tensometer


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tensometer

(tĕn-sŏm′ĕ-tĕr) [L. tensio, a stretching, + Gr. metron, measure]
A device for testing the tensile strength of materials.
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Featured were enhanced versions of the Monsanto 2000 Series rheometers and Mooney viscometers; Moncal 10 automatic data collection system; Tensometer 10 tensile testing machine; Moncal 27 computer aided testing system; and supporting software.
Tensile strength was performed using the Hounsfield Tensometer model H 10 KS (Hounsfield Test Equipment Co.
Flexural tests (in three point bend) were carried out using a Hounsfield H10KS tensometer fitted with a 1000 N load cell.
PC 2000 Electronic Tensometer, supplied by Kudale Instruments Private Limited, Pune, India is used for flexural testing.
To have a real situation, the experimental method is accepted (with tensometer stamps).
Usually, a small piece of plastic film is used to hold an initial section apart, and hence allow the two ends to be clamped in the jaws of the tensometer.
All the 90 teeth were mounted and the shear bond strength was tested using an universal testing machine (Hounsfield Tensometer, UK) at the metallurgy department of KREC, Surathkal.
A Zwick Z030 tensometer fitted with a long travel contact extensometer was used to perform the tests.
Flexural tests were conducted using PC 2000 Electronic Tensometer, supplied by Kudale Instruments Private Limited, Pune, India.
The Tensometer 2020-DC universal testing machine is highlighted in this two-page bulletin.