IC2 is pleased to announce its recent Army SBIR contract award titled Direct Wall Shear Stress Measurement for Rotor Blades, upgrading DirectShear sensors
Jan 13, 2021 | Announcements
Wall Shear Stress Measurements Wind Turbines, Temperature Sensitivity Reduction Capacitive Wall Shear Stress Sensor System, AIAA SciTech 2021, David Mills
Fiber-optic vector skin friction systems for cryogenic shear stress measurements. High-temperature, flat-pack optical pressure sensors for combustion noise measurement
This is the eleventh and final section in this blog post series, A Guide to Wall Shear Stress Measurement.
In this final part before the full guide summary, micromachined MEMS wall shear stress floating element sensors are discussed.
Conventionally-built shear stress sensors are generally larger in size with lower performance, but can withstand a variety of environmental challenges.
Part 8 compares the various floating element transduction method for direct wall shear stress measurements
Part 7 describes the optical floating element transduction method for direct wall shear stress measurements
Part 6 describes the capacitive floating element transduction method for direct wall shear stress measurements
Part 5 describes the floating element piezoelectric transduction method for direct wall shear stress measurements
Part 4 describes the piezoresistive floating element transduction method for direct wall shear stress measurements
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
Dec 6, 2019 | Press Releases
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 is now offering DirectShear sensors for the lowest prices ever, thanks to advancements in the technology and transition to full-scale production.
Jan 31, 2019 | Tech News
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.