Herbert cloudburst test

Herbert cloudburst test

[′hər·bərt ′klau̇d‚bərst ‚test]
(metallurgy)
A hardness test in which a shower of steel balls, dropped from a predetermined height, dulls the surface of a hardened part in proportion to its softness and thus reveals defective areas.
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