Paper Title:
Material Removal Mechanisms in Grinding Aeronautical Alloys, Part 1: Experiments and Results
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Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 259-260)
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Xipeng Xu
Pages
318-323
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10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.259-260.318
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Y. Q. Yu, "Material Removal Mechanisms in Grinding Aeronautical Alloys, Part 1: Experiments and Results ", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 259-260, pp. 318-323, 2004
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March 2004
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