Brinell hardness


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Brinell hardness

Brinell hardness tester
A measure of resistance of a material to indentation; obtained by use of a machine which presses a standard hard steel or carbide ball into the material, under standard loading conditions; expressed by the Brinell hardness number—the higher the number, the harder the material.
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Caption: Figure 5: Brinell hardness after TMA for 0 wt.% B (light gray), 2.08 wt.% B (light-darkgray), and 4.17 wt.% B (dark gray) at 125[degrees]C, 160[degrees]C, and 200[degrees]C for (a) 5 wt.% Zn and (b) 10 wt.% Zn.
Keywords: fracture toughness, Brinell hardness; material properties degradation; low temperatures; thermoactivated plastic strain.
The average ovendried density, Brinell hardness, and elastic recovery in three grain orientations of six species are presented in Table 2.
Readings can be in either Brinell hardness or Rockwell hardness values.
The Brinell hardness of the PPO/HIPS blends was measured using a P.HB 625 hardness tester.
The series features electronic control giving it capabilities for Rockwell, Rockwell Superficial, Rockwell testing of plastics (A & B) and Light Force Brinell hardness testing.
* Narrow Brinell hardness window of 475 to 505 HBW.
Occasionally, buyers will ask for a specific Brinell hardness in the casting.
Brinell hardness measurement of the samples were done using hardened steel ball 10 mm in diameter according to the EN 10003-1 Brinell hardness measurement standards.