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One experiment alset up of this test device is to check if sample material meets a certain required performance level – for example if the material withstands an impact energy of 350 J without failure. A second possibility is to determine the impact energy at which the failure of a sample occurs as was done within the preliminary test: increase the impact energy until the sample fails.However,the increase of impact energy has to be reached by increasing the drop weight mass while holding the drop weight height constant to test with a constant impact velocity. It would be desirable to know about the ordinary velocity of a horse kick to choose a comparable impact velocity of the drop weight. A disadvantage of the test performed in this study is the multiple testing of a sample. Although the sample may resist a certain load level, substantial material damage occurs, leading to a reduced impact strength and, presumably, allowing the plank to fail within one of the next attempts, as Lei ten (2000)suspected for research results of Kloot (1954). The more scientific way to determine the kick resistance of infill planks is to perform impact bending as it was performed on large-scaled beams mentioned in Chapter 4. Here the impact energy exceeds the energy, which is required to cause failure of the sample so that data can be recorded by electronic equipment to calculate the residual energy of the drop weight after causing the sample failure. Proceeding like this, detailed data on the impact behaviours are provided for each specimen and significant results would be obtained.
The charm of the impact bending test device used for impact bending tests was its simple construction and easy usability. However, the limitations of this device are evident: impact velocity and impact energy depend on the mass and initial height of the drop weight and their calculation is limited to the moment of impact. While the adjustment of the drop weight mass is arranged step wise, the amount of different applicable impact energies is limited when holding the impact velocity constant. The number of applicable impact energies conforms to the number of steps in which the drop weight mass can be adjusted. The results of this test are less expressive due to the lack of data obtained while and after causing sample failure.
Removing horses from a very large natural range to confined areas for domestication leads to negative environmental impacts; therefore, horse owners are responsible for addressing the consequences of keeping horses. The concentration of horses in boarding facilities results in: pollution from manure, impacts to pasture land, impacts from the production and transportation of feed, and impacts caused by the use of water and energy to manage the facility. Such impacts are compounded by loss of rural land to urban sprawl, making sustainable management imperative to the future of the horse industry.
The product details:
|1. Length||3000mm, 3600mm, 3800mm, 4000mm|
|2. Height||1800mm, 2200mm, 2400mm|
|3. Standing Post||OD115mm|
|4. Frame and middle brack||SHS 50x50mm|
|5. surface treatment||Hot-dipped galvanized/ (black, green, red etc) powder coatding|
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