Tensile strength Essays

  • Tensile Strength Lab Report

    1256 Words  | 6 Pages

    RESULTS & DISCUSSION 4.1 ULTIMATE TENSILE STRENGTH In the first run nine experiments are performed and tensile strength is calculated on the universal testing machine as shown in the table: 4.1. Table 4.1: Tensilestrength Trial 1 of the Specimens for Single Sided Joint Speed(r.p.m) Sample No. Feed (mm/min.) Shoulder Diameter (mm) Area (mm2) Load (KN) Tensile strength Trial1 (KN/mm2) 1950 S1 20 16 150 9 0.06 S2 25 18 150 11.25 0.075 S3 30 20 150 18

  • Tensile Strength Case Study

    1343 Words  | 6 Pages

    that the compressive strength decreases as the concrete temperature increases. The compressive strength for concrete temperatures between 35-40oC decreased by about 9% compared to the compressive strength for concrete temperatures between 20 to 25oC. From about 22˚ to 120˚C the concrete compressive strength decrease is attributable to thermal swelling of the physically-bound water that causes disjoint pressures. From 120˚C to about 300˚C there is a regain of compressive strength that is generally attributed

  • Plastic Elongation

    815 Words  | 4 Pages

    plastic which is able to resist any breakage under tensile strength is preferred. These can be achieved by exert the plastic films with the characteristics like high tensile strength and high degree of elongation. A packaging material or plastic material which is brittle in natures, and with poor tensile strength and flexibility will have a minimal use in food packaging industry. Basically, tensile strength can be defined as the maximum tensile stress that the plastic can sustain without being fractured

  • Friction Welding Essay

    3612 Words  | 15 Pages

    pressure (FP), friction time (FT), upset pressure (UP) and upset time (UT), the output are tensile strength, hardness and material losses. Based on the input and output values the strength can be analyzed. In our present investigation, Ti-6Al-4V and SS304L materials were joined by friction welding process using interlayer techniques. In this study, optimum process parameters are analyzed for better weld strength. Key words: Friction welding, welding parameters, Ti6Al4V, SS304L, Copper,

  • Tensile Test

    1210 Words  | 5 Pages

    3. Mechanical property testing: The fabricated material is taken in to study for Tensile, Impact and Hardness measurements. Tensile strength was calculated using a universal testing machine. Impact strength is calculated in Impact testing machine and Hardness is calculated in Shore durometer machine. One identical sample was tested for each test and readings were tabulated. Table1. Designation and composition of fabricated composites: MATERIAL NOTATION GLASS FIBER (VOLUME %) EPOXY (VOLUME %) FILLER

  • Concrete Essay

    1318 Words  | 6 Pages

    listed below. 1. Low tensile strength. 2. Low post cracking capacity. 3. Brittleness and low ductility. The presence of micro cracks in the concrete play a significant role in decreasing the strength of plain concrete, this problem can be solved by adding different fibers in the mixture of the concrete, many kinds of concrete can be used one of them is steel fibers which we

  • Roll Welding Experiments: The Roll Welding Process

    982 Words  | 4 Pages

    acceptable bonding of composite layers and avoiding exfoliating. Increasing the amperage cause to enhance the bonding strength among the composite layers and by increasing thickness

  • Tensile Test Essay

    1054 Words  | 5 Pages

    Janet A3 & Bharathikanna R4 1, 2.3 & 4 Parisutham Institute of technology and science, Thanjavur, Tamil nadu, India aramdurai.mech@gmail.com, bchanmech89@gmail.com Keywords: MMC, TiB2p, Tensile test, Hardness Abstract. Metal matrix composite (MMC) focuses primarily on improved strength, hardness and tensile properties. The AMMC are widely used in Hi-TECH Engineering application as it has superior properties than any other MMC. Properties of this material depend upon the manufacturing techniques

  • Essay On Hardness Testing

    1634 Words  | 7 Pages

    observe a set of destructive mechanical testing on certain types of materials all with different properties, where there are three different types of destructive mechanical testing to be completed. Such as: Tensile testing, to observe the material’s ability to deform with application of tensile stress to a specimen. Where stress and strain will be gauged and displayed as a graph on a connected monitor. Hardness testing, to observe how much force is required for the material’s surface to have an indentation

  • Tensile Testing: A Lab Report On Tensile Testing

    967 Words  | 4 Pages

    Tensile Test Lab Report From: To: J. Doe Contract Officer Engineering Products Corp. Anywhere, KY Date: 15th OCTOBER 2014 Executive Summary: Tensile tests are carried out to enable us understand the properties of different materials and how they behave when under load. In the lab we tested two kinds of metal. Two aluminum (Ax and Ay) and three steel (Sx, Sy, and Sz). We used two machines: a servo-hydraulic load frame to determine the yield strength and ultimate tensile strength and

