A Hveem Stabilometer measures the pressure and R-value of compacted soil under compression before it is used under surfaces like paved roads.
ASTM F2077 reveals the axial-compression, compression-shear, and torsion tests needed to understand spinal intervertebral body fusion devices.
In vitro conditions need to be reproduced when testing the axial loading needed to insert a bone screw into laboratory material following ASTM F543.
Instead of a simple uniaxial test, a cruciform, or cross-shaped plate, with four actuators helps with testing structures for multi-axial stress.
The California Test Method 366 requires a stabilometer to measure the horizontal pressure to asphalt concrete under compression, and the 300DX Model can be used.
The 8874 system can test the laxity of knee joints in simulated conditions before they are used for a total knee replacement and impacted by the surgery.