Ductility

Ductility,

Definition of Ductility:

  1. Ability of a material (such as a metal or asphalt cement) to undergo permanent deformation through elongation (reduction in cross-sectional area) or bending at room temperature without fracturing. Opposite of brittleness.

How to use Ductility in a sentence?

  1. Some materials have much better ductility than others and should be chosen for specific jobs instead of other lesser materials.
  2. The ductility of our material was unparalleled in the market today. Our fabric can flex and bend like no other material.
  3. The material appeared to have a lot of ductility , which we always tested before using it for something new and interesting.

Meaning of Ductility & Ductility Definition