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Analysis of Nanoindentation Test Data
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analysis angle applied area function area of contact Berkovich indenter calculated calibration circle of contact compliance cone conical indenter constant contact area contact radius Courtesy CSIRO cracks creep denter depth h depth of penetration determined dP/dh elastic modulus elastic recovery elastic unloading elastic-plastic experimental fracture toughness friction full load fused silica geometry given hardness value Hertz indentation depth indentation hardness indentation test indenter load Knoop indenter load and depth load-displacement curve maximum load mean contact pressure mechanical properties modulus and hardness nanoindentation instrument nanoindentation test nanometre noise floor parameter penetration depth Pharr plastic deformation plastic depth plastic zone Proc pyramidal indenters range ratio residual impression residual stresses scratch test shear stress shown in Fig slope solid specimen free surface specimen material specimen surface spherical indenter strain-hardening substrate technique temperature test force thermal drift thin films unloading curve Vickers indenter viscoelastic W.C. Oliver