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AEROSPACE TESTING / NO. 11 / JULY 2008
 
Force & Motion: Information to move your mechanical testing to new levels of certainty
 
IN THIS ISSUE
Aerospace Testing Thought Leaders Gather to Share Insight and Expertise
MTS introduces new application-specific MTS Landmark test systems
Achieving optimal structural test execution times
  V11 - Aero - Lead Feature
 
Fascinating presentations, demonstrations and the open exchange of ideas made the 2008 Aero Users’ Group Meeting a highly valuable event for all in attendance.
 
Aerospace Testing Thought Leaders Gather to Share Insight and Expertise
 
Early survey results confirm that the majority of participants considered the 2008 Worldwide MTS Aero Users’ Group Meeting highly beneficial for enhancing their test programs. More than 50 aerospace test professionals from seven countries attended the event, which was held May 1415 at MTS headquarters in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.

On May 16, 15 attendees flew to Wichita, Kansas, for an optional tour of the Cessna and National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) test facilities.

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  V11 - ALL - Material Feature  
MTS introduces new application-specific MTS Landmark test systems
 
Two new application-specific versions of the MTS Landmark™ servohydraulic test system are now available: one for damper testing and one elastomer testing. Both systems are configured with options and accessories that make them ideal for their intended applications.

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  V11 - Aero - Product Feature  
Achieving optimal structural test execution times
 
Offered as a standard feature of new MTS AeroPro™ 6.0 software, Profile Segment Optimization (PSO) optimizes profile segment times by making automatic transition time adjustments, enabling the improvement of the next execution of the same profile.

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