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TsAGI Metrologists Participated in Expo Control 2016

20 April 2016

13–14 April, with active participation of the Central AeroHydrodynamic Institute named after N.E. Zhukovskiy (TsAGI), the research and practice conference was held, with the subject: “Modern Methods, Means and Metrological Support for Research and Creation of New Machinery.” The event was held in the framework of the Expo Control 2016 exhibition at the area of Expocentre in Moscow.

The moderator of one of the sections devoted to measuring instruments and systems for research and creation of new machinery was Chief of Measuring Equipment and Metrology Dept. and Chief Metrologist of TsAGI Vasily Petronevich. The Institute scientists were present with speeches devoted to the work in this field. In particular, they explained to the professional community their own created automatic benches for measuring weight, center-of-mass coordinates and moment-of-inertia. Also, the specialists of TsAGI presented the prospective developments made in partnership with other organizations — precision tensiometric modules on platform PXI (together with Spetselteh LLC) and miniature multi-channel pressure transducers (together with Driver LLC).

This is not the first time TsAGI participated in the Expo Control. “It’s an effective opportunity to establish new business contacts, discuss actual problems in the circle of colleagues, to develop the dialogue between the measuring instrument producers and customers,” noted Vasily Petronevich, commenting on the conference. “This time we took an active part in the formation of the conference program. The subjects of the TsAGI section caused great interest, therefore it was proposed to allocate more time to discussing those issues next year. For the presentation we intentionally chosen the developments which we promote as innovative and competitive products. Thus, in addition to a noticeable scientific component, there’s also a commercial aspect.”

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