Good results on Rolling Contact

This month we presented our work on Machine Learning used to assess Rolling Contact Fatigue damage progression in two different conference: IMEKO International Metrology Confederation) and ISMA (International Noise and Vibration Engineering Conference).

At the IMEKO in Belfast we presented the results of our project focused on vibrations as a tool to characterize materials.

At the ISMA in Leuven we introduced the preliminary results of the addition of an high-speed camera to our measurement system, to monitor in real-time the specimen surface.

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