TDG-SHAKETABLE

DESKTOP SERVO ELECTRO MECHANICAL SHAKE TABLE

“Standard of its class” 

TDG SHAKETABLE is a mobile size uni-axial shake table. It can simulate earthquakes using real records as well as operate waveforms such as sine, triangle etc. and any user defined acceleration or displacement profile. The system is fully controlled via a computer software. It's commonly used in Civil Engieering departments. It can also be used for structural mechanics, earthquake, soil and geological engineering tests and calibrating accelerometers and seismic instruments.

The product has become the market choice in the last decade, due to its price advantage, flexibility and practical use. It's actively being used in many university laboratories in Turkey and several countries all over the world, such as USA, Spain, Netherlands, India, Taiwan, Thailand.

THE CHOICE OF DASK (NATURAL DISASTER INSURANCE INSTITUTE) FOR 5 YEARS

TDG-SHAKE TABLE is used as the earthquake simulator, together with TESTBOX-2010 digitizer, SENSEBOX-ACC-7001 accelerometer in "Earthquake Resistant Building Design Competetion" organized by DASK, since it was first arranged at year 2014.

COMPLEMENTARY MEASUREMENT SYSTEM

Shake table system is mostly used in combination with a measurement set in order to capture the acceleration and displacement reaction of the test model. 

(TESTBOX 2010 Digitizer, SENSEBOX ACC-7001/7002 Accelerometer, Displacement Transducer)

  • High Control Resolution with Servo Motor
  • Closed Loop PID Control
  • 50 kg payload (@ ±2 g)
  • ±100 mm Stroke
  • Operational Frequency up to 20 Hz
  • Low Friction Linear Guiding
  • Earthquake Simulation
  • Sine and Other Defined Waveforms
  • User Defined Waveforms
  • Easy Setup, Plug & Play
  • 220 V AC Mains Voltage 
  • High Industrial Qualiy, Virtually Maintenance Free

FIELDS OF APPLICATION

CIVIL & EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING LABORATORIES

STRUCTURAL MECHANICS, MODE SHAPES

UNDER GRADUATE AND GRADUATE EDUCATION PURPOSE

EARTHQUAKE / CIVIL / SOIL / GEOPHYSICS ENG. SMALL SCALE TEST

ACCELEROMETER CALIBRATION

SEISMIC / EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN COMPETETIONS