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Ishchenko, D.A., Savchenko, V.G. Influence of taking account of secondary plastic deformations on the solution of the axisymmetric thermoplasticity problem. Soviet Applied Mechanics 24, 229–233 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00883837
- Plastic Deformation
- Secondary Plastic
- Thermoplasticity Problem
- Secondary Plastic Deformation