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Determination of the Young's Modulus and Loss Factor by Acoustic Bending Vibration Methods

A new acoustic bending vibration method of determining the resonance frequency, Young’s modulus and loss factor applicable for both metallic and non-metallic materials is proposed. Measurements were conducted by using both conventional electromagnetic excitation method specified by ASTM E 756 and IS... Full description

Journal Title: Key engineering materials 2005-11-15, Vol.297-300, p.1958-1961
Main Author: Shin, Su Hyun
Other Authors: Jung, Sung Soo , Lee, Doo Hee , Lee, Yong Bong
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description: A new acoustic bending vibration method of determining the resonance frequency, Young’s modulus and loss factor applicable for both metallic and non-metallic materials is proposed. Measurements were conducted by using both conventional electromagnetic excitation method specified by ASTM E 756 and ISO 6721 and our method for conductive metallic specimen of stainless steel and non-metallic polypropylene specimen. Difference in the mechanical properties observed between both methods is attributed to the presence of a metal disk attached to the non-metallic sample for electromagnetic. However, the good agreement between the results obtained by both methods for the metallic sample ascertains the reliability and advantages of the method.
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abstractA new acoustic bending vibration method of determining the resonance frequency, Young’s modulus and loss factor applicable for both metallic and non-metallic materials is proposed. Measurements were conducted by using both conventional electromagnetic excitation method specified by ASTM E 756 and ISO 6721 and our method for conductive metallic specimen of stainless steel and non-metallic polypropylene specimen. Difference in the mechanical properties observed between both methods is attributed to the presence of a metal disk attached to the non-metallic sample for electromagnetic. However, the good agreement between the results obtained by both methods for the metallic sample ascertains the reliability and advantages of the method.
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