Geotextiles - Tensile test for joints/seams by wide-width method (ISO 10321:1992)
This standard describes an index test method for the determination of the tensile properties (tensile strength) of joints or seams for geotextiles and geotextile-related products, using a wide width strip.
Geotextilien - Zugversuch am breiten Streifen an Verbindungen/Nähten (ISO 10321:1992)
Diese Internationale Norm beschreibt ein Indexprüfverfahren zur Bestimmung der Zugfestigkeit von Verbindungen und Nähten in Geotextilien und geotextilverwandten Produkten unter Verwendung eines breiten Streifens. Das Verfahren ist auf die meisten Geotextilien und geotextilerverwandten Produkte a anwendbar. Es ist auch auf Geogitter anwendbar, jedoch müssen im Bedarfsfalle die Probenabmessungen geändert werden. Dieses Verfahren bestimmt die Zugfestigkeit einer Verbindung oder einer Naht zwischen Geotextilien oder geotextilverwandten Produkten.
Géotextiles - Essai de traction pour joints/coutures par la méthode de la bande large (ISO 10321:1992)
Geotekstilije - Natezni preskus za spojev/šivov na širokih preskušancih (ISO 10321:1992)
Standards Content (sample)
SIST EN ISO 10321:1999
Geotekstilije - Natezni preskus za spojev/šivov na širokih preskušancih (ISO
Geotextiles - Tensile test for joints/seams by wide-width method (ISO 10321:1992)Geotextilien - Zugversuch am breiten Streifen an Verbindungen/Nähten (ISO
Géotextiles - Essai de traction pour joints/coutures par la méthode de la bande large(ISO 10321:1992)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN ISO 10321:1996
59.080.70 Geotekstilije Geotextiles
SIST EN ISO 10321:1999 en
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International Standard IS0 10321 was prepared by Technical Committee
ISO/TC 38, Textiles, Sub-Committee SC 21, Geotextiles.
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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD IS0 10321:1992(E)
Tensile test for joints/seams by wide-width
cation, the editions indicated were valid. All stan-
dards are subject to revision, and parties to
agreements based on this International Standard
This International Standard specifies an index test
are encouraged to investigate the possibility of ap-
method for determination of the tensile properties
plying the most recent editions of the standards in-
of joints and seams in geotextiles and related pro-
dicated below. Members of IEC and IS0 maintain
ducts, using a wide-width strip. The method is ap-
registers of currently valid International Standards.
plicable to most geotextiles and geotextile-related
products. It is also applicable to geogrids, but the
IS0 554:1976, Standard atmospheres for conditioning
specimen dimensions may need to be altered.
This method quantifies the tensile strength of a joint
IS0 3696:1987, Water for analytical laboratory use -
or seam between geotextiles or related products. It
Specification and test methods.
can provide data to indicate the joint or seam tensile
strength which can be achieved.
IS0 7500,13986, Metallic materials - Verification of
A joint or seam efficiency can be calculated by static uniaxial testing machines - Part I: Tensilecomparison of the joint/seam tensile strength with testing machines.
the tensile strength of the unjointed material as de-
termined by IS0 10319. IS0 9862:1990, Geotextiles - Sampling and prepara-
tion of test specimens.
Procedures for measuring the tensile properties of
both conditioned and wet specimens are included.
IS0 10319:- Geo textiles - Wide-width tensile test.
Some modification of techniques may be necessary
for particular geotextiles, e.g. strong geotextiles,
meshes or geotextiles made from glass fibre, to 3 Definitions
prevent them from slipping in the jaws or being
damaged as a result of being gripped in the jaws. For the purposes of this International Standard, thefollowing definitions apply.
The basic test for joints or seams in all kinds of
geotextiles or related products uses test specimens
3.1 seam: Series of stitches joining two or more
of 200 mm width, with the provision for the seam or
separate pieces of a material or materials of planar
joint to extend for 25 mm on each side in order to
structure, e.g. geotextiles or related products.
provide joint or seam stability during the test (see
3.2 joint: The junction at which two or more separ-
ate pieces of a geotextile or related product are
joined by a method other than stitching.
2 Normative references 3.3 joint/seam strength (for geotextiles and related
products): The maximum tensile resistance, meas-
ured in kilonewtons per metre, of the junction
The following standards contain provisions which,
formed by stitching or joining two or more planar
through reference in this text, constitute provisions
of this International Standard. At the time of publi-
1) To be published.
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seam or joint located along the centre-line of the
3.4 joint/seam efficiency: The ratio, expressed as
specimen, perpendicular to the direction of the ap-
a percentage, of joint/seam strength to the
geotextile strength evaluated in the same direction. plied load.
Cut each specimen, as shown in figure2, to achieve
a final specimen width of 200 mm. When removing
the shaded area from a specimen, as shown in fig-
ure2, the angles between the 25-mm extensions,
A geotextile specimen, 200 mm wide and containing
which are parallel to the seam or joint, and that
a joint/seam, is gripped across its entire width in the
section of the specimen having a finished width of
clamps of a tensile testing machine, operated at a
200 mm shall be 90”.
prescribed rate of extension, and subjected to a
longitudinal force (perpendicular to the seam axis)
until the joint/seam of the geotextile or related
6.3.2 For woven geotextiles (see IS0 10319), make
25-mm-long cuts at a distance of 25 mm plus b/2
from the centre-line of the specimen, to facilitate the
removal of the edge yarns in attaining the nominal
5 Apparatus and materials
width of 200 mm.
5.1 Tensile testing machine, constant rate of ex-
6.3.3 For geogrids, prepare jointed specimens at
tension type, complying with IS0 7500-1, in which
least 200 mm wide and sufficiently long to ensure a
the rate of increase of specimen length is uniform
clamp separation of at least 100 mm plus the joint
width, measured to + 3 mm. The jointed test speci-
men shall contain at least five tensile elements
5.2 Jaws, which are sufficiently wide to hold the
within the width of the test specimen and at least
entire width of the specimen and with appropriate
one row of nodes or cross-members on either side
means to limit slippage or damage. Each jaw shall
of the joint, excluding those by which the test speci-
measuring at least the width of the
men is held in the jaws or from which the joint is to
specimen, i.e. 200 mm.
be made. Cut all ribs or cross-members at least
IO mm from any node (see figure4).
NOTE 1 It is stressed that it is essential to choose jaw
faces that limit slippage of the geotextile that may occur,
The cross-members, from which the joint is to be
especially for stronger geotextiles. Examples of types of
made, shall be extended, by at least one pitch be-
jaw face, which have been found satisfactory, are given
in figure 1. yond the tensile elements to be tested, on both sides
of the specimen, in order to facilitate the formation
of the joint.
5.3 Water (for wet specimens only), purity grade 3
as defined in IS0 3696.
6.3.4 For knitted geotextiles, geocomposit