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Old 29th November 2004, 10:07 AM
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Let Me Help You MIL-STD-1916 vs. MIL-STD-105E - What are the differences between the two documents?

I will appreciate if anybody could help with the differences between this 2, and when should one be used instead of the other.

Also is 1916 tha same as C=0?

thanks

CSOTO

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Old 29th November 2004, 11:08 AM
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I will appreciate if anybody could help with the differences between this 2, and when should one be used instead of the other.

Also is 1916 tha same as C=0?

thanks

CSOTO
Mil-std-1916 has within it a sampling plan that is C=0. The standard is more than a sampling plan. The differences are discussed in many threads in the cove. You can find these threads by using the search function for mil-std-1916 and mil-std-105. I believe you have posted this same question in the follwing thread http://elsmar.com/Forums/showthread....highlight=1916

The handbook posted in the thread explains the basis of the plan. The differences in the two plans mil-std-105 and mil-std-1916 can be seen by comparing the operating characteristic curves of each. If you need a copy of 105E, PM me with your e-mail address and I will e-mail it to you.
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