temper brittleness


temper brittleness
the loss in impact resistance that is present in some low and medium carbon alloy steels when tempered in the range of 350 deg C - 600 deg C. It is revealed by the notched bar impact test but not the tensile test.

Mechanics glossary. 2013.

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