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The tensile properties determined on test specimens machined from 30 mm diameter rods indicate an increase in percent elongation from 8,7 to 10.
It is ideal to have tough membranes with a optimal tensile strength and percent elongation for their controlled release application in agriculture.
The percent elongation at break increased significantly in both the machine and transverse directions.
However, this substitution will cause changes in the cured physical properties that include a slight increase in hardness, modulus and compression set, and a slight decrease in percent elongation.
In addition, the effect on percent elongation shown in Fig.
The percent elongation data can be seen in figure 7, while the change in properties at the different temperatures can be seen in figures 8 through 10.
The control units also collect data and report results, including tensile strength, modulus of elasticity, yield and percent elongation.
Percent elongation and yield strength were shown to be strongly related to %P.
Z-331 and Z-330 showed improvement in percent elongation retention when compared to the Z-311 in IRM 903.
The percent elongation changes systematically with time and temperature rise.
Laboratory testing capabilities listed include cure curves by ODR, hardness, DIN abrasion, modulus, resilience, ozone resistance, tensile strength, percent compression set, percent elongation, fluid resistance, tear, cut and chip testing, blowout, heat aging, heat buildup/hysteresis, compound oxygen index for flammability, low temperature brittleness, Mooney viscosity, iodine adsorption, percent fines, percent solids, percent moisture, etc.