ISO 527-1:2019 pdf download

ISO 527-1:2019 pdf download.Plastics-Determination of tensile propertles Part 1 General principles.
1.1 ISO 527-1 specifies the general principles for determining the tensile properties of plastics and plastic composites under defined conditions. Several different types of test specimen are defined to suit different types of material which are detailed in subsequent parts of Iso 527.
1.2 The methods are used to investigate the tensile behaviour of the test specimens and for determining the tensile strength, tensile modulus and other aspects of the tensile stress/strain relationship under the conditions defined.
1.3 The methods are selectively suitable for use with the following materials:
— rigid and semi-rigid moulding, extrusion and cast thermoplastic materials, including filled and reinforced compounds in addition to unfilled types; rigid and semi-rigid thermoplastics sheets and films;
— rigid and semi-rigid thermosetting moulding materials, including filled and reinforced compounds; rigid and semi-rigid thermosetting sheets, including laminates;
The test specimen is extended along its major longitudinal axis at a constant test speed until the specimen fractures or until the stress (load) or the strain (elongation) reaches some predetermined value. During this procedure, the load sustained by the specimen and the elongation are measured.
4.2 Method
4.2.1 The methods are applied using specimens which may be either moulded to the chosen dimensions or machined, cut or punched from finished and semi-finished products, such as mouldings, laminates, films and extruded or cast sheet. The types of test specimen and their preparation are described in therelevant part of Iso 527 typical for the material. In some cases, a multipurpose test specimen may be used. Multipurpose and miniaturized test specimens are described in ISO 20753.
4.2.2 The methods specify preferred dimensions for the test specimens. Tests which are carried out on specimens of different dimensions, or on specimens which are prepared under different conditions, may produce results which are not comparable. Other factors, such as the speed of testing and the conditioning of the specimens, can also influence the results. Consequently, when comparative data are required, these factors shall be carefully controlled and recorded.ISO-527-1-2019

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