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Quasi-adiabatic effects during the high strain rate deformation of dispersed-phase ferrous alloys with strain-induced martensitic transformation.

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Samek, Ludovic, Emmanuel De Moor, Joost Van Slycken, Patricia Verleysen, and Joris Degrieck. 2004. “Quasi-adiabatic Effects During the High Strain Rate Deformation of Dispersed-phase Ferrous Alloys with Strain-induced Martensitic Transformation.” In Proceedings of the International Conference on Advanced High Strength Sheet Steels for Automotive Applications, 1:361–367.
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Samek, L., De Moor, E., Van Slycken, J., Verleysen, P., & Degrieck, J. (2004). Quasi-adiabatic effects during the high strain rate deformation of dispersed-phase ferrous alloys with strain-induced martensitic transformation. Proceedings of the International Conference on Advanced High Strength Sheet Steels for Automotive Applications (Vol. 1, pp. 361–367).
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Samek L, De Moor E, Van Slycken J, Verleysen P, Degrieck J. Quasi-adiabatic effects during the high strain rate deformation of dispersed-phase ferrous alloys with strain-induced martensitic transformation. Proceedings of the International Conference on Advanced High Strength Sheet Steels for Automotive Applications. 2004. p. 361–7.
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Samek, Ludovic, Emmanuel De Moor, Joost Van Slycken, et al. “Quasi-adiabatic Effects During the High Strain Rate Deformation of Dispersed-phase Ferrous Alloys with Strain-induced Martensitic Transformation.” Proceedings of the International Conference on Advanced High Strength Sheet Steels for Automotive Applications. Vol. 1. 2004. 361–367. Print.
@inproceedings{366965,
  author       = {Samek, Ludovic and De Moor, Emmanuel and Van Slycken, Joost and Verleysen, Patricia and Degrieck, Joris},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of the International Conference on Advanced High Strength Sheet Steels for Automotive Applications},
  pages        = {361--367},
  title        = {Quasi-adiabatic effects during the high strain rate deformation of dispersed-phase ferrous alloys with strain-induced martensitic transformation.},
  volume       = {1},
  year         = {2004},
}