abrasion test

abrasion test

[ə′brā·zhən test]
(mechanical engineering)
The measurement of abrasion resistance, usually by the weighing of a material sample before and after subjecting it to a known abrasive stress throughout a known time period, or by reflectance or surface finish comparisons, or by dimensional comparisons.
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The abrasion test was conducted as prescribed in DIN ISO 4649.
Versatile sample holder for films and sheets, plus optional sample holders for Taber abrasion test and cuvettes for liquids.
The new material has been subject to the Taber abrasion test (which measures changes in the thickness, weight and optical dispersion of a sample placed against a rotating abrasion wheel), where it shows superior performance to a standard ribbon even after five times more rotations (as illustrated).
However, unlike standard EN 388 testing, the company continued with the abrasion test to see just how long the glove would last.
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However, I found that a dry abrasion test similar to ASTM D6037 gave surface damage much like many of the more severe field scratches and differentiated well between different coating technologies.
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Abrasion test was performed according to ASTM D 4060-07 by measuring the weight loss after abrasion (Fig.
The mixes were evaluated for their volumetric properties, permeability measured using the falling-head method, aged abrasion loss determined using the Cantabro abrasion test method, and the test for moisture susceptibility based on the tensile strength ratio method.
The advanced material shows minimal visible wear after standard abrasion test ASTM D3884.
They compared different brands of toothpaste by examining everything from smell and colour to an abrasion test timing how long it took to remove permanent marker from a ceramic tile.