Impact test determines the amount of energy absorbed by a material during fracture
Absorbed Energy in Impact test is measure of
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Impact test is to determine whether the material is brittle or ductile in nature.
Main forms of impact tests are The Izod and the Charpy test.
In charpy test, The amount of energy absorbed in fracturing the test piece is measured and this gives an indication of the notch toughness of the test material.
Creep test is used to determine the amount of deformation a material experiences over time while under a continuous tensile or compressive load at a constant temperature.
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Creep test is Non-Destructive test
A creep test, sometimes referred to as a stress-relaxation test
Creep test has long been used to evaluate suitability of plastic materials for load-carrying products such as pressurized pipes
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Which of the following is the Type of Creep test