Finite Element Torsional Buckling Analysis and Prediction for Plain Shafts

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Materials Science Forum (Volumes 440-441)

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W. S. Robotham et al., "Finite Element Torsional Buckling Analysis and Prediction for Plain Shafts", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 440-441, pp. 455-464, 2003

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