Tensile Test with r- and n-Value Determination

ISO 10113, ISO 10275, ASTM E345, ASTM E646

ISO 10113, ISO 10275, ASTM E345, ASTM E646

The values of r and n are also defined by tensile tests since they provide important information on material properties

n-value indicates material work hardening under plastic deformation, while the r-value indicates the vertical anisotropy. The n-value is determined by tensile stress and strain values; while for the r-value calculation the specimen section measurement is also required.

Specimens are obtained from the strip or sheet at set angles with respect to the lamination direction which affects the r-value. The sheet thickness is retained as specimen thickness, while the parallel length is obtained by milling or punching operations.

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