(Received 8 September 1988; accepted 30 March 1989)
Published Online: 1989
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Development of a compact, versatile yet accurate extensometer is described. The extensometer has a lever mechanism with added linkage to maintain the transducer alignment exactly parallel to the gage length. The design features linear translation through a large working range, variable initial gage length, and good access to small tensile specimens with minimum interference in plastic behavior.
The University of Wollongong, NSW
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