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During a creep test, specimens are subjected to a static load. This corresponds to the load placed on many components made of plastic.
The specimen strain is recorded over the course of the test, which often lasts 1, hours. Using this data, creep curves can be generated, which depict the long-term behavior of plastics.
Creep tests are described in the following standards: Since this type of test runs over a long period of time, it is typical to test multiple specimens at once.
In this way it is possible to achieve statistically verified test results. The testing machines are equipped with multiple test axes.
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Conditioning is an important part of the test. It is necessary to prevent thermal expansion due to temperature fluctuations, which overlap the creep strain. For this reason it is necessary to ensure that the ambient temperature remains constant throughout the test. For tests above or below ambient temperature, precisely controlled temperature chambers are used. The specimen strain is determined optically by modern creep test systems that use a high-precision video measurement system.
It is mounted behind the test axes to allow access to the system by the operator from the front.
The electromechanical creep testing machine, KappaMultistationis equipped with a load cell and one drive per test axis. Along with creep testing,they can be used for quasistatic test methods, for example, to perform a tensile test to 8999-2 The test axes are equipped with tensile specimen grips.
They provide slip-free gripping of the specimen, typically specimen type 1A to ISO The test load is calculated according to the requirements and must be applied without jolts and then held constant. Specimen strain is recorded by a state-of-the-art measuring system. A three-point flexure fixture, as described in ISO for flexure testsis used as the flexure test tool. The standard ISO specimen has dimensions of 10 x 4 x 80 mm and is taken from the mid-section of the multi-purpose specimen.
As is the case with all flexure tests, the specimen height must be measured carefully. The test load, which is specified prior to the start of the test is based on the polymer characteristics and the intended use, is applied without jolts. Deflection is measured using either the die movement after correction to the self-deformation of the test arrangement or using a video iiso system.
The test results are as follows: Tensile creep modulus and the nominal tensile creep modulus Creep tensile strength Creep curves with logarithmic time axis Creep module time curves with logarithmic time axis Isochrone stress-strain curves Recovery strain curve. Flexure creep modulus Creep flexural strength Creep curves with logarithmic time axis Creep module time curves with logarithmic time axis Isochrone stress-strain curves.
The materials covered range from simple polyolefins to high-performance thermoplastics. The company has recently expanded its creep tensile testing capacity by investing in two Kappa Multistation creep testing systems by ZwickRoell. Electromechanical Creep Testing Machines The Kappa creep 899- machine is equipped with a central lead screw and is suitable for creep tests and advanced creep tests requiring maximum precision in force control.
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