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Brinell hardness number

A measure of Brinell hardness; obtained by dividing the load expressed in kilograms (applied to a ball, usually 10 mm in diameter), by the area of indentation, expressed in square millimeters.
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Once you know what your BHN value is for your alloy mix, you can multiply that figure by a factor of 1,422, and this will give you what cast bullet guru Andy Moe calls the bullet's "yield strength" in pounds per square inch.
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Mike Saunders, a CNC programmer for Delco Products Div, General Motors, DAyton, OHM reflecting on the wide variations in machinability of castings with the same BHN, declares, "Brinell isn't a good test for machinability--period.
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