Determination of critical brittleness temperatures in crack resistance testing

  • G. P. Karzov
  • V. I. Smirnov
  • B. T. Timofeev
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Brittleness Resistance Testing Crack Resistance Brittleness Temperature Critical Brittleness Temperature 

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  • G. P. Karzov
  • V. I. Smirnov
  • B. T. Timofeev

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