MATERIAL TENSILE TESTING MODEL USING PLC, WINCC AND PNEUMATIC PROPORTIONAL VALVE
Tensile testing has been used to guarantee the quality of components, materials and finish products within a wide range of industries. Typical applications of tensile testing are highlighted in the following sections on: Aerospace Industry, Automotive Industry, Beverage Industry, Construction Industry, Electrical and Electronics Industry, Medical Device Industry, Packaging Industry, Paper and Board Industry, Pharmaceuticals Industry, Plastics, Rubber and Elastomers Industry Safety, Health, Fitness and Leisure Industry, Textiles Industry, and etc.. In this study, we designed and fabricated a material tensile testing model and used pneumatic proportional valves, PLC and WINCC to test material tensile strength. In this paper we propose a new method of material tensile testing through the drop in tensile pressure in the tensile cylinder chamber, the tensile force at the point when the material is destroyed (damaged material)
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