indentation hardness


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in·den·ta·tion hard·ness

a number related to the size of the impression made by an indenter (or tool) of specific size and shape under a known load.

in·den·ta·tion hard·ness

(inden-tāshŭn hahrdnĕs)
Number related to size of impression made by an indenter (or tool) of specific size and shape under a known load.
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Indentation hardness was tested by using a Shore A durometer (Frank GmbH, Hamburg, Germany) according to ISO 868.
Mar and scratch resistance appears to be independent of Tukon and other indentation hardness results, which is a little surprising.
The indentation hardness represents a measure of the average pressure under the indenter tip and is calculated from the force necessary to push a rigid indenter into the material.
The authors examined Flexidone's properties such as gelling curve, viscosity stability, indentation hardness, tensile strength and more.
1, micro indentation hardness experiments of $355JR steel have shown the increase of indentation hardness with the decrease of depth.
It is not as simple as a relationship to indentation hardness; a scratch incident is dynamic, whereas an indentation hardness test is static.
The Brinell indentation hardness test was performed with a 1 mm diameter steel ball, with loads 49 and 98 N and loading time 30 sec:
This brochure contains durometers and durometer systems that cover the entire spectrum of indentation hardness testing of rubber-like materials.
Volume three of the 15-volume series documents practices and test methods for measuring crack growth behavior and fatigue in metals, the effect of temperature and stress relaxation, elastic properties, indentation hardness, residual stress, grain size, and specimen preparation.
First, the specimen thickness and indentation hardness of the conditioned foam after a recovery time are measured.
The output of these hardness testers is typically a single indentation hardness value that is a measure of the relative penetration depth of the indentation tip into the sample.