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AEROSPACE TESTING / NO. 19 / JULY 2010 
Force & Motion: Information to move your mechanical testing to new levels of certainty
 
IN THIS ISSUE
Pushing the Boundaries of Noninvasive Materials Characterization
Disaster Recovery
Your single resource for high-temperature low-cycle fatigue testing solutions
  V19 - Aero - Lead Feature
 
MTS helps a university research department develop innovative tools for exploring the behavior of thermal barrier coatings.
 
Pushing the Boundaries of Noninvasive Materials Characterization
 
Seetha Raghavan, Ph.D., and a team of students at the University of Central Florida (UCF) are performing innovative testing on the ceramic thermal barrier coatings used in jet engines, employing both spectroscopy and high-energy x-rays to analyze the materials’ behavior under specific thermal and mechanical loads. To meet the challenging load control and complex system integration demands of such testing, the UCF team is leveraging high-resolution MTS electromechanical load frame technology and advanced testing expertise.

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  V19 - ALL - Material Feature  
Disaster Recovery
 
MTS helps a leading engine manufacturer dramatically improve efficiency after a flood strikes its testing facility.

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  V19 - Aero - Product Feature  
Your single resource for high-temperature low-cycle fatigue testing solutions
 
MTS offers the precision controls, hardware and support you need to conduct cyclic strain-controlled tests of metal, ceramic and composite materials in the elastic-plastic region at elevated temperatures.

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