Technical Application Series: A strain data acquisition system suitable for remote applications

S. M. Barrans, W. Weston

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The networked data acquisition system can be used to extract strain data which would be difficult to extract using traditional techniques. When used in conjunction with a mathematical analysis package the system can provide an important insight into a machines operation and brings a new dimension to a well established transduction method. The concept of positioning small data servers close to the strain gages has proved to be useful.

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Technical Application Series : A strain data acquisition system suitable for remote applications. / Barrans, S. M.; Weston, W.

In: Experimental Techniques, Vol. 28, No. 3, 01.05.2004, p. 68-71.

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