Mechanical tests

It is possible to mechanically test materials in different loading conditions, strain rate, and temperature, which includes the following:

  • Standard tests (ASTM, ISO, and…)Mechanical test
  • Temperature-dependent mechanical tests
  • Creep, stress relief, and Permanent set
  • Digital Image Correlation (DIC)
  • High Strain-rate tests
  • High-speed imaging
  • Design and manufacture of suitable test fixtures
  • Dynamic Mechanical Analysis

Other tests:

  • Uniaxial tensile test (types of materials such as thermoplastic, ABS, PEEK, PLLA, TPU, metals, etc.)
  • Uniaxial pressure test (types of materials such as thermoplastic, ABS, PEEK, PLLA, TPU, metals, etc.)
  • Plate tensile test (elastomers – silicone, polybutadiene, etc.)ASTM, ISO
  • Plate strain compression test (thermostats or thermosets, epoxy, polyurethane, polyamides, etc.)
  • High strain rate pressure test (types of foams-polystyrene and…)
  • Impact test
  • Fatigue test
  • High strain rate tensile test
  • Cutting test
  • Indentation test

Some equipment in use in the industry requires standardization and periodic inspections due to service conditions. Since a long time has passed since the construction of that equipment, it is necessary to re-perform mechanical tests of its materials. The company’s engineers are ready to provide solutions tailored to the customer’s order for such issues.

material :

  • Test of thermoplastic materials
  • Composite material test
  • Test of hyperelastic materials (rubber and elastomer)
  • Metal material testing
  • Construction materials test (soil, concrete, etc.)
  • Medical Material Test

Validation :

According to the engineers of this company, after performing mechanical tests and obtaining the results, the material should be used performing mechanical testunder a complex stress load, different from the loading conditions used in calibration, and then the optimal model should be selected and calibrated. This will increase the accuracy of the results and make them more reliable. Because performing such a test shows that the material model can predict the correct behavior in different loading conditions. It is also possible to perform mechanical tests virtually using numerical simulation using the finite element method in this company.