Scientists and engineers in biomaterials research rely on accurate measurements to make breakthroughs in applied research, technology development, and quality assurance. Chief among the challenges faced in biomaterials research is that many specimens are very small and sensitive – therefore it is extremely difficult to measure their deformation and strain. Digital Image Correlation (DIC) is perfectly suited for tensile tests of micro specimens, measuring 3D displacement and strain and many other material parameters.
In this video, we explain how the BiomechDIC system allows engineers and scientists to measure what really happens to bones, implants and prostheses when put in motion.LEARN MORE
The testing of biological and artificial elements that enable human mobility is pivotal, but more importantly is the detailed and accurate measurement of complex structural interactions.LEARN MORE
In classical image correlation the deformation of an object is determined by observation with a CCD camera. Then a digital image correlation process determines the shift and/or rotation and […]LEARN MORE
A variety of mechanical engineering disciplines, such as aeronautical, biomechanical, and automotive industries rely on Finite Element Method (FEM) in the design, development and testing of […]LEARN MORE
Scientists and engineers in biomaterials research rely on measurements to make breakthroughs in applied research, technology development, and quality assurance. There are many challenges in […]LEARN MORE