What can you say about Brinell Hardness Machining Test?
Brinell Hardness Testing is a nondestructive testing method that determines the hardness of a metal by measuring the size of an indentation left by an indenter.
At a defined ball diameter and test force, larger indents left in the surface by the Brinell Hardness Testing Machine indicate a softer material.
The indenter on a Brinell Hardness Testing machine is spherical and leaves a rounded indent on the tested material. The indenter is usually made of tungsten carbide.