strainometer

strain·om·e·ter

 (strā-nŏm′ĭ-tər)
n.
An extensometer.
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It comprises a gas gun, a cone-shaped striker, an incident bar (2000 mm), a transmitted bar (2000 mm), an absorbed bar (800 mm), and a data acquisition system (a CS-1D superdynamic strainometer coupled with a DL750 digital oscilloscope).
Strain pulses (Figure 3) are collected in real time by the CS-1D superdynamic strainometer coupled with strain gauges mounted in the bars, displayed and stored by a digital oscilloscope combined with a computer.
The technology for building diagnoses is mostly based on the use of sensors (e.g., accelerometer, speedometer, strainometer, and global positioning system (GPS), among many others) to collect the building dynamic information and data [3-12].