U.S. Navy Develops Advanced Deck Shock Simulator

The U.S. Navy has developed a Deck Simulator Shock Machine (DSSM) that the service says improves shipboard electronics reliability while saving $75,000 per test. The machine evaluates state-of-the-art, vibration-sensitive electronics cabinets weighing up to 1,500 lb. on shock isolation mounts, Navy...

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