The U.S. Navy submarine and surface fleets have relied on Cardinal Engineering and their staff for decades to make certain that our service members have full operational capabilities when they need them the most.
Shock Survivability Design and Analysis
Survivability is a core element of any new warship system or platform design. From advanced research into weapons threats and shock mitigation technology, to development and application of innovative analysis techniques and tools, the Cardinal team has been at the forefront of shock design and analysis on over a dozen ship classes. Recognized as Subject Matter Experts throughout the Navy, Cardinal Engineering provides: new developments in shock modeling and analysis; codification of new methods and techniques; and compliance assurance for new component, system and platform designs.
Whether shock qualifying by test, extension, or analysis, Cardinal can help you make sure your equipment works when you need it most. Cardinal’s expertise is sought-after in the field of shock qualification, and partners in both Navy and industry have trusted us to guide systems through the process for both surface and submarine fleets. Drawing on our expertise in the requirements of MIL-DTL-901E, and its predecessor MIL-S-901D, the Cardinal team has the understanding to bring your systems into compliance in the most cost-effective manner.