upsetting test

upsetting test

[¦əp¦sed·iŋ ‚test]
(metallurgy)
A test used to identify the role of variables in forging, which demonstrates that the force to forge is a function of the strength of the material, coefficient of friction, and ratio of the lateral to thickness dimensions of the workpiece.
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There's a hammy scene with a dog which is upsetting test audiences - and it might not go down well with real audience members either.
In order to realize the first objective of this study, a series of upsetting tests were performed on two magnesium alloys (AZ31, AZ80) and an aluminium alloy (A17075) whose chemical composition are shown in Table 1.
A series of upsetting tests was carried out in order to correlate the emitted AE signals to different materials and geometries under various temperatures and strain rates.