Monthly Archives: January 2020

Developing accurate seismic load testing for Kingston University in London

By James McNally | Case Studies

To test the behaviour of structural elements such as reinforced concrete frames under load, civil engineering researchers at London’s Kingston University need to gather accurate data from their test equipment. But the testing equipment used for this kind of experiment wasn’t working as effectively as it should. The university’s actuators (the devices that operate the test equipment) […]

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