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Description: A mechanical or physical shock is the sudden acceleration or deceleration caused by impact such as dropping, earthquake, or explosion and is usually measured by an accelerometer. The tests are conducted by impacting a mass on to the plane polymer surface. The testing investigates the varying energy
Standards and Technical Documents - Plastics -- Verification of pendulum impact-testing machines -- Charpy, Izod and tensile impact-testing -- ISO 13802:1999
Description: Plastics -- Verification of pendulum impact-testing machines -- Charpy, Izod and tensile impact-testing
Description: Introduction This procedure provides a method to determine the ability of optical fiber cables to withstand impact loads. The following parameters may be measured or observed: (a) The number of broken fibers caused by impacting the cable. (b) Damage to the outer sheath. (c) Changes in optical
Standards and Technical Documents - Impact Testing Exemption Curves for Low Temperature Operation of Pressure Piping -- STP-PT-028 - 2009Supplier: ASME
Description: View Additional Information This study investigates the impact test exemption curves of ASME Section VIII, UCS-66, extending them to thicknesses representative of piping components. Extension of ASME exemption curves has been accomplished by consistent application of old and new ASME fracture
Technical Courses and Programs - Impact Testing and Toughness Requirements for Pressure Vessels; ASME Section VIII, Divisions 1 & 2 -- MC125Supplier: ASME Training & Development
Description: All pressure vessel designers need to evaluate their vessel designs for toughness considerations, and determine if impact testing or other types of toughness testing is required. The rules of ASME Section VIII, Divisions 1 and 2 may require toughness testing to be performed to demonstrate
- Type: Course
- Modality: Off Site (Conference / Seminar)
- Industry: Building / Construction
- Technology / Subject: Boilers / Pressure Vessels, Testing / Test Methods
Standards and Technical Documents - ANSI S2.15 Standard Document -- AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND OPERATION OF CLASS HI(HIGH IMPACT) SHOCK - TESTING MACHINE FOR LIGHTWEIGHT EQUIPMENT
Description: Description / Abstract There is no abstract information for this document.
Standards and Technical Documents - Guidelines for particle impact noise detection (PIND) testing, operator training and certification -- IEC PAS 62171:2000
Description: Aims at disseminating and sharing the relevant information on PIND testing to all interested parties. The concepts and materials presented here primarily deal with most of the cause factors that affect the "Measurement Variability" pertinent to PIND and how to control them.
Supplier: ASTM International
Description: The History of Instrumented Impact Testing Volume 3, Issue 2 (February 2006) Pendulum impact testing is widely known to have a history that extends back to the turn of the 20th century. To many researchers today, instrumentation of the impact test to acquire a load-time history, and thereby
Description: For a rugged wood-shake look, consider Grand Sequoia® IR Shingles. They are a fraction of the cost of traditional slate, wood shakes, or expensive metal roofing and they pass UL 2218 Class 4 Impact Testing.
- Application: Residential
- Types: Shingles
- Material: Asphalt, Fiberglass
Supplier: Tinius Olsen, Inc.
Description: and Izod impact testing. All testing hardware is fully complemented by Tinius Olsen developed software that turns your hardware into a sophisticated quality analysis system. Be sure to examine the software products to determine which package is right for your application. Optional Equipment Choice
Supplier: Tinius Olsen, Inc.
Description: impact testing. The machine is supplied, in its standard configuration, with a motorised pendulum return, electric brake and digital display. All testing hardware is fully complemented by Tinius Olsen developed software that turns your hardware into a sophisticated quality analysis system. Be sure
- Mechanical Test: Impact Toughness
- Force / Load Capacity: 400 lbs
- Display / Interface: Digital Readout / Interface
Supplier: E-Labs, Inc.
