Differential scanning calorimetry or DSC is a thermoanalytical technique in which the difference in the amount of heat required to increase the temperature of a sample and reference is measured as a function of temperature. Both the sample and reference are maintained at nearly the same temperature throughout the experiment.
The dynamometer consists of four three-component force sensors fitted under high preload between a baseplate and a top plate. Each sensor contains three pairs of quartz plates, one sensitive to pressure in the z direction and the other two responding to shear in the x and y directions respectively. The force components are measured practically without displacement. The outputs of the four built-in force sensors are connected inside the dynamometer in a way to allow multicomponent measurements of forces and moments to be performed.
The Dynatup 9250 an instrumented impact testing machine that tests impact properties of polymers, metals, composites and full components. Testing equipment designed to evaluate mechanical properties of materials and components, announces the Dynatup 9250, an instrumented impact testing machine that tests impact properties of polymers, metals, composites and full components. It is ideally suited for the aerospace, automotive, biomedical, and packaging markets.
The ElectroForce® 3200 Series III test instruments feature a 225 N (450 N optional) maximum force. With the versatility of static to 300 Hz frequency response, the table-top configuration is adaptable to a variety of biomedical research and engineered materials test applications, including torsion testing, creep under dynamic loading and special environments (hot/cold chambers).
ALGSI-S1550 is a robust & reliable FBG interrogator for FBG sensing system. Based on built-in wavelength analysis module, the equipment can update the data in high accuracy and high frequency. It responds directly to the user commands of the optical interrogator core and outputs sensor wavelength data. It provides a single suite of tools for data acquisition, computation, and analysis of optical sensor networks.
The lightweight, battery-powered FH950 Velocity Flow Meter was designed to provide accurate velocity measurements while simplifying the entire measurement process in rugged field environments. Multiple user-friendly features designed into the FH950 allow you to quickly and easily determine stream velocities for required discharge measurements, or use the FH950 to quickly calibrate area velocity flow meters, or verify primary devices such as weirs and flumes.
The FLOTEK 1440 is a research grade wind tunnel for university engineering and technology programs. Provides a full 12" x 12" (300mm square) cross section in the working area over 36" (900mm) in length. It also has a high air velocity capacity. This extra flexibility, coupled with the excellent flow patterns obtained, make the 1440 particularly suitable for research use as well as laboratory teaching.
It is a floor standing unit, with its own integral support structure. Larger test section allows larger models with more data points.
The Fluke Ti4O model feature everything needed for virtually every thermography task. With a 160 x 120 detector and a temperature sensitivity down to 0.09°C (90mK) (NETD) it delivers high resolution images where even the smallest temperature differences can be seen. The unit is easy to use through the Windows® CE menu structure and offer an extended troubleshooting feature set to allow on the spot analysis in the field.
Flumes are specially shaped, engineered structures that are used to measure the flow of water in open channels. Flumes are static in nature - having no moving parts - and develop a relationship between the water level in the flume and the flow rate by restricting the flow of water in a variety of ways.