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Craig Dees

Nuclear Research Facility Engineer

Research Areas:
Mechanical Testing; Space Nuclear Power and Isotope Technologies; Nuclear Engineering

Biography:

Education:

Bachelors Degree, Mechanical Engineering, Utah State University, 1997

Masters Degree, Mechanical Engineering, Utah State University, 1999

Presentations:

Nitrile O-ring cracking: A case of Vacuum Flange O-ring Failures. Presented to the American Glovebox Society 2016 annual conference.

Neutron Radiation Shielding Strategies for Glovebox Applications. Presented to the American Glovebox Society 2017 annual conference.

Research Interests:

Mechanical vibration testing of Radioisotope Power Systems and small components for space applications. Testing capabilities include Sine, Random, Force Limited, and Quasi-Static vibration testing. Capabilities also include test instrumentation engineering, high speed data acquisition, and test result analysis. Vibration fixture engineering, design, and testing.

Nuclear glovebox engineering, design, and testing. Broad range of mechanical engineering duties related to nuclear facility modifications to support glovebox installation and operation.

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