Description: E-Labs, Inc. is a Full Service Testing Laboratory, offering customers access to state of the art facilities and personnel. E-Labs personnel have over 40 years of hands on testing experience within all testing disciplines for the Aerospace, Automotive, Military, Commercial and the IT industries
- Capabilities: Testing / Simulation, Component / Product Comparisons, Engineering Verification Testing, In-Process In-Line Testing, Performance Testing, Research and Development, Test Fixtures / Equipment
- Forms Tested: Components / Parts, Products, Samples
- Dynamics Test Services Offered: Acceleration, Aging / Life Testing (HALT), Crash Safety, Drop / Impact Testing, Shock Testing, Transportation Test, Stress Screening / HASS, Vibration (Random / Sine), Specialty / Other
- Accelerated (HALT / HASS): Yes
Supplier: CSA Group
Description: This Standard specifies the dimensional and material requirements for facially featured headforms to be used in the testing of full-face protection and eye protection equipment, especially impact protection testing. In CSA Standards, "shall" is used to express a requirement, i.e.
Supplier: Dytran Instruments, Inc.
Description: Vibration testing Remote vibration measurement Rotating machine diagnostics Impact testing Ride & Handling Sports Safety Equipment Playground testing Motorcycles Development of ATVs Suspension testing Powersports Bicycles VibraCorder™ Device Features: VibraCorder™ Includes: Model
- Acceleration: 200 g
- Frequency Range: 3200 Hz
- Sensor Output: Acceleration
- Sensor Mounting: Magnetic Base
Supplier: Honeywell Test & Measurement
Description: The compact Model MPB Load Cells are designed for applications requiring high capacity yet where space restrictions require that the cell be small in size. The Model MPB will measure compression load forces in ranges between 2,000 lbs to 2,000,000 lbs. Applications include impact testing and mine
- Force / Load Rating: 16000 to 2.00E6 lbs
- Accuracy: 0.2500 ±% Full Scale
- Force Measured: Compression
- Sensor Output: Analog Voltage
Encoder and Resolver Signal Conditioners - PXIe-6124, 16-bit, 4 MS/s Simultaneous Sampling Multifunction DAQ -- 780536-01Supplier: National Instruments
Description: of applications such as: - Highly transient signal acquisition - Ballistics and impact testing - High-energy physics - Ultrasonic and sonar testing Application Software With NI LabVIEW software, you can create custom data acquisition applications with the ease of graphical programming and power of more than
- Input Channels: 4
- Differential Channels: Yes
- Input Signals: DC Voltage
- Sampling Frequency (if applicable): 4000 kHz
Standards and Technical Documents - AWWA C213-07 Fusion-Bonded Epoxy Coating for the Interior and Exterior of Steel Water Pipelines (PDF) -- STC_0066909Supplier: American Water Works Association (AWWA)
Description: coatings are heat-activated, chemically cured coating systems. Revisions made to this standard in this edition include the following: Sec. 184.108.40.206 changed impact testing to ASTM G14; 220.127.116.11 added alternative method NACE RP0394; and, 18.104.22.168 added alternative method NACE RP0394.
Description: of lightweight systems or structures, the Model 7264B accelerometer also meets SAEJ211 specifications for instrumentation for impact testing and SAEJ2570 specification for anthromorphic test device transducers. The Model 7264B utilizes an advanced micromachined sensor which includes integral
- Maximum Acceleration / Shock: -2000 to 2000 g
- Frequency Range: 20 to 30000 Hz
- Number of Axes: Single Axis
- Device: Sensor / Transducer
Supplier: American Petroleum Institute (API)
Description: , electric-welded casing, tubing and pup joints, impact testing, seal ring couplings, test certificates, tensile testing and sulfide stress cracking testing are given in Annex A. This Standard is not applicable to threading requirements.NOTE Dimensional requirements on threads and thread gauges, stipulations
Shock and Impact Sensors - Plug & Play Accelerometer -- Vibration Sensor - Model 1210F AccelerometerSupplier: Measurement Specialties, Inc.
Description: Description: The Model 1210F accelerometer is a small, compact uniaxial MEMS accelerometer designed for vehicle impact and road testing. Its mechanical overload stops provide high shock protection in rugged applications. Featuring ranges from 2g to 200g and frequency response to 2000 Hz
- Maximum Acceleration / Shock: -200 to 200 g
- Frequency Range: 2000 Hz
- Number of Axes: Single Axis
- Device: Sensor / Transducer
Supplier: Measurement Specialties, Inc.
