ASTM E is a testing standard that covers the tension testing requirements of metallic foil in thicknesses less than 0. This method is used for testing Type A and Type B samples in a standard universal testing machine that conforms to the requirements of Practices E4. Although various grip types can be used for gripping metal foils, the recommended grips are wedge grips with serrated inserts. If sample thickness is less than 0.
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ASTM E is a testing standard that covers the tension testing requirements of metallic foil in thicknesses less than 0. This method is used for testing Type A and Type B samples in a standard universal testing machine that conforms to the requirements of Practices E4. Although various grip types can be used for gripping metal foils, the recommended grips are wedge grips with serrated inserts.
If sample thickness is less than 0. Forgot your password? Work with us to find the right equipment for your ASTM standard. Summary of Test. Testing Procedure. Measure the width of the specimen and load it into your tensile grips.
Attach the clip-on extensometer for strain calculations. Apply tensile load and begin grip separation. Unless otherwise specified, any convenient speed of testing may be used up to one half the specified yield strength, or up to one quarter the specified tensile strength, whichever is smaller.
The speed may be increased after the removal of extensometer, but it should not exceed the maximum specified in the standard. Recommended Equipment. We're happy to help! Remember me Login. Sales Support Calibration Calculators. Manual Vise Grips Wedge Grips.
A tensile specimen is a standardized sample cross-section. It has two shoulders and a gage section in between. The shoulders are large so they can be readily gripped, whereas the gauge section has a smaller cross-section so that the deformation and failure can occur in this area. Tension tests of these specimens provide information on the strength and ductility of materials under uniaxial tensile stresses. This information may be useful in comparing alloys, quality control, and design of different materials. As specimen thickness is reduced, alternative procedure Test Method E may be utilized to measure ductility. We recommend wedge grips with serrated inserts.
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ASTM E345 – Tension Testing of Metallic Foil
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ASTM E345 Metallic Foil Tension Testing