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    Volume 12, Issue 5 (September 1984)

    Quantitative Relations Among Measures of Ductility in Planar and Through-Thickness Tension Tests of 12.8-mm-Diameter Specimens

    Published Online: 01 September 1984

    CODEN: JTEVAB

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    Abstract

    The distribution exponent (DE) is a measure of a material's ability to transfer its inherent ultimate ductility (as measured by reduction of area RA) into practical maximum extension in the direction of forming forces (as measured by elongation, in 50.8 mm [2 in.], EL). The computation, nature, and utility of the distribution exponent are discussed herein.


    Author Information:

    Ludwigson, DC
    instructor in metallurgy, Westmoreland County Community College, Youngwood, PA

    McDonald, MM
    Associate engineer, U.S. Steel Corp., Research Laboratory, Monroeville, PA


    Stock #: JTE10729J

    ISSN:0090-3973

    DOI: 10.1520/JTE10729J

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    Title Quantitative Relations Among Measures of Ductility in Planar and Through-Thickness Tension Tests of 12.8-mm-Diameter Specimens
    Symposium ,
    Committee E28