Part 4 describes the piezoresistive floating element transduction method for direct wall shear stress measurements
Press Releases, Product Updates, and Company Announcements
Part 3 describes the various direct transduction methods for shear stress sensing, including film-based techniques and floating element sensors.
Part 2 describes the various methods of indirect shear stress measurements, including surface / flow obstacles, heat transfer, and velocity measurements
IC2’s DirectShear sensing system is a tool for scientists and engineers to directly measure shear stress, assisting in the creation of economical aircraft
An overview of the upcoming blog series, A Guide to Wall Shear Stress Measurement. This series will cover mainly aerodynamic applications.
IC2 announced today that NASA selected the company for a new Phase 2 contract from the 2018 SBIR program, accelerating R&D into two-dimensional shear-stress sensing. IC2 will continue developing a dual-axis, instrumentation-grade capacitive shear stress sensor for subsonic and transonic measurements.
IC2 to Exhibit and Present at AIAA Aviation 2019 – Booth 509
IC2 is now offering DirectShear sensors for the lowest prices ever, thanks to advancements in the technology and transition to full-scale production.
IC2 has launched all new form factors for its line of DirectShear Sensors. Capacitive Sensor Units (CSUs) are now available in either rack-mountable standalone units or as CompactPCI modules for easy integration into an existing chassis.
IC2 to Exhibit and Present at AIAA SciTech 2019 – Booth 517