ASTM E1820-21 Standard test method for measurement of fracture toughness

Scope: ASTM E1820-21 gives procedure and guidelines to determine the fracture toughness using K, J, and CTOD (d) parameters. Toughness is measured in the R-curve format or as a point value. Test Procedure: The Overall objective of this method is to develop a force-displacement record to evaluate J, K, and CTOD. Two procedures are used...

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ASTM E1787-16 Standard test method for Anions in Caustic Soda and Caustic Potash by Ion Chromatography

Scope: ASTM E1787-16 is used to determine anionic impurities in 50% Caustic Soda (Sodium hydroxide) and 50 % Caustic potash (Potassium hydroxide) solutions using ion chromatography (IC). Anions that can be determined at a concentration of 0.1 to 100 ppm include bromide, chlorate, chloride, fluoride, nitrate, phosphate, and sulfate. By varying sample size we can...

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ASTM E1782-14 Determination of Vapour Pressure by Thermal Analysis

Scope: ASTM E1782-14 standard test method evaluates the vapour pressure of liquids using Differential Thermal Analysis (DTA) or Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) techniques at different system pressures. This test method can be applied over a temperature range of 273 to 773 K and for 5 kPa to 2 MPa pressures. Test Procedure: In ASTM E1782-14...

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ASTM E1735-19 Standard Test Method for Determining Relative Image Quality of Industrial Radiographic Film Exposed to X-Radiation from 4 to 25MeV

Scope: ASTM E1735-19 test method covers determination of the relative image quality response of industrial radiographic film when exposed to X-radiation sources having photon energies from 4 to 25 MeV. Evaluation of the film is based on the visibility of holes in a special image quality indicator (IQI). It is essential to state the exposure...

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ASTM E1740-22 Standard Test Method for Determining the Heat Release Rate and Other Fire-Test-Response Characteristics of Wall Covering or Ceiling Covering Composites Using a Cone Calorimeter

Scope: ASTM E1740-22 is fire-test-response test method that covers determination of the ignitability and heat release rate of composites consisting of a wall covering or ceiling covering, a substrate, and all laminating adhesives, coatings, and finishes. Test Procedure:   The ASTM E1740-22 test method is based on the observation that generally the net heat of combustion...

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ASTM E1641-13 Method for Decomposition Kinetics by Thermogravimetry using the Ozawa/Flynn/Wall Method

Scope: ASTM E1641-13 test method determines the kinetic parameters, Arrhenius activation energy, and pre exponential factor by thermogravimetry. ASTM E1641-13 test method is based on the assumption that the decomposition obeys first-order kinetics by using the Ozawa/Flynn/Wall conversational method. ASTM E1641-13 test method is generally applicable to materials with well-defined decomposition profiles occurring in the...

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ASTM E1640-13 Method for Assignment of the Glass Transition Temperature by Dynamic Mechanical Analysis

Scope: ASTM E1640-13 test method determines the assignment of a glass transition temperature (Tg) of materials which are thermally stable in the glass transition region using dynamic mechanical analysers. The materials have an elastic modulus in the range of 0.5 MPa to 100 GPa is preferred. Test Procedure: In ASTM E1640-13, a specimen of known...

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ASTM D6480-05 Test method for determining asbestos in samples wiped from surfaces

Scope: ASTM D6480-05 is used to assess building surfaces, including ceiling tiles, shelving, electrical components, ductwork, and so on. This test method generates an index of asbestos structure concentration per unit area sampled based on a quantitative assessment of the number of asbestos structures found during analysis. Procedure In ASTM D6480-05 test, a sample is...

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ASTM E793−06 Enthalpies of Fusion and Crystallization by Differential Scanning Calorimetry

Scope: E793 – 06 is useful for quality control, specification acceptance, and research. Differential scanning calorimetry is a quick way to determine the enthalpy changes that accompany first-order material transitions. Procedure The temperature region of fusion or crystallization is reached by heating a test specimen at a regulated rate in a controlled environment. The heat...

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ASTM E756-05 Measuring Vibration-Damping Properties of Materials

Scope: The ASTM E756-05 test method involves loss factor and modulus of damping materials that are useful for determining how to control vibration in structures and the sound emitted by those structures, particularly during resonance.  Procedure: Over a wide range of modulus values, different test specimens were employed to explore extensional and shear damping properties...

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ASTM E736-00 Cohesion/Adhesion of Fire-Resistive Materials

Scope: ASTM E736 test method purpose is to identify an SFRM property that can be utilized to determine its in-place serviceability. Procedure: A metal or plastic cap with a hook is used to determine cohesion/adhesion. An appropriate adhesive is used to secure the cap on the SFRM. Manually increasing load is applied as measured by...

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ASTM E680-79 Drop Weight Impact Sensitivity of Hazardous Materials

Scope: This ASTM E680-79 test method is applicable to all testing that concentrates on establishing a relative sensitivity scale for hazardous materials. This test is also important in testing the process thickness samples. The normalized H50 results are useful in assessing the vulnerabilities related with the manufacture, transportation, storage, and use of hazardous materials. Procedure...

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ASTM E662-14 Specific Optical Density of Smoke

Scope: This ASTM E662-14 test method is useful for research and development purposes only, not for regulatory rating reasons. Under the specified exposure conditions, the optical density of smoke that is generated by solid material specimen as well as assemblies can be determined by this test method. Procedure In this test procedure, an electrically heated...

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ASTM E648 Critical Radiant Flux of Floor-Covering Systems

Scope: ASTM E648 is useful in assessing one of the characteristics of fire exposure behavior for floor-covering systems. This test method is also suitable for regulatory statutes, specification acceptance, design purposes, or development and research. The test is also important to samples of floor-covering systems that follow standard installation procedures. Procedure Radiant heat energy source...

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ASTM E647 − 13a Measurement of Fatigue Crack Growth Rates

Scope: To determine the impact of fatigue crack propagation on component life when subjected to cyclic loads. The data is created in a realistic environment and combined with statistics on fracture toughness. To set material selection and inspection guidelines damage-tolerant applications must meet certain requirements. Procedure This test method comprises cyclic loading of notched specimens...

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