standard specifications for tensile test machine

(PDF) ASTM E8-04 - Tension Testing of Metallic Materials

For a fracture with an appropriate extensometer, the gage length of standard 12-in. diameter specimen, the stress increase is 1.5 percentage the extensometer shall be equal to the nominal gage length points for each 0.001 in. of eccentricity. ASTM D76 / D76M - 11(2016) Standard Specification for This specification covers operating characteristics of tensile testing machines for the determination of the force-elongation properties of textile materials. Types of tensile machine covered in this specification are constant-rate-of-extension, constant-rate-of-traverse, and constant-rate-of-loading.

ASTM F1554 - Tensile Test for Steel Anchor Bolts

This test specifies a procedure for tensile testing anchor bolts made of carbon steel including carbon boron and carbon magnesium high-strength alloys. There are 3 grades depending on the tensile strength of the steel:36, 55, and 105 KSI. This specification covers all threaded rods and bars that are used in the anchoring of concrete. DIN EN ISO 6892-1, ASTM E8:Tensile testing on metals The tensile test on metals or metallic materials, is mainly based on DIN EN ISO 6892-1 and ASTM E8.Both standards specify specimen shapes and their testing. The objective of the standards is to define and establish the test method in such a way, that even when different testing systems are used, the characteristic values to be determined remain reproducible and correct. Mechanical Testing - Tensile Testing Part 1 - TWIBoth the load (stress) and the test piece extension (strain) are measured and from this data an engineering stress/strain curve is constructed, Fig.3.From this curve we can determine:a) the tensile strength, also known as the ultimate tensile strength, the load at failure divided by the original cross sectional area where the ultimate tensile strength (U.T.S.), max = P max /A 0, where P

Tensile Testing of Metals Laboratory Testing Inc.

Summary of Capabilities Types of Tensile Testing full-size tubing, rebar, fasteners; wedge & axial; yield strength; elevated temperature; weld Tensile Profile tensile strength test, yield strength, ductility and elongation Equipment Capacity from 8 oz. to 600,000 lb. load Materials Tested Tensile testing - NPL

  • Guidance on Testing:Standards and TenstandWorkpackages and ReportsASCII Data FilesPartnersThe revised standards EN 10002 Pt 1 & Pt 5, covering room temperature and elevated tensile testing of metals, now recognise the dominance of computer controlled testing machines, but the systematic technological evidence on which such standards should be based has not been readily available. TENSTAND was set up as a 3-year project, funded by the EU under the programme 'Promoting Competitive & Sustainable Growth', and has addressed this issue through:1. Development of tensile dHow to Perform an ASTM D638 Plastic Tensile Strength TestJul 06, 2010 · ASTM D638 is one of the most common plastic strength specifications and covers the tensile properties of unreinforced and reinforced plastics. This test method uses standard dumbell or dogbone shaped specimens under 14mm of thickness. A universal testing machine (tensile testing machine) is needed to perform this test. Tensile testing standards Mecmesin Tensile testerWhat are tensile testing standards? International organisations such as ASTM, BSI, DIN, ISO, EN and MIL develop a wide range of tensile testing standards. There are also many specially developed in-house company standards for product, component and material tensile tests. Mecmesin has extensive experience in developing solutions for internationally recognised and in-house tensile testing

    Test Standards Tensile Strength Force Standards

    ASTM-D1710 Standard Specification for Extruded Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Rod, Heavy Walled Tubing and Basic Shapes; ASTM-D2256 Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Yarns by the Single-Strand Method; ASTM-D2653 Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Elastomeric Yarns (CRE Type Tensile Testing Machines)Standard Specification for Tensile Testing Machines for 1.1 This specification covers the operating characteristics of three types of tensile testing machines used for the determination of the force-elongation properties of textile materials. These types of tensile testing machines are:1.1.1 Constant-rate-of-extension, CRE. 1.1.2 Constant-rate-of-traverse, CRT.