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MATERIALS TESTING / NO. 8 / OCTOBER 2007 
Force & Motion: Information to move your mechanical testing to new levels of certainty
 
IN THIS ISSUE
Efficiently Explorig New Fossil Fuel Sources
SEM and fatigue-testing capabilities in a single instrument
New accessories dramatically expand monotonic testing applications
  V8 - GEN - Lead Feature
 
Advanced MTS technology enables the fast, precise characterization of materials encountered while exploring potential new sources of oil and natural gas.
 
Efficiently Explorig New Fossil Fuel Sources
 
Emerging economies and dwindling supplies have sent demand for fossil fuels skyward.  These conditions are forcing energy companies to explore new possibilities for meeting oil and natural gas demands, many of which involve difficult and unfamiliar extraction procedures.

Greg Pence, MTS Application Engineer, explains how advanced MTS test technology can positively influence the outcomes of new exploration and production initiatives.

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  V8 - ALL - Material Product Feature  
SEM and fatigue-testing capabilities in a single instrument
 
MTS recently partnered with German company VisiTec to develop a device that supports full fatigue testing within a large-chamber scanning electron microscope (LC-SEM), giving engineers unprecedented insight into how material damage progresses over time.

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  V8 - GEN - Product Feature  
New accessories dramatically expand monotonic testing applications
 
MTS further broadens the utility of the MTS Insight™ electromechanical test system with the introduction of the affordable MTS Fundamental™ accessories family, along with several new grip, fixture and platen additions to the MTS Bionix® accessories line.

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