Strength of Deep Corrugated Structural Plate Bolted Longitudinal Lapped Seams ASTM A1108

Scope: ASTM 1108 is necessary to determine the ultimate strength in compression of bolted longitudinal seams with lapped connections in deep corrugated structural plates. This test method is used to establish the maximum power of bolted structural plate longitudinal seams for design. Test Procedure: This test method prepares representative seamed specimens, tests them in compression,...

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Detrimental Intermetallic Phase in Duplex Ferritic Stainless Steels ASTM A923

Scope: ASTM A923 test methods are used to detect a harmful intermetallic phase in duplex austenitic/ferritic stainless steel that significantly impacts toughness and corrosion resistance. Sodium Hydroxide Etch Test is used to classify Etch Structures of Duplex Stainless Steels, Charpy Impact Test for classification of Duplex Stainless Steel Structures, and Ferric Chloride Corrosion Test for...

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Drop-Weight Tear Tests ASTM E436-03

Scope: The standard test method, Drop-Weight Tear Tests ASTM E436-03, is used to determine the appearance of propagating fractures in plain carbon or low-alloy pipe steels (yield strengths less than 825 MPa) over the temperature range where the fracture mode changes from brittle (cleavage or flat) to ductile. The goal of ASTM E436-03 is to...

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The tension of wire ropes and stands ASTM A931

Scope: ASTM A931 is the most efficient testing method; it calculates the measured braking force, yield strength, elongation, and modulus of elasticity. Tension testing should be done on new wire ropes in most cases. Individual wire strengths can be reduced by abrasion and nicking when the wire rope is used in any application, reducing wire...

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Evaluating Bond of Seven-Wire Steel Prestressing Strand ASTM A1081

Scope: ASTM A1081 method establishes the standard for prestressing steel strands in pre-tensioned and post-tensioned concrete constructions. The strand bond is impacted by manufacturing processes, subsequent handling, and storage conditions. The bond strength and bond breaker can be determined. Performance and reliability for construction use are studied. Test Procedure: Six strands samples are withdrawn from...

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Testing Multi-Wire Steel Prestressing Strand ASTM A1061

Scope: ASTM A1061 test method deals with the proper application of the mechanical properties of the strand and how they can be maintained or manipulated. This test determines the breaking strength of the strand and calculates the conditions of premature failure. The test failure risks and errors in testing can be determined and dealt with....

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Testing Mechanical Splices for Steel Reinforcing Bars ASTM A1034

Scope: ASTM A1034 determines the standard for measuring the performance and strength of bar slice assembly. It specifies the acceptability of mechanical splice under specific design criteria for varied concrete structural members. Performance evaluation of the mechanical splices is dependent on the similarity of the materials and methods of assembly and those used in the...

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Hydrogen Embrittlement Resistance for Steel Wire ASTM A1032

Scope: ASTM A1032 test method establishes a standard for providing the pipes with long-term performance. The time passed by the stressed wire specimen in tolerating the heated solution of NH₄SCN without failure is its resistance to hydrogen-induced embrittlement.  Test Procedure: Prepare a test specimen by sealing the ends of the cell and placing it in...

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Metallic Coatings on Steel by X-Ray Fluorescence ASTM A754

Scope: This test method establishes a standard for calculating the weight and thickness of coatings on steel sheets by applying X-ray fluorescence or isotope measuring instruments. Zinc coating protects against corrosion. Different layer designations are formed as per the specifications of the zinc-coated steel sheet, which helps the purchaser choose the most suitable coating weight. ...

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Weight of coating on aluminum-coated iron or steel articles ASTM A428

Scope: This test technique establishes a standard for determining the mass of aluminum coatings applied to iron or steel items. Aluminum coatings on iron or steel objects produce a relatively inert barrier that protects against corrosion. The thicker layer will provide more protection against mechanical damage that could cause the coating to crack. Test Procedure:...

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Zinc Coating Mass Test ASTM A90

Scope: This test technique establishes a standard for calculating the weight of zinc coatings on iron and steel items. Zinc coatings on iron and steel objects provide corrosion resistance. Different designations or coating classes are typically delivered in specifications for zinc-coated goods so that the buyer can select the coating weight best suited for the...

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Detecting Detrimental Phases in Lean Duplex Ferritic Stainless Steels ASTM A1084

Scope: Each Method is used for detecting the presence of possibly deleterious phases in Lean Duplex Stainless Steels, Charpy V-notch Impact Test for assessing the existence of harmful steps in Lean Duplex Stainless Steels. The presence of harmful phases in Lean Duplex Stainless Steels can be determined using the Inhibited Ferric Chloride Corrosion Test. These...

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Mechanical Testing of Steel Products Metric ASTM A1058

Scope: The mechanical tests outlined here are used to determine the properties included in the product specifications. The tension test is used to determine the load that is sufficient to cause a rupture, and the bend test is used to assess ductility, while the hardness test determines the resistance. The Brinell test is frequently used...

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Structural Insulation of A-Class Divisions Constructed of Steel ASTM F2877

Scope: ASTM F2877 is crucial to define and measure the response of the products, materials, or assemblies to flame and heat in controlled conditions. The non-combustible passive fire safety insulation installed meets the best degree of commercial fire resistance expected. Mainly this test method is beneficial to assess the ability of a non-flammable passive fire...

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Conducting Temperature Uniformity Surveys ASTM A991

Scope: The standard test method, Conducting Temperature Uniformity Surveys ASTM A991, is used to determine the capability of the furnace to fulfill the permitted temperature variation specified in the applicable product specification. The uniformity survey aims to select the temperature range present in different furnace parts under normal operating conditions. Those who utilize, manufacture, and...

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