hammer test

hammer test

[′ham·ər ‚test]
(metallurgy)
An impact test conducted by dropping weights from increasing heights until a specified deflection of the weight is produced.
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Empirix's latest release also enables third-party integration via RESTful APIs, allowing customers to integrate the Hammer test automation capability into their DevOps workflows and dashboards.
Result shows that UCS value by Schmidt rebound hammer test for Choragali formation is 71.42 Mpa) which depicts medium strength rock according to ISRM (1979), average value for Sakesar limestone is (76.32 Mpa) which correspondences to medium strength.
But Gracia Malimban, NHA field officer for Punta Santa Ana, said that Igoy was merely referring to a hammer test, which required the residents to vacate and the apartments padlocked before the test could be carried out.
From the "people-oriented" concept, in order to reduce the operator's long-term operation of the special equipment, which may cause physical and mental health damage, a special equipment cab system hammer test and the whole vehicle flat road motion test have been done.
Organizations can now leverage the Hammer Test System to detect and measure performance issues faster, across their entire communications network.
The second test (Hammer Test) uses a metal medical hammer (22 cm long, handle 2 cm in diameter, and approximately 120 g) [35] placed on a table and next to a sheet of paper (30 cm x 28 cm) with the outlines of 6 hammer rotations (see Figure 2 for details).
Another verification case is the drop hammer test and its numerical simulation.
Nonetheless, subjected to the 5-foot, 400-pound "hammer test," the GMS SD19 standard-definition, 19-inch smart LCD with integrated 4th Generation Intela Corea i7 Processor workstation remained fully operational.
Nonetheless, subjected to the 5-foot, 400-pound hammer test, the GMS SD19 standard-definition, 19-inch smart LCD with integrated 4th Generation Intel[R] Core i7 Processor workstation remained fully operational.
Considering the rebound hammer test, it can be assumed that the rebound index reading sets of separate testing locations are independent and identically distributed (i.i.d.) random variables since it can be supposed that the probability distribution of the rebound index does not change by location within the same structure and the separate testing locations can be considered to be mutually independent (Szilagyi et al.
If Fury passes the Hammer test, he'll most likely draw world champion Wladimir Klitschko in the latter part of 2015.