• MIL STD 188 125 2 : 0

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    HIGH-ALTITUDE ELECTROMAGNETIC PULSE (HEMP) PROTECTION FOR GROUND-BASED C[4]I FACILITIES PERFORMING CRITICAL, TIME-URGENT MISSIONS - PART 2 - TRANSPORTABLE SYSTEMS

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    FOREWORD
    1 SCOPE
          1.1 Purpose
          1.2 Scope
          1.3 Applications
          1.4 Objectives
    2 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
          2.1 General
          2.2 Government documents
                 2.2.1 Specifications, standards, and
                          handbooks
                 2.2.2 Other Government documents, drawings,
                          and publications
          2.3 Non-Government publications
          2.4 Order of precedence
    3 DEFINITIONS
          3.1 Acronyms used in this standard
          3.2 Sources for definitions
          3.3 Definitions
                 3.3.1 Aperture point-of-entry (POE)
                 3.3.2 Conductive POE
                 3.3.3 Continuous wave (CW) immersion
                 3.3.4 Corrective maintenance
                 3.3.5 Electromagnetic barrier
                 3.3.6 Electromagnetic closure
                 3.3.7 Electromagnetic stressHM/HS)
                 3.3.8 HEMP acceptance test
                 3.3.9 HEMP hardness
                 3.3.10 HEMP hardness assurance
                 3.3.11 HEMP hardness configuration baseline
                 3.3.12 HEMP hardness critical item (HCI)
                 3.3.13 HEMP hardness critical process (HCP)
                 3.3.14 HEMP hardness maintenance (HM)
                 3.3.15 HEMP hardness maintenance and hardness
                          surveillance (HM/HS)
                 3.3.16 HEMP hardness surveillance (HS)
                 3.3.17 HEMP hardness surveillance/
                          reverification testing
                 3.3.18 HEMP protection measures
                 3.3.19 Intrasite cable
                 3.3.20 Long-line cable
                 3.3.21 Long-line protection module (LLPM)
                 3.3.22 Low-risk HEMP hardening
                 3.3.23 Main barrier electrical POE protective
                          device
                 3.3.24 Mission-critical systems (MCS)
                 3.3.25 Norton equivalent circuit or Norton
                          source
                 3.3.26 Penetrating entry area
                 3.3.27 Performance degradation
                 3.3.28 Point-of-entry (POE)
                 3.3.29 POE protective device or POE treatment
                 3.3.30 Preventive maintenance
                 3.3.31 Primary special electrical POE
                          protective device
                 3.3.32 Protected volume
                 3.3.33 Pulsed current injection (PCI)
                 3.3.34 Residual internal stress
                 3.3.35 Retrofit HEMP hardening
                 3.3.36 Secondary special electrical POE
                          protective device
                 3.3.37 Shielded enclosure leak detection
                          system (SELDS)
                 3.3.38 Special protective measures
                 3.3.39 Special protective volume
                 3.3.40 Subsystem HEMP shield
                 3.3.41 Threat-level illumination
                 3.3.42 Verification testing
                 3.3.43 Vulnerability threshold (of an
                          equipment)
                 3.3.44 Waveguide below cutoff (WBC)
                 3.3.45 Waveguide-below-cutoff array
    4 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
          4.1 General
                 4.1.1 HEMP protection overview
                 4.1.2 Integration with related requirements
          4.2 Hardness program overview
          4.3 HEMP hardening design
                 4.3.1 Subsystem HEMP shields
                 4.3.2 POEs
                 4.3.3 External cable plant
                 4.3.4 Mission-critical equipment
                 4.3.5 HEMP-hardened electrical power
                 4.3.6 Special protective measures
          4.4 HEMP testing
                 4.4.1 Quality assurance program
                 4.4.2 Acceptance testing
                 4.4.3 Verification testing
          4.5 HM/HS
                 4.5.1 HM/HS program development
                 4.5.2 HM/HS program implementation
    5 DETAILED REQUIREMENTS
          5.1 HEMP protection topology
                 5.1.1 Transportable system topology
                 5.1.2 Electromagnetic barrier topology
                 5.1.3 Penetration entry area
                 5.1.4 External electrical cabling
          5.2 Transportable system grounding
                 5.2.1 Equipotential ground plane
                 5.2.2 Grounding to the facility HEMP shield
