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ductile

(of a metal, such as gold or copper) able to be drawn out into wire

ductile

Capable of being stretched or deformed without fracturing.
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As the industry evolves, our clients are beginning to increase the demand for ductile iron," said Tom Riordan, CEO.
The FEA model uses Oyane's ductile fracture criterion to predict whether fracture has occurred in the material and also to predict the location of fracture if it occurs.
MTS awarded ductile iron pipe with its esteemed prime Gold/EPP SMaRT certification rating thanks to the pipe's rankings in:
The recycled metal is used to make ACIPCO's 20-foot-long ductile iron pipe, which is sold to water districts across the United States.
polycarbonate (PC) is a ductile polymer: however, when notched it often fails in a brittle manner [1-3], with a sharp brittle-ductile transition being observed as a function of the test temperature in the notched Izod or notched Charpy method [2, 4].
Although researchers have assumed that the motion of these kinks controls the strength of ductile materials, Spence says, "it's all been theory.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and AWWA specifications for cast iron and ductile iron pipe for water service applications are available and may be obtained from the American Water Works Association or from individual manufacturers.
LONDON -- FT Ductile Ltd, a sister company of FT Pipeline Systems and providers of an extensive range of ductile iron pipes, is advising its customers to visit www.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Ductile Iron Fittings & Adapter Kits
3 million tons Gray iron 17 million tons Ductile iron 8.
American Ductile iron Pipe is the industry leader in the promotion of ductile iron pipe for installation using several trenchless technology methods, including pipebursting and horizontal direction drilling.
Ductile iron, in fact, has been used in some European machine tools since the early 1980s.