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Laboratory of Structural Materials Physical and Mechanical Properties Analysis

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  1. Laboratory of Structural Materials Physical and Mechanical Properties Analysis The Laboratory is aimed at the incoming inspection of tubular and reinforcing goods operated by SUE “MOSGAZ”, as well as the check of physical and mechanical properties of third parties’ materials.

  2. Diagram of the Material Properties AnalysisUsing Destructive Inspection Techniques Production of samples complying with the standards of semi-finished goods Selection of semi-finished goods and workpieces Testing Quality control of produced samples Keeping records concerning the results of testing Making finding reports containing further recommendations

  3. Basic Stages of theMetal Samples Preparation Process Milling Metal Cutting Grinding Gas Cutting Turning

  4. Basic Stages of thePlastic and Polymer CompositeSamples Preparation Process Milling Metal Cutting Grinding Press tool moulding

  5. Quality Control of the Produced Samples Profiler (profilometer) Ultrasonic thickness gauge Adhesiometer Electronic vernier calliper Micrometer

  6. Distributionof Types of Testing between theTesting Machines Versatiletesting machine Instron 3369 with heat chamber Types of Testing • testing ofplastic and polymer tensionat elevated temperatures (up to +250º С) and at lower temperatures (up to -70º С) (according to theall-Union State Standard (AUSS) 11262-80, AUSS 25.601-80, AUSS 25.603-82) • testing ofplastic and polymer compression at elevated temperatures (up to +250º С) and at lower temperatures (up to -70º С) (according toAUSS 4651-82, AUSS 25.602-80); • testing ofadhesion strengthin case ofdetachmentanddisplacement (according toAUSS 14760-69, AUSS 14759-69); • testing of detection ofthe metal-adhesion strengthin case of exfoliation (according toAUSS 411-77); • testing of cylindrical metal samples tension at elevated temperatures (up to +250º С) and at lower temperatures (up to -70º С) (according to AUSS 1497-84, AUSS 6996-66, AUSS 9651-84, AUSS 11150-84); • testing wire stretching (according to AUSS 10446-80).

  7. Versatiletesting machineInstron SATEC 600DX Types of Testing • testing ofplastic and polymer samples compression at normal temperatures (according to AUSS 25.602-80, AUSS 4651-82); • slow-bend testof plastic and polymer samples at normal temperatures (according to AUSS 25.604-82, AUSS 4648-71); • testing of metal plate samples at normal temperatures (according to AUSS 1497-84, AUSS 6996-66); • testing ofmetal samples compression at normal temperatures (according to AUSS 25.503-97); • slow-bend test of metal samples at normal temperatures (according to AUSS 14019-2003, AUSS 6996-66); • bend-over test of metal pipesat normal temperatures (according to AUSS 3729-78); • flattening testof metal pipesat normal temperatures (according to AUSS 8695-75); • flattening testof metal samples at normal temperatures (according to AUSS 8818-73).

  8. Impact testing machineInstron SI-M1 Types of Testing • Charpy-Izodimpact strength test of plastic samples at normal and lower temperatures (according to AUSS 4647-80, AUSS 19109-84); • Charpy-Izod impact strength test of metal samples at normal and lower temperatures (according to AUSS 9454-78); • Charpy non-instrumented  impact strength test (according to ISO 179-1:2000);

  9. Versatiletesting machineInstron 8801 Types of Testing • testing on determination of the crack resistance properties of metals at a static loading (according to AUSS 25.506-85); • endurance strength test (according to AUSS 25.507-85, AUSS 25.502-79, AUSS 25.503-97); • low-cycle fatigue test (according to AUSS 25.505-85);

  10. Structural Analysis of Materials Structural Analysis Sample Preparation • Dimension and direction determination of the plane under testing • Sample preparation using the Delta AbrasiMet cut-off machine, the SimpliMet 1000 automatic pressing machine and thePhoenix 4000 grinding-and-polishing machine

  11. Structural Analysis of Materials The microprobes analysis is made on the prepared microsections with the help of theAxioimager M2m automatic upright microscope, the Axiovert 40 MAT POL inversion microscope, the Mikromet 5104 micro hardness-testing machineand the respective software.

  12. Tixomet Software System Nonmetallic inclusions test Structure inhomogeneity test Coat layers micro-hardness test

  13. Macrostructure Analysis Macrostructure of steel a) perpendicular to the rolling plane a) parallel to the rolling plane Tube thickness

  14. Chemical Composition Determination ARC-MET 8000Optical Emissive Analyzer CHEMICAL COMPOSITION – an elementwise determination of the alloying elements concentration GRADE GUIDE – based on adjustable tables, identified by the user PRINT IDENTIFICATION – comparison of the alloys based on the derived ultraviolet spectrums

  15. Nondestructive Test «VECTOR» Eddy-Current Flaw Detector ISONIC 2005 Ultrasonic Flaw Detector

  16. The Flaw Detection Methods and Options of Results Presentation of the ISONIC 2005 Ultrasonic Flaw Detector Test - standard display of the flaw detection in terms of a time scan (A-scan) Flaws display of an object in the sectional view using the ABIScan function Flaws display of an object in the plan view using the FloorMap function Flaws detection using the TOFD-method