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|Title:||Certification Report for SRM 2216, 2218, 2219: KLST (Miniaturized) Charpy V-Notch Impact Specimens|
|Published:||July 23, 2013|
|Abstract:||This Certification Report documents the procedures used to develop certified values of maximum force (Fm) and absorbed energy (KV) for the following KLST-type miniaturized verification Charpy V-notch impact specimens: , SRM 2216 (low-energy level, Fm = 2.43 kN ‹ KV = 1.59 J) , SRM 2218 (high-energy level, Fm = 1.78 kN ‹ KV = 5.64 J) , SRM 2219 (super-high energy level, Fm = 1.79 kN ‹ KV = 10.05 J). Certified values were obtained from the statistical analysis of an interlaboratory exercise (Round- Robin) conducted among nine international laboratories and coordinated by NIST. The KLST specimens tested in the Round-Robin were machined from previously tested (broken) standard Charpy V-notch verification specimens of low, high and super-high energy level. This report is intended to provide outside observers with accurate and detailed information on how the materials were certified and how the certification program was conducted. All certified values were established at room temperature (21 °C ± 3 °C). Full results of the statistical analyses conducted on the Round-Robin data are provided in this Report.|
|Citation:||Special Publication (NIST SP) - 260-180|
|Keywords:||Small specimens, miniaturized Charpy specimens, MCVN, indirect verification, small-scale impact testers, KLST, Round-Robin, instrumented Charpy testing.|
|Research Areas:||Materials performance|
|PDF version:||Click here to retrieve PDF version of paper (1MB)|