Nanomechanical testing with in situ SPM imaging, using the same probe to ensure test positioning accuracy and correlated results.
Using the Bruker UMT TriboLab in the automotive industry to test materials and simulate tests usually performed on a full-scale testing rig.
Traditional material characterisation techniques (eg tensile testing) are not always reliable at the nanoscale. True nanoscale sensitivity and the capacity for quantitative analysis are key to understanding the structure and properties of nanoscale… read more →
The amount of sliding friction between two surfaces is affected by a number of factors, one of the most obvious being surface texture. But how exactly does the roughness or… read more →
New nano-scratch option for the Bruker NanoForce nanomechanical testing system, for nanoscale scratch testing.
Testing Thin Films and Coatings with the Bruker UMT TriboLab Test the material properties of thin films and coatings with the Bruker UMT TriboLab. Perform a wide variety of mechanical tests… read more →
Discover more about in-situ SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope) nanomechanical testing with a personal in-situ SEM nanoindentation demonstration. The demos will be held at the University of Birmingham on 28 and 29… read more →
Fracture behaviour of aluminide bond coat – new application note from Hysitron. An in-situ study of microbeam bending. Contact us about nanomechanical testing View our range of scientific instruments Fracture Behaviour:… read more →
Nanobrücken 2015 is an annual nanomechanical testing workshop and Hysitron User Meeting. This year the event will be on 21-23 April 2015 at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in… read more →