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Hardening

1. The process by which a sudden change to the price of a commodity or futures contract slow and gradually corrects itself, bringing the price into alignment with fundamentals. See also: Reversion to the Mean.

2. A slow but steady rise in price for a futures market or contract.
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The difference lies in the attempt to use equations developed for materials that have a proportional limit on materials that do not have a true proportional limit and not considering the properties of copper strain hardening.
Among the PP1272 films the PP1272 MDO sample for DR = 1 (MDO = 1) shows a strain hardening.
Longitudinal specimens had insignificant strain hardening and relative elongation within 3.
The ability to achieve high blow-up ratios is directly linked to chain branching but also to the balance between the resin's viscosity and strain hardening, which creates optimum conditions for this process.
The aim is to apply the self-simi larity method to the specified Rockwell indenter geometry and offer an efficient solution for describing strain hardening and strain rate-dependent materials.
0] is the reference strain rate; n is the strain hardening exponent; m is the parameter which evaluates thermal softening effect, [theta] is temperature, [[theta].
This basically means that the resistance to craze initiation and failure in such a slow crack growth mechanism is primarily determined by the intrinsic strain hardening response of fibrils [7].
It is evident that relatively low levels of comonomer can significantly alter the strain hardening characteristics of the resultant material.
5) and hot deep galvanized steel sheet DX54D the FLC is situated the higher, the higher values of elongation and strain hardening exponent are.
Warm forming passes with partial strain hardening of metal above recovery temperature and below temperature of recrystallization (Forejt & Piska, 2006).
Further demonstrating its commitment to sustainable technologies, the company has also unveiled its revolutionary new strain hardening method, a fast, cost-efficient and highly accurate method for evaluating the slow crack growth resistance behaviour of HDPE.
The company also presented its revolutionary new Strain Hardening method, a fast, cost-efficient and highly accurate way of evaluating the slow crack growth resistance behaviour of HDPE.