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What is ASTM standard E8 for standard test methods for tension testing of metallic materials? ›

The ASTM E8 / ASTM E8M standard describes uniaxial tensile testing of metals at room temperature and the determination of characteristic values including yield strength, yield point, yield point elongation, tensile strength, strain at break and reduction of area.

What is ASTM standard E8 E8M 13a? ›

These test methods cover the tension testing of metallic materials in any form at room temperature, specifically, the methods of determination of yield strength, yield point elongation, tensile strength, elongation, and reduction of area.

What is ASTM E8 tensile bar? ›

Basic Description: ASTM E8 is a method of measuring tensile properties of metal by gripping both ends of a test bar and pulling at a constant speed until it breaks. The metal is usually machined into a dog bone shaped tensile bar before testing.

What is tensile testing of metallic materials? ›

Tensile testing is the most common and one of the most important used mechanical tests of metallic materials, which determines the values of strength and deformation for metal applications, which are essential in the design and construction of various components, commodities, various machines and equipment or entire ...

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