Join Kistler during the virtual conference, 16th ECSSMET Germany 2021 (European Conference on Spacecraft Structures, Materials and Environmental Testing), to take place 23 to 25 March, and attend our presentation on 24 March, 18:15 to 18:45, titled "Practical considerations in multi-component force measurement for mechanism-exported force and torque (EFT) testing", held by Pascal Erne, Business Developer.
Due to the great variety of the size and accuracy requirements of test objects, standard dynamometers very often will not fit your test plan. We have been partnering with renowned aerospace centers all around the world and for many years. Our aerospace testing expertise allows us to show you:
- How to measure and characterize - by means of a 6-component-dynamometer - the forces, moments and vibrations that have a negative impact on your highly sensitive payload such as satellites or cameras etc., originating from cryocoolers, reaction wheels, control moment gyroscopes, robotic subsystems actuators, motors, clamps for antennas and positioning/release mechanisms etc.
- How to design and build your 6-component dynamometer to meet your specific requirements (taking into account all variables such as size, weight, natural frequencies of the units under test)
- How to calibrate this dynamometer accurately (by defining parameters such as linearity, hysteresis, crosstalk, sensitivity etc.)
- What you need to know to configure your complete measurement equipment (slip table, sensor technologies, signal conditioning, data acquisition)
We will share our insights and support you with our know-how, expertise, customized sensor technology and service.
Get in touch with us at one of the networking virtual coffee tables offered by the event organizer.
We are looking forward to meeting you at the virtual 16th ECSSMET Germany 2021!