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"Mechanical requirements"

The ductility and strength (measured by a tensile test), related hardness properties and fracture toughness (or impact resistance) are the three most frequently required materials properties.A secondary batch include properties related to torsion, shear, bending and fatigue (although usually on components rather than raw materials) with additional measurements of creep behaviour required for elevated temperature service.Service behaviour such as wear resistance is usually inferred from other tests while intrinsic properties such as density and damping capacity are generally only considered by the designer


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