The equipment is used for studying a stress profile in the wall of a thick cylinder.
Two halves of thick aluminum alloy cylinders are cemented and clamped together. A hand operated hydraulic pump transmits pressure to the inside of the cylinders via the clamping bolt. The pressure is indicated by a pressure gauge.
The strain gauges are attached radially and circumferentially along the wall thickness and filled with jointing material. Additional strain gauges are attached on the inside and outside surfaces of the cylinder. Each strain gauge is wired to form a full bridge with temperature compensation gauge and zero adjustment in a bridge box with strain gauge indicator.
- Measurement of strains, hence stresses, along the cylinder wall thickness.
- Comparison of the actual strain readings with theoretical values.
|- Length||: 300 mm.|
|- Outer diameter||: 150 mm.|
|- Maximum internal pressure||: 7 N/mm2.|
|. Pressure gauge||: 100 kg/cm2.|
|. Number of strain gauges||: 14 ea.|
|. Bridge box and strain indicator||: 16 inputs.|
|. Power supply||: 220V 1Ph 50 Hz. Other power supply is available on request.|
|. TM 442-050 Computer Interface|
|This includes sensor computer interface unit and software for data display and analysis by computer|
|Net (unpacked) shipping dimensions WxLxH : 60 x 65 x 48 cm|
|Net weight||: Approx. 48.5 kg|