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ISO 12106 – Metallic Materials Axial-Strain-Control Fatigue Testing

ISO 12106 specifies a method of testing uniaxially loaded specimens under strain control at constant amplitude, uniform temperature and a strain ratio of

R = -1. Low cycle fatigue tests.

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ISO 12106 – Metallic Materials Axial-Strain-Control Fatigue Testing

ISO 12106 specifies a method of testing uniaxially loaded specimens under strain control at constant amplitude, uniform temperature and a strain ratio of

R = -1. Low cycle fatigue tests.

Low Cycle Fatigue (LCF) testing is a growing area of materials testing, driven in particular by increasing demand from the aerospace, automotive and power

generation industries.

ISO 12106 and ASTM E606 specify the standard practice for strain controlled fatigue testing, used for simulating mechanical loading into the plastic region.

This testing is typically carried out at very high temperatures to replicate the service conditions experienced by turbine blades in both gas turbines and jet engines.

Tension-compression machine, which shall be designed for a smooth start-up with no backlash when passing through zero.

The machine is intended to run low cycle fatigue test

*** Before conducting ISO 12106 , it is important to read the entire specification. Standards can be obtained from appropriate standard authorities.

 

*** PARSROS  offers several types of grips and fixtures which will enable you to perform a variety of tests

  that are accurate and repeatable.

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