Webinar: An Introduction to Measurements using Strain Gauges

Date & Time:

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at 10 am (CET Berlin)

Over 70 years ago, strain gauges were invented to help determining the strain of an object. Ever since, these small sensors have established themselves as one of the most widely used techniques for measuring strain. 

The purpose of this webinar is to give the interested reader a first introduction into the topic of strain gauges. No matter if you are new in the field of test and measurement or an advanced user of different measurement techniques, you will learn many interesting facts about strain gauges.

HBM product manager Dirk Eberlein, an expert in the field of strain gauges, guides you through this 30-minute webinar:

  • Learn about the long history and development of strain gauges
  • Master the fundamental terminology of strain gauges
  • Understand the pros and cons of using strain gauges
  • Learn about the many different kinds of applications of strain gages in the area of experimental stress analysis (load stresses, residual stresses, and thermal stress) 


Other time zones November 14, 2017:

9am GMT (London)

5pm SGT (Singapore)

7am BRT (Brazil)

1.30pm IST (New Delhi)

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Your webinar host:

Dirk Eberlein

Application Engineer and Product Manager for Strain Gauges at HBM



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