| Iron and Steel Institute - 1901
...finally worked out, quite satisfactory on all these points, consists in forcing, by means of pressure, **a hardened steel ball into the material to be tested...impression, the diameter of which is then to be measured,** in order to obtain the spherical area of the concavity. The quotient resulting from dividing the maximum... | |
| 1902
...Wahlberg, of Stockholm, consists in forcing, by means of pressure, a hardened steel ball into tin material **tested, so as to cause an impression, the diameter of which is then to be measured,** in unier to obtain the spherical area of the concavity. . >:•• <|iiotient resulting from dividing... | |
| 1901
...finally worked out, quite satisfactory on all these points, consists in forcing, by means of pressure, **a hardened steel ball into the material to be tested...impression, the diameter of which is then to be measured,** in order to obtain the spherical area of the concavity. The quotient resulting from dividing the maximum... | |
| Sir Norman Lockyer - 1901
...was an elaborate memoir of great importance. The method consists in forcing, by means of pressure, **a hardened steel ball into the material to be tested...impression, the diameter of which is then to be measured,** in order to obtain the spherical area of the concavity. The quotient resulting from dividing the maximum... | |
| Iron and Steel Institute - 1905
...mild Bessemer steel * Brinell's method of testing hardness consists in forcing, by means of pressure, **a hardened steel ball into the material to be tested...cause an impression, the diameter of which is then** measured, in order to obtain the spherical area of the concavity. The quotient resulting from dividing... | |
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