  • Feasibility Study Of Concrete Essay

    1329 Words  | 6 Pages

    I also realized the higher compressive strength may be achieved by using certain amount of polypropylene fiber. Therefore, I proposed to improve the strength, durability and permeability of Recycled concrete in this study by adding certain amount of polypropylene fiber with recycled aggregate. Researchers all over the world today are focusing on light weight concrete (LWC) with high strength. Tall buildings are very popular now a days and it’s very difficult to

  • Jeltrate Alginate Experiment

    1833 Words  | 8 Pages

    was tensile strength and elongation at break. The tensile strength is closely related with the additional of Jeltrate alginate, while the elongation at break is closely related with additional of glycerol. Fundamentally, biological polymers show good biocompatibility but their mechanical properties are often poor. Hence, the mechanical properties of the blend of TPS Jackfruit seed on Jeltrate alginate were measured in order to analyse their effect (Zhang and Han 2006). 4.1.1 Tensile Strength Tensile

  • Tension Test Lab Report

    1182 Words  | 5 Pages

    of materials by using a tension test. The properties that were determined was Young’s Modulus, ultimate tensile strength, and yield strength. Three aluminum alloys were tested. The first was the AA 2024 , which is high strength used in aerospace applications. The second specimen was AA 5052, which had low strength, but high ductility. The last specimen used was AA 6061, which has moderate strength and is highly resistant to corrosion. Procedure: To test each specimen, a tension test machine was

  • Friction Welding Experiment

    1995 Words  | 8 Pages

    2.07 Upset Pressure (MPa) 2.76 ? 3.45 Burn-off Length (mm) 10 -12 Spindle Speed (rpm) 1600 ? 2000 Response surface methodology was adopted to determine the optimal parameters. Regression equation for the determination of optimal tensile strength was also developed. The microhardness determination across the weld was done using Vicker?s microhardness tester. The specimens for microhardness examination were sectioned to the required size from the welded joints and polished using different

  • Advantages Of Monofilament Suture

    993 Words  | 4 Pages

    construction care must be taken in handling and tying the suture as any crushing can weaken the suture also they are not very pliable so they need multiple throws so as to prevent knot loosening . Multifilament sutures on the other hand affords greater tensile strength, pliability, and flexibility. Multifilament sutures may also be coated so as to help them pass relatively smoothly through tissue and enhance handling characteristics. Coated multifilament sutures are

  • Rubber Reinforced Concrete Case Study

    784 Words  | 4 Pages

    2. The strength of GFRC GFRC is a product that has high tensile strength, which are indispensable in the construction of a stronger building. The flexural strength that can be produced by the GFRC, can reach up to 4000 psi, and it has a very high

  • Friction Stir Welding Report

    1220 Words  | 5 Pages

    Friction stir welding process is used to combine high strength aluminum alloys, thermoplastic material and other metals also. In Friction stir welding high temperature results in excessive heat generation which ultimately results in various defects that leads to failure of the welded joint. Welded joints are defined on the basis of their strength which includes both types of strengths yield as well as tensile strength that termed as mechanical strength that shows how efficiently it will work, when heavy

  • Welding Process

    1526 Words  | 7 Pages

    speed in this welding constitutes as process parameters which lead to the investigation of microstructure, micro hardness distribution and tensile property of the joints. Fine grain refinement observed in the nugget zone of AA1100 and AA6082 layers. Three different speeds parameters used are 1200, 1400 and 1600 rpm among these 1600 rpm provides good tensile

  • Copper Slag Essay

    2166 Words  | 9 Pages

    0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, 50%, 60%, 80% and 100%. The mechanical properties of concrete determined in the laboratory include compression strength, splitting tensile strength and flexural tensile strength. The influence of partial replacement of fine aggregates by copper slag on the compressive strength, split tensile strength on cylinders and flexural strength of prisms has been evaluated. The test results showed that there is a possibility of use of copper slag as fine aggregate in

  • Adhesive Bond Essay

    838 Words  | 4 Pages

    In this experiment the adhesive fillet formation and adhesive mechanical strength are evaluated as a function of several different design variables. Aluminum and Nomex honeycomb core are considered to study the effect of core cell size and core material. The variables of the study are: • Thickness of the adhesive film. • Reticulation process of the adhesive. A crosslinking reaction that involves the formation of a three dimensional network formed by the union of the different homogeneous polymer