BS 18:1962 Methods for tensile testing of metals

Abbreviation
BS 18:1962
Valid from
1/10/1960

Information provider
British Standards Institution
Author
British Standards Institution
Information type
British Standard
Format
PDF


Description

This standard describes methods by which a test piece of metal is strained in uni-axial tension at room temperature in order to determine one or more of its tensile properties.

It defines the properties to be determined and the terms used in describing tests and test pieces. It specifies the dimensions of standard test pieces and methods of tensile testing applicable to a wide range of product forms.

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Description

This standard describes methods by which a test piece of metal is strained in uni-axial tension at room temperature in order to determine one or more of its tensile properties.

It defines the properties to be determined and the terms used in describing tests and test pieces. It specifies the dimensions of standard test pieces and methods of tensile testing applicable to a wide range of product forms.

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BS 18:1962 Methods for tensile testing of metals
Description

This standard describes methods by which a test piece of metal is strained in uni-axial tension at room temperature in order to determine one or more of its tensile properties.

It defines the properties to be determined and the terms used in describing tests and test pieces. It specifies the dimensions of standard test pieces and methods of tensile testing applicable to a wide range of product forms.

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