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ISO 148-1:2016 pdf free

ISO 148-1:2016 pdf free.Metallic materials一Charpy pendulum impact test
This test consists of breaking a notched test piece with a single blow from a swinging pendulum, under the conditions defined in Clauses 6, 7 and 8. The notch in the test piece has a specified geometry and is located in the middle between two supports, opposite to the location which is impacted in the test.
The energy absorbed in the impact test, the lateral expansion and the shear fracture appearance are normally determined.
Because the impact values of many metallic materials vary with temperature, tests shall be carried out at a specified temperature. When this temperature is other than ambient, the test piece shall be heated or cooled to that temperature, under controlled conditions.
The Charpy pendulum impact test is often used in routine, high-throughput pass/fail acceptance tests in industrial settings. For these tests, it may not be important whether the test sample is completely broken, partially broken, or simply plastically deformed and dragged through the anvils. In research,design, or academic settings, the measured energy values are studied in more detail, in which caseit can be highly relevant whether the sample is broken or not.
It is important to note that not all Charpy pendulum impact test results can be directly compared. For example, the test can be performed with hammers having strikers with different radii, or with different test piece shapes. Tests performed with different strikers can give different results,[7] and test results obtained with differently shaped test pieces can as well. This is why not only the adherence to ISO 148 but also a clear and complete reporting of the type of instrument, the test piece and the details of the post-test test pieces are crucial for comparability of results.
NOTE 1 Direct comparison of results is only of significance when made between test pieces of the same form and dimensions.
NOTE 2 For low energies, the use of shims to better position subsize test pieces relative to the centre of strike is important to avoid excess energy absorption by the pendulum. For high energies, this might not be as important. Shims can be placed on or under the test piece supports, with the result that the mid-thickness of the specimen is 5 mm above the 10 mm supports. Shims can be temporarily fixed to the supports using tape or another means.ISO 148-1 pdf download.

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