Tensile Stress-Strain, Strength, and Modulus
A universal testing machine (UTM) is used to determine modulus, tensile strength at yield or break, and stress-strain curves. The test specimen is loaded between the grips of the UTM. A mechanical (contact) or video (non-contact) extensometer is used to measure strain. The specimen is stretched at a constant speed while load and strain are recorded. The speed of testing is specified by the relevant standard.
NOTE: speeds below 1 mm/min are subject to a surcharge due to long test duration.
Measurements at speeds slower than 1 mm/min are feasible. Additional charges may apply for long duration tests or if test temperatures exceed 200°C .
- ASTM D638
- ISO 527-1
- ISO 527-5
- ISO 14129
- ASTM E8
Engineering Tensile Stress-Strain Curves, Offset Yield Strain in Tension, Offset Yield Stress in Tension, Tensile Modulus, Tensile Strain at Yield, Tensile Strength at Yield, True Tensile Stress-Strain Curves. This data appears in Matereality as Tensile Properties. [See Sample Data]
Number of times this test is repeated: 5
6 tensile bars [details]
This test is used for design engineering and may be required for automotive certification.