What’s the Difference Between Strain Gauges? (.PDF Download)

When designing an experiment or test, simplicity is important. Each process added to a test or experiment to obtain data increases the potential for error. For destructive testing or experiments, getting as much information out of a sample is desirable to limit the amount of parts needed. Hooke’s Law has been around since 1678. It defined the relationship between stress put on a material and the resulting deformation. This article will cover the past, present, and future technology that

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