Difference between revisions of "Hardness"

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1. The ability of a surface to absorb energy imparted by an object colliding with it, or its shock absorbing properties.<br><br>
 
1. The ability of a surface to absorb energy imparted by an object colliding with it, or its shock absorbing properties.<br><br>
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http://www.cladtechnologies.com/Articles/Image18.gif<BR><BR>
 
http://www.cladtechnologies.com/Articles/Image18.gif<BR><BR>
 
Image showing hardness testing on a surface.<BR>
 
Image showing hardness testing on a surface.<BR>
Source: http://www.cladtechnologies.com
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Source: http://www.cladtechnologies.com<BR><BR>

Revision as of 17:14, 13 June 2006


1. The ability of a surface to absorb energy imparted by an object colliding with it, or its shock absorbing properties.

Image18.gif

Image showing hardness testing on a surface.
Source: http://www.cladtechnologies.com