High Temperature Tensile Stress Strain for Metals
Tensile stress strain tests are performed at high temperatures above 300°C. A tensile specimen is loaded into testing machine and induction heaters are used to heat the specimen to the desired temperature. Extensometers and load cells are used to record tensile stress and strain in the gauge region.
Machining of tensile bars
- ASTM E21
Engineering Tensile Stress-Strain Curves, Offset Yield Strain in Tension, Offset Yield Stress in Tension, Tensile Modulus, Tensile Strain at Break, Tensile Strain at Yield, Tensile Strength at Break, Tensile Strength at Yield, Tensile strength at ultimate, True Tensile Stress-Strain Curves. This data appears in Matereality as Tensile Properties.
Number of times this test is repeated: 5
10 tensile bars [details]
Tensile stress strain data at high temperatures is useful for designing structures and parts that operate in high temperature environments.