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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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SA] (additional bolt load) is depending on the bending sensitivity of bolts with integrated strain gauges.
THE WAY OF STRAIN GAUGES DISTRIBUTION ON A METAL BEAM AND THE BENDING MECHANISM
Many customers have contacted us about the possibility of adding a strain gauge to the actuators as an add-on.
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.
In today's highly competitive medical device marketplace, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and their associated design and engineering personnel are opting to include custom strain gauge sensing technologies into finished product designs, as a means of achieving greater business advantage.
Key words: strain gauges, operational amplifiers, mechanical force, DataLab
The instruments used are: fatigue resistant strain gauges for dynamic measurement, balancing bridge, dynamic strain meter/amplifier, oscilloscope, and computer.
I was shocked given the price: it was an extremely impressive strain gauge set-up.
Three proximal cadaveric femurs and three Sawbones[R] femurs were mounted and strain gauges applied as described above.
The strain gauge method can investigate only a few small areas on the board at a time.
He put strain gauges on the ejector pins, resulting in a crude monitoring and control device.