ASTM F2077 reveals the axial-compression, compression-shear, and torsion tests needed to understand spinal intervertebral body fusion devices.
The 8874 axial torsion system aligns with the needs of static and cyclic testing on implants for spinal intervertebral disc prostheses in accordance with ASTM F2346.
A 5966 dual column tabletop frame with a push out fixture was able to determine the force needed to separate bi-metallic coins for a government mint.
Materials bonded to tooth enamel can be tested with machines like the Electromechanical Testing Machine or Dynamic Test Instrument.
Both single and double test arrangement work in compliance of EN12090 to test the shear behavior of thermal insulation products used in buildings.
Adhesives, specimens to be bonded, and the method of bonding impact the bond strength of rigid-to-rigid bonds, which can be tested according to EN 1465:1994.
ISO 11443 and ASTM D3835 are specifications for determining the flow properties of polymeric materials at temperatures lower and higher than the melting point.
The in-plane shear stress/shear strain response can be discovered with the tension test method by the ISO 14129 standards with an Instron 3300 or 5900 machine.
ISO 14130 uses a short-beam method that can be used with a 3300 or 5900 machine to determine the interlaminar shear strength of fiber-reinforced plastic composites.
Bonds between metals, plastics, and composites can be tested in tensile testing machines for the adhesive strength when perpendicular force is applied.
The Industrial Series 300DX Model is suited for double shear testing to NASM 1312-13 for the Aerospace Industries Association.
To test the quality of un-vulcanized rubber, use a CEAST SR20 capillary rheometer to measure its behavior at different temperatures, pressures, and shear rates.
A 3300 Series testing machine with a 50 kN load cell and wood shear fixture can determine the shear strength of wood and adhesives that bond wood layers and parts.