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  • Tension Testing of Metallic Materials (ASTM E8)
    ASTM E 8 describes tension testing methods to determine yield strength, yield point elongation, tensile strength, elongation and reduction of area of metal products. It applies to metallic materials in any form, including: sheet, plate, wire, rod, bar, pipe and tube. For each of these specimen
  • Gas Spring Technical Info: Do's and Don'ts
    Use standard gas springs rod down, i.e. the spring should be mounted so that it spends most time in a rod down position, within 60° of vertical, thus ensuring the seal stays lubricated. For tension springs the exact opposite is true, i.e. use rod up. Once installed, test at least every three months
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    velocity that stops suddenly. "Estimate the peak translation or deflection of the free end of the bar during one complete cycle of the tension wave the rod bounces off the rigid stop, " says Dearth. He suggests neglecting damping. "Our solution will be valid for one complete wave reflection. In the real
  • Weighing Single Atoms?
    Recent research in nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) has focused on tiny RF oscillators built from silicon rods. But replacing the silicon rod with a carbon nanotube let Cornell University researchers shrink the oscillators even further and make them more durable and sensitive to mass changes

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