ductility definition

  • noun:
    • Ability of a material become slow longitudinally to a decreased area without fracture underneath the activity of a tensile power.
    • the home of a metal that allows it to be drawn into cables or filaments.
    • Tractableness; pliableness.
    • That residential property of solid systems, especially metals, which renders them capable of being extended by attracting, with correlative diminution of their thickness or diameter, without the actual break or split of parts.
    • Flexibility; adjustability; ready compliance.
    • the malleability of a thing that can be attracted into threads or cables or hammered into slim sheets
    • Ability of a material become drawn-out longitudinally to a decreased area without break underneath the action of a tensile force.
    • the house of a metal enabling it to be attracted into cables or filaments.
    • Tractableness; pliableness.
    • That residential property of solid systems, particularly metals, which renders them effective at becoming extended by attracting, with correlative diminution of these depth or diameter, without having any actual break or split of parts.
    • Flexibility; adjustability; prepared conformity.
    • the malleability of something that may be attracted into threads or cables or hammered into slim sheets

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