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BV043/85

BV043/85

BV043/85

(OP)
I'm trying to find information on this standard/specification. I believe it's a German military one. There's a previous thread suggesting IHS. I've got to them with no luck and gone to their German equivalents Beuth without any luck there.

I appreciate it's most likely I'll have to buy this, but can't even find where to do so!

Any suggestions?

RE: BV043/85

Context?

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RE: BV043/85

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It's with an LCD monitor in mind

RE: BV043/85

IF it's primarily electrical/electronic/display in nature, then suggest reposting to one of those forums.

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RE: BV043/85

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It's not specifically about LCD monitors, it's just in this instance it's what the standard will relate to.

The standard itself is regarding shock testing for ships.

RE: BV043/85

KME1976...

"The standard itself is regarding shock testing for ships."

Really??? Then why post in a aeronautical engineering forum???

Suggest posting this in "ship building and watercraft engineering" forum, http://www.eng-tips.com/threadminder.cfm?pid=672

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