When not otherwise modified, refers to the bursting strength of linerboard and combined board except for those grades of corrugate in which a puncture test is substituted for bursting strength.
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A stress that causes two parts of an elastic body, on either side of a typical stress plane, to pull apart. Contrast with compressive stress.
The maximum stress that a material can withstand without yielding when subjected to a stretching load.
The maximum stress that a material can withstand without breaking when subjected to a stretching load.
Breaking strength of a material as it is stretched.
(also called modulus of elasticity). The ratio of nominal stress to the corresponding strain below the proportional limit of a material.
A destructive mechanical test whereby strength and ductility properties are measured. See tensile strength.
A master pattern (physical) or standardized set of specifications which are utilized to reproduce multiple physical or electronic forms and files.
A metal heat treating process to remove internal stresses at temperatures above those required for stress relieving.
Any medium or high carbon (excluding clock spring) strip steel of spring quality which has been hardened and tempered to meet specifications. Where specification calls for blue or straw color, …
Also known as clock spring steel. This product, while similar to general description under heading of Tempered Spring Steel Strip, is manufactured and processed with great and extreme care exercised …
Subjecting metal sheet or strip to a slight amount of cold rolling following annealing to forestall stretcher strains. Also termed pinch pass or skin rolled.
Industry-standard code that indicates the hardness of the steel.
A polymer of fluorinated ethylene used as a slip agent.
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