Tensile testing: monotonic to failure
A uniaxial tensile test is performed at a specified strain rate. Strain is measured using Digital Image Correlation (DIC) or a clip-on extensometer. Testing can be done according to ASTM D638, ISO 527, or other relevant tensile testing standard.
This test can generally be performed at any temperature between -80ºC and 280ºC.
- CT: Cryogenic temperatures (-80ºC to 20ºC)
- RT: Room temperature (~ 20ºC)
- HT: High temperatures (20ºC to 280ºC)
Note: The use of the temperature chamber for high and low temperature tests limits the crosshead displacement for these tests. Some combinations of material, temperature, and specimen geometries may not be possible to complete to failure.
Strain rates up to ~ 1/s are possible, depending on specimen geometry.
ASTM D638, ISO 527
Time, Engineering Strain, Engineering Stress
ASTM D638 or ISO 527 "dog-bone" geometries are preferred. Comparable non-standard dog-bone or cylindrical geometries are also possible.
Note that we request extra specimens to ensure a sufficient supply of specimens for valid testing.
Veryst can also assist in molding standard and non-standard test specimens. Please contact us if you are interested in discussing this option.
Two - five (2-5)
For a customized quotation, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate the Test ID (UT001), type of material, test temperatures, specimen geometries available, or other relevant details.