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The Effects of Slip Character and Crack Closure on the Growth of Small Fatigue Cracks in Titanium-aluminum Alloys

Report Number: WRDC-TR-89-4094
Author: Larsen, James M.
Corporate Author: Carnegie Mellon University
Laboratory: Materials Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1990-02
Pages: 261
Contract: Dissertation - No Contract Number
Project: 2302
Task: P1
AD Number: ADA220714

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