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E606-04 Standard Practice for Strain-Controlled Fatigue Testing

This practice covers the determination of fatigue properties of nominally homogeneous materials by the use of test specimens subjected to uniaxial forces. It is intended as a guide for fatigue testing performed in support of such activities as materials research and development, mechanical design, process and quality control, product performance, and failure analysis. While this practice is intended primarily for strain-controlled fatigue testing, some sections may provide useful information for force-controlled or stress-controlled testing.

 

E602-03 Standard Test Method for Sharp-Notch Tension Testing with Cylindrical Specimens

This test method covers the determination of a comparative measure of the resistance of thick-section materials to fracture under plane-strain conditions originating from a very sharp stress-concentrator or crack (Note 1). The quantity determined is the sharp-notch strength of a specimen of particular dimensions, and this value depends upon these dimensions as well as the characteristics of the material. The sharp-notch strength-to-yield strength ratio is also determined.

 

E561-98 Standard Practice for R-Curve Determination

This practice covers the determination of resistance to fracturing of metallic materials by R-curves using either the center-cracked tension panel M(T), the compact specimen C(T), or the crack-line-wedge-loaded specimen C(W), to deliver applied stress intensity factor, K, to the material. An -curve is a continuous record of toughness development in terms of KR plotted against crack extension in the material as a crack is driven under a continuously increased stress intensity factor.

 

E468-90 - Standard Practice for Presentation of Constant Amplitude Fatigue Test Results for Metallic Materials

This practice covers the desirable and minimum information to be communicated between the originator and the user of data derived from constant-force amplitude axial, bending, or torsion fatigue tests of metallic materials tested in air and at room temperature.

 

E467-98 - Standard Practice for Verification of Constant Amplitude Dynamic Forces in an Axial Fatigue Testing System

This practice covers procedures for the dynamic verification of cyclic force amplitude measurement accuracy during constant amplitude testing in an axial fatigue testing system. It is based on the premise that force verification can be done with the use of a strain gaged elastic element. Use of this practice gives assurance that the accuracies of dynamic force readings from the test machine, at the time of the test, after any user applied correction factors, fall within the limits recommended in Section 9. It does not address static accuracy which must first be addressed using Practices E 4 or equivalent.

 

E466-96 - Standard Practice for Conducting Force Controlled Constant Amplitude Axial Fatigue Tests of Metallic Materials

This practice covers the procedure for the performance of axial force controlled fatigue tests to obtain the fatigue strength of metallic materials in the fatigue regime where the strains are predominately elastic, both upon initial loading and throughout the test. This practice is limited to the fatigue testing of axial unnotched and notched specimens subjected to a constant amplitude, periodic forcing function in air at room temperature. This practice is not intended for application in axial fatigue tests of components or parts.

 

E436-03 - Standard Test Method for Drop-Weight Tear Tests of Ferritic Steels

This test method covers drop-weight tear tests (DWTT) on ferritic steels with thicknesses between 3.18 and 19.1 mm (0.125 and 0.750 in.). The values stated in SI (metric) units are to be regarded as the standard.

 

E399-90 - Standard Test Method for Plane-Strain Fracture Toughness of Metallic Materials

This test method covers the determination of the plane-strain fracture toughness (KIc) of metallic materials by tests using a variety of fatigue-cracked specimens having a thickness of 0.063 in. (1.6 mm) or greater. The details of the various specimen and test configurations are shown in Annexes A1 through A7 and A9.

 

E338-03 - Standard Test Method of Sharp-Notch Tension Testing of High-Strength Sheet Materials

This test method covers the determination of a comparative measure of the resistance of sheet materials to unstable fracture originating from a very sharp stress-concentrator or crack. It relates specifically to fracture under continuously increasing force and excludes conditions of applying force that produce creep or fatigue. The quantity determined is the sharp-notch strength of a specimen of particular dimensions, and this value depends upon these dimensions as well as the characteristics of the material. The sharp-notch strength:yield strength ratio is also determined.

 

F606-02e1 - Standard Test Methods for Determining the Mechanical Properties of Externally and Internally Threaded Fasteners, Washers, and Rivets

These test methods describe mechanical tests for determining the following properties: Section For Externally Threaded Fasteners:

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Product Hardness 3.1
Proof Load 3.2.1
Method 1, Length Measurement 3.2.3
Method 2, Yield Strength 3.2.4
Method 3, Uniform Hardness 3.2.5
Axial Tension Testing of Full-Size Product 3.4
Wedge Tension Testing of Full-Size Product 3.5
Tension Testing of Machined Test Specimens 3.6
Total Extension at Fracture Test 3.7
Single Sheer Test 3.8
For Internally Threaded Fasteners: 4
Product Hardness 4.1
Proof Load Test 4.2
Cone Proof Load Test 4.3
For Washers and Direct Tension Indicators: 5
General Requirements 5.1
Through Hardened Washers 5.2
Carburized Washers 5.3
For Rivets: 6
Product Hardness 6.1
Test for Embrittlement of Metallic-Coated Externally Threaded Fasteners 7

 

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