Description: Description: The Model 53 accelerometer is a small, compact triaxial device designed for COTS commercial and military vehicle impact and road testing. Its mechanical overload stops provide high shock protection in rugged applications. Featuring ranges from 50 g to 2000 g and frequency response
- Acceleration: -2000 to 2000 g
- Frequency Range: 0.0 to 4500 Hz
- Number of Axes: Triaxial
- Sensor Technology: MEMS
Supplier: Scantek, Inc.
Description: Self calibrating! For making footfall noise transmission measurements in buildings as set out in International and National Standards Impact sound transmission testing according to ISO 140 part VI, VII and VIII, ASTM E-492 and ASTM E-1007 Determination of single number quantity index Ln,w
- Device Type: Other
- Form Factor: Portable / Benchtop
Description: transducer. In applications where a high crest factor and a limited ability to shape the input force spectrum is of no concern, impact hammer testing is an ideal source of excitation. Impact hammers are highly portable for field work and provide no unwanted mass loading to the structure under test
- Maximum Force: 1000 lbs
- Upper Limit of Frequency Range: 8 kHz
- Hand Operation: Yes
- Various Tips Included: Yes
Standards and Technical Documents - Standard Test Method for Impact Strength of Adhesive Bonds -- ASTM D950-03Supplier: Adhesives.org
Description: Adhesives can fail under a sudden impact load and not under a slowly applied load of the same or greater force. This test method can be used to compare the sensitivity of various adhesives to suddenly applied loads. This test method covers the determination of the comparative impact strength
Supplier: CSA Group
Description: Council of Canada (SCC). Whether you™re testing a product for environmental impact, measuring your energy efficiency or reducing your carbon footprint, our approach can help you achieve your goals. Discover our environmental solutions
- Capabilities: Monitoring Programs (Audits / Surveillance), Standards Testing / Certification
- Media Tested / Detected: Water, Water - Drinking / Potable, Water - Process / Feedwater
- Test Methods: Other
- Industry Applications: Food / Beverage, Specialty / Other
Supplier: Inspec Inc.
Description: includes an extension arm for long torque wrenches and 3 joint rate simulators for testing power tools. (Not for use with impact and pulse tools.) PC compatible software and cables are included.
- Calibrator Style: Portable
- Physical Properties: Torque
- Display Type: Digital Readouts
- Local Interface: Analog Front Panel
Supplier: Tekscan, Inc.
Description: High Speed I-Scan is an enhanced version of the I-Scan pressure and force measurement system, that supports faster sensor scanning speeds (up to 20,000 Hz). The system is ideal for measuring high impact forces, especially during martial arts and crash testing.
- Specialized & Other Inputs: Other
- Auxiliary Outputs: Other
- Connection to Host: USB
- Application: General Lab and Industrial
Supplier: Carestream NDT
Description: for extra storage protection in industrial environments Withstood rigorous drop testing (100 g impact force) Withstood variable amplitude and frequency vibration test
- Instrument Type: Flaw Detection, Corrosion, Material Condition, Other
- Form Factor: Bench / Rack / Cabinet, Portable / Hand Held / Mobile
- Technology: Radiographic / X-ray
Technical Books - Risk-Based Inservice Testing-Development of Guidelines: Volume 1, General DocumentSupplier: ASME
Description: From the Center for Research and Technology Development (CRTD-Vol. 40-1) | The recommended process for applying risk-based methods to the testing of operating equipment is centered on three major areas: --The identification of high-risk and low-risk impact operating equipment using risk-ranking
Laser Protective Eyewear - 31-30135 - Honeywell LGF Laser Eyewear, Helium Neon/Red Diodes -- GO-86438-29Supplier: Cole-Parmer
Description: testing and international standards. Eyewear features one-piece, impact-resistant polymer lens with integral molded side shields and offers a large protective area with unrestricted wide-angle viewing. Contoured frame conforms to the forehead providing excellent orbital coverage. Fits over most
- Laser Technology: HeNe
- Type: Spectacles
Supplier: OMEGA Engineering, Inc.
