Building on more than four decades of experience working closely with the world’s leading aerospace manufacturers, MTS provides the technology and expertise required to help engineers and researchers accelerate the acquisition of high-quality test data, readily adapt to new test requirements and enhance overall lab productivity.
Our solutions address the full scope of aerospace testing requirements, from full-scale structural and sub-assembly evaluation to materials characterization. Whether your primary focus is certification testing for a new airframe design, completing flight-by-flight spectrums or carefully evaluating the strength and durability of individual components, MTS can help. We bring a deep understanding of how to configure the best solution for your test, integrate the complete system and conduct tests that deliver precise results with speed and confidence.
Today’s aircraft engine manufacturers strive to develop more powerful and lightweight designs that burn hotter, quieter and cleaner. However, simulating the extreme loads, motions and temperatures necessary to develop such designs can be a complex and costly endeavor. By partnering , you’ll have a simple and affordable means of generating more comprehensive and accurate test results in less time and for less money.
Every venture into space is a costly and high-profile one. Success or failure is evident. Before any project gets off the ground, manufacturers of aerospace structures and launch vehicles must be certain that every material, component, subsystem and structure used in their designs meets the highest standards for performance and durability.
New materials and design innovations have fueled the development of more agile, lightweight and rugged rotary-wing aircraft. Helicopters are expected to provide exceptional performance over a longer service life in increasingly hostile operating environments, creating new demands for characterizing the durability and performance of structures, components and materials.
These are not your ordinary seats, panels and fabrics. They are intended for use in aircraft, which means they must adhere to exacting aviation industry standards for safety and durability. To meet these demands, test professionals must subject every aircraft interior material and component to rigorous testing, in order to acquire test data that proves each product’s compliance with standards and suitability for its intended purpose.