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Written in English


  • Extensometer.,
  • Strains and stresses.

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StatementBy Henry T. Bovey ... (Read May 22, 1901)
LC ClassificationsTA413 .B78
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Pagination3-16 p.
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6970143M
LC Control Number06018823

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Buy A New Extensometer: Read Kindle Store Reviews - of results for "Extensometer". Skip to main search results. 6 LS Series Contacting Extensometer User Manual INTRODUCTION Welcome to your new EXPlus series extensometer. It is designed to measure extension mechanically by tracking the separation of two arms, which are clamped to the sample by spring pressure. The EXPlus is designed for use with the LS Series of Lloyd Instruments testing machines. Extensometers are used to accurately measure specimen extension during tensile testing. Specifications for extensometers include gauge length, which is the distance between the knife edges at the start of the test and percent travel or elongation during test.

Designed for measuring r-values in sheet metal testing, this extensometer averages the lateral strain at two locations. This model may be used simultaneously with the Model axial extensometer. Specimen Size: Up to 25 mm width or diameter Measuring Ranges: 2 mm Temperature Range: °C to °C with -LHT option. An extensometer is a device that is used to measure changes in the length of an object. It is useful for stress-strain measurements and tensile tests. Its name comes from "extension-meter". It was invented by Charles Huston who described it in an article in the Journal of the Franklin Institute in Huston later gave the rights to Fairbanks & Ewing, a major manufacturer of . Product Information High Temperature Extensometers for Creep Testing Creep Tensile on Metals 4-Rod-Extensometer Ceramic and metal version Accessories for temperatures up to °C Inserts for different specimen shapes and sizes • Round specimen: Ø 4 mm to Ø 10 mm • Flat specimen: 4 x mm, 6 x mm. EXA Axial-Extensometer Clip-on extensometer EXA,25 for measuring change in length, e.g. on flat and round specimens. Easy to mount clips provide secure seating of specimens with rough and uneven surfaces. lo: 10 mm Measuring path: ± mm Temperature range: °C to + °C > Specification [PDF].

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