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application of finite element analysis to the study of two-dimensional cracked bodies

S. E. Siday

application of finite element analysis to the study of two-dimensional cracked bodies

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Published by Metallurgy Department, Corporate Laboratories, British Steel Corporation in London .
Written in English


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StatementS.E. Siday,R. Roddis and I. Gray.
ContributionsRoddis, R., Gray, I., British Steel Corporation. Metallurgy Department.
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Open LibraryOL13923346M

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