Analysis of Sulfochromate Etch Solution ASTM D2674

Scope: The ASTM D2674 standard specifies three different test procedures:  The sulfuric acid concentration of a Sulfochromate solution is measured using Method A. The hexavalent and trivalent Chromium concentration of a Sulfochromate solution is measured using  Method B. Method C is a substitute for determining the hexavalent and trivalent Chromium concentration of a Sulfochromate solution....

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Torsion Testing of Wire ASTM A938

Scope: The standard test method, Torsion Testing of Wire ASTM A98, is a valuable technique for measuring wire ductility under torsional loading. The complex stress and strain conditions that arise in the sample throughout the test are sensitive to tiny differences in materials. A torsion test is used to examine how a sample reacts when...

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Determining Boron-10 Areal Density ASTM E2971-16

Scope: The ASTM E2971-16 standard is used to quantify the 10B areal density of aluminium neutron absorber materials used in systems to manage criticality. Containers for transferring and transporting nuclear fuel, spent nuclear fuel pools, spent nuclear fuel dry storage canisters, and new nuclear fuel transport containers. This standard is expected to be used by...

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Determination of Resistance to Fracturing of Metallic Materials by R-curves ASTM E561

Scope: ASTM E561 test method determines the crack extension values of the materials by careful studies of the KR Curve. The yield strength and toughness of the materials are adjusted. Slow crack extension resulting from the growth of plastic zones in the presence of a progressing crack driving force contributes to the toughness and reliability...

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Determining the Image Quality ASTM E545-19

Scope: The standard test method ASTM E545-19 is used to determine quantitative data on neutron beam and image system parameters that influence film exposure and, as a result, image quality. In addition, Beam Purity Indicator (BPI) is used to check the neutron radiography quality on a day-to-day basis. The BPI is developed and tested using...

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Determining Electrical Conductivity ASTM E1004-17

Scope: The standard test method, determining Electrical Conductivity, ASTM E1004-17 can be utilized to determine the electrical conductivity of nonmagnetic materials when used in conjunction with known value reference standards. This test is used to determine metal or alloy type, heat treatment type (for aluminum, this evaluation should be used in conjunction with a hardness...

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Determination of Crack-Tip-Opening Angle ASTM E3039

Scope: The standard test method, Determination of Crack-Tip-Opening Angle ASTM E3039, is used to estimate the critical steady-state crack-tip opening angle (CTOA B/2) using measurements of force (P) versus load-line displacement, using the simplified single-specimen method (S-SSM). Crack-Tip-Opening Angle critical value used to characterize stable tearing in thin metallic materials as a fracture resistance criterion....

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Measurement of Initiation Toughness in Surface Cracks ASTM E2899

Scope: ASTM E2899 test method defines a standard for test and analysis of surface cracks that aids in research and helps explain test specimens in three regimes: an elastic-plastic regime, a linear-elastic regime, and a field-collapse regime. It provides details about the design, crack-front behavior, and toughness of the material, making it applicable for use....

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Determination of Reference Temperature for Ferritic Steels ASTM E1921

Scope: ASTM E1921 test method defines a standard for the choice of the specimen based on proportional dimensions and is unique to the homogeneous materials. It deals with cleavage cracking and temperature changes. It determines the fracture toughness and tolerance of ferritic steels. This method deals with screening criterion, theoretical reasoning, and shape-location master curve...

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Mechanical Uniaxial Pre-strain and Thermal Recovery of Shape Memory Alloys ASTM E3098

Scope: ASTM E3098 test method covers the shape memory effect properties of the specimen. The stiffness of the material, recovery of the deformed portion, strain calculation, functioning, product assessment, transformation temperatures, quality control, specification acceptance, and research are dealt with in this method. This creates ease for the customer and supplier to reach an agreement....

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Mechanical Uniaxial Constant Force Thermal Cycling of Shape Memory Alloys ASTM E3097

Scope: ASTM E3097 test method defines a standard for the selection and design of shape memory alloys. Constant force thermal cycling tests cover the effect of thermal cycling on the material. The method is helpful for compression testing and measuring the potential strength of shape memory alloys. The impact of temperature on the specimen and...

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Tension Testing of Metallic Materials ASTM E8/E8M

Scope: ASTM E8/E8M test method defines a standard for the industrial use of metallic materials by performing tension testing. Tension testing is effective in determining the strength and ductility of materials under tensile stress. It contributes towards the alloy development, quality control and designing of the materials along with setting the comparison standards. This method...

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Notched Bar Impact Testing of Metallic Materials ASTM E23-18

Scope: ASTM E23 predicts the likelihood of brittle fracture accurately. The Charpy V-notch (CVN) impact test has been used widely in mechanical testing steel products, procurement specifications, and research for almost three decades. These test methods of impact testing are helpful specifically to the behavior of metal when it is subjected to a single application...

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Salt Spray (Fog) Testing ASTM B117

Scope: ASTM B117 test method is used to create and maintain the salt spray (fog) test environment that impacts many industries regarding quality control. ASTM B117 is used to compare the corrosive resistance of different metals, determine suitable materials for a specific environment, and determine corrosion creep and coating adhesion. This test provides useful information...

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Instrumented Impact Testing of Metallic Materials ASTM E2298

Scope: Instrumented Impact Testing of Metallic Materials ASTM E2298 is a standard test technique for measuring the absorbed energy involved with fracturing CVN or MCVN specimens using test machines having a dial, optical encoder, or both. Instrumented testing allows the estimation of characteristic force, partly instrumented absorbed energy, and displacement parameters. Displacement parameters provide additional...

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