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IMAGE: DAHLGREN, Va. - Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) engineer Shawn Schneider mounts an adapter plate to an Unholtz-Dickie T-2000 electro-dynamic vibration system capable of providing over 24,000 pounds of force in vibration at frequencies up to and exceeding 3,000 hertz (cycles per second). These systems are used to replicate shock and vibration environments experienced by test items during their lifecycle to ensure that performance and safety are not compromised prior to use by the warfighter. NSWCDD announced on March 20 that Schneider won the 2018 Department of the Navy Award for Technical Excellence at a Test and Evaluation Facility or Range. The engineer was honored for extraordinary scientific and engineering contributions to the test and evaluation community in the area of multi-input-multi-output vibration test profiles.
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Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division - DAHLGREN, Va. - Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) engineer Shawn Schneider mounts an adapter plate to an Unholtz-Dickie T-2000 electro-dynamic vibration system capable of providing over 24,000 pounds of force in vibration at frequencies up to and exceeding 3,000 hertz (cycles per second). These systems are used to replicate shock and vibration environments experienced by test items during their lifecycle to ensure that performance and safety are not compromised prior to use by the warfighter. NSWCDD announced on March 20 that Schneider won the 2018 Department of the Navy Award for Technical Excellence at a Test and Evaluation Facility or Range. The engineer was honored for extraordinary scientific and engineering contributions to the test and evaluation community in the area of multi-input-multi-output vibration test profiles.


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