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Failure of cast iron in thermocyclic loading and in molten glass mass

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Translated from Fiziko-Khimicheskaya Meckhanika Materialov, No. 6, pp. 100–102, November–December, 1989.

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Volchok, I.P., Kolotilkin, O.B. Failure of cast iron in thermocyclic loading and in molten glass mass. Mater Sci 25, 643–645 (1990).

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  • Iron
  • Cast Iron
  • Glass Mass
  • Thermocyclic Loading