A new paper published in the Journal of Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering. VJ Tech in collaboration with Surrey university with the help of our Dynamic Simple Shear System.
The blog highlights only a few of the fixes/changes made to the new version of Clisp Studio.
VJ Tech hosted a busy customer open day on Tuesday 12th July 2016 at their offices in Reading, Berkshire. The event was well attended by universities and commercial labs from across the country. The day started with a product overviews and demonstrations followed by discussions and a look at VJ Tech's new product development.
University of Surrey has won funding from Fluor, one of the world’s leading publicly-traded engineering, procurement and construction companies and have chosen to work along side VJ Tech.
For some testing, system corrections may need to be applied that are not specific to a particular Instrument (e.g. Volume Change due to Cell and tube expansion in an Unsaturated Test). Alternatively, corrections may need to be applied to apparatus used in a Test that is not declared as an Instrument (e.g. frame deformation of an Oedometer).
Clisp Studio can create a secondary backup of the data captured as a test is running. The secondary backup is a file stored outside of Clisp Studio and can be used to recover data after a computer hardware failure.
VJ Tech will be awarding a prize of £1,000 to the best performing student(s) at Surrey University - Advanced Geotechnical Engineering MSc
PID settings are used in Clisp Studio in conjunction with a DSC2000 to fine tune the performance of a dynamic servo, both single (DSC2000 M) and dual axis (DSC2000 MM and HM). This support document is not designed to give a full accurate account of what PID’s are and how they are calculated.
When an installation and training package has been ordered with your VJ Tech system then the following instructions below should be undertaken before the engineer’s arrival to save time; which will ensure that the best use is made of the time available during your training sessions.
A new paper published in the journal of Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering. VJ Tech in collaboration with Surrey university to design and produce an innovative cyclic loading device to simulate multiple force acting on a wind turbine.