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INSTALLATION NAVSEA SE000 00 EIM 110 CHANGES,EDITION PUBLICATION STOCK LATEST EIB. DATE NUMBER COVERED 1,Basic September 1977 0967 LP 000 0110 947. Change 9 2 2 2, 1 The number listed in this column indicates that this handbook issue incorporates information from EIB issues up. to and including the one shown In addition to this column entry a source reference code is inserted immediately. following the last line of copy of pertinent articles picked up in NIMB handbooks The following examples show the coding. method used to identify origin of material used,ORIGIN CODE. EIB 750 750,EIB 13S Shore Quarterly Supplement 13S.
Naval Ship Systems Command Technical,News Vol 14 No 6 TN14 6. CEIB 7 Classified EIB C7, Only articles which have been revised to omit classified data but retain information of value and lasting interest. 2 This change reserved for Tab Separator Package,INSTALLATION NAVSEA SE000 00 EIM 110 CHANGES. RECORD OF CHANGES,CHANGE DATE OF TITLE OR BRIEF ENTERED. ACN NO CHANGE DESCRIPTION BY,INSTALLATION NAVSEA SE000 00 EIM 110 CONTENTS.
TABLE OF CONTENTS,PARAGRAPH PAGE,SECTION 1 GENERAL. 1 1 PURPOSE 1 1,1 2 SCOPE 1 1,1 3 USE AND APPLICATION 1 1. 1 4 DEFINITIONS 1 1,1 4 1 INSTALLING ACTIVITY INSTALLER 1 1. 1 4 2 INSTALL INSTALLING INSTALLATION 1 1,1 4 3 INTERCONNECTING CABLES 1 1. 1 4 4 INSTALLATION CONTROL DRAWINGS ICDs 1 1,1 4 5 AUTHORIZED APPROVAL 1 1.
1 4 6 ENCLOSURE 1 1,1 5 PRECEDENCE 1 1,1 6 SAFETY 1 2. 1 6 1 PERSONNEL SAFETY 1 2,1 6 2 INSTALLATION SAFETY REQUIREMENTS 1 2. 1 7 WORKMANSHIP 1 2,1 7 1 SKILLS 1 2,1 7 2 EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL PROTECTION 1 2. 1 7 3 GOOD HOUSEKEEPING PRACTICES 1 2,1 8 GOVERNMENT DRAWINGS 1 2. 1 8 1 INSTALLATION CONTROL DRAWINGS 1 2,1 8 2 NAVSEA ENGINEERING DRAWINGS 1 2.
1 9 QUALITY ASSURANCE 1 3,1 9 1 EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL 1 3. 1 9 2 TOOLS AND PLANT EQUIPMENT 1 3,1 9 3 PERSONNEL 1 3. SECTION 2 CABLE FLEXIBLE AND SEMI RIGID,2 1 INTRODUCTION 2 1. 2 2 SCOPE 2 1,2 3 CABLE SELECTION 2 1,2 3 1 ELECTRICAL CABLES 2 1. 2 3 2 PORTABLE POWER AND CONTROL CABLES 2 1,2 3 3 COAXIAL CABLES FLEXIBLE AND SEMI RIGID 2 1.
2 3 4 CABLE TYPE AND SIZE 2 1,2 4 CABLE STORAGE 2 2. 2 5 CABLE HANDLING 2 2,2 6 CABLE BENDS 2 3,2 7 CABLE PROTECTION 2 4. 2 8 CABLE TESTING 2 4,2 8 1 VISUAL INSPECTION 2 4,2 8 2 CONTINUITY CHECKS 2 4. 2 8 3 INSULATION RESISTANCE TESTS 2 4,2 8 3 1 Power Lighting and Control Cables 2 4. 2 8 3 2 Multiconductor Cables 2 5,2 8 3 3 Coaxial Cables 2 5.
2 8 3 4 Moisture Absorption 2 5, 2 8 4 ATTENUATION AND VOLTAGE STANDING WAVE RATIO MEASUREMENTS 2 5. 2 9 CABLE CLASSIFICATION 2 5,INSTALLATION NAVSEA SE000 00 EIM 110 CONTENTS. TABLE OF CONTENTS,PARAGRAPH PAGE,2 9 1 CONSTRUCTION 2 5. 2 9 2 SERVICE 2 5,2 9 3 APPLICATION 2 5,2 9 4 COAXIAL CABLES 2 5. 2 10 CABLE ROUTING GROUPING SPACING 2 10, 2 11 STANDARD METHODS FOR CABLING INSTALLATION 2 10.
