bend test

bend test

[′bend ‚test]
(metallurgy)
A ductility test in which a specimen is bent through an arc of known radius and angle.
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The phone was put through the bend test where it exhibited slight flex but nothing snapped.
Popular YouTuber JerryRigEverything put the latest iPad Pro to the gruesome scratch and bend test and not surprisingly, the tablet could not survive the first attempt.
Ball indentation test has been adopted with steel indenter made of chromium and also three point bend test to calculate [K.sub.IC] of the material.
The bend test is similar to the 'wrinkle test,' real leather has a unique elasticity when bent, changes colour and wrinkles naturally.
Caption: Figure 2: The schematic of the flexural test system: (a) three-point bend test structure and (b) software processing section.
To determine the ductility and toughness of the welded joint by using FSW and FSP a bending test was adopted for the weld samples which passed 90[degrees] bend test. Bend testing was set up as illustrated in Fig 4.
He then performed a bend test on the phone using his bare hands.
Coatings subjected to a 1/2 inch mandrel bend test after aging.
The creep test specimens were nominally identical to the quasistatic bend test specimens.
Bending tests were performed according to the ASTM D522 standard, "Mandrel Bend Test, Method B, and Cylindrical Mandrel." Three mandrel diameters (1, 3/4, 1/2 inch) were chosen for these tests.
The configuration for the boards for the bend and drop tests essentially follows JESD22-B111 (1) with minor differences in the number of components placed, since the same board design was used for both the drop and bend test. Strain gauges were placed on bare and populated boards on both sides of the panels, and replicate readings were taken for confirmation.
Clinicians can assess trunk asymmetry with the Adams forward bend test and/or a scoliometer and radiographs.