Tensibility

Ten`si`bil´i`ty


n.1.The quality or state of being tensible; tensility.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Deformation properties of dual-phase steels (tensibility, uniform elongation UE, strain-hardening exponent) depend on the volume fraction of martensite--Fig.
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Experimental set up Variable factors Values Constant factors Values Pressure p [MPa] 200/350 Standoff 3 mm Traverse rate v 70/120 Abrasive material Barton Garnet [mm.[min.sup.-1]] Mesh 80 J/T abbreviation 0.14/1.2; Cutting head Autoline [TM] 0.1/1 Abrasive mass 200/500 Material thickness 10 mm flow rate [g.[min.sup.-1]] Target material: Stainless steel AISI 304--Chemical Properties and Physical Aspects % C max % Mn max % P max % S max % Si max % Cr max % Ni 0.07 2.0 0.045 0.03 1 18/20 8/10 Tensile Slip Limit Strength Strength Rm Rp 0,2% Tensibility max.