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Synonyms for bendability

the property of being easily bent without breaking

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The Bendability test was done by conical mandrel bend test apparatus as per ASTM D522 standards.
From construction aspects two characteristics of rebars " bendability and weldability " are important.
They vary in weight, gap, sharpness, and bendability.
Abstract: Electronics on very thin substrates have shown remarkable bendability, conformability and lightness, which are important attributes for biological tissues sensing, wearable or implantable devices.
Mr Anup Garg, Director, Knightsbridge Resources Limited, UK explained "the carbon level as well as Sulfur & Phosphorus level of the product is maintained at much lower level than the prescribed quality standard specifications and therefore the product features excellent ductility, high bendability, better corrosion resistant, superior weldability and longevity.
Such solvents might allow a material to retain its bendability for months or years.
Hardox 450 is an all-round wear-resistant plate with high toughness, plus good bendability and weldability, SSAB adds.
With the CE Certificate, Gulf Extrusions products are proven to conform to European Standards in achieving the minimum values for tensile strength, yield strength, elongation, fatigue strength and bendability.
Thus, not only adequate strength but also strength uniformity among rebars is important apart from bendability and weldability.
Influence of Rib Dimension of Reinforcing Bars on Bond and Bendability, ACI Journal 76(1): 111-125.
Made of stainless steel cable (but with tips that stay cool to the touch), Fire Wire holds more than twice as much food as a regular skewer and, because of its bendability, can be snaked over even the smallest of grill surfaces.
The rigid base was manufactured in Glass filled Nylon and then the hinge part, between the top and bottom part of the SAC, needed to be manufactured in Nylon to ensure bendability.
83) The dissent also argued that the admission by Kytec stating that it "knew the product would be dangerous if the ring was bent" coupled with the complete lack of testing the ring's bendability constituted sufficient evidence to send the claims to the jury.
Casuistry and rhetoric both are terms long maligned for their unpredictability and ethical bendability.