Cuts layout time and errors. These hardened stainless steel vernier calipers are precision instruments that can measure internal, external, step and depth dimensions: This caliper has metric scale on bottom, inch scale on top: 0-6″ (0. 001″), 0-150mm (1mm). Fixed adjustment knob. Cross-reference table on back. 9″ long, 5 oz. Each caliper has a locking set screw for batch measurements and comes in a padded, rigid plastic storage case. Imported.
- Cuts Layout Time And Errors.
List Price: $ 36.99
Question by Ezz: How do they measure Lbs of Thrust?
Especially concerning Jet Engine, what type of measuring device do they use, or is there another method.
Answer by Michael N
I’m guessing a little bit here… but they probably use load cells. You can look up how load cells work but the basic idea is that they use strain guages that change (resistence I believe) in response to strain in a piece of metal. That’s what we use in measuring the thrust in rocket engine testing.
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