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The U.S. Navy Eyes A Shock Trial-Free Future

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The U.S. Navy is debating the utility of shock trials. Shock trials test how ships handle undersea explosions, giving sailors a better understanding of how the vessel will hold up in battle. In technical terms, shock trials make the hull vibrate to see how the installed and integrated components respond to ensure the ship can continue to fight. Once a regular feature of naval shipbuilding, the Navy’s enthusiasm for this real-world simulation of battlefield conditions has dwindled over time. Why? https://www.forbes.com/sites/craighooper/2020/03/28/the-us-navy-eyes-a-shock-trial-free-future/#239ee7374c61

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