Energetically evaluated load-indentation measurements of different classes of material
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Alumina, acryl glass, colour paint and India-rubber have been investigated by load-indentation measurements. The data were evaluated in terms of specific deformation energy densities and in terms of the conventional hardness under load. The specific energy densities were found to indicate a constant material response to the penetration of the indentor for extended penetration depth ranges. However, the conventionally calculated hardness values show a typical decrease for increased penetration depth.
KeywordsColour Polymer Alumina Energy Density Acryl
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