Bose ElectroForce 3200 Test Device

Vienna University of Technology

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Large equipment

Short Description

The Bose ElectroForce 3200 Series II test instruments are intended for indoor laboratory use only. They are rated up to 450N (100 lbs) and can perform precision materials tests including tension/compression, axial-torsion, multi-axis loading, fatigue and dynamic materials characterization. They provide superior flexibility and precision for dynamic testing of micro-electronics, biomaterials, tissue engineered medical devices, foods, elastomers and other engineered materials.

Control for the ElectroForce Series II test instrument is provided by the WinTest Digital Control System. WinTest's intuitive design enables the user to quickly set up complex test routines with minimal training. Its flexible hardware and software platform allows for multiple axes, sensors, and test chambers to be used when designing elaborate test applications.

Specifications for the present device: Displacement -3 to +1.5 mm, Force -400 to +5 N.

Contact Person

Prof. Christian Hellmich

Research Services

The Bose ElectroForce 3200 Series II test instruments are intended for indoor laboratory use only. They are rated up to 450N (100 lbs) and can perform precision materials tests including tension/compression, axial-torsion, multi-axis loading, fatigue and dynamic materials characterization. They provide superior flexibility and precision for dynamic testing of micro-electronics, biomaterials, tissue engineered medical devices, foods, elastomers and other engineered materials.

Control for the ElectroForce Series II test instrument is provided by the WinTest Digital Control System. WinTest's intuitive design enables the user to quickly set up complex test routines with minimal training. Its flexible hardware and software platform allows for multiple axes, sensors, and test chambers to be used when designing elaborate test applications.

Specifications for the present device: Displacement -3 to +1.5 mm, Force -400 to +5 N.

Methods & Expertise for Research Infrastructure

Samples of different rubber mixtures were tested under various forces and frequencies. This was done in cooperation with the manufacturer of the rubber samples.

Prof. Christian Hellmich
Institut für Mechanik der Werkstoffe und Strukturen
+43 (1) 58801 20220
christian.hellmich@tuwien.ac.at
http://www.imws.tuwien.ac.at
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