2 12 CABLE SUBSTITUTION REPLACEMENT 2 10,2 12 1 LOW SMOKE CABLES 2 10. 2 12 2 OTHER TYPES OF CABLE 2 11,2 13 CABLE AND CONDUCTOR IDENTIFICATION 2 15. 2 13 1 CABLE TAGS 2 15,2 13 2 CONNECTOR DESTINATION TAGS 2 15. 2 13 3 CIRCUIT OR SYSTEM DESIGNATIONS 2 15,2 13 4 CONDUCTOR MARKING 2 18. 2 13 5 CONDUCTOR COLOR CODING 2 18,2 14 CABLE BONDING AND GROUNDING 2 19.
2 15 CONDUCTOR FORMING AND SHAPING WITHIN ENCLOSURES 2 19. 2 15 1 GENERAL GUIDELINES 2 20,2 15 2 CONDUCTOR FORMING WITH LACING CORD 2 22. 2 15 3 CONDUCTOR FORMING WITH PLASTIC STRAPS 2 22,2 15 4 CONDUCTOR FORMING ACROSS HINGED UNITS 2 23. 2 16 SOLDERING REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES 2 23,2 16 1 SOLDERING IRONS 2 23. 2 17 CABLE ENTRANCE TO EQUIPMENT 2 25, 2 18 PRESSURIZATION AND JACKET REPAIR INSTRUCTIONS 2 26. 2 18 1 PRESSURIZATION 2 26,2 18 2 JACKET REPAIR 2 26.
2 18 2 1 Procedures for Repair of Coaxial Cables 2 28. 2 18 2 2 List of Jacket Repair Materials 2 28,2 19 CABLE TERMINATIONS 2 28. 2 19 1 GENERAL GUIDELINE AND REQUIREMENTS 2 28, 2 19 2 CABLE AND CONDUCTOR TERMINATION WITHIN AN ENCLOSURE 2 28. 2 19 3 CABLE AND CONDUCTOR SHIELD TERMINATIONS 2 29. 2 19 4 SEMI RIGID CABLE END PREPARATION 2 32,2 20 COAXIAL CONNECTORS 2 34. 2 20 1 SELECTION 2 34,2 20 2 INSTALLATION 2 35,2 20 3 WEATHERPROOFING METHODS 2 35. 2 21 ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS 2 35,2 21 1 SELECTION 2 35.
2 21 2 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS 2 36,2 21 3 CONTACT CRIMPING INSTRUCTIONS 2 37. 2 21 4 CONTACT INSERTION INSTRUCTION 2 38,2 21 5 CONTACT REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS 2 38. 2 21 6 STYLE 1 TYPE A SHIELD ENVIRONMENTAL BACKSHELL ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS 2 39. 2 21 7 STYLE 1 TYPE A ARMOR ENVIRONMENTAL BACKSHELL ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS 2 40. 2 21 8 STYLE 1 TYPE B ENVIRONMENTAL BACKSHELL ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS 2 41. 2 21 9 STYLE 1 TYPE C SHIELD TERMINATED TO BACKSHELL ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS 2 41. 2 21 10 STYLE 2 ADAPTER TRANSITION BACKSHELL ASSEMBLIES 2 43. INSTALLATION NAVSEA SE000 00 EIM 110 CONTENTS,TABLE OF CONTENTS. PARAGRAPH PAGE,SECTION 3 SUPPORT EQUIPMENT,3 1 INTRODUCTION 3 1. 3 2 PURPOSE 3 1,3 3 SCOPE 3 1,3 4 SELECTION 3 1, 3 5 SUPPORT EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS 3 1.
3 5 1 COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEMS 3 1,3 5 2 DRY AIR SYSTEMS 3 1. 3 5 3 COOLING WATER SYSTEMS 3 1,3 5 4 FIRE CONTROL SYSTEMS 3 1. 3 5 5 CONNECTION BOXES 3 1,3 6 SAFETY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT ITEMS 3 2. 3 6 1 SAFETY DISCONNECT SWITCHES 3 2,3 6 2 CIRCUIT DISABLEMENT 3 2. 3 6 3 ANTENNA SAFETY DISCONNECT SWITCH 3 2,3 6 4 BATTLE SHORT SWITCH 3 2.
