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n, pl -pies
1. an energetic person known for getting things done
2. censorious a swindler or someone who makes a living by cheating


or sharp•y

(ˈʃɑr pi)

n., pl. sharp•ies.
1. sharper.
2. a very alert person.
[1855–60, Amer.]
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Noun1.sharpy - an alert and energetic personsharpy - an alert and energetic person  
doer, actor, worker - a person who acts and gets things done; "he's a principal actor in this affair"; "when you want something done get a doer"; "he's a miracle worker"
goffer, gopher - a zealously energetic person (especially a salesman)
2.sharpy - a professional card player who makes a living by cheating at card gamessharpy - a professional card player who makes a living by cheating at card games
card player - someone who plays (or knows how to play) card games
chiseler, chiseller, defrauder, grifter, scammer, swindler, gouger - a person who swindles you by means of deception or fraud
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The Charpy impact test, a standardized high strain- rate test is done to determine the amount of energy absorbed by the alloy during fracture as shown in table 4.
Ozbek and Leevers [3] claim a correlation of the post-peak energy (PPE) from the inverted Charpy impact test with the post-yield and pre-strain hardening response in a tensile or a plane stress compression test based on the adiabatic softening of the material ahead of the propagating crack tip.
The higher values of flexural stress and charpy impact test found in the area with border between 64.
According to JIS K 7111-1 (JIS 2006a), a Charpy impact test was performed using a digital impact tester (DG-CD; Toyo Seiki Seisaku-sho, Ltd.
Results of notched and un-notched Charpy impact test results showed that the Radilon A RV500RW 339 NER is up to 30% tougher than the other material tested.
Results obtained during Charpy impact test Material Impact energy [kJ/[m.
This property is determined through the charpy impact test, where V-notch is often used, along with the drop weight tear test (DWTT) in line pipe material.
Charpy impact test samples were prepared according to ASTM D 6110-08 by varying the sample width from 5mm to 12.
However, reference materials are available only for the Charpy impact test, which measures a property related to fracture resistance.