Brinell hardness test, Mechanical Engineering

Brinell Hardness Test:

Insert the Ball of diameter D in ball holder of machine. Make specimen surface free from dust and dirt.

Make contact between the surface and ball by rotating the wheel

Turn lever to apply load. Wait for 30 seconds.

Remove specimen from support table and check the indentation through the optical microscope.

 

 

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