A laboratory data acquisition system utilizing the SDS-920 computer

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1970

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The problem of measuring and recording static and dynamic transducer data has long been one of vital concern to experimental stress analysts. As most of the parameters that are measured vary with time, a requirement for continuous monitoring system is inevitable. This monitoring system is applied to the specimen under examination in such a manner as to yield the most valuable data. Additionally, some permanent record of the data is usually required or at least highly desirable. The initial problem encountered is supplemented by the time-consuming and often difficult task of reducing the recorded data to a meaningful form which yields some insight into the actual conditions being studied. [...]

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