Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 18, Issue 8, pp 676–681 | Cite as

Structural aspects of fracture toughness of structural steels

  • O. N. Romaniv
  • A. N. Tkach
  • Yu. V. Zima
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Fracture Toughness Structural Steel Structural Aspect 
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  • O. N. Romaniv
  • A. N. Tkach
  • Yu. V. Zima

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