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constant strain rate constant stress (creep) Deformation tests ( constant T )
Constant strain rate testing + Extensometer INSTRON (g.l. 10 mm, range 50 %) At our lab: Electromechanical (Instron 1123 or 5567) Universal Electromechanical Testing Machine Instron 5567 (dual column table top, 30 kN) Temperature Chamber Instron 3119 (-70 °C / 250 °C ) Servohydraulic Testing Machines (MTS 810)
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... details at T = 573 K (Th > 0.6 ! For the Al-alloy) … why not constant loading-rate experiment?
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