Fatigue Failure Analysis of Enhanced 35N LT®.
Stress induced martensite transformation in Co-28Cr-6Mo alloy during room temperature deformation.
Effect of cold work and aging on a Cobalt-Nickel based Alloys.
Cyclic Potentiodynamic Survey of Medical Materials
A probabilistic approach to modeling microstructural fatigue
A Hierarchical Initiation Mechanism Approach to modeling fatigue behavior
General Characteristics of DFT® Composite Wire
Optimization of Melt Chemistry and Properties of Drawn Filled Tube
Optimization of Melt Chemistry and Properties of 35Cobalt-35Nickel
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