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Cyclic-corrosion crack resistance: Rules of the formation of thresholds and life capabilities of various structural alloys

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Translated from Fiziko-Khimicheskaya Mekhanika Materialov, Vol. 21, No. 3, pp. 7–20, May–June, 1985.

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Romaniv, O.N., Nikiforchin, G.N. & Vol'demarov, A.V. Cyclic-corrosion crack resistance: Rules of the formation of thresholds and life capabilities of various structural alloys. Mater Sci 21, 195–207 (1985). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00730596

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  • Crack Resistance
  • Structural Alloy
  • Life Capability