Detection of Low Cycle Fatigue in Type 316 Stainless Steel Using HTS-SQUID


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D.G. Park et al., "Detection of Low Cycle Fatigue in Type 316 Stainless Steel Using HTS-SQUID", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 270-273, pp. 1224-1228, 2004

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