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Compression of sole leather
Journal of research of the National Bureau of Standards
Specimens of sole leather were subjected to indentation tests and compressive tests. Comparisons between compression data and the indentation numbers of the original dry leather show that compression may be used as a measure of indentation. Compression of dry leather gives results showing better correlation between the methods and eliminates distortions occurring when moist leather is compressed. Compression data show satisfactory reproducibility. Compression for a three-minute period isdoi:10.6028/jres.035.011 fatcat:yaqcmpmk4rgy7ohd63j6uncgwm