Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 18, Issue 8, pp 670–676 | Cite as

Criteria for determining the structural strength and reliability of high-strength steels

  • Ya. M. Potak
  • N. M. Voznesenskaya
  • N. G. Pokrovskaya
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Structural Strength 
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  • Ya. M. Potak
  • N. M. Voznesenskaya
  • N. G. Pokrovskaya

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