Description: electrode, encapsulated in an impact-resistant epoxy body
- Mounting / Environment: Hand Held, Portable, In-Situ / Field
- Temperature Compensation: Yes
- Display Type: Digital Display
- User Controls: Digital Front Panel
Supplier: Instrumented Sensor Technology
Description: Available for rental or purchase Applications Athletic helmet testing Crash testing Drop testing Athletic event measurement Military helmet testing Space constrained shock testing
- Maximum Acceleration / Shock: 100 to 2000 g
- Number of Axes: Triaxial
- Device: Sensor / Transducer, Recorder / Totalizer
- Sensor Output: Acceleration, Other
Supplier: Cubic Designs, Inc.
Description: Newly designed with improved and balanced energy-dissipating crash zones, Cubic Designs Safety Rail has been certified by an independent testing firm to the industry standard rating, withstanding the impact of a 10,000 lb. forklift moving at 4 mph*. Safety Rail protects your equipment and employees
- Type: Guardrail System, Handrail, Warehouse Railing
- Material: Steel
- Height: 17 to 43 inch
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Tinius Olsen, Inc.
Tinius Olsen Impact Testers
Tinius Olsen manufactures a range of different pendulum impact testers that can be easily changed from a Charpy configuration to an Izod configuration. These testers come in a couple of capacities, and are designed primarily for either plastics or metals impact testing. All testing hardware is fully complemented by Tinius Olsen developed software that turns your hardware into a sophisticated quality analysis system. Be sure to examine the software products to determine which package is right (read more)
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Tinius Olsen, Inc.
High Energy Impact Systems
All testing hardware is fully complemented by Tinius Olsen developed software that turns your hardware into a sophisticated quality analysis system. Be sure to examine the software products to determine which package is right for your application. Based on your recent selection, you may also be interested in these products » (read more)
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Instrumented Sensor Technology
Compact Helmet Impact Recording System
IST's Helmet Impact Recording System (HIRTS-1) is a compact, self-contained recording device which measures and records shock and impact to helmets or other space constrained fixtures. The device is planted or installed to an inside surface of the helmet. Compact self, contained. 2" x 1" x 0.5", 40 gram. 3-axis accelerometer & recorder. Records peak shocks, total energy, duration, date, time. Ranges from 100 g to 2,000 g. Standard range +/-300g. Threshold triggered. 2,500 event memory... (read more)
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General Plastics Manufacturing Co.
Thermal Physical Properties Testing Services
General Plastics provides thermal properties & thermal physical properties testing services. Thermal conductivity testing services are available. Capabilities also include flammability testing, flexural & shear testing, compression & tensile testing, prototype testing, hydrostatic pressure testing, materials compliance testing, peel strength testing, thermal conductivity testing & impact testing. (read more)
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Dytran Instruments, Inc.
Accelerometer for High Temperature Engine Testing
and structural analysis; flight testing; HALT/HASS/ESS; Health and Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS); mechanical impact testing; product testing; vehicle dynamics; and space related applications. The team at Dytran prides itself on its high level of customer responsiveness, as well as its focus on developing and maintaining strong customer relationships. The “people factor ” is what continues to make Dytran a success. To learn more, visit www.dytran.com. (read more)
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material that registers the impact of fragments generated by a less than lethal noise flash diversionary device. The number of fragment impacts greater than a specific measurement are counted, and segregated by perforation through the foamboard or paper. High speed camera to 8,000 frames per second. Light output phototropic. Light plume size. Sound output - Industrial and military standards exist for evaluating the measured impulse noise of a weapon or less than lethal noise flash diversionary... (read more)
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Osborne Industries, Inc.
