Commit 35887913 authored by Alfonso Parra Rubio's avatar Alfonso Parra Rubio


parent e600ed55
......@@ -208,21 +208,22 @@ The lay up of this test is the following:
Results for the sample done by OCT Industries are:
<img src="images/oct1.png" alt="plot1" width="500"/>
<img src="images/oct2.png" alt="plot1" width="500"/>
Can be seen that the compression is very linear and in both elements, under a compresion of 1.3mm the value is 8N.
For the cotton tips, results are interesting.
<img src="images/oct1.png" alt="plot1" width="500"/>
<img src="images/cot2.png" alt="plot1" width="500"/>
<img src="images/cot3.png" alt="plot1" width="500"/>
<img src="images/cot4.png" alt="plot1" width="500"/>
As cotton cant ensure a fixed geometry, the results has a biggest deviation. Also, as we are accumulating mass when compressing, the grow of the force seems more likely as an exponential. OCT design doesn't behave the same due to its internally hollow.
......@@ -243,9 +244,12 @@ Swabs number 11 12 and 13 were mounted in the tensile clamps of the instron to d
Results are the following:
<img src="images/tension11.png" alt="plot1" width="500"/>
<img src="images/tension12.png" alt="plot1" width="500"/>
<img src="images/tension13.png" alt="plot1" width="500"/>
Clearly this element is elastic enough to break without reaching a clear plastic deformation. Values can be compared in the following table:
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