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AEROSPACE TESTING / NO. 26 / APRIL 2012 
Force & Motion: Information to move your mechanical testing to new levels of certainty
 
IN THIS ISSUE
A Matter of Degrees
New MTS Echo™ Software: Monitor any test, at any time, from anywhere
New Model 633.11 Elevated Temperature Axial Extensometer
  V26 - AERO - Lead Feature
 
Dr. Erik Schwarzkopf shares his expertise in overcoming the considerable technical complexities involved in conducting materials tests at elevated temperatures.
 
A Matter of Degrees
 
Backed by a PhD in mechanical metallurgy and several decades of hands-on experience in all varieties of high-temperature testing, MTS R&D Engineer and Staff Scientist Erik Schwarzkopf discusses the challenges of maintaining precise control of testing temperatures.

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  V26 - ALL - Product Feature  
New MTS Echo™ Software: Monitor any test, at any time, from anywhere
 
Imagine having access to the status of your test without being on the lab floor — or even at your office. Imagine knowing that all is running smoothly at one or more locations with a quick glance at your smartphone, tablet or PC, and receiving an e-mail or text message as a test’s status changes.

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  V26 - Aero - Gen - Product Feature  
New Model 633.11 Elevated Temperature Axial Extensometer
 
Obtain accurate axial strain measurements in environments up to 540˚ C without external cooling.

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