3 6 5 CONVENIENCE RECEPTACLES 3 2,3 6 6 WARNING SIGNS 3 2. 3 6 6 1 Radio Frequency Hazard Signs 3 2,3 6 7 SAFETY SHORTING PROBES 3 4. SECTION 4 ANTENNAS,4 1 INTRODUCTION 4 1,4 2 PURPOSE 4 1. 4 3 SCOPE 4 1,4 4 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 4 1,4 4 1 SELECTION 4 1. 4 4 2 LOCATION 4 1,4 4 3 INSTALLATION 4 1,4 4 4 FOUNDATIONS 4 1.
4 4 5 PRESERVATION 4 1,4 4 6 PERSONNEL PROTECTION 4 2. SECTION 5 WAVEGUIDE AND RIGID COAXIAL LINES,5 1 RECTANGULAR WAVEGUIDE 5 2. 5 1 1 INTRODUCTION 5 2,5 1 1 1 Waveguide Accessories 5 2. 5 1 1 1 1 Bend Assemblies 5 2,5 1 1 1 2 Flexible Assemblies 5 2. 5 1 1 1 3 Twist Assemblies 5 2,5 1 1 1 4 Adapter Assemblies 5 3.
5 1 1 1 5 Flanges 5 3,5 1 1 1 6 Waveguide Pressure Windows 5 3. 5 1 2 TECHNICAL CAPABILITIES 5 3,5 1 3 SHOP PREFABRICATION GUIDELINES 5 3. 5 1 3 1 Inspection 5 3,5 1 3 2 Storage 5 3,5 1 3 3 Handling 5 3. 5 1 3 4 Layout of Waveguide Run 5 3,INSTALLATION NAVSEA SE000 00 EIM 110 CONTENTS. TABLE OF CONTENTS,PARAGRAPH PAGE,5 1 4 ANNEALING 5 4.
5 1 5 MANDRELS AND FILLERS 5 4,5 1 6 BENDING 5 4,5 1 7 TWISTING 5 4. 5 1 8 FLANGES 5 4,5 1 8 1 Contact Flanges 5 5,5 1 8 2 Choke Flanges 5 5. 5 1 8 3 Cover Flanges 5 5,5 1 9 BRAZING 5 5,5 1 10 CLEANING AGENTS 5 5. 5 1 11 CLEANING REQUIREMENTS 5 5,5 1 12 SEALING AND PAINTING 5 5. 5 1 12 1 Chemical Conversion 5 5,5 1 12 2 Protection by Painting 5 5.
5 1 13 SHOP FABRICATION PROCEDURE 5 5,5 1 13 1 Fabrication Data Procurement 5 5. 5 1 13 2 Annealing 5 6,5 1 13 3 Mandrel Selection 5 6. 5 1 13 4 Bending and Twisting 5 6,5 1 13 5 Surface Check 5 6. 5 1 13 6 Cutting 5 6,5 1 13 7 Quality Assurance Check 5 6. 5 1 13 8 Cleaning for Brazing 5 6,5 1 13 9 Flange to Waveguide Fit 5 6.
5 1 13 10 Brazing Operation 5 6,5 1 13 11 Hydrostatic Test 5 6. 5 1 13 12 Post Braze Cleaning 5 7,5 1 13 13 Post Fabrication Inspection 5 7. 5 1 13 14 Chemical Conversion Application 5 7,5 1 13 15 Chemical Conversion Inspection 5 7. 5 1 13 16 Painting of Assembly 5 7,5 1 13 17 Fabrication Inspection 5 8. 5 1 13 18 Pre Brazing Inspection 5 8,5 1 13 19 Post Brazing Inspection 5 8.
