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test

noun analysis, audit, check, checkup, effort, examination, experience, experiment, exploration, inquest, inquiry, inquisition, inspection, interrogation, observation, questioning, quiz, research, scrutiny, search, study, survey, trial, try, tryout
Associated concepts: blood test, clear and present danger test, compelling state interest test, prudent man test, right from wrong test, substantial evidence test
See also: attempt, canon, check, criterion, endeavor, experiment, indagation, inquiry, poll, question, research, survey, trial, try, venture

TEST. Something by which to ascertain the truth respecting another thing. 7 Penn. St. Rep. 428; 6 Whart. 284. Vide Religious Test.

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Knoop hardness tests revealed a significantly different response for samples pressed with an aluminum interface and those pressed with a PTFE interface.
Surface strength and hardness tests can be run on the completed sand mold to help identify soft spots due to uneven compaction or squeeze and verify the hardness of the mold prior to pouring.
Table 2: Pencil hardness test and bending test results Composition Diameter (1 Diameter Diameter Elongation inch) (3/4 inch) (1/2 inch) (%) Pure epoxy Failed Failed Failed >8.
This was to provide the field hardness test approach and general evaluation procedure for reliably determining the yield strength for older pipe of unknown specification.
Pencil hardness is a very common hardness test for organic coatings (ASTM D 3363).
However, for an HRC hardness test, the indentation process includes plastic deformation.
For the Rockwell Hardness test, the ASTM D 785 test procedure was followed.
Tenders are invited for Water Hardness Test Kits 500 Tests By Each Set .
One of the most common causes of test variation results from the Brinell Hardness Test technique employed by the operator.
This method, which is only used nowadays for very large specimens such as steel forgings or rolls, is considered an indentation hardness test since the hammer penetrates the specimen, albeit with both elastic and plastic deformation components.
The WJN-HCU software offers unrestricted test parameter definition, and any measurement application can be defined in Excel, resulting in significantly more information about a material than can be obtained using a conventional hardness test instrument.