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Creep Testing

Creep testing, also referred to as cold flow, refers to how a material slowly moves or changes shape when a load is applied. Measuring Creep typically involves applying high temperatures to a sample for long periods of time while also applying the load, so the use of Environmental Chambers along with a test frame with highly accurate speed controls is common for this type of test. Creep testing is often performed on metals that are designed to work in high stress or high temperature environments such as engine parts and related components.

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ASTM C1291 –  Standard Test Method for Elevated Temperature Tensile Creep Strain, Creep Strain Rate, and Creep Time to Failure for Monolithic Advanced Ceramics
ASTM C1337 – Standard Test Method for Creep and Creep Rupture of Continuous Fiber-Reinforced Advanced Ceramics Under Tensile Loading at Elevated Temperatures
ASTM D2990 – Standard Test Methods for Tensile, Compressive, and Flexural Creep and Creep-Rupture of Plastics
ASTM D5405 – Standard Test Method for Conducting Time-to-Failure (Creep-Rupture) Tests of Joints Fabricated from Nonbituminous Organic Roof Membrane Material
ASTM D6383  – Standard Practice for Time-to-Failure (Creep-Rupture) of Adhesive Joints Fabricated from EPDM Roof Membrane Material
ASTM D7337 – Standard Test Method for Tensile Creep Rupture of Fiber Reinforced Polymer Matrix Composite Bars
ASTM E139 – Standard Test Methods for Conducting Creep, Creep-Rupture, and Stress-Rupture Tests of Metallic Materials
ASTM E292 – Standard Test Methods for Conducting Time-for-Rupture Notch Tension Tests of Materials
ASTM E633 – Standard Guide for Use of Thermocouples in Creep and Stress-Rupture Testing to 1800°F (1000°C) in Air