The evaluation of fracture mechanics properties at intermediate strain rates can be carried out on the basis of different standards. The starting point of the lecture is a comparative evaluation of the relevant standards and test procedures [
]. The aim of the fracture mechanics test at intermediate strain rates are not only generally materials characterizations but often the portability of the determined parameters on bigger sizes in case of evaluation of real components. In this situation the definition of component transferable material parameters is an important problem. In this context the crack initiation point gets an all-dominant importance [
]. In case of multiple specimens testing typically the definition of the crack initiation point based on the results of stretch-zone measurements.