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Tensile & Mechanical Materials Strength Testing


Tensile & Mechanical Materials Strength Testing

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We specialize in adapting standard torsion test and tension test specifications to simulate actual component use. This system allows our team of engineers to analyze the tension and compression flexural properties, density, specific gravity, impact resistance and notch toughness.

Tensile Testing Services

  • 4-square chain wear testing
  • Aircraft flight spectrum simulation test (load-motion)
  • 4-square coupling test
  • High speed spin test for axial reaction forces/deflections
  • Standard chain qualification, conformance testing and finite life test (ANSI/ASME B29)
  • Gear tooth fatigue test
  • Reverse torsion coupling test
  • High speed dynamometer test
  • Plain, spherical, and rolling element bearing endurance test

Engineering Mechanics (Including Finite Element Analysis and Fatigue Analysis)

Stress analysis can involve both “hand” calculations, for simple structures and modes of load application and Finite Element Analysis, for more complex situations. The use of FEA can often minimize the physical testing required for successful products.

High-speed data acquisition, using standard strain gage applications or specialty transducers, is used to measure loads, stresses, speeds, pressures, noise and vibration. Telemetry and field computer systems are mounted directly to moving or rotating machinery to dynamically measure transducer output.

ASTM, SAE, MIL-STD and industry-specific testing of a wide range of products and components including: Industrial bearings, pumps, shafts, axles, panels, frame structures, crankshafts, connecting rods, bearings, seals, door locks, hydraulic cylinders, etc.

Modeling & Analysis

Dynamics, impact, structures, systems, thermal and other modeling can highlight problems, optimize configurations or suggest new design directions. RTS uses both analytical and numerical methods to explain observations and predict future performances.

Materials issues often dominate product development efforts and can make the difference between commercial success or failure. RTS determines material composition, macro and microstructure, hardness distribution, mechanical properties, resistance to corrosion, salt, humidity, environmental exposure and abrasives. This information can be used to infer prior processing, weld quality, coating stability, etc.


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