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AEROSPACE TESTING / NO. 30 / APRIL 2013 
Force & Motion: Information to move your mechanical testing to new levels of certainty
 
IN THIS ISSUE
The Challenges of Implementing Data Acquisition into Aerospace Structural Testing
Expanded MTS HydraulixSM Program Enables Complete Hydraulic System Monitoring
High-fidelity Vibration Simulation
  MTS Aerospace Testing
 
Exploring the need for integrated, flexible DAC solutions.
 
The Challenges of Implementing Data Acquisition into Aerospace Structural Testing
 
Dan Van Horn, Senior Software Engineer for MTS, has focused on integrating data acquisition systems into complex aircraft structural test setups since 1999. In this Q&A, he explains the challenges data acquisition (DAC) can pose for test labs and how MTS is introducing new ways to solve them.

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  MTS Hydraulix  
Expanded MTS HydraulixSM Program Enables Complete Hydraulic System Monitoring
 
Condition-based monitoring of your hydraulic components and distribution system maximizes uptime and helps reduce energy costs.

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  MTS Vibration Simulation  
High-fidelity Vibration Simulation
 
Accurately replicate the vibration phenomena of real-world service environments of aircraft components and subsystems in controlled laboratory settings.

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