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AEROSPACE TESTING / NO. 43 / JULY 2016 
Force & Motion: Information to move your mechanical testing to new levels of certainty
 
IN THIS ISSUE
Extending the Life of Aging Aircraft
Suspension Testing Lab Remotely Monitors Test Progress
MTS Offers Automated Calibration for FlexTest® and
MTS FlexDAC® 20 Hardware
  MTS Aerospace Testing
 
Explore the fatigue life of composite components and structures.
 
Extending the Life of Aging Aircraft
 
Dr. Waruna Seneviratne discusses how researchers at the National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) use MTS testing hardware, software and controls to gain deeper insight into the fatigue life of aging composite structures and components.

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Suspension Testing Lab Remotely Monitors Test Progress
 
BWI Group, a leading global manufacturer of vehicle brake and suspension systems, uses MTS remote monitoring technology to help ensure meaningful test results and maintain peak productivity.

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  MTS Aerospace Testing  
MTS Offers Automated Calibration for FlexTest® and
MTS FlexDAC® 20 Hardware
 
Quickly and efficiently verify and document the measurement accuracy of MTS controllers and data acquisition units.

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