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Team InVentus from the University of Stuttgart, equipped with a T22 torque transducer from HBM, was once again able to successfully participate in the Aeolus Race.
The Formula Studen team from the university of Bologna uses strain gauges in the vehicle to determine which forces act on which components in the suspension.
Avenue2, a consortium of Strukton and Ballast Nedam, is currently tunnelling right under Maastricht to re-route the A2 motorway.
Bird strikes are being simulated in the laboratory of the Department of Applied Materials Science at the University of Ghent in order to gain insight into the consequences of bird impacts with aircraft.
LGC chose the loading cell PW20i for its weighing and packaging machines, which is optimized for dynamic weighing applications.
Minesto develops power plants for the commercial production of electricity from slow ocean and tidal currents using strain gauges from HBM.
Due to a significant increase in traffic volume, examinations of the Norwegian bridge’s construction was initiated to determine if it could withstand the burden it was exposed to or whether improvements were needed.
Marenco Swisshelicopter developed their new SKYe SH09 helicopter in real record time. To meet their deadlines, the Marenco developers wanted to avoid any uncertainty - and opted for proven and safe HBM measurement technology.
A Chinese university required a DAQ system that would produce accurate measurements of the potential forces acting on a structure during earthquakes. Comparative tests highlighted QuantumX capabilities.