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Force & Motion: Information to move your mechanical testing to new levels of certainty
Getting Around the Bend
New MTS Echo™ Software: Monitor any test, at any time, from anywhere
Accurately Evaluate Rock, Concrete or Other Materials
  V12 - GEO - Lead Feature
MTS helps seismic researchers better understand curved bridge behavior during earthquakes.
Getting Around the Bend
“Our ability to study differential motion fills a longstanding void for curved bridge seismic testing. For example, we can now simulate an earthquake wave hitting one pier before the next, or with one pier on soil and the other on rock. Such realism cannot be achieved with a single table, no matter how big it is.”
-Patrick Laplace, Ph.D., Large Scale Structures Laboratory Manager at UNR-NEES

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  V26 - ALL - Product Feature  
New MTS Echo™ Software: Monitor any test, at any time, from anywhere
Imagine having access to the status of your test without being on the lab floor — or even at your office. Imagine knowing that all is running smoothly at one or more locations with a quick glance at your smartphone, tablet or PC, and receiving an e-mail or text message as a test’s status changes.

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  V12 - GEO - Product Feature  
Accurately Evaluate Rock, Concrete or Other Materials
MTS 815 and 816 Test Systems are fully integrated high-force test systems optimized for carefully controlled characterization of brittle materials.

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