                 5.2.3 Long-line protection module grounding
          5.3 Subsystem HEMP shield
                 5.3.1 Shielding effectiveness
                 5.3.2 Shield configuration
                 5.3.3 Shield production quality assurance
                 5.3.4 Shield acceptance testing
          5.4 Architectural POEs
                 5.4.1 HEMP protection for architectural POEs
                 5.4.2 Personnel entryways and exits
                 5.4.3 Equipment accesses
                 5.4.4 Acceptance testing for architectural
                          POE protective devices
          5.5 Mechanical POEs
                 5.5.1 HEMP protection for mechanical POEs
                 5.5.2 Piping POEs
                 5.5.3 Ventilation POEs
                 5.5.4 Acceptance testing for mechanical POE
                          protective devices
          5.6 Structural POEs
                 5.6.1 HEMP protection for structural POEs
                 5.6.2 Acceptance testing for structural POE
                          protective treatments
          5.7 Electrical POEs
                 5.7.1 Electrical POEs
                 5.7.2 Long-line protection modules
          5.8 Special protective measures
                 5.8.1 MCS outside the main electromagnetic
                          barrier
                 5.8.2 MCS that is inside a subsystem
                          electromagnetic barrier and fails
                          verification testing
                 5.8.3 Special protective volumes
                 5.8.4 Acceptance testing of special
                          protective measures
          5.9 Reliability and maintainability
          5.10 Safety and human engineering
          5.11 Testability
          5.12 Corrosion control
          5.13 Configuration management
          5.14 Verification testing
                 5.14.1 CW immersion testing
                 5.14.2 PCI verification testing
                 5.14.3 Threat-level illumination testing
                 5.14.4 Verification testing of special
                         protective measures
          5.15 HM/HS program requirements
                 5.15.1 Hardness surveillance/reverification
                         test procedures
                 5.15.2 Maintenance and inspection procedures
                 5.15.3 Supply support requirements
                 5.15.4 Training requirements
                 5.15.5 Technical data
                 5.15.6 Delivery
                 5.15.7 Implementation
    6 NOTES
          6.1 Intended use
          6.2 Issues of DoDISS
          6.3 Subject term (key word) listing
    Figure 1 - Typical transportable system barrier topology
    Figure 2 - Penetration entry area placement
    Figure 3 - External cable descriptions
    Figure 4 - Minimum HEMP shielding effectiveness requirements
               (measured in accordance with procedures of
               Appendix A)
    Figure 5 - Typical vestibule entryway
    Figure 6 - Typical waveguide-below-cutoff POE protective
               devices
    Figure 7 - Typical waveguide-below-cutoff array ventilation
               POE protective device
    Figure 8 - Typical electrical POE protective device
    Figure 9 - Typical special protective volumes
    Table I - Norton source parameters, waveforms, and acceptance
              test loads for electrical POE injection
              specifications
    Table II - Maximum allowable residual internal response norms
               for electrical POE injection specifications
    Table III - Norton source parameters, waveforms, and
                acceptance test loads for LLPM injection
                specifications
    Table IV - Maximum allowable residual response norms to LLPM
               injection specifications
    Table V - Verification test program options
    APPENDIX A - SHIELDING EFFECTIVENESS (SE) TEST PROCEDURES FOR
                 TRANSPORTABLE GROUND-BASED SYSTEMS
    APPENDIX B - PULSED CURRENT INJECTION (PCI) TEST PROCEDURES
                 FOR TRANSPORTABLE GROUND-BASED SYSTEMS
    APPENDIX C - CONTINUOUS WAVE (CW) IMMERSION TEST PROCEDURES
                 FOR TRANSPORTABLE GROUND-BASED SYSTEMS
    APPENDIX D - THREAD-LEVEL ILLUMINATION TEST PROCEDURES FOR
                 TRANSPORTABLE GROUND-BASED SYSTEMS
    CONCLUDING MATERIAL

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    Gives the minimum performance requirements for low-risk protection from mission-aborting damage or upset due to HEMP threat environments given in MIL-STD-2169.

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    Committee AREA TCSS
    Development Note NOTICE 1 - Notice of Validation. (04/2005)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher US Military Specs/Standards/Handbooks
    Status Current

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