Lab 9 - CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS CE 216 Section A Laboratory Exercise#9 TENSILE STRENGTH YIELD STRENGTH ELONGATION BENDING TEST FOR CRACKING BOLT

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CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS CE 216 Section A Laboratory Exercise #9 TENSILE STRENGTH YIELD STRENGTH % ELONGATION BENDING TEST FOR CRACKING BOLT INSTALLATION o TURN-OF-THE-NUT METHOD o CALIBRATED WRENCH METHOD o TENSION-CONTROL (TC) BOLTS o DIRECT TENSION INDICATORS (DTI’s) BOLT INSTALLATION INSPECTION o USING TORQUE WRENCH & SKIDMORE-WILHELM BOLT- TENSION CALIBRATOR o USING FEELER GAGE TO CHECK COMPRESSION OF DTI WELD INSPECTION o VISUAL o DYE PENETRANT o MAGNETIC PARTICLE CHARPY V-NOTCH SPECIMEN IMPACT TESTING Squad #1 By:
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May 9, 2008 The rebar tests were performed very close to specs. The main deviation is that the bend in the rebar did not reach a complete 180 degrees, but it was very close. An inspection was performed on non-hardened steel and it was found that it did not meet Grade 60 requirements because the yield strength was 51,000psi while the minimum should be 60,000psi.
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This note was uploaded on 10/29/2009 for the course CE 216 taught by Professor Richardson during the Spring '08 term at Missouri S&T.

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Lab 9 - CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS CE 216 Section A Laboratory Exercise#9 TENSILE STRENGTH YIELD STRENGTH ELONGATION BENDING TEST FOR CRACKING BOLT

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