MCE 230 - Hardness Test - MCE 230 L Materials Science...

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MCE 230 –L Materials Science Hardness Test Gagan Gururaj ID: 8526 Group 2 Date of Experiment: 26/10/03
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Table of Contents 1) Abstract. ....................................................................... 3 2) Introduction. ................................................................ 3 3) Theory. ......................................................................... 3 4) Experimental procedure. .............................................. 3 5) Data. ............................................................................. 4 6) Calculations. ................................................................ 4 7) Discussion. ................................................................... 5 8) References. .................................................................. 5 2
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Abstract: Samples of steel, brass, copper and aluminum were tested for their mechanical properties using the hardness test. For each metal, the hardness values were recorded in the center, middle and edge after which the hardness numbers of the metals were calculated. The hardness numbers of steel, brass, copper and aluminum were found to be
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2008 for the course MECHANICAL 223,224,22 taught by Professor Ibrahim,sadek,johnwats, during the Spring '08 term at American University of Sharjah.

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