Solutions for Aerospace testing
HBM offers leading measurement technology for structural and functional tests in aerospace as well as aircraft electric system testing.
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BAE Systems: Static and Fatigue Tests
BAE Systems benefits the performance of the new F-35 Joint Strike Fighter through integrated structural testing and derisking the FTI.
CLES-FACIL: Research of Safe Parachute Opening
The Task of the 2011 experimental rocket was to fine out the force that the openings of a parachute exerts on a rocket.
Making flying a pleasure again: This is the aim of the new, ultra-modern AKOYA light airplane through the use of strain gauges from HBM and the ultra-rugged SoMat eDAQlite data acquisition system.
Lockheed Martin: force transducer calibration center
Lockheed Martin establishes a modern force transducer calibration center
Elie Carafoli: wind tunnel application
To measure and analyze the forces and moments acting in all three axes (x, y, z) on aircraft test models in a wind tunnel requires special balances of the utmost precision that have the ability to withstand the most severe test conditions.
AVIATEST: Structural test of airframes
Latvian company AVIATEST focuses on different longevity, resources and static strength tests of airframes. They rely on HBM's QuantumX DAQ system.
Lufthansa: Actuator testing
Lufthansa Technik uses HBM T20WN for temperature tests on all airbus aircrafts
BCSA: High Speed Torque Application
Case Study about an innovative application by the French company BCSA that uses HBM technology.
FACC: HBM strain gauges on board for type certification of the Airbus A350 XWB
Strain gauges from HBM helped to measure results of the static and fatigue tests on winglets of the Airbus A350 XWB.
Shock, Vibration and Impact Testing
Genesis High Speed DAQ system provides absolute data security, plus an extremely high sample rate of up to 100 MS/s for shock, vibration and impact tests.
Airbus: Full Scale Fatigue Tests
IABG trusts in measurement technology from HBM for the large-scale fatigue strength tests on a fully assembled Airbus A380.