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The Effects Of Decreases In Stress On The Creep Behavior Of Polycrystalline Aluminum In The Dislocation Climb Region

Report Number: WADD TR 60-326
Author: L. Raymond; W. Ludemann; N. Jaffe; J. E. Dorn
Corporate Author: University Of California
Laboratory: Materials Central
Date of Publication: 1960-08
Pages: 17
Contract: AF 33(616)-3860
Project: 7021
Task: 73653
AD Number: AD0245309

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