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GB/T 3512019: PDF in English (GBT 3512019) GB/T 3512019
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 77.040.99
H 21
Replacing GB/T 3511995
Metallic Materials  Resistivity Measurement Method
ISSUED ON: MARCH 25, 2019
IMPLEMENTED ON: FEBRUARY 01, 2020
Issued by: State Administration for Market Regulation;
Standardization Administration of PRC.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 4
2 Normative References ... 4
3 Terms and Definitions ... 4
4 Test Equipment ... 5
5 Sample ... 6
6 Test ... 6
7 Test Results and Calculation ... 10
8 Test Records and Reports ... 13
Appendix A (Informative) Schematic Diagram of the Common Conductor
Clamping Tool ... 15
Metallic Materials  Resistivity Measurement Method
1 Scope
This Standard specifies the terms and definitions, test equipment, sample, test, test
results and calculation, test records and reports for the resistivity measurement of the
metallic materials.
This Standard is applicable to the measurement of the electrical properties such as
volume resistivity, mass resistivity, electrical conductivity and directcurrent resistance
ratio, etc.
The method provided in this Standard is an arbitration measurement method and a
conventional measurement method for measuring the resistivity, under the standard
conditions, in a range of 0.01Ω•mm2/m ~ 2.0Ω•mm2/m.
2 Normative References
The following documents are essential to the application of this document. For the
dated documents, only the versions with the dates indicated are applicable to this
document; for the undated documents, only the latest version (including all the
amendments) are applicable to this document.
YB/T 081 Rule for Rounding Off of Numerical Values and Judgement of Testing
Values for Technical Standards of Metallurgy
3 Terms and Definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
3.1 Resistance per unit length
It indicates, at the temperature of 20°C, the resistance of a conductor per unit length.
3.2 Volume resistivity
It indicates, at the temperature of 20°C, the resistance of conductor per unit length and
per unit crosssectional area.
3.3 Mass resistivity
when the sample resistance is no less than 10Ω, the Wheatstone bridge shall be used.
Other instruments that conform to the provisions of 4.4 can also be used.
4.2 When clamping the sample by the special tool, the blades on the voltage terminals
shall be sharp and parallel to each other, and perpendicular to the same axis. See
Appendix A for a schematic diagram of common conductor clamping tools.
4.3 Th distance between the voltage terminal and the corresponding current terminal
shall be no less than 1.5 times of the circumference of the cross section of the sample.
4.4 The total error of the bridge measurement system shall not exceed ±0.15%. The
total error includes calibration error of the standard resistance, comparison error
between the sample and the standard resistance, error caused by the contact potential
and the thermoelectrical potential, and the error arising from the sample heating
caused by the measuring the current.
4.5 Thermometer: the indication error shall not exceed 0.1°C.
4.6 Micrometer: the minimum division value shall not exceed 0.01mm.
Vernier caliper: the minimum division value shall not exceed 0.1mm.
4.7 Precision balance: the minimum division value shall not exceed 0.1mg.
5 Sample
5.1 The sample shall be straight. When the sample can’t be straightened by hand,
place it on the surface of a soft material such as wood or rubber, and straightened with
a slight force by a wooden hammer or a rubber hammer.
5.2 The surface of the sample shall be free of visible cracks or defects with a length
greater than 1mm, as well as grease, rust and other contaminants to ensure good
contact.
5.3 In order to ensure the measurement accuracy, the sample shall be, together with
bridge, standard resistance and other measuring equipment, placed under the same
environment for at least 1h.
5.4 The gauge length of the sample shall be no less than 300mm; other dimensions
shall be compatible with the measuring equipment.
6 Test
6.1 Temperature control
π– Pi, take the value of 3.142;
d – arithmetic mean of the sample diameter, in mm.
6.3.2 Weighing method
For sample without the simple crosssection, or if the crosssectional area error
measured and calculate directly does not meet the requirements of Table 1, the cross
section area shall be calculated as per Formula (3) by weighing method:
Where:
A – crosssection area of the sample, in mm2;
m – sample mass, in g;
L1 – sample length, in mm;
ds – sample density, in g/mm3.
When the density of the sample is unknown, the density is measured by weighing in
still water. Removing the gas, oil stains absorbed on the surface of the sample, the
mass of the sample in air and still water is weighed by a precisions balance with a
division value of 0.1mg. When weighing in air, the extension of the hanging wire shall
be immersed in the still water to eliminate the influence of the surface tension. The
diameter of the hanging wire shall be as small as possible; when it exceeds 0.05mm,
use the hanging wire with twice diameter to weigh for twice, the mass difference for
the twice measurements shall not exceed ±0.01 [dL / (dS  dL)] % of the apparent mass
of the sample in still water. The temperature of water is the same as the ambient
temperature, meanwhile preventing the effects of the crossventilation on the weighing.
The sample density shall be calculated as per the Formula (4):
Where:
dS – sample density, in g/mm3;
mA – apparent mass of the sample measured in the air, in g;
dL – water density during the measurement, in kg/m3;
shall be calculated as per Formula (5):
Where:
R20 – resistance value on the gauge length of the sample at 20°C, in Ω;
Rt – the reallymeasured resistance value on the gauge length of sample at the test
temperature t, in Ω;
α20 – resistance temperature coefficient of sample at 20°C, in 1/°C; for the black
metallic materials, its value is 0.00455;
t – ambient temperature during the test, in °C.
7.3 Calculation of resistance per unit length
The resistance per unit length is calculated as per the Formula (6):
Where:
RL20 – resistance per unit length of sample at 20°C, in Ω/m;
R20 – resistance of sample at 20°C, in Ω;
L2 – gauge length of sample at 20°C, in m.
7.4 Calculation of volume resistivity
The volume resistivity shall be calculated as per the Formula (7):
ρ20 – volume resistivity of sample at 20°C, in µΩ•m or Ω•mm2/m;
R20 – resistance of sample at 20°C, in Ω;
A20 – crosssection area of sample at 20°C, in mm2;
L2 – gauge length at 20°C, in m.
7.5 Calculation of mass resistivity
7.8 Calculation of directcurrent resistance ratio
At the standard temperature of 20°C, the directcurrent resistance ratio of the sample
shall be calculated as per Formula (11):
Where
k20 – directcurrent resistance ratio of the sample at 20°C;
R1 – standard temperature resistance of sample during the first measurement, in Ω;
R2 – standard temperature resistance of sample during the second measurement, in
Ω.
7.9 Numerical rounding off
The results of the test measurement shall be rounded off according to the requirements
of relevant product standards. If there are no specific provisions of the product
standards, it shall be rounded off according to the provisions of YB/T 081.
8 Test Records and Reports
8.1 The test records generally include the following contents:
a) Sample number;
b) Material types of the sample;
c) Sample length, gauge length;
d) Sample mass;
e) Average crosssection area of the sample; standard deviation of the average
crosssection area under the number of tests and test temperature;
f) Measurement type: arbitration test or routine test;
g) Ambient temperature during the measurement;
h) Equipment type;
i) Under the measured temperature, the sample’s resistance, standard deviation of
arithmetic mean and average resistance;
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