shakedown period

shakedown period
1) Морской термин: гарантийный период плавания корабля
2) Вычислительная техника: начальный период использования, период освоения (системы), период приработки (системы), этап опытной эксплуатации

Универсальный англо-русский словарь. . 2011.

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  • shakedown — shake‧down [ˈʆeɪkdaʊn] also shake down noun [countable] 1. a period of time when people start to get used to a new arrangement and it becomes more effective: • The company is expected to enter its final shakedown phase by the middle of September …   Financial and business terms

  • Shakedown — may refer to: * Shakedown (continuum mechanics), a type of plastic deformation * Shakedown (testing), a period of testing undergone by a ship, airplane or other craft * Extortion, a criminal act of coercion or intimidation for personal… …   Wikipedia

  • shakedown — shake|down [ˈʃeıkdaun] n 1.) AmE informal when someone gets money from another person by using threats ▪ a Mafia shakedown 2.) AmE informal a thorough search of a place or a person ▪ No weapons were found during the shakedown. 3.) a period of… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Shakedown (testing) — A shakedown is a period of testing or a trial journey undergone by a ship, aircraft or other craft and its crew before being declared operational. Example procedures Racing CarsMost racing cars require a shakedown test before being used at a race …   Wikipedia

  • shakedown — noun Date: circa 1730 1. an improvised bed (as one made up on the floor) 2. a boisterous dance 3. an act or instance of shaking someone down; especially extortion 4. a thorough search 5. a process or period of adjustment 6. a testing under… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • shakedown — n. improvised bed made from straw; adjustment period; extortion of money; test voyage performed in order to check a new vessel for faults or defects; thorough search …   English contemporary dictionary

  • USS Brough (DE-148) — was an Edsall class destroyer escort, the first United States Navy ship so named. This ship was named for Lieutenant Junior Grade David Atkins Brough (15 June 1914–1942), a Naval Aviator who was awarded the Air Medal posthumously for his actions… …   Wikipedia

  • USS Whipple (FF-1062) — The third USS Whipple (DE 1062) was a Knox class destroyer escort, later redesignated as a frigate (FF 1062) in the United States Navy.Construction Whipple was laid down on 24 April 1967 at Seattle, Washington, by the Todd Shipyards Corporation;… …   Wikipedia

  • USS Taylor (DD-468) — USS Taylor (DD/DDE 468) was a Fletcher class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for Rear Admiral William Rogers Taylor (1811 ndash;1889). She was laid down on 28 August 1941 at Bath, Maine, by the Bath Iron Works Corp.; launched on 7 June …   Wikipedia

  • USS Bremerton (CA-130) — USS Bremerton (CA 130), named for the city of Bremerton in Washington state, was a Baltimore class heavy cruiser laid down by the New York Shipbuilding Corporation at Camden in New Jersey on 1 February 1943, launched on 2 July 1944 by Miss… …   Wikipedia

  • USS James K. Polk (SSBN-645) — USS James K. Polk (SSBN/SSN 645), a Benjamin Franklin class ballistic missile submarine, was the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for James K. Polk (1795–1849), the eleventh President of the United States. Her keel was laid down on …   Wikipedia

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