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GEO / CIVIL / SEISMIC TESTING / NO. 31 / JANUARY 2017 
Force & Motion: Information to move your mechanical testing to new levels of certainty
 
IN THIS ISSUE
Exploring Inherent Cross-coupling Among Various Seismic Shake Table Configurations
Fully Local MTS Echo® Solution Now Available
MTS Civil Hybrid Simulation Introductory Package
  MTS Systems Geo Civil Seismic Testing
 
Understanding the fidelity limitations of different actuator geometries
 
Exploring Inherent Cross-coupling Among Various Seismic Shake Table Configurations
 
Recently, Brad Thoen, MTS senior staff engineer, embarked on a study to explore the factors that exacerbate cross-coupling in seismic shake tables and analyze, compare and rank five common actuator geometries (table configurations) from the standpoint of inherent dynamic cross-coupling.

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Fully Local MTS Echo® Solution Now Available
 
The power of MTS Echo Intelligent Lab is now available in a local network configuration. The new MTS Echo Hub allows lab managers and personnel to remotely monitor test status and test equipment health from within their network.

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  MTS Systems Civil Hybrid Simulation  
MTS Civil Hybrid Simulation Introductory Package
 
Quickly and affordably establish hybrid simulation capabilities for education, demonstration and basic research.

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