Brinell / vickers / Rockwell

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Brinell / vickers / Rockwell

Postby Deanchoda » Tue Apr 10, 2012 5:20 pm

Hello, It would be fantastic if you could add a conversion from Brinell hardness to vickers to rockwell hardness.

I am a subsea design engineer working in the oil industry and use this site quite regulalry for quick answers. I know plenty of other engineers that use this facility too! this little addition would help me considerably and im sure it would help others.

there is a website called the engineershandbook dot com / tables / hardness dot htm

Kind regards
Dean
Deanchoda
 

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