As the test temperature has a marked influence on the material impact toughness--the material ductility increases with an increase of the temperature--an interaction between striker mass and test temperature (interaction [AC]) was considered and analyzed.
What does TT stand for?
TT stands for Test Temperature
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- Temperament Tested
- Temperature Transducer
- Temperature Transmitter
- Temple Terrace (Florida city)
- Temporary Total Disability (Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation)
- Tenure Track (academics)
- Terminal Transfer
- Terrestrial Time
Samples in periodicals archive:
During DHC testing actual test temperature and pre-set temperature (temperature programme) readings are recorded to computer data file (logging period 1 sec.
Increase in test temperature leads to a large increase in permeation coefficient.
Two medical stations have been set up to test temperatures at the university's Isa Town and Sakhir campuses.
The gauge facilitates faster throughput via a forced air cooling system that allows the instrument to cool from test temperature to idle temperature 25 percent faster than previous models.
The test temperature in the oven was maintained automatically with the accuracy of [+ or -] 2[degrees]C.
The MAX 4000 facilitates faster throughput via a forced air cooling system that allows the instrument to cool from test temperature to idle temperature, 25% faster than previous models.