5 1 13 19 1 Interior of Waveguide 5 8,5 1 13 19 2 Exterior of Waveguide 5 8. 5 1 13 20 Post Chemical Conversion Inspection 5 9,5 1 13 21 Post Painting Inspection 5 9. 5 1 14 PRESSURIZING AND PURGING 5 9,5 1 15 Dry Air Systems 5 9. 5 1 15 1 Air Connections 5 9,5 1 15 2 Purging 5 9, 5 2 RECTANGULAR WAVEGUIDE INSTALLATION PROCEDURES 5 9. 5 2 1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 5 9,5 2 1 1 Length of Run 5 9.
5 2 1 2 Location of Run 5 9,5 2 1 3 Sequence of Installation 5 10. 5 2 1 4 Clearance 5 10,5 2 1 5 Protection of Waveguide 5 10. 5 2 1 6 Welding to Ships Structure 5 10,INSTALLATION NAVSEA SE000 00 EIM 110 CONTENTS. TABLE OF CONTENTS,PARAGRAPH PAGE, 5 2 1 7 Precautions against Moisture and Dirt 5 10. 5 2 1 8 Structural Fouling 5 10,5 2 1 9 Galvanic Action 5 10.
5 2 1 10 Types of Waveguide Supports Hangers 5 10,5 2 1 11 Penetrations Deck and Bulkhead 5 10. 5 2 1 12 Waveguide Markings 5 10,5 2 1 13 Grounding of Waveguide 5 10. 5 2 1 14 Hardware 5 10,5 2 1 15 Restrictions for Parallel Runs 5 10. 5 2 1 16 Straightness of Runs 5 10,5 2 1 17 Alignment of Flange Joints 5 10. 5 2 1 18 Pressurization 5 10,5 2 1 19 Flexible Waveguide 5 10.
5 2 1 20 Expansion Joints 5 10,5 2 1 21 Preservation 5 11. 5 2 2 PROTECTION OF WAVEGUIDE 5 11,5 2 2 1 Sealing of Individual Sections 5 11. 5 2 2 2 Sealing of Assembled Sections 5 11,5 2 2 3 Flange Face Protection 5 11. 5 2 2 4 Transporting Waveguide Sections and Components 5 11. 5 2 2 5 Warping of Long Waveguide Sections 5 11,5 2 3 LAYOUT OF WAVEGUIDE RUNS 5 11. 5 2 3 1 Templates 5 11,5 2 3 2 Layout 5 11,5 2 3 3 Penetrations Deck and Bulkhead 5 11.
5 2 3 4 Supports Waveguide 5 13,5 2 3 5 Double Ogee Curve 5 13. 5 2 4 WAVEGUIDE SUPPORTS HANGERS 5 13,5 2 4 1 Type of Material 5 13. 5 2 4 2 Size of Material 5 13,5 2 4 3 Support Damage to Waveguide Wall 5 13. 5 2 4 4 Fitting Support to Waveguide 5 13,5 2 4 5 Isolation of Waveguide and Support 5 13. 5 2 4 6 Adjustable Supports 5 13,5 2 4 7 Location of Supports 5 13.
5 2 4 8 Spacing of Supports 5 13,5 2 4 9 Isolation Methods 5 13. 5 2 4 10 Plastisol Coating Procedures 5 15,5 2 4 10 1 Surface Preparation 5 15. 5 2 4 10 2 Priming 5 15,5 2 4 10 3 Application of Plastisol 5 16. 5 2 4 11 Hardware 5 16,5 2 5 PENETRATIONS DECK AND BULKHEADS 5 17. 5 2 5 1 Non Watertight Bulkheads and Decks 5 17,5 2 5 2 Watertight Deck and Bulkheads 5 17.
5 2 5 3 Typical Methods 5 17, 5 2 5 4 Split Sleeve Assemblies for Rectangular Waveguides 5 17. 5 2 5 5 Multi Cable Transit MCT Devices 5 20, 5 2 5 6 Transit Device Modification for Rigid Coaxial Lines 5 20. 5 2 5 7 Transit Device Modification for Rectangular Waveguide 5 20. INSTALLATION NAVSEA SE000 00 EIM 110 CONTENTS,TABLE OF CONTENTS. PARAGRAPH PAGE, 5 2 6 OVERALL WAVEGUIDE RUN ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES 5 22. 5 2 6 1 Shipboard Installation Pre Requirements 5 22. 5 2 6 2 Assembly Sequence 5 22,5 2 6 3 Material Ordering Sequence 5 22.
