Strain Gauging

Strain gage installation

Invicom Test & Measurement provides dependable strain gauge (strain gage) installation service, to suit your test requirements. Be it for static or dynamic measurement, our long experience in the field will certainly help running the test smoothly.

Besides installation, our services include shielded wiring, calibration, signal conditioning, data acquisition and processing of measured data.

We are able to do the work either with small channel count up to hundreds of simultaneous dynamic channels, with low turn around times and work schedules that can synchronize with your test/installation schedule.

Invicom experts preparing for strain gage mounting

According to your requirements, we will give technical recommendation on number of gages, location, orientation, type of Wheatstone bridge to use, weatherproofing, and wiring issues. 

Gaging in Progress

With years of experience, we can determine which methods, materials, techniques and procedures  are to be applied for your testing success.

Our services and solutions for strain gaging are highly regarded by the customers due to:

  • Strict work discipline and attention to detail
  • Experience in handling large number of channels
  • Flexible and accommodative scheduling
  • Provide  entire solution from gaging, data acquisition to measurement results.
  • Fast turn around time

Mounted strain gages before protective coating

We have been doing the gaging work not only in Malaysia, but also in all the countries where the work is located. Our engineers are willing to travel with the complete measurement system for doing tests anywhere.

Our confidentiality is the key to customers' success. We guarantee that work and data will be confidential and we take extreme measures to ensure that we protect our customers' trust.

Imc FAMOS Script for calculation of Principal Stresses (feel free to copy and paste at your disposal):-

C1 = 2 * e45 - e0 - e90           ; strain values 45, 0, 90 degree etc
C2 = e0 - e90
Theta = 0.5 * atan2( C1, C2 )     ; Principal Angle

Beta1 = 1e-6 * 0.5 * EM /(1-nu)   ; EM = Modulus of Elasticity
Beta2 = 1e-6 * EM / (1 + nu)      ; nu = Poission ratio

S1= Beta1 * (e0 + e90) + Beta2 * sqrt( (( e0-e45)^2 + (e45-e90)^2)/2)

S2= Beta1 * (e0 + e90) - Beta2 * sqrt( (( e0-e45)^2 + (e45-e90)^2)/2)


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