creep test

creep test

[′krēp ‚test]
(engineering)
Any one of a number of methods of measuring creep, for example, by subjecting a material to a constant stress or deforming it at a constant rate.
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1] loading rate and tensile creep test at 45 MPa were used to determine the material parameters within the Anand model and corresponding results are listed in Table 1.
Conventional crosslinking measurements are the gel fraction test and creep test, requiring destruction of the tested material.
All of the reported 34 bending creep test series (with 340 specimens), were performed with two-part laminated spruce (Picea abies) specimens according to the European structural adhesive creep test standard EN 15416-3.
However, due to limitations of the Bent Strip ESCR method, several alternative ESCR tests have been developed for use in the United States and Europe including Pennsylvania Notch Test (PENT), Full Notch Creep Test (FNCT), cone test and notch pipe test (NPT) [1].
Traditional methods for assessing long-term behaviour in pressure pipes like the Full Notch Creep Test (FNCT) and Notched Pipe Test are measured in months and sometimes years.
In last month's column, I described the Creep Test and how to perform it.
Full notch creep test results showed that GX 5002 performed better than competitive materials.
A tensile creep test was conducted for MD and CD samples for both sheets subjected to a constant relative humidity (RH) of 80% then followed by a cyclic RH between 80 and 30% RH.
In a creep test, samples were subjected to a constant shear of 30 Pa for 60 seconds.