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Plasticity ! How to Measure ?!

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Is there any scientific way of measure the plasticity and tell it in numbers ? I know the easy way by rolling out a coil and wrap around the fingers to check the plasticity in no time but I wanted to know is there any way that I can measure it and keep noted so that it can be a reference is future ...

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This says it best in scientific terms:  https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0169131710003601

From the abstract “Despite the advance in the theory of the plasticity and the methods of measurement, a common procedure for all types of materials does not exist. The most important methods are those that simulate the conditions of real processing.”

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