5 2 6 4 Inspection Prior to Assembly 5 22, 5 2 6 5 Installing Waveguide Supports Hangers 5 23. 5 2 6 6 Pressurization During Assembly 5 23,5 2 6 7 Waveguide Hardware 5 24. 5 2 6 8 Illustrative Installation Explanations 5 28. 5 2 7 PURGING AND PRESSURIZING SHIPBOARD 5 30,5 2 7 1 Temporary Pressurization 5 30. 5 2 7 2 Tightness Test 5 30,5 2 7 3 Method for Detecting Leaks 5 30. 5 2 7 4 Purging Procedures 5 30,5 2 7 5 Purging Requirements 5 30.
5 2 8 GROUNDING OF WAVEGUIDE RUNS 5 30,5 2 9 PRESERVATION OF WAVEGUIDE 5 30. 5 2 9 1 Exterior Surface Painting 5 31, 5 2 9 2 Waveguide Requiring Additional Heat Dissipation 5 31. 5 2 9 3 Flange Joint Protection after Installation 5 31. 5 2 10 QUALITY CONTROL INSPECTION 5 31,5 2 10 1 Straight Line Deviation 5 31. 5 2 10 2 Penetration Alignment 5 31,5 2 10 3 Support Alignment 5 31. 5 2 10 4 Flange Joint Alignment 5 31,5 2 10 5 Dents and Cuts 5 31.
5 2 10 6 Isolation 5 31,5 2 10 7 Support Fit 5 31,5 2 10 8 Support Spacing 5 31. 5 2 10 9 Quantity of Supports 5 31,5 2 10 10 Protective Guards 5 31. 5 2 10 11 Flange Faces 5 31,5 2 10 12 Protective Labels and Markings 5 32. 5 2 10 13 Pressurization 5 32,5 2 10 14 Component Certification 5 32. 5 2 10 15 Clearance and Access 5 32,5 2 10 16 Preservation 5 32.
5 2 10 17 Parallel Transmission Line Runs 5 32,5 2 10 18 Grounding 5 32. 5 2 11 ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS AND TESTS 5 32,5 2 11 1 Test Equipment Requirements 5 32. 5 2 11 2 Insertion Loss Measurements 5 32,5 2 11 2 1 Theoretical Attenuation 5 32. 5 2 11 2 2 Maximum Allowable Insertion Loss 5 32, 5 2 11 3 Voltage Standing Wave Ratio Measurements 5 33. 5 2 11 4 Test Reports 5 33,5 3 RIGID COAXIAL LINES 5 33.
5 3 1 INTRODUCTION 5 33,5 3 2 PRE FABRICATION 5 33. 5 3 3 INSPECTION 5 34,INSTALLATION NAVSEA SE000 00 EIM 110 CONTENTS. TABLE OF CONTENTS,PARAGRAPH PAGE,5 3 4 STORAGE 5 34. 5 3 5 HANDLING 5 35, 5 3 6 STRAIGHT SECTIONS INNER COUPLING AND FLANGES 5 35. 5 3 7 ELBOW ASSEMBLIES 5 35,5 3 8 GAS INLET AND GAS BARRIER COUPLINGS 5 35.
5 3 9 REDUCERS 5 35,5 3 10 ADAPTERS 5 35,5 3 11 FLEXIBLE COAXIAL ASSEMBLIES 5 37. 5 3 12 STRAIGHT ASSEMBLIES 5 37,5 3 13 FABRICATION 5 37. 5 3 13 1 Cutting Outer Conductor 5 37,5 3 13 2 Installing Flanges 5 38. 5 3 13 3 Cutting Inner Conductor 5 38, 5 3 13 4 Installing Field Flange For Emergency Repair of Copper Lines 5 39. 5 3 14 CHEMICAL CONVERSION 5 39,5 3 14 1 Inspection of Coating 5 39.
5 3 14 2 Removal of Chemical Film 5 39,5 3 15 PAINTING 5 39. 5 3 15 1 Before Installation 5 39,5 3 15 2 After Installation 5 39. 5 3 16 PRESSURIZING AND PURGING 5 39,5 4 RIGID COAXIAL LINES INSTALLA. navsea se000 00 eim 110 0967 lp 000 0110 navy installation and maintenance book nimb installation standards distribution statement b distribution authorized to u

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