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Just as a person’s fingerprint can be observed and studied, so can a material be observed and studied to understand its composition and history. An amazing array of features distinguish one material from another, not to mention one metal from another, one type of ceramic from another, one type of plastic from another, and so on.
Other characteristics, including those at the surface and at the microscopic level, provide clues necessary for the analysis of materials characterization and failures involving materials. Testing confirms what we know, or what we need to know, about a material or a component.
The operator of the boat stated that he felt a jolt at the time the part fractured and that he believed that the damage was the result of striking a submerged object.Read the Case Study
Contamination at a winery resulted from a problem with a sterilization filter that was a component of a portable bottling system.Read the Case Study
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