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strain gauge

a device, employing the Wheatstone bridge principle, used for accurate measurement of forces such as strain, stress, or pressure.
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Many customers have contacted us about the possibility of adding a strain gauge to the actuators as an add-on.
LW Finder is able to overcome challenges of identifying the appropriate location when utilizing strain gauges to measure structural loads.
Both systems offer quicker test coupon preparation when compared to bonded strain gauges, requiring only removal of surface mill scale, spraying with low-reflection paint and installation of contrasting adhesive-backed markers where gauges would usually be located.
These equations were used to calculate calibration coefficients of strain gauges installed in a wing of a small sports aircraft.
Therefore, a sensor with strain gauges was designed for the purpose of biaxial force measurement.
The strain gauges on the incident bar are mounted in such a way that the distance between the strain gauges and the specimen is more than the distance between the clamp and the torque pulley.
Twelve (including three spares) Sawbones[R] proximal femurs were mounted and strain gauges attached in the same manner as described above.
The strain gauge method can investigate only a few small areas on the board at a time.
An array of sensitive piezoresistive strain gauges embedded within the implant's custom designed tibial tray create four distinct load cells--two located in the medial compartment of the knee, and two located within the lateral compartment of the knee.
The module interfaces with a wide variety of transducers, such as load cells and pressure sensors, as well as standard full, half, and quarter bridge strain gauges, NI says.
Results of the work with conventional strain gauges will be compared with the fiber-optics system.
With the Delta design, a tough solid diaphragm is used and the semi conductor strain gauges are mounted directly on the back of it.