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This 5-day course will provide a comprehensive treatment of practical shock design and analytical shock simulation with special emphasis on requirements, methods, and procedures for naval qualification for shock produced by underwater explosion by both test and analytical means.
The course will be especially useful to those concerned with shock design and/or qualification of structures, machinery, and equipment for U.S. Navy combatant vessels. Current applicable acquisition programs include DDG 51, DDG 1000, LPD 17, SSN 774, OHIO Replacement, CVN 78, LHA 6, LCS 1&2, FF, as well as fleet upgrades and service life extensions.
Although this course is aimed primarily at shock design applications on naval vessels, the analysis and design techniques presented are equally applicable to design and modeling related to seismic shock, blast induced ground shock, pyroshock, gun fire shock, ballistic shock and vehicle mobility shock.
Topics covered will include:
- Introduction to Mechanical Shock
- Review of Basic Vibration Theory and SDOF Systems
- Navy Shock Qualification Process
- Shock Qualification by Extension
- Shock Qualifications by Test
- Underwater Shock Phenomena
- Shock Qualification by DDAM
- Practical Design Considerations
- Optimum Foundation Design
- Shock Measurement
- Overview of the Shock Response Spectrum (SRS)
- 2-Dimensional Normal Mode Theory
- 3-Dimensional Normal Mode Theory
- Multi-Degree-of-Freedom Systems
- Special Design and Analysis Tools
- Use of Finite Element Analysis for DDAM Transient Analysis
- Comparison of MDOF System Response from Transient Analysis and SRS/Mode Superposition
The $2,250 Registration Fee a comprehensive set of course notes, a compilation of papers by the instructors, and text book Naval Shock Analysis & Design by Rudolph J. Scavuzzo and Henry C. Pusey and lunch daily.
Please register as soon as possible to ensure course availability. All courses are subject to cancellation if adequate attendance is not met.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You may contact the Shock Course Manager, Lauren Yancey, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding the course.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Registrations are transferrable between people within the same organization.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, you do not need to bring a printed ticket to the course.
What is the refund policy?
We understand that things happen, and if you are unable to attende the course, we are happy to work with you to either transfer your registration to a future class, transfer your registration to another person in your organization, or refund your registration. Refunds requested within 15 days of the start date of a course will forfeit a $100 administration fee.