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Mechanical shock events are as varied as the systems they influence. Shocks can occur in many forms, with many different dynamic parameters. While mechanical shocks can be varied in their sources and characteristics, many similarities do exist and the same analysis techniques are applicable to all types of mechanical shock events. This chapter provides an overview and context for several different types of mechanical shock events including transportation, handling, pyroshock, seismic, and military shocks. It is intended to introduce some of the most common sources of mechanical shock and show that while they originate from disparate sources, they have many similarities.
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- Common Mechanical Shock Environments
- Chapter 2
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