ASTM D7136/D7136M-05 衝擊試驗量測複合材料的抗破壞性
Instron Drop Towers are used to develop, fine tune, and validate material models. Testing materials under real impact conditions is a crucial step prior of product design. Using the characterization data obtained with the Instron 9400, coupled with customer supplied high-speed video, you can have confidence in your results and deliver new materials to your customers faster. Our Drop Tower impact systems, fixtures, and tups are designed to meet a wide range of applications and testing standards including: ISO, ASTM, ANSI, Airbus, Boeing, BSI, DIN, EN, FDA, Ford, GM, JIS, NASA, GOST, and more.
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Bluehill® Impact is built from the ground up for touch interaction. The Operator Dashboard features large touchpoints to make the user experience simpler and smarter. Easy-to-understand icons and workflows make it easy to train new or experienced users, simplify operator training, and allow you to start testing even faster than ever before
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To properly understand the performance of Composites, one of the most broadly used methods is the CAI (Compression After Impact) test. Low energy impacts can be considered the most dangerous since the damage they cause can be complex and affect all plies of the structure from matrix and fiber crack to delamination. To ensure a level of high quality and compliance with safety standards, impact testing is a key in gathering knowledge as to how these materials behave and may be damaged when impacted.
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