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GEO/CIVIL/SEISMIC TESTING / NO. 5 / JULY 2010 
Force & Motion: Information to move your mechanical testing to new levels of certainty
 
IN THIS ISSUE
Debugging Design Codes
Disaster Recovery
Improving Wind Turbine Reliability: Blade Test Solutions
  V5 - GEO - Lead Feature
 
MTS partners with a university research department to achieve real-world seismic testing of full-scale civil structures.
 
Debugging Design Codes
 
Professor Carol Shield, Ph.D., and her colleagues at the Multi-Axial Subassemblage Testing (MAST) Lab at the University of Minnesota are performing real-world seismic simulations on full-scale civil structures to verify design codes, and explore new materials and systems to optimize civil project safety and cost-effectiveness. To achieve the extremely large loads and strokes required for these multi-axial simulations, they partnered with MTS to develop the world’s highest capacity 6DOF mechanical test system

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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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  V5 - GEO - Product Feature  
Improving Wind Turbine Reliability: Blade Test Solutions
 
MTS blade testing solutions combine state-of-the-art MTS technology, complex systems integration expertise and comprehensive facilities planning to help you meet a full spectrum of static and fatigue testing requirements.

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