Residual stresses in drawn tubes for tubular parts of medical instruments
Communication II. Analysis of axial elastoplastic tension and expansion of tubes with residual stresses in them
Research, Design, and Technology
KeywordsResidual Stress Medical Instrument Tubular Part
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