BS EN ISO 14556:2015 - Metallic materials. Charpy V-notch pendulum impact test. Instrumented test method

BS EN ISO 14556:2015

Metallic materials. Charpy V-notch pendulum impact test. Instrumented test method

Status : Current, Under review   Published : October 2015

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This International Standard specifies a method of instrumented Charpy V-notch pendulum impact testing on metallic materials and the requirements concerning the measurement and recording equipment.

With respect to the Charpy pendulum impact test described in ISO 148‑1, this test provides further information on the fracture behaviour of the product under impact testing conditions.

General information about instrumented impact testing can be found in Reference [1] to Reference [5].




Standard NumberBS EN ISO 14556:2015
TitleMetallic materials. Charpy V-notch pendulum impact test. Instrumented test method
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date31 October 2015
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 148-2, ISO 148-1
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 5725-3:1994, ISO 5725-2:1994, DVM-Merkblatt 01, ESIS TC5, STP 563, SEP 1315
ReplacesBS EN ISO 14556:2000
International RelationshipsEN ISO 14556:2015,ISO 14556:2015
Draft Superseded By14/30289810 DC
DescriptorsMechanical testing, Test equipment, Deflection tests, Measuring instruments, Test specimens, Force measurement, Charpy impact tests, Steels, Impact testing
ICS77.040.10
Title in FrenchMatériaux métalliques. Essai de flexion par choc sur éprouvette Charpy à entaille en V. Méthode d'essai instrumenté
Title in GermanMetallische Werkstoffe. Kerbschlagbiegeversuch nach Charpy (V-Kerb). Instrumentiertes Prüfverfahren
CommitteeISE/101/4
ISBN978 0 580 84279 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages30
File Size1.268 MB
Price£186.00


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