Quality Assurance and Lab Testing
impact Hardness. · Heat Distortion. · Flammability testing. · Accelerated testing: o QUV weathering (Dry and Water spray). o Thermal program oven. o Outdoor exposure testing. Osborne Industries is a 100% employee-owned company, so every employee has a vested interest in the success of your project. With Osborne on your team, you gain technical expertise, engineering assistance, and the skills of dedicated craftsman with over 35 years of practical day-to-day production experience... (read more)
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they can have an unexpected negative impact on operational performance. Our highly trained EMI engineers can perform mitigation to solve any EMI problem. Diagnostic skills are used to identify, isolate, and fix EMI problems. Design reviews can be conducted for products that are early in the design stage. Detailed EMI analysis can be done in the case of complex electronics that are to be integrated in larger systems. (read more)
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New York Blower Company (The)
New State-of-the-Art Laboratory Testing Facility
. Accommodates Simultaneous Air Tests. Induced Draft and Forced Draft Test Capability. Additional Testing Capabilities: Modal Analysis. Impact (Bump) Testing. Balancing and Vibration Tests to a Variety of International Standards. NDE Weld Analysis. Wheel Destruction/Deformation Testing. Positive Material Identification/Verification (non-destructive). 2000 °F Burnout Oven. ASTM B117 Salt Fog Chamber Testing for Corrosion. CAD/Coordinate Verification of Physical Shapes (such as airfoil blades, fan inlet... (read more)
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Less Than Lethal (LTL) devices Munitions Testing
witness material that registers the impact of fragments generated by a less than lethal noise flash diversionary device. The number of fragment impacts greater than a specific measurement are counted, and segregated by perforation through the foamboard or paper. High speed camera to 8,000 frames per second. Light output phototropic. Light plume size. Sound output - Industrial and military standards exist for evaluating the measured impulse noise of a weapon or less than lethal noise flash... (read more)
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Factors Influencing Charpy Impact Resistance of Zirconium 702 (.pdf)
This paper reviews current work performed by OWC to better characterize significant factors influencing impact toughness of zirconium 702, as determined by Charpy impact testing. In Part I, an overview of impact testing and specifically Charpy testing is given. In Part II, the experimental design
Impact Toughness Testing
Impact toughness testing measure the energy absorbed by a specimen before it breaks. This quantity is composed of several energy contributions, including energy absorbed by the impact machine through vibrations after initial contact with the specimen, and loss in pendulum energy (in pendulum impact
Medical Device Link . Predicting Cryogenic Impact Performance of Medical Containers from Resin Properties
was to compare and correlate the data generated by three different test methods: dynamic mechanical analysis of the PVC resins, instrumented impact testing of the films, and performance testing of the
Impact Resistance Testing of Medicine Package Material
Abstract: This article is about testing method and testing procedure of impact resistance testing in medical standard, and presents a brief description of the falling ball impact tester newly developed by Labthink special for medical package material. Medicine blister package (PTP package
Particle Impact Noise Detection (PIND)
testing is a nondestructive test (NDT) method for determining or monitoring material or structural integrity based on the release of energy detectable by analysis of the emission frequency and amplitude. Particle impact noise detection (PIND) is used to find loose internal components or debris within
Checkers All-Purpose Whip Testing
Here at Checkers, all of our products undergo rigorous testing to ensure that only the best products reach the market we serve. For this reason, we did some in-house testing on our All-Purpose Waterproof Warning Whip. Our team of engineers set up a controlled environment in order to conduct Impact
Group Delay and its Impact on Serial Data Transmission and Testing (.pdf)
of phase response and group delay. This paper goes into greater detail on this topic and explains what group delay is, what its impact is, what theoretically correct group delay is, and how group delay is compensated in both serial data test equipment and serial data transmitters and receivers.
Flow Down Impact on Nadcap Testing of Forged Parts
Flow down is the term applied to the process by which product specifications agreed to by a supplier are communicated to any and all additional subcontractors used in manufacturing, treating or testing a product or component. More than just a phrase or concept, flow down is a tool that helps forge
Impact and Benefit of Full-Discharge Battery Testing
practices that focus on periodic discharge testing. These are dynamic test of a battery and, when properly conducted, truly provide results that indicate a battery's ability to perform as well as its condition. The problem here is that users are not testing their batteries. Frequently, the user does
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To design a human surrogate (crash dummy) for impact testing , a large amount of impact response data is needed so that the dummy can be as human- like as possible.
Dynamic Failure of Composite and Sandwich Structures
In  two-dimensional impact tests of a rigid flat-bottom model indicates that the maximum impact pressure is nowhere near the theoretical infinitely large hydrodynamic pressure or near the theoretical acoustic pressure.
Impact Tensile Testing of Stainless Steels at Various Temperatures
The work presented herein discusses tensile impact testing of dual-marked 304/304L and 316/316L stainless steel material specimens.
Two noted differences are that backface spalling was observed for a small number of specimens in impact tests only and that some showed a low frequency, high amplitude response in impact tests which was not observed in quasi-static tests.