Nanoindentation and EDS scanning of brass and aluminium balls
datasetposted on 21.04.2018 by Adam van Casteren, Peter Lucas, David Strait, Shaji Michael, Nick Bierwisch, Norbert Schwarzer, Khaled Al-Fadhalah, Abdulwahab Almusallam, Lidia Arockia Thai, Sreeja Saji, Ali Shekeban, Michael Swain
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Nanoindentation results for brass and aluminium balls with data for fused quartz used in Berkovich tip calibration to find its effective radius of curvature. The first 10 files for aluminium have been processed in terms of initial contact of the blunt tip. Also, there are energy-dispersive spectroscopic (EDS) scans of the exterior of an aluminium ball to establish the nature of its external rough coating.