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ELASTIC MODULUS and

INTERNAL FRICTION




martensite transformation data of SUS measured with EG-HT

This figures show the transformation of stainless steel. The transformation is occured at about 720℃. Internal friction is upward from 550℃ and it's peak is 720℃. At the same temperature Young's Modulus and shear modulus are down and then upward.
EG-HT, our product, get this data with full automatic operation.

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2.Introduction of Our Products

2-1.High temperature multiple elastmeter
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2-3.Free vibration type equip. for mod. of rigidty & internal friction 2-4.Young's modulus elastometer for thin wire and thin plate
2-5.All moduli elastmeter for crystal or anisotropy materials

3.Technologies about Elastic Modulus

4.Technologies about Internal Friction

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