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MATERIALS TESTING / NO. 40 / OCTOBER 2015 
Force & Motion: Information to move your mechanical testing to new levels of certainty
 
IN THIS ISSUE
Entering a New Era of Strain Measurement
MTS Echo® Test Tracking Automates Test Status Reporting
Maximize Non-contact Measurement with MTS Advantage™ Video Extensometer (AVX)
  MTS Materials Testing
 
New strain measurement techniques for bonded aircraft repairs.
 
Entering a New Era of Strain Measurement
 
Dr. Waruna Seneviratne is a technical director of Composites and Structures Laboratories at the National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR). NIAR at Wichita State University is the largest university aviation R&D institution in the U.S. In this Q&A, Dr. Seneviratne discusses an innovative approach to strain measurement in bonded aircraft repairs, which the NIAR team presented recently for the 2015 MTS Aerospace Users’ Group Meeting.

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  MTS Echo Software  
MTS Echo® Test Tracking Automates Test Status Reporting
 
Use the power of MTS Echo Test Tracking to reduce time spent on phone calls and emails to report on test status.

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  MTS Advantage Video Extensometer  
Maximize Non-contact Measurement with MTS Advantage™ Video Extensometer (AVX)
 
Non-contact video extensometry improves the speed and accuracy of strain measurement.

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