Materials Science

, Volume 35, Issue 5, pp 730–732 | Cite as

Residual stresses after spark hard facing of tool steels

  • O. V. Paustovs'kyi
  • M. P. Berezhnyts'ka
  • S. M. Kyrylenko
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Residual Stress Structural Material Tool Steel 

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  • O. V. Paustovs'kyi
  • M. P. Berezhnyts'ka
  • S. M. Kyrylenko

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