Reverse impact test

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An impact test in which the measurement of damage is obtained from the side opposite of the impact. For the reverse impact test, a sheet of material is held in an open frame then struck by a pendulum or falling object. The sheet is then turned over and the impact site on the reverse side is examined for deformation.

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