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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In Section 3, the creep test of granite with preformed fractures with injecting alkaline and acid solution into the samples during creep test, respectively, is presented.
Based on the data obtained from the compression creep test of the argillaceous sandstone, the meshless method was introduced to study the rock creep, whose formula was derived from the generalized Kelvin model based on fractional calculus.
This creep test is conducted over just 300 hours and is not intended to advocate a shorter test than the normal 1,000-hour test.
This does not take the place of a real-time creep test. However, it does allow for some useful comparisons before a great deal of time is devoted to conducting long-term tests.
While traditional methods to evaluate environmental stress crack resistance (ESCR) in pressure pipe materials, such as the Full Notch Creep test, can take months, if not years, to complete, SABIC's development reduces this test time significantly, to just a few days.
Creep test was carried out on a device with four-wheel loading, where it is possible to perform creep test for 5 elements simultaneously (Figure 1).
The creep limit is defined as the magnitude of the maximum allowable stress that can be applied without damaging the material in a specific range of environmental conditions, and it is usually determined through a creep test. A creep test was performed on the P(VDF-TrFE) film in a simulated human body-like, in vivo environment to observe its viscoelastic property.