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|Title: ||A solution for estimating the tensile yield strength from small specimens|
|Authors: ||Mak, J|
|Keywords: ||YIELD STRENGTH|
|Issue Date: ||24-May-2013|
|Publisher: ||ASTM Compass|
|Citation: ||Mak, J., Wei, T., Wuhrer, R., Yeung, W., Heness, G., & Di, Z. (2013). A Solution for Estimating the Tensile Yield Strength From Small Specimens. Journal of Testing and Evaluation, 41(4), 647-650.|
|Abstract: ||The small punch test is an innovative test that utilises small disc-shaped specimens to assess the mechanical behaviour of materials. The main advantage is the relatively small specimen size. In this article, a modified analytical solution for the small punch maximum bend strength is proposed that is based on classical plate theory. A clear linear relationship is observed between the tensile yield strength σYS and the small punch maximum bend strength σy for both alloys and metal matrix composites. © ASTM International.|
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