ASTM D6110 PDF

More D Scope 1. This test method requires specimens to be made with a milled notch see Note 2. The notch produces a stress concentration which promotes a brittle, rather than a ductile, fracture. The results of this test method are reported in terms of energy absorbed per unit of specimen width see Note 3.

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More D Scope 1. This test method requires specimens to be made with a milled notch see Note 2. The notch produces a stress concentration which promotes a brittle, rather than a ductile, fracture.

The results of this test method are reported in terms of energy absorbed per unit of specimen width see Note 3. Note 1—The machines with pendulum-type hammers have been standardized in that they must comply with certain requirements including a fixed height of hammer fall, which results in a substantially fixed velocity of the hammer at the moment of impact. Hammers of different initial energies produced by varying their effective weights , however, are recommended for use with specimens of different impact resistance.

Moreover, manufacturers of the equipment are permitted to use different lengths and constructions of pendulums with possible differences in pendulum rigidities resulting see Section 5. Be aware that other differences in machine design do exist. Note 2—The specimens are standardized in that they have a fixed length and fixed depth, however, the width of the specimens is permitted to vary between limits.

One design of milled notch is allowed. The notch in the specimen serves to concentrate the stress, minimize plastic deformation, and direct the fracture to the part of the specimen behind the notch.

Scatter in energy-to-break is thus reduced. Because of differences in the elastic and viscoelastic properties of plastics, however, response to a given notch varies among materials.

Note 3—Caution must be exercised in interpreting the results of this test method. The following testing parameters have been shown to affect test results significantly: method of specimen fabrication, including but not limited to processing technology, molding conditions, mold design, and thermal treatment; method of notching; speed of notching tool; design of notching apparatus; quality of the notch; time between notching and test; test specimen thickness; test specimen width under notch; and environmental conditioning.

It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use. Note 4—This standard resembles ISO in title only. The content is significantly different.

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ASTM D6110 Charpy Impact Resistance of Notched Specimens of Plastics

This test method requires specimens to be made with a milled notch see Note 2. The notch produces a stress concentration which promotes a brittle, rather than a ductile, fracture. The results of this test method are reported in terms of energy absorbed per unit of specimen width see Note 3. Hammers of different initial energies produced by varying their effective weights , however, are recommended for use with specimens of different impact resistance. Moreover, manufacturers of the equipment are permitted to use different lengths and constructions of pendulums with possible differences in pendulum rigidities resulting see Section 5.

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More D Any test specimen preparation, conditioning, dimensions and testing parameters required by the materials specification shall take precedence over those required by this test method. If there is no material specification, then the requirements of this test method apply. No procedure has been established for estimating the toss energy for the Charpy method.

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