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Krishnan_che
Krishnan_che • Nov 16, 2009

Effect of surface hardness in tensile testing

Hello CEans,

Is it possible to account the surface hardness effect in the tensile testing specimen? If possible, how could it be accomplished?
For instance, I would like to establish the stress strain curve for the material that used on surface hardened component. Will there be a big change if the surface hardness effect is considered on the tensile specimen?

Sharing the subject info would be helpful to me.

Thanks
M Gopalakrishnan
juma1987
juma1987 • Nov 16, 2009
The problem is that in tensile testing you use a probe, u can actually study the influence of hardened surface in the probe, BUT the difficul part is to link theese results with the real specimen, but it would be a nice and interesting research 😉
Krishnan_che
Krishnan_che • Nov 19, 2009
juma1987
The problem is that in tensile testing you use a probe, u can actually study the influence of hardened surface in the probe, BUT the difficul part is to link theese results with the real specimen, but it would be a nice and interesting research 😉[/Effect of surface hardness in tensile testing]

Thank you very much juma. Let me check out other resources to get the answer

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