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BH

Abbreviation for bundle of His.

Bh

Abbreviation for bohrium.

BH

abbr.
bill of health
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Brinell hardness after thermomechanometric studies and simulated annealing increased as a function of the Al[B.sub.12] particle volume fraction for both Zn concentrations studied.
After that, the [K.sub.IC] values at the operational temperatures can be calculated using the proposed in the present work relationships between fracture toughness and Brinell hardness.
Influence of ovendried density on wood Brinell hardness and elastic recovery
where HB is the Brinell hardness. Figure 12 show a plot of the experimental values for [[alpha].sub.LTJ], determined from Equation (14), versus the inverse of the Brinell hardness and ratio of ultimate to yield strength.
The compressive force, % elongation, compressive strength and Brinell hardness number were calculated after the lapse of 24 hours.
Brinell hardness is closely related to the tensile strength of steel by the relationship:
Unlike the Brinell hardness test, which is mainly concerned with the average pressure under the indenter and maximum contact radius a, Rockwell hardness is determined by the indentation load, relative depth, and indenter geometry.
What's more, Brinell hardness of an NVD nickel shell is 195, versus 167 for the QC-7 aluminum commonly used in blow molds.
In the instructions with the Tester is a graph showing the relationship between the Saeco scale and the Brinell hardness scale, widely used in the metals industry.
Based on the high wear resistance of a specially developed steel, SAGITTA, the 600 Brinell Hardness has increased the lifetime of the KVX system by 20-25%.
The ASTM Brinell hardness standard (E10) was first published in 1924.
The qualities that have made bismuth such a standout in the non-toxic shot race include its density -- 90 percent that of lead -- with a brinell hardness only slightly more than lead's.