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GROUND VEHICLE TESTING / NO. 45 / JANUARY 2017 
Force & Motion: Information to move your mechanical testing to new levels of certainty
 
IN THIS ISSUE
The Promise of Virtual Testing
Fully Local MTS Echo® Solution Now Available
Model 814 Spinning Torsion Performance Evolves
  MTS Ground Vehicle Testing
 
Integrating analysis and physical testing tools to accelerate vehicle development
 
The Promise of Virtual Testing
 
Under relentless pressure to shorten development cycles and reduce costs, auto manufacturers are increasingly exploring ways to use analysis tools to perform meaningful virtual evaluations of vehicle designs early on, well before the availability of physical prototypes. The ability to obtain accurate predicted - or calculated - loads in this fashion augments the effectiveness of component physical testing, enables early identification and elimination of design flaws, reduces the need for rework and reliance on prototypes, and streamlines design validation. This article recounts MTS’ ongoing investigation of Virtual Testing as a viable means for obtaining such loads.

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  MTS Echo  
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 Model 814 Spinning Torsion  
Model 814 Spinning Torsion Performance Evolves
 
MTS recently extended the capabilities of its Model 814 Spinning Torsion System to support industry research into the new higher torque transmissions needed for fuel-efficient, reduced-cylinder internal combustion engines.

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