The hydraulic simulation table designed by Moog Inc., E. Aurora, N.Y., can handle loads up to 1,500 lb. and vibrate at up to 100 Hz. It is comprised of a 7.1- х 6.1-ft. aluminum platform or tabletop and six hydraulic actuators. The actuators each put out 12.2 kip (54 kN) and ride on hydrostatic bearings with eight pockets, an improvement over four-pocket bearings. The new bearings can withstand higher side loads, which reduces maintenance dema
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