ENVIRONMENTAL TEST SOLUTIONS AT MBDA
MBDA’s extensive Environmental Engineering testing capabilities range from a recently expanded EMC test chambers to environmental engineering and radiation effects testing. These are complimented by professional engineering support and marketed through the new Precision Solutions business centre.
For rates and availability, contact Precision Solutions on +44 (0)1438 754477 or e-mail: precision.so
Precision Solutions’ extensive environmental engineering expertise includes the ability to create real-world test
combinations. This is supported by a comprehensive engineering team, meeting the most demanding customer requirements.
Vibration Climatic & Temperature Humidity Dust Rain
Salt Fog & Corrosion Solar Radiation Altitude
Structural & Fatigue Testing UKAS Accreditation – Def Stan 59-41 | Mil Stan 461/462 | DO 160 | UKAS ISO/IEC 17025 | ISO9000 | Def Stan 00-35 EMC Testing
Two large anechoic chambers and a reverberation chamber for EMC testing in a wide
range of applications and
specifications. Engineering support provides a comprehensive test, design advice, prediction and analysis and computational electromagnetics service.
Emissions & Susceptibility Radiated Emissions & Susceptibility Bulk Current Injection Transients
Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse Cable Current Injection E-Fields Shielding
A radiation hardening team provides an unparalleled
knowledge and testing
capability to ensure that systems and equipment can be hardened by design and built to withstand the effects of exposure to radiation.
Nuclear Hardening Radiation Component Testing Single Event Effects
X-Ray / Gamma Dose Rate, Neutron, X-Ray / Gamma Total Dose
Monitors & Detectors
Blast, Thermal & EMP Modelling Biological & Chemical Analysis
dd 1 Engineering Integrity Society
TECHNOLOGIES FOR LOW CARBON TRANSPORTATION IN NEW SOUND ENVIRONMENTS
Tuesday, 29 March 2011 International Digital Laboratory, WMG, University of Warwick Testing the limits.
Meggitt's high reliability sensors for extreme testing are now offered under one umbrella.
> Environmental Stress Screening > HALT/HASS (MIL-STD-810) > Life cycle testing
> Shaker control > Package testing > Test benches
A joint EIS & Warwick WMG seminar & exhibition. Many automotive manufactures have launched new low carbon Hybrid and Electric Vehicles. Although these quieter powertrains offer the prospect for enhanced vehicle refinement, problems concerning the driver experience and pedestrian safety have been also introduced. Resolving these issues will therefore call for new skills to be developed and new knowledge to be explored. This year’s EIS seminar will provide opportunity to discuss these new concerns. Here the most recent research by academia and industry will be presented, whilst the latest technological developments will be on show during the exhibition.
Mr Sebastiano Giudice – Warwick Innovative Manufacturing Research Centre "Green Noise: Electric Vehicle Sound Quality"
Mr Ashley Gilllibrand – Jaguar Land Rover, Mr Roger Williams - Sound Evaluations Limited "Using an Exterior Sound Simulator to develop appropriate Warning Sounds for a Luxury Electric Vehicle”
> Wide temp range for cryogenic applications
> Flat temp response over operational temp range
> Variable capacitance accelerometer
> Ranges from 2 g to 150 g
> Exceptional accuracy and thermal performance
Meggitt Sensing Systems Beech House, Melbourn Science Park Melbourn, Royston, SG8 6HB
> Mini absolute pressure sensor
> Rugged, high sensitivity
> 0.76 mm thin surface mount package
+44 (0) 1763 236150
firstname.lastname@example.org meggittsensingsystems.com meggitt.com
Mr Damian Harty & Mr Andy Watts – Protean Ltd "Moulding the Modal Map: Opportunities for a rethink in low frequency strategy afforded by in-wheel motors".
Dr Jez Smith – ESI "NVH simulation solutions for lightweight vehicles and novel powertrain concepts"
Mr Colin Peachey – Lotus Engineering "Applications of Electronic Sound Synthesis in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles"
Mr Bernhard Graf, Dr. Alfred Rust, Dr. Franz Brandl – AVL List GmbH "NVH development of a range extender module integrated in a pure electric vehicle"
Mr Philipp Sellerbeck, Dr. Christian Nettelbeck – HEAD acoustics GmbH "Enhancing noise and vibration comfort of hybrid/electric vehicles using transfer path models"
Dr. Georg Eisele, Dr. Peter Genender, Mr Klaus Wolff – FEV Motorentechnik GmbH "Electric vehicle sound design – Just wishful thinking?"
For more information, or to register for this seminar, please contact the EIS secretariat at: email@example.com
or visit the EIS website at www.e-i-s.org.uk
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