Mechanical Systems and Structural Test

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Expand Mechanical Test Capacity Faster

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We are in the middle of a race to the stars. In a bid to win that race, mechanical and propulsion systems in aerospace are growing more complex. Whether we are testing new materials that have never been used, new propulsion systems that are breaking the norms, or decades-old structures and pumps, let’s design and deploy strain, pressure, temperature, vibration, and other sensor-based test systems faster together.

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Static and Fatigue Structural Testing

Aircraft and space launch vehicles undergo extensive fatigue testing to prove that they can survive the stresses of flight before deployment. Because structural test and mechanical engineering teams must be confident that they can pass the months- or years-long tests, preliminary structural testing should gather enough information about possible failure points before fatigue testing begins.

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