Cable-tension strength tests [a manual] by H. Harrison Clarke

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Published by Brown-Murphy in Chicopee, Mass .

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  • Physical education and training.

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Other titlesStrength tests.
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Pagination31 l.
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This test method covers the tension testing of wire ropes and strand at room temperature, specifically to determine the measured breaking force, yield strength, elongation, and modulus of elasticity. Methods described in this standard are not intended for other purposes.

The values stated in inch-pound units are to be regarded as standard. Three models for estimating cable strength are given in Section 5 based on the fol- lowing assumptions. All wires are subject to the same elongation between cable bands.

An individual wire breaks at its ultimate elongation and thereafter ceases to share in the cable tension. Measuring the tensile strength of cable and wires is done majorly in two steps. The very first step involves gathering the initial information on the test sample such as its mechanical behavior, dimension, etc.

The second step is the tensile test which leads to the comparison between resultant data and initial records. Cable testing to ascertain the measurements of tensile strength and elongation is used to determine the mechanical properties of insulating and sheathing compounds.

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In these systems the wire cable may be required to hold loads up to kN or as small as 10N. In cyclic applications of cable, it is critical to understand the tensile strength, working load, and elongation of the cable being used.

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The 'bomb' is then filled with air to a pressure of Mpa and heated to a temperature defined in the relevant standard for the cable being tested. Related Topics. Mechanics - Forces, acceleration, displacement, vectors, motion, momentum, energy of objects and more; Statics - Loads - force and torque, beams and columns ; Related Documents.

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The value of γm0 according to IS: is. TENSILE STRENGTH CALCULATIONS FOR TWO OR MORE CONDUCTORS IN A CABLE: PSI = d 2 x 1/4PI ) x number of strands x 35, x 90%. PSI = The breaking strength of the AWG in pounds is divided by the diameter of a single strand of wire squared, times the number of strands, times 1/4 PI ), times 90% of the resulting figure.

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Changes in cable length alter cable tension and may eventually lead to cable failure. A cable pull test enables controlled cable tensioning that solves the problem.

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