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Uniaxial Tension (UT) Testing

The uniaxial tension test is one of the most commonly used tests to determine important material parameters such as Young’s modulus, yield strength, ultimate strength, elongation at break, Poisson’s ratio, and Lankford coefficients (r-values). Veryst Engineering is ISO 17025:2005 accredited to perform this test according to ASTM D638 and ASTM D1708.

Uniaxial tension tests are typically performed monotonically to failure at a single strain rate; however, Veryst commonly performs them at several strain rates, and combines them with more sophisticated tension tests using strategies such as multiple loading cycles and/or relaxation periods to capture and characterize more subtle material behavior.

In addition to standard axial strain measurements using clip-on extensometers, Veryst also possesses Digital Image Correlation (DIC) technology, which permits full-field strain measurements of the specimen as well as non-contact large strain (> 500%) elongation measurements. For more information on DIC technology, please click here.

Veryst offers the following Uniaxial Tension tests:

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