Effect of open circular holes on tensile strength and elongation of sheet specimens of a magnesium alloy

R. S. Barker
naca-tn-2716
Jun 1952


The effect of open circular holes on the tensile strength and elongation of sheet specimens of magnesium alloy AM-C52S in both the annealed and the hard-rolled condition was investigated. Tests were made to study the effect of variable ratio of hole diameter to total specimen width and also the effect of spacing and arrangement of the holes.

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