Field Measurements Consultant

We use instrumentation to measure a system’s response to loading, to calibrate our analytical models, and to verify the effectiveness of our solutions.


  • Dynamic Pressure
  • LVDT
  • Noise Evaluation
  • Strain Gage
  • Temperature
  • Vibration
  • Failure Probability
  • Fluid Flow
  • Firewater Flow
  • Thickness
  • Video Recording


Obtaining field measurements to support an evaluation of a mechanical or structural system involves experimentation. The key to successful experimental work is to ask continually “What am I looking for?”, “Why am I measuring this?”, “Do these measurements answer the important questions?” and “What does this measurement tell me?” Experimental work should be well thought out and carefully planned to both obtain and record important data. However, experimental work can produce results that are unexpected. The data should be continually evaluated to determine if a different direction is warranted. It is important to have the tools and personnel to obtain relevant field measurements. It is also important to be able to estimate the accuracy of these field measurements. Knowing instrument limitations and calibrating them per manufacturer’s requirements is mandatory for reliable data. We use instrumentation to obtain field measurements that help to understand a system’s behavior and to validate our analysis.