arizona or Germany can check their results online, through a portal on their main page.
The QT-0500 ozone tester/chamber performs an accelerated test method used primarily for evaluating the resistance of robber products to cracking during service life.
The temperature of many accelerated test methods, like those using xenon arc illumination, are dangerously close to the Tg of many plastics, according to Zielnik.
With no standard in place, highly accelerated test regimens have appeared--regimens that do not meet IPC-SM-785 guidelines--in tandem with extravagant claims as to what test results mean in terms of product reliability.
T 697 Accelerated test for viscosity stability of clay slurries
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In addition, anyone performing an outdoor or accelerated test at one of Q-Lab's accredited facilities in Florida and Arizona can check their results online, through a portal on our main page.
A good accelerated test program incorporates accelerated indoor and outdoor tests including both xenon arc and fluorescent systems.

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