The compact tension (CT) specimen is widely used in determining the fracture toughness of bone and other biomaterials.
What does CT stand for?
CT stands for Compact Tension (metallurgy)
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- Commission de la Transparence (French healthcare quality-assessment agency)
- Commissioning Team
- Common Terms
- Common Tier
- Communication Trench
- Communications Technician (AWACS communications position)
- Communications Technology
- Communications Terminal
- Communist Terrorists (British Malayan Conflict)
- Community Title (Australia)
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5 mm for tensile test specimens or 12 mm for compact tension (CT) specimens.
One of DFE's more recent electronics advances is the new WebHandler compact tension controller.
IC], were determined using a compact tension (CT) sample according to a modified ASTM E399-83 procedure for one-crack propagation (7).
Compact tension specimens and dynamic mechanical 3-point bend specimens were machined from the rectangular castings.