test stand


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test stand

n.
A platform for static firing of rocket engines to test and determine performance characteristics.
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Said to be ideal for handheld or test stand applications, the Chatillon DFE digital force gauge is available with capacities from 2 lbf.
The DFM-5000 can be used with Coin-Ten's new 95 Series variable-speed test stand for tensile and compression testing.
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the test stand for testing the model of centrifugal water turbine;
Orbital and its engine supplier, Aerojet, test-fired the engine on Stennis' E-1 test stand.
Users can connect an MX Series test stand with a Z Series force gauge to enable force controlled testing which can automatically stop testing when the force value reaches a pre-programmed high setpoint, or maintain force between high and low setpoints.
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE - A new rocket test stand got its inaugural use with the firing of an improved Atlas V rocket motor, officials said Monday.
It adopts fully electronic design and is equipped with imported road simulation vibration test stand, collision test room and styling simulation platform.
The flexible and modular design allows for multiple test articles to be run on a single test stand, lowering life cycle costs and providing greater flexibility and efficiency, with a reduction in overhaul time for AgustaWestland customers.
The simulated-altitude ground tests will be conducted in a NASA test stand being built at Stennis Space Center specifically for the J-2X engine.
The program is using Edwards' rocket test stand 2-A, which was recently refurbished at a cost of $18.
The Stennis Space Center conducted the final space shuttle main engine test on its A-1 Test Stand Friday.