Shock

Intermediate
Shock Testing

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A brief overview will examine types of shocks, including classical waveform, transient, pyrotechnic, and seismic. The problems of measuring and analyzing shocks will be explored, and some helpful tips will be offered. The course will expand into specific shock applications, including MIL-S-901 Underwater Explosion, ballistic impact, and repetitive events.

Course outline     Who should attend?    Course materials     Instructor     Next date and location


Course outline
  • Where does shock come from?
  • Reviewing the types of shock
  • Developing shock requirements and tests
  • Executing shock tests
  • Measuring and analyzing shock
    • Using the Life Cycle Environmental Profile (LCEP)
    • Understanding the sensors
    • Understanding the analytical approaches: Shock Response Spectrum, pseudo velocity, filter theory
  • Shock Response Spectrum
  • Pseudo velocity
  • Filter theory
  • Shock applications
    • Mil-S 901 Underwater Explosion Testing
    • Ballistic impact and pyroshock
    • Repetitive shock
  • Supporting “war stories” and exercises
  • Shock testing – putting it together
Who should attend?

I need to advance my shock testing knowledge because:
  • I have already taken courses on the basics of shock testing
  • I am an engineer who has had experience in this type of testing
Course materials
  • Copy of PowerPoint presentation in course binder
  • Certificate of attendance for completion of CEUs
Continuing Education Units: .3 CEUs

Instructor

Robert Anderson


Next date and location

April 30, 2018
8:30 - 11:45 a.m.
During ESTECH 2018
Caribe Royale
Orlando, Florida
Registration opening January 2018