Deformation of Bars under Bending or Torsion Model MT 010

Bending and torsion are typical loads to which components are subjected. The resultant stresses and deformations can lead to failure of the component. A number of different factors play a role in this, including the material, the cross-section of the bar, the clamping length and the method of bearing support.

Sci-tech Deformation of Bars under Bending or Torsion Model MT 010 investigates the influence of these factors on the deformation of a bar under bending load or torque.

Item Description

* Elastic deformation of statically determinate or indeterminate beams under bending load1
* Elastic torsion of round bars under torque1
* Influence of material, cross-section and clamping length on deformation

Technical Specifications

[1] elastic deformation of bars under bending or torsion
[2] bending tests with statically determinate and indeterminate systems
[3] torsion tests with a statically determinate system
[4] supports in the bending test may be clamped or free
[5] 2 adjustable blocks with clamping chuck for torsion tests and supports for bending tests
[6] set of weights to generate the bending or torque
[7] dial gauge with bracket
[8] storage system to house the components

Technical Specifications
17 bars for bending tests
– material: aluminium, steel, brass, copper
– height with LxW 510x20mm: h=3…10mm
– width with LxH 510x5mm: w=10…30mm
– length with WxH 20x4mm: l=210…510mm
– LxWxH: 20x4x510mm (aluminium, steel, brass, copper)
– LxWxH: 10x10x510mm (aluminium)
22 torsion bars
– material: aluminium, steel, brass, copper
– length with d=10mm: 50…640mm (aluminium)
– dxL: 10x50mm/10x340mm (aluminium, steel, copper, brass)

– diameter with L=50/340mm: d=5…12mm (steel)
Dial gauge: 0…10mm, graduations: 0,01mm
Tape measure, graduations: 0,01m
Weights
– 1x 1N (hanger)
– 1x 1N, 1x 4N, 1X 5N, 1x 9N