Meyer's law

Meyer's law
закон Мейера (эмпирическая зависимость между нагрузкой и диаметром отпечатка при определении твёрдости)

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  • Meyer's law — is an empirical relation between the size of a hardness test indentation and the load required to leave the indentation.[1] Contents 1 Equation 2 See also 3 References …   Wikipedia

  • Meyer's law — the internal structure of fully developed normal bone represents the lines of greatest pressure or traction and affords the greatest possible resistance with the least possible amount of material …   Medical dictionary

  • Weigert-Meyer rule (law) — Wei·gert Mey·er rule (law) (viґgert miґer) [C. Weigert; R. Meyer, American physician, mid 20th century] see under rule …   Medical dictionary

  • Meyer hardness test — This graph shows the differences between the Brinell hardness test and the Meyer hardness test. Notice that the Brinell test can report the same hardness value for a given specimen twice depending on the load. The Meyer hardness test is a rarely… …   Wikipedia

  • Meyer v. Nebraska — Supreme Court of the United States Argued February 23, 1923 Decided June 4, 1923 …   Wikipedia

  • Meyer London — Meyer London, 1919 Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New York s 12th district In office March 4, 1915 – March 3, 1919 …   Wikipedia

  • Meyer Lansky — in 1958 Born Meyer Suchowljansky July 4, 1902(1902 07 04) Grodno, Russian Empire …   Wikipedia

  • Meyer v. Grant — Supreme Court of the United States Argued April 25, 1988 Decided June 6, 1988 …   Wikipedia

  • Meyer Morton — Morton from the 1912 Michiganensian Born Myer Isakovitz November 20, 1889 Chicago, Illinois Died February 8, 1948 Chica …   Wikipedia

  • Meyer Cardin — Meyer Melvin Cardin (14 July 1907 12 July 2005[1]) was an American jurist who served as an associate judge on the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City. He served one term in the Maryland state legislature and was a member of a prominent political… …   Wikipedia

  • Meyer Levin — (October 7, 1905 in Chicago, Illinois – July 9, 1981 in Israel) was a Jewish American novelist, known for works on the Leopold and Loeb case and the Anne Frank case. Contents 1 Leopold and Loeb case 2 Anne Frank case 3 Bibliography …   Wikipedia

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