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Length-Scale Effects in Nano- and Micro-Mechanics of Solids

Periodical Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 183 - 187)
Main Theme Fracture and Strength of Solids IV
Edited by W. Hwang and K.S. Han
Pages 1-8
DOI 10.4028/
Citation Kyung Suk Kim et al., 2000, Key Engineering Materials, 183-187, 1
Authors Kyung Suk Kim, Juan A. Hurtado
Keywords Micro-Mechanics, Nanomechanics, Scale Effect, Single-Asperity-Contact Friction, Surface-Roughness Evolution
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