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A Charpy test is a means to determine the amount of energy assimilated by the metal during rupture. There are several benefits of using Seamless Tube Charpy V Impact Tested Pipes. Firstly, the energy assimilated by the pipe is a measure of its toughness properties. Moreover, a Charpy test is a tool, wherein the temperature dependence of the Seamless pipe Impact at -27 Degree on the brittle to ductile transition phase could be studied.
The ductile to brittle transition temperature or as shortened as DBTT could be concluded from the temperature where the energy required to fracture the Seamless pipe Impact at -45 Degree drastically shifts. An accurate ductile to brittle transition temperature for Charpy Impact and Tension Tests of Two Pipeline Materials could be empirically acquired in many ways, for eg - a definite absorbed energy or from a development in the aspect of fracture. Secondly, An important application of conducting this test is to determine the structural integrity of varying components. The impact strength of structural constructions for instance bridges tends to be accurate when a Seamless Tube Charpy V Impact tested pipes are used to build them. There are several specifications that could be used to create samples for the Charpy V-notch Impact Testing pipes. Some of the specifications are as follows - ASTM A370, ISO 148 or MPIF Standard 40.
|Pipe size:||6 inch, schedule 40 pipe
(168.3mm outside diameter x 7.11mm wall thickness)
|Standard test temperature
(for Grade 6)
|Charpy V-notch width:||5mm
(max. size that can be taken)
|Temperature Difference||= 11°C - 4°C
|Actual Test Temperature||= -45 - 7°C