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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 you our RFDA LT80 measurement system for non-destructive impulse excitation measurements with a temperature range of – 80°C up to +140°C. Typically an air atmosphere is used, but a more controlled atmosphere can be obtained with an optionnal inert gasflow. Measurements can be performed in predefined intervals during heating and cooling (1-5 °C/min). The results of these measurements are a plot of frequency, Young’s modulus, Shear modulus, Poisson’s ratio and damping (internal friction) versus temperature. Measurements are performed continuously in predefined intervals during the heating and cooling phase. The adjustable positioning of the excitation system and the front loading of the sample guarantee an optimal sample configuration and manipulation.

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