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Ductility: the ability of a material to deform plastically without fracturing. Ductility is measured by the elongation or reduction of area tests. 38 DUMMY HAMMER DUST CORED COILS Dummy hammer: mechanically operated hammer used for preforming stock prior to final forging operation. Dump box: the container for the sand that is to be dumped on the pattern. Dumping: method of producing shell moulds whereby the heated pattern is placed over a sand container and the whole is then inverted for a sufficient length of time for the sand to cure to the required shell thickness.
Deformation ratio: ratio of a dimension after deformation to the original value. Degradated failure: a classification of failure in an electronics device which covers both suddenness and degree; a degradation failure is both gradual and partial. DAIP: diallyl isophthalate (qv). Damped oscillation: a oscillatory function of successively decreasing cycle amplitude. Damping: (mech) reduction of vibrational amplitude through conversion of vibrational energy into heat, eg in a flexible mounting or hydraulic damper.
Dumping: method of producing shell moulds whereby the heated pattern is placed over a sand container and the whole is then inverted for a sufficient length of time for the sand to cure to the required shell thickness. Duplet: a pair of electrons shared between two atoms and constituting a bond. the Duplex radio transmission: simultaneous transmission of two intelligence-bearing radio waves on one carrier wave. Durability rating: (gears) see tooth surface fatigue. Duro: a scale used to indicate hardness; term taken from name of instrument (Durometer); scale approximates to IRHD (international rubber hardness degrees) sufficiently to be acceptable for general purposes.
Glossary of Contemporary Engineering by J.D. Beadle