Testing services - climatic environmental test
Due to the effects of solar radiation, the oceans, lands, mountains and forests have obvious regional characteristics, resulting in different kinds of climate, such as tropical rain forest climate, Mediterranean climate, polar climate, plateau climate, forest climate, urban climate, mountain climate and lacustrine climate.
Definition of the test: Climatic environmental test refers to the process of exposing a product to a specific climatic environment and determining the influence of the climatic environment on it, including natural environmental test and laboratory environment test. The climatic environmental test considers the various climatic environment factors that the product may encounter and its adaptability to various climatic environment factors (such as temperature, humidity, light, solar radiation and salt spray).
Purpose of the test: The climatic environmental test examines the products’ adaptability to the environment and determines whether the products meet the environmental requirements of the site of use during the entire life cycle of the products. It is a very effective measure to assess the products and expose the problems in the product design and manufacturing quality through environmental test, so as to improve their reliability.
Climatic environment characteristics
Tropical desert climate: High temperature throughout the year, hot and dry, with little rain.
Mediterranean climate: Hot and dry in summer, and mild and rainy in winter.
Tropical (savanna) climate: High temperature throughout the year, and each year consists of dry season and wet season.
Tropical rainforest climate: Hot and rainy throughout the year, and very humid.
Tropical monsoon climate: High temperature throughout the year, and each year consists of dry season and rainy season.
Subtropical monsoon and subtropical humid climate: High temperature and rainy in summer, and mild and rainless in winter.
World Climate Type Map
Temperate maritime climate: Mild and rainy throughout the year.
Temperate monsoon climate: Hot and rainy in summer, and cold and dry in winter.
Temperate continental climate: Cold in winter and hot in summer, large year temperature difference, droughty and rainless, and scarce precipitation mainly concentrated in summer.
Subfrigid coniferous forest climate: Long and cold winter, short and cool summer, and scarce precipitation mainly concentrated in summer.
Polar tundra climate: Long and cold winter, short and low-temperature summer, scare precipitation concentrated in the hottest months.
Polar ice field climate: Extremely cold throughout the year, and rare precipitation, mostly less than 100mm.
Plateau mountain climate: The vertical change of the climate is obvious, and the temperature decreases with the increase of the altitude, and vice versa. (In general, for each increase of 100 meters in the altitude, the temperature decreases by 0.6 degrees Celsius.) Low temperature throughout the year, the year temperature difference is relatively small, and the diurnal temperature difference is relatively large.
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