How to interpret the result of
01-19-2021, 03:21 AM,
#1
How to interpret the result of
Hello I'm Hoon and I have a question.
please give me your opinion.

I tested some specimens following ASTM C633 method.

And one of the specimens looks like the picture I attached.
[Image: ngHRwlm] https://imgur.com/ngHRwlm
The value of tensile strength is 25.660MPa

and How do I interpret this result?

1. Some of surface still attached around 20%? So, I can assume the total strength is around 31MPa
2. Nope. No matter the rest attached or not, The tensile strength is 25.660MPa

It can be poor question, but I need your help.
I'm looking forward to your reply
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01-19-2021, 11:33 AM,
#2
RE: How to interpret the result of
(01-19-2021, 03:21 AM)Hoon Lee Wrote: Hello I'm Hoon and I have a question.
please give me your opinion.

I tested some specimens following ASTM C633 method.

And one of the specimens looks like the picture I attached.
[Image: ngHRwlm] https://imgur.com/ngHRwlm
The value of tensile strength is 25.660MPa

and How do I interpret this result?

1. Some of surface still attached around 20%? So, I can assume the total strength is around 31MPa
2. Nope. No matter the rest attached or not, The tensile strength is 25.660MPa

It can be poor question, but I need your help.
I'm looking forward to your reply

Correct answer is the second: "No matter the rest attached or not, The tensile strength is 25.660MPa"
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01-20-2021, 12:29 AM, (This post was last modified: 01-20-2021, 12:29 AM by Hoon Lee.)
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RE: How to interpret the result of
(01-19-2021, 11:33 AM)Vadim Verlotski Wrote: Correct answer is the second: "No matter the rest attached or not, The tensile strength is 25.660MPa"

Thank you for your speed answer!
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