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PWL#066B - Resources on Mechanical Testing, mechanical properties, tensile-testing,compress.-testing
February 16, 2009
February 16, 2009
PWL#066B - Resources on Mechanical Testing, mechanical properties, tensile-testing, compression-testing, bend-testing, impact-testing, notched bar-testing, fatigue-testing, creep-testing, creep-rupture-testing, hardness testing and more...
Please find here our new Mid Month Bulletin that we offer with the purpose of providing useful online information easily accessible to our readers, either now or at some later date.
Therefore may we suggest that you save or bookmark this page for your future reference.
Readers may recall that the subject of Mechanical Testing was briefly introduced in our page on Welding Testing. Click on the link for seeing it.
Now we present a list of online Resources on that argument.
Although the subject cannot be covered thoroughly in a short page like this one, for studying the matter in depth many valuable books are available. Select from the following Textbooks on Mechanical Testing.
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Note: The addresses reported hereafter were live and correct at the time of their publication. There is no guarantee that they will be always be so, because they are administered by the sources themselves and are under their control.
Therefore if the information is important to you, you may save the selected pages in a suitable folder on your Computer for easy reference.
Note: References to articles or other documents are given here in one of two forms. If the links are "live" (usually underlined or otherwise highlighted) they are operated with a click of the mouse.
If they are URL's (Uniform Resource Locator), which is the analogue of an address, they begin with "http://..." or "www.". These are not live and must be copied and pasted entirely into the browser (after having selected them with the mouse or otherwise). If they are long they may be displayed in two or more lines. In that case one has to care that the URL be copied completely in a single line without any space, and Enter.
Welding Metallurgy, Part 1: Understanding Mechanical Properties
Mechanical Testing - Understanding the Basics (6 pages)
Measurement Errors in Mechanical Testing (3 pages)
Mechanical Testing of Tiny Devices (3 pages)
Trends in Mechanical Testing (4 pages)
Physical and Mechanical Testing Standards
Mechanical testing and characterisation of a steel adherend
Mechanical testing of welded plastics joints
Mechanical testing of plastics welds
Mechanical testing - Tensile testing, Part I
Mechanical testing - Tensile testing Part II
Mechanical testing - notched bar or impact testing - Part I
Notched bar or impact testing. Part II
Mechanical assessment of welded joints in thermoplastics
Hardness Testing Part 1
Hardness Testing Part 2
Note: Practical Hardness Testing made Simple CTOD Testing Compact tension and J integral tests Fatigue testing Fatigue testing - Part 2 Fatigue testing - Part 3 A Temperature controlled mechanical test facility Measurement of coating properties and performance (8 links) Welding and testing of thermoplastics tanks and pipes Developing Optimum Toughness for GMA Welds Measuring the plastic strain ratio of sheet metals Introduction to forensic engineering - 3.5 Mechanical testing Device for In-situ Atomic Force Microscope Mechanical Testing In Situ Compression in the TEM
Compact tension and J integral tests
Fatigue testing - Part 2
Fatigue testing - Part 3
A Temperature controlled mechanical test facility
Measurement of coating properties and performance (8 links)
Welding and testing of thermoplastics tanks and pipes
Developing Optimum Toughness for GMA Welds
Measuring the plastic strain ratio of sheet metals
Introduction to forensic engineering - 3.5 Mechanical testing
Device for In-situ Atomic Force Microscope Mechanical Testing
In Situ Compression in the TEM
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