ductile

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Led easily; prone to follow
Molded easily into a new form
Capable of being pulled or stretched into thin wire by mechanical force without breaking
capable of being drawn out, as into wire or a thread
{a} tractable, pliable, easy to be drawn
Capable of being elongated or drawn out, as into wire or threads
Easily led; tractable; complying; yielding to motives, persuasion, or instruction; as, a ductile people
easily influenced
capable of being shaped or bent or drawn out; "ductile copper"; "malleable metals such as gold"; "they soaked the leather to made it pliable"; "pliant molten glass"; "made of highly tensile steel alloy"
ductile metals can be pressed or pulled into shape without needing to be heated (ductilis, from ducere )
Capable of being drawn into thin sheets or wires without breaking
Easily bent Contrast with brittle
Capable of having its shape changed permanently by means of applied mechanical force
{s} malleable, flexible, pliant
capable of being drawn into a thin shape such as a wire
Ductile is the ability of a substance to be hammered thin
capable of being molded or shaped without breaking; plastic
can be drawn or stretched into wire and other shapes
A term used to describe metals soft enough to be stretched, drawn or hammered without breaking
can be stretched, drawn, or hammered thin without breaking; not brittle
A quality which describes the capability of a material to undergo extreme amounts of plastic deformation before fracturing
Said of a rock that is able to sustain, unde a given set of condition, 5-10% deformation before fracturing or faulting
Said of a rock that is able to sustain, under a given set of condition, 5-10% deformation before fracturing or faulting
Can be hammered or stretched into a very thin wire
ductile iron
A form of cast iron used in many industrial applications
ductile fracture
a fracture characterized by plastic deformation
ductile fracture
Layers of atoms break apart completely due to stress resulting from plastic deformation that causes the material to fracture
ductile fracture
Fracture characterized by tearing of metal accompanied by appreciable gross plastic deformation and expenditure of considerable energy Contrast with brittle fracture
ductility
{n} flexibility, compliance
ductility
Ability of metals and alloys to retain strength and freedom from cracks when shape is altered
ductility
The ability of steel to withstand permanent distortion without rupture
ductility
Ability of steel to undergo permanent changes in shape without fracture at room temperature
ductility
– The property of a material by which it yields and continues to deform when a certain applied stress level is reached
ductility
The property that permits permanent deformation before fracture by stress in tension
ductility
The measurement of a metals ability to bend or deform from stresses supplied by external forces before fracturing The measurement is defined by elongation and reduction of area performed on a tension test
ductility
That property of a material which permits of its being drawn out into a thread or wire
ductility
Ability of a material to be drawn out longitudinally to a reduced section without fracture under the action of a tensile force
ductility
the ability to withstand non-elastic deformation without rupture
ductility
The property of a metal which allows it to be drawn into wires or filaments
ductility
Tractableness; pliableness
ductility
the malleability of something that can be drawing into wires or hammered into thin sheets
ductility
how much strain a material will take before it breaks
ductility
The ability of a material to deform plastically before fracturing
ductility
The property of a metal which allows it to be permanently deformed, in tension, before final rupture Ductility is commonly evaluated by tensile testing in which the amount of elongation and the reduction of area of the broken specimen, as compared to the original test specimen, are measured and calculated
ductility
Is the ability of a material to withstand large inelastic deformations without fracture Structural steel has considerable ductility
ductility
a measure of a material's ability to undergo appreciable plastic deformation before fracture E
ductility
(1) The ability of a material to deform plastically without fracturing, being measured by elongation or reduction of area in a tensile test, by height of cupping in an Erichsen test or by other means (2) The capacity of a material to deform plastically without fracturing (3) The property of metals that enables them to be mechanically deformed when cold, without fracture In steel, ductility is usually measured by elongation and reduction of area as determined in a tensile test
ductility
The ability of a cursive font to stretch or compress the connective baseline to effect text justification
ductility
{i} malleability, flexibility, pliancy
ductility
Capacity of a material to deform permanently (e.g., stretch, bend, or spread) in response to stress. Most common steels, for example, are quite ductile and hence can accommodate local stress concentrations. Brittle materials, such as glass, cannot accommodate concentrations of stress because they lack ductility, and therefore fracture easily. When a material specimen is stressed, it deforms elastically (see elasticity) at first; above a certain deformation, called the elastic limit, deformation becomes permanent
ductility
The ability of a material to deform plastically without fracturing, being measured by elongation or reduction of area in a tensile test or by other means
ductility
The ability of a substance to be drawn out or stretched thin While ductility is considered and important characteristic of asphalt cements in many applications, the presence or absence of ductility is usually considered more significant than the actual degree of ductility
ductility
The ability to permit change of shape without fracture In flat rolled steel, ductility is usually measured by hardness or mechanical properties in a tensile test
ductility
Refers to a buildings ability to dissipate energy and deform without having brittle or sudden failure
ductility
The property of elongation, above the elastic limit, but under the tensile strength A measure of ductility is the percentage of elongation of the fractured piece over its original length
ductility
The capacity of a metal to be hammered into a thin sheet or drawn into a fine wire without breaking
ductility
The ability of a material to be stretched into a new shape without it breaking
ductility
The property of a metal that enables it to be drawn through a die to form a wire
ductility
Ability of a material to be bent or otherwise formed without fracture
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