# Shock response spectrum

**shock responseshock spectrum analysis**

A Shock Response Spectrum (SRS) is a graphical representation of a shock, or any other transient acceleration input, in terms of how a Single Degree Of Freedom (SDOF) system (like a mass on a spring) would respond to that input.wikipedia

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### Shock (mechanics)

**shockmechanical shockImpact shock**

A Shock Response Spectrum (SRS) is a graphical representation of a shock, or any other transient acceleration input, in terms of how a Single Degree Of Freedom (SDOF) system (like a mass on a spring) would respond to that input.

The Shock response spectrum is a method for further evaluating a mechanical shock.

### Extreme response spectrum

The x-axis refers to the natural frequency and the y-axis to the highest peak multiplied by the square of the quantity (2 π x natural frequency), by analogy with the relative displacement shock response spectrum.

### Shock and vibration data logger

**Shock data loggerconcussion sensorslogger**

Use of shock response spectrum analysis is also useful.

### Standard gravity

**gacceleration due to gravityacceleration of gravity**

It is often plotted with frequency in Hz, and with acceleration in units of g

### Shock detector

**Impact monitorImpact sensor**

### Dynamic design analysis method

The analysis uses a form of shock spectrum analysis that estimates the dynamic response of a component to shock loading caused by the sudden movement of a naval vessel.

### Shock mount

**shock-mountshock**

The Shock response spectrum is a method for further evaluating a mechanical shock.

### DNA repair

**DNA damagerepairtranslesion synthesis**

Similarities to environmental shock response indicates that a general global stress response pathway exist at the level of transcriptional activation.

### Package cushioning

**CushioningPacking Materialsend-cap**

### Pyroshock

Shock response spectrum (SRS) analysis is used to measure the acceleration as a function of frequency and the total energy of the applied shock pulse.