Process Testing method in which a loading pin bends the material for any defects to be revealed.
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Process Testing method for materials in which a carbide ball is pressed down against the surface and creates an indentation which is measured to estimate the material’s Brinell hardness.
Process Cutting method in which an electrically charged wire is fed through a workpiece creating an electric discharge that cuts a contour in its horizontal plane.
Process Testing method for materials where a coil is charged with an alternating current to create eddy currents, which differ and indirectly detects when there is a defect in the material surface.
Process Test method where the material is loaded with a force in different situations to finally be able to determine the buckling force.
Process Testing method in which an initial crack is subjected to a force or a bending moment so that the material's fracture toughness can be determined.
Process Material testing where fatigue resistance is determined by rotating the material with a large number of cycles, in a machine while it is loaded with a small force.
Process Test method where the material is pressurized by a liquid for possible defects to be detected by the possible deformations that occur adjacent to the defects.
Process Testing method for materials in which an indenter whose tip is shaped like an equilateral pyramid creates a depression whose diagonal is translated to Knoop hardness.
Process Material testing where fatigue resistance is determined by rotating the material with a small number of cycles, in a machine while it is loaded with a large force.