Soviet Applied Mechanics

, Volume 13, Issue 11, pp 1174–1176 | Cite as

Development of inhomogeneous elastic strain in grains of polycrystalline iron silicate

  • G. P. Zaitsev
  • L. V. Kuksa
  • V. I. Él'manovich
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Keywords

Iron Silicate Elastic Strain Iron Silicate Polycrystalline Iron 

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1978

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  • G. P. Zaitsev
  • L. V. Kuksa
  • V. I. Él'manovich

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