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ISO Ambient Tensile Testing of Metallic Materials. What Changed? In , ISO replaced and combined both the previous ISO and. ISO pdf - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Abstract: This paper contains some information for differences of latest versions of metallic materials tensile testing standards ISO and ASTM.
This is part one in a series of four standards which detail how to conduct tensile testing of metallic materials. This part looks at tensile testing methods for metallic materials at room temperature.
It brings together the European and international testing methods. The other standards in the series are: Part 2: Method of test at elevated temperature published Part 3: Method of test at low temperature published Part 4: Method of test in liquid helium published Who is this standard for? Designers and engineers of metallic products and components Specifiers It will also be a useful reference for major fabrication contracts between manufacturers and customers.
Why should you use this standard? It specifies the method for tensile testing of metallic materials and defines the mechanical properties which can be determined at room temperature.
Two standard methods of testing speeds are available. The first Method A is based on strain rates including crosshead separation rate ; the second Method B is based on maintaining a stress rate during elastic region of tensile test.
Method A is intended to minimize the variation of the test rates during the moment when strain rate sensitive parameters are determined, and to minimize the measurement uncertainty of the test results.
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ISO 6892:1998 Metallic materials - Tensile testing at ambient temperature
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Method A is intended to minimize the variation of the test rates during the moment when strain rate sensitive parameters are determined and to minimize the measurement uncertainty of the test results. The influence of the testing speed on the mechanical properties, determined by the tensile test, is normally greater at an elevated temperature than at room temperature.
Traditionally, mechanical properties determined by tensile tests at elevated temperatures have been determined at a slower strain or stressing rate than at room temperature. This part of ISO recommends the use of slow strain rates but, in addition, higher strain rates are permitted for particular applications, such as comparison with room temperature properties at the same strain rate.
BS EN ISO 6892-1:2016
During discussions concerning the speed of testing in the preparation of this part of ISO , it was decided to consider deleting the stress rate method in future revisions. This International Standard does not address any health hazards, safety or environmental matters associated with its use.
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SANS ISO Standard 6892-1 (Tensile testing of metallic materials) .pdf
The exception may be the extensometer gauge length see 3. The additional symbols used in this part of ISO are given in Table 1.
NOTE This parameter is calculated from measurements taken at room temperature. For other properties with higher extension an ISO class 2 extensometer in the relevant range may be used. The extensometer gauge length shall be not less than 10 mm and shall correspond to the central portion of the parallel length.
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Muhammad Destama. Why should you use this standard? The extensometer gauge length shall be not less than 10 mm and shall correspond to the central portion of the parallel length. Ahmad Jukliv Pandu Yoedhawan.