Low-strain fatigue in 316L steel surface grains: a three dimension discrete dislocation dynamics modelling of the early cycles. Part 2: Persistent slip markings and micro-crack nucleation [Book Review]

Philosophical Magazine 86 (1):79-97 (2006)

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