test specimen

test specimen

[′test ‚spes·ə·mən]
(engineering)
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Density data reported are the averages of the densities of many test specimens (conditioned to laboratory environment, approximately 21[degrees]C and 50% RH) for each material, calculated from direct measurements on the weight and on the geometric dimensions that are used to characterize each test specimen.
The instrument digitally displays the average tearing force of a single test specimen in one out of seven switch selectable units of measure, rounded to the nearest three digits.
The EM-2107A is provided with a reference standard test specimen, a dynamic range specimen and a convenient support stand, Dynamic range of greater than 80 dB is achievable, although the limiting factors are usually established by the cables and other test system components.
Users can initiate training requests online and gain access to the current test specimen database, online help and software updates.
The American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) F 2018, Standard Test Method for Time-to-Failure of Plastics Using Plane Strain Tensile Specimens, provides requirements that determine the time-to-failure of thermoplastic resins for piping applications by uniaxial loading of a grooved tensile test specimen.
Oil is pumped back and forth between an upper and lower reservoir, thereby producing a cyclic gas pressure in the test specimen, typically ranging from 40-45 psi.
Still, the costs for the test specimen in the shape of a ring are comparatively high.
Limited Tenders are invited for Standard Test Specimen Pack (100 Upper Specimen And 100 Lower Specimen)For Pcs,Uk Make Hfrr As Per The Method Iso 12156-2 Or Astm D 6079.
Recently, Lustek demonstrated an adhesion overmold tool designed to help application engineers verify silicone-to-plastic bonding on a test specimen.
What was sought was a way to evaluate a test specimen that is an actual piece of pipe.