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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An in-house testing laboratory features internal mixers and mills for scale-up work, as well as advanced rheometers, a tensometer, a DisperGrader and an integrated laboratory management system from Alpha Technologies.
The aluminium to aluminium joints have been tested using tensometer to obtain the tensile shear strength on each combination of parameters.
Tenders are invited for Supply of digital tensometer
The tensile test of the FVJ joined PP/C30B/EA nanocomposite was carried out according to ASTM D638-14 using a computerized tensometer at a crosshead speed of 1 mm/min.
All specimens were tested for flexural resistance on the Hounsfield tensometer and for impact strength on Hounsfield balanced pendulum impact machine.
Students are still let loose on the Hounsfield Tensometer, which doesn't seem to have changed much.
The deformation force is determined by the usage of the tensometer device "Spider 8" with the appropriate software.
The tensile strength, elongation at break and tear resistance were determined using a tensometer.
even if it is a monitor, with that the patient is being offered contact; while placing the oximeter or tensometer, one can talk to the patient, you can explain the procedure and give instructions about their pathology; if the patient has high blood pressure you can talk to him, or if he or she is taking medications or if he or she has never had high blood pressure; well, you start to interact with them .
Stress-strain measurements were carried out at a crosshead speed of 500 mm / min and gauge length of 50 mm on the Hounsfield Tensometer tensile strength tester with Serial No.
The tensile tests were performed on various tensile samples using Monsanto tensometer.