The force-displacement data are acquired at impact while the seal is compressed using two force transducers mounted behind the seal sample and a displacement transducer mounted around the hinge axis of the pendulum.
What does DT stand for?
DT stands for Displacement Transducer
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- Direct TV
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- Directly Tunable
- Director Técnico (soccer coach)
- Directorate for MASINT(Measurement and Signature Intelligence) and Technical Collection (US DoD; Defense Intelligence Agency)
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- Discus Throw
- Displaced Threshold
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These sensors can include strain gauges, piezometers, inclinometers, displacement transducers or other sensors with analog/digital outputs.
The T24-RA wireless potentiometer module is designed for the collection and processing of potentiometer-related measurements such as provided by a linear displacement transducer.
com) and consisted of a force transducer (U2B-10kN), three displacement transducers (WA-T/20mm) for beam's deflection measurement, strain gauges for steel and a temperature sensor (PT100).
The RMC 150 gets inputs from magnetorestrictive linear displacement transducers (for position feedback) and load cells that are mounted on each actuator, then provides direct outputs to drive the servomotors are required.
Micro EP test stages are available in 450 N and 5 kN capacities and are equipped with load and displacement transducers for generating stress-strain curves.
Admet Micro EP test stages are available in 450-N and 5-kN capacities and are equipped with load and displacement transducers for generating stress-strain curves.