abrupt changes in geometry of the part serve as the focus of high stresses. Various means can be devised to relieve the abruptness of the geometric changes and thus the …
The force producing or tending to produce deformation in a body measured by the force applied per unit area.
Technology allowing video and audio to be delivered on the Internet without the long wait times required in the past. Available at a variety of bit rates, corresponding to the …
A printed plastic, paper or cloth banner for window or interior use.
The increase in stress () needed to cause a certain increase in plastic strain rate (i) at a given level of plastic strain (E) and a given temperature (T). Strain-rate …
The value n in the relationship = KEn, where is the true stress; E is the true strain; and K, which is called the strength coefficient, is equal to the …
See strain hardening exponent.
An increase in hardness and strength caused by plastic deformation at temperatures below the recrystallization range. Also known as work hardening.
The changes in ductility, hardness, yield point, and tensile strength that occur when a metal or alloy that has been cold worked is stored for some time. In steel, strain …
In tensile testing, the ratio of the elongation to the gage length of the test specimen, that is, the change in length per unit of original length.
An upright press open at front and back with the columns (uprights) at the ends of the bed.
See roll straightener.
Curvature of the peripheral edge that has no radius.
A cam that travels 90? to press stroke. Also called horizontal cam.
A Merchandise Credit is a store voucher good for merchandise that is given for returns instead of cash.
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