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Backward Strain at Yield — Discontinuous Yielding/YPE Material

During a recent customer visit, a concern was raised about a turnaround point on the graph that they had not previously seen. Following a bit of investigation, the customer was producing galvanized steel of various grades, some of which was aged. The graph below shows a magnified view of the fairly aggressive upper yield point (UYS or ReH), which results in an almost immediate drop in stress.

Posted By David Fry OnJun 10, 2014 10:10 AM

Sorting Over 15,000 lbs. of Food Donations? No problem.

Instron employees volunteered to organize over 15,000 lbs. of food donations, gathered with the help of the United States Postal Service Stamp-Out-Hunger Food Drive. After the rewarding work, the team was all smiles.

Posted On Jun 10, 2014 10:10 AM

Reminder to Not Let Your Standards Slip

You most likely understand the importance of regularly calibrating your testing and measuring equipment and making sure it is maintained to the highest standards to ensure the data that you capture is as accurate as possible. But do you regularly review your testing standards?

Posted On Jun 10, 2014 10:10 AM

Instron at Alabama Composites Conference, Birmingham

Instron was at the Alabama Composites Conference (ACC) from June 19—20 in Birmingham, Alabama. Southeast Applications Engineer Jim Gleason and Kent Wallace, Dynamic Systems, were on site. ACC is held every two years at the University of Birmingham, Alabama (UAB) and focuses on latest innovations in the composites industry. Instron is proud to support such an event because it sees participation from a wide range of industry partners working with composite materials.

Posted By Shalmalee Vaidya OnJun 24, 2013 10:10 AM