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IZOD IMPACT TEST
For a part to resist a particular blow without failure two conditions must be met:
1. The part must absorb the total Kinetic energy of the blow, that is, the striker must be brought to zero velocity and then rebound.
2. The stresses developed within the part must not exceed the fracture strength of the material.