Effects of Some Variables in Specimen Selection and Procedures on the Results of Shear Tests / JG. Kaufman, RE. Davies
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- Reproducibility and Accuracy of Mechanical Tests (1976 : St. Louis, Mo.)
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- Davies, RE.
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- Studies of the effect of variations in test method and specimen orientation and location on the results of shear tests of aluminum alloys have shown that, in double-shear tests, (a) specimen size and lubrication¿̐ưeven that from the human skin¿̐ưaffect shear strength values by 3 to 4 percent, and (b) shear strength varies with location of shear plane through the thickness of aluminum alloy products. In blanking-shear tests, clearance between punch and dies up to 12 percent of the sheet thickness has no significant effect on test values.
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- Volume 1977, Issue 626 (January 1977)
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