temperature of deflection under load

temperature of deflection under load
The ability of a test specimen to preserve its shape up to a given temperature under a given dead load; characterized by the temperature at which the specimen supported at both ends and heated continually and uniformly in a liquid heat-transfer medium is deformed by a given amount when the load is applied midway between the supports

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