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AEROSPACE TESTING / NO. 18 / APRIL 2009 
Force & Motion: Information to move your mechanical testing to new levels of certainty
 
IN THIS ISSUE
Taking Materials Testing to the Extreme
Docking Safely
MTS Fracture Mechanics Solutions
  V18 - Aero - Lead Feature
 
MTS helps a Florida university extend its mechanical testing into extreme environments to better serve students and local industry.
 
Taking Materials Testing to the Extreme
 
Tasked with expanding the materials characterization program at the University of Central Florida’s Department of Mechanical, Materials & Aerospace Engineering, Dr. Ali P. Gordon leverages proven MTS technology and advanced systems integration expertise to achieve world-class high-temperature testing capabilities.

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  V18 - ALL - Material Feature  
Docking Safely
 
Whenever a marine vessel enters a port, a significant amount of energy gets transferred between the berthing vessel and the rigid docking structure in place to receive it. Maritime International Inc., headquartered in Broussard, Louisiana, specializes in the engineering and manufacturing of fendering systems designed to safely absorb the momentum of berthing vessels, helping to protect both docks and ships.

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  V18 - Aero - Product Feature  
MTS Fracture Mechanics Solutions
 
Test engineers worldwide rely on MTS test solutions to meet a full range of fracture toughness and fatigue crack growth requirements.

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