ASTM D TESTING FIXTURE. Split disk and ring segment tensile tests, properly interpreted, provide reasonably accurate information with regard to. ASTM D TESTING FIXTURE. SPLIT-DISK TENSILE TEST. Pdf icon button Download PDF. Split disk and ring segment tensile tests, properly interpreted. ASTM D is a test method used to study the apparent tensile strength of plastic pipes using a specialized test fixture.
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Rather than testing a complete ring, two ast, long segments of the ring are tested together in a special fixture fully defined in ASTM D Sources of Additional Information: Reinforced thermosetting resin pipe may be tested by this standard regardless of fabrication method. In general, this test method is still generally considered an acceptable test for unidirectional hoop-wound composite rings.
The test cannot be considered significant for applications differing widely from the load-time scale of the standard test. One criticism is that some bending is induced in the ring specimen at the split. Historical Version s – view previous versions of standard. We are confident that we have what you are looking for. Friction between the split disk fixture and the ring specimen is also a concern. The version of ASTM D has added a Procedure D, for testing polyethylene pipe with a nominal diameter of 14″ and greater and preferably having a wall astj 1″ and greater.
ASTM D Plastic Pipe Hoop Tensile Strength Testing – ADMET
Work Item s – proposed revisions of this standard. Procedure C has been used on polyethylene and polybutylene pipe to produce results equivalent to Quick Burst results Dd2290 Method D for 4 in. These effects are discussed in References 3 and 4. Within limits, specimens of varying sizes can be tested using the same holders, by using interchangeable pairs of split disks.
The original fixture for testing Procedure A specimens, i. All of these revised procedures use the same general fixture configuration the configuration shown on the right side of Fig. Give one of our application engineers a call today for help with creating the best budget and testing plan according to ASTM D Although this original Procedure A test method was an ASTM standard from toits popularity has varied over the years.
The ASTM D standard determines the comparative apparent tensile strength of most plastic products f2290 a split disk test fixture tested under defined conditions and test machine speed. These former Procedure A specimens are hoop-wound rings of controlled diameter, width, and thickness, viz.
Force range of 5 kN to kN 1, lbf tolbf Adjustable test space The most popular choice for static tension and compression tests These dual column testers are available in both tabletop and floor standing models. These various specimen configurations and test procedures are fully defined in the version e2290 ASTM D Reference 1. Referenced Documents purchase separately The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but f2290 not provided as part of the standard.
The original Procedure B and C specimens, extruded and molded unreinforced plastic specimens and larger diameter extruded plastic pipe, respectively, utilized fixtures of the general type shown at the right side of Fig. However, this now deleted original Procedure A fixture, while no longer an ASTM standard, is still used for testing filament-wound d2209 rings, and the fixture is available from Wyoming Test Fixtures, Inc.
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The values given in parentheses are mathematical conversions to SI units that are provided for information only and are not considered standard. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.
By means of our plastic testing expertise and modular product design, we will help find the testing solution that is right for you. This potential error is analyzed and discussed in detail in References 2 and 3.
This test method also is applicable to extruded and molded thermoplastic pipe.
We offer machines, apparatus, testers, tensile grips, test fixtures, clamps, holders, jigs, faces, jaws, extensometers, environmental and humidity chambers, furnaces, baths and custom solutions for unique applications. This test method is applicable to reinforced-thermosetting resin pipe regardless of fabrication method. Extruded and molded thermoplastic piping is also covered by this test. Details of the now obsolete fixture and specimen for testing filament-wound rings can be found can be found in and earlier versions of ASTM D Data from this test are useful for research and development, quality control specification and design.
Have a question about asgm the test for this standard? Procedure D is used for polyethylene pipe with a nominal diameter of 14 in.
ASTM D2290 Plastic or Reinforced Plastic Pipe Tensile Testing Equipment
Procedure E is used for polyvinyl chloride PVC pipe with a nominal diameter of 14 in. Wyoming Test Fixtures Inc. Procedure A is now used for testing reinforced-thermosetting resin pipe, Procedure B for thermoplastic pipe of any size, and Procedure C for thermoplastic pipe d290 nominal diameters of 4.