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Laminations and Chaos

  • Frank HändleEmail author
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Abstract

The term lamination referring to extrusion is defined. The formation of laminations is explained, and the different types of laminations are described. On this basis, suggestions how to avoid laminations are proposed.

Keywords

Laminations Causes and formation of laminations Extrusion laminations Types of laminations 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.frank händle transferMühlackerGermany

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