Establishing a multi-laboratory test plan for environmentally assisted fatigue

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Establishing a multi-laboratory test plan for environmentally assisted fatigue. / Bruchhausen, Matthias; Mottershead, Kevin; Hurley, Caitlin; Métais, Thomas; Cicero, Roman; Vankeerberghen, Marc; Le Roux, Jean-Christophe.

American Society for Testing and Materials Selected Technical Papers: Fatigue and Fracture Test Planning, Test Data Acquisitions and Analysis. Vol. 1598 TP1598-EB. ed. 2016. p. 1-24 STP159820160047 (Journal of ASTM International).

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Bruchhausen, M, Mottershead, K, Hurley, C, Métais, T, Cicero, R, Vankeerberghen, M & Le Roux, J-C 2016, Establishing a multi-laboratory test plan for environmentally assisted fatigue. in American Society for Testing and Materials Selected Technical Papers: Fatigue and Fracture Test Planning, Test Data Acquisitions and Analysis. TP1598-EB edn, vol. 1598, STP159820160047, Journal of ASTM International, pp. 1-24, 2016 - Symposium on Fatigue and Fracture Test Planning, Test Data Acquisitions and Analysis, San Antonio, United States, 2016-05-04. https://doi.org/10.1520/STP159820160047

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Bruchhausen, M., Mottershead, K., Hurley, C., Métais, T., Cicero, R., Vankeerberghen, M., & Le Roux, J-C. (2016). Establishing a multi-laboratory test plan for environmentally assisted fatigue. In American Society for Testing and Materials Selected Technical Papers: Fatigue and Fracture Test Planning, Test Data Acquisitions and Analysis (TP1598-EB ed., Vol. 1598, pp. 1-24). [STP159820160047] (Journal of ASTM International). https://doi.org/10.1520/STP159820160047

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Bruchhausen M, Mottershead K, Hurley C, Métais T, Cicero R, Vankeerberghen M et al. Establishing a multi-laboratory test plan for environmentally assisted fatigue. In American Society for Testing and Materials Selected Technical Papers: Fatigue and Fracture Test Planning, Test Data Acquisitions and Analysis. TP1598-EB ed. Vol. 1598. 2016. p. 1-24. STP159820160047. (Journal of ASTM International). https://doi.org/10.1520/STP159820160047

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Bruchhausen, Matthias ; Mottershead, Kevin ; Hurley, Caitlin ; Métais, Thomas ; Cicero, Roman ; Vankeerberghen, Marc ