Vicker''s hardness test, Mechanical Engineering

Vicker's Hardness Test:

This test is alike the Brinell test but uses different indenter. A square based pyramid of cone angle 136 ° is used. The applied load can be 5, 10, 30, 50 ... etc. kg f. The same test procedure is used.




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