Capturing the Mechanical Behavior:
Slow Strain Tensile Testing 

Slow strain tensile testing is a mechanical testing method used to analyze the behavior of materials under tensile stress at a slow and controlled rate of strain. This method involves gradually applying tensile force to a specimen while measuring the corresponding elongation until the specimen reaches failure. The slow strain rate allows for detailed observation of the material's deformation characteristics, such as yield strength, ultimate tensile strength, ductility, and fracture toughness. This information is crucial for understanding the material's mechanical properties and performance in various applications, including structural engineering, material science, and manufacturing. 

At Subodh we test tensile specimen under slow strain for various customers and applications.