Numerical and Experimental Analyses of Residual Stresses in

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Numerical and Experimental Analyses of Residual Stresses in. / Hansen, Jan Langkjær; Hattel, Jesper; Lorentzen, Torben.

Mathematical Modelling of Weldability. Cambridge, UK : IOM Communications, 1999.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 1999Researchpeer-review

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Hansen, JL, Hattel, J & Lorentzen, T 1999, Numerical and Experimental Analyses of Residual Stresses in. in Mathematical Modelling of Weldability. IOM Communications, Cambridge, UK, 5th International Seminar on Numerical Analysis of Weldability, Graz - Seggau, Austria, 01/01/1999.

APA

Hansen, J. L., Hattel, J., & Lorentzen, T. (1999). Numerical and Experimental Analyses of Residual Stresses in. In Mathematical Modelling of Weldability Cambridge, UK: IOM Communications.

CBE

Hansen JL, Hattel J, Lorentzen T. 1999. Numerical and Experimental Analyses of Residual Stresses in. In Mathematical Modelling of Weldability. Cambridge, UK: IOM Communications.

MLA

Hansen, Jan Langkjær, Jesper Hattel and Torben Lorentzen "Numerical and Experimental Analyses of Residual Stresses in". Mathematical Modelling of Weldability. Cambridge, UK: IOM Communications. 1999.

Vancouver

Hansen JL, Hattel J, Lorentzen T. Numerical and Experimental Analyses of Residual Stresses in. In Mathematical Modelling of Weldability. Cambridge, UK: IOM Communications. 1999

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Hansen, Jan Langkjær ; Hattel, Jesper ; Lorentzen, Torben. / Numerical and Experimental Analyses of Residual Stresses in. Mathematical Modelling of Weldability. Cambridge, UK : IOM Communications, 1999.

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