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The effect of strain rate and temperature on the mechanical properties of Zr-1%Nb alloy

  • L. P. Loshmanov
  • V. D. Rudnev
  • O. A. Nechaeva
  • N. B. Sokolov
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Mechanical Property 

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  • L. P. Loshmanov
  • V. D. Rudnev
  • O. A. Nechaeva
  • N. B. Sokolov

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