High Strain Rate Testing

Studying high strain rate response is critical for research labs in determining displacements and strains to improve FEA models and their prediction of material/structural response, especially for ballistic applications.

High Strain-rate applications:

  • Split Hopkinson Pars
  • Hydraulic high strain rate materials testing
  • Puncture testing
  • Ballistic testing
  • Drop testing
  • Impact testing
  • Fracture mechanics
  • Shock wave propagation