Material Analysis &
by Non Destructive
Impulse Excitation Testing
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Introduction to Material Analysis & Product Inspection with Impulse Excitation Testing
Let us guide you in the material testing possibilities of the Impulse Excitation Technique (IET) as well as the RFDA product line.
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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
IMCE's partner ELICO Marketing Pvt Ltd is thrilled to announce their participation at Indian Ceramics Asia 2024, the premier event for the ceramics, technical ceramics, refractories, and tile industries! This event will take place at Helipad Exhibition Centre,...
Maximize your materials testing and -characterization capabilities with the RFDA Essential. The RFDA Essential offers you the benefits of the non-destructive Impulse Excitation Technique (IET) in a mid-range instrument. Applications range from research to materials...
IMCE is thrilled to announce its participation in UNITECR 2023, a premier event in the world of refractory materials and testing. The conference and exhibition, hosted by Verband der Deutschen Feuerfest-Industrie e. V. (VDFFI), will take place in Frankfurt from...
Do you lack reliable information about the material characterization of your building materials like concrete and asphalt? Wouldn’t it be great to know young’s modulus, poisson’s ratio and shear modulus of these materials in common outdoor temperatures? We present to...
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RFDA Measurement Systems for Material Analysis as well as Product Inspection
IMCE provides measurement systems and services to characterize elastic material properties such as Young’s modulus, shear modulus, Poisson’s ratio and internal friction. The Resonant Frequency and Damping Analyzer (RFDA) is based on the impulse excitation technique in other words the analysis of the vibration signal from an impacted specimen. IMCE’s advanced material analysis software and innovative hardware technology provide state of the art solutions for R&D laboratories, both academic and industrial as well as research institutes. IMCE offers a material testing method to characterize elastic properties according to ISO, ASTM and EN -standards at room temperature as well as high temperature.
Benefits of RFDA measurement devices
- Non-destructive measurement of elastic properties as well as damping properties (Q-1)
- Large temperature range: -80 °C – 1700 °C
- Applicable to porous and brittle materials due to small strains
- Information about internal structure as well as damage
- Reliable, fast and easy accessible measurement technique
- Limited restrictions on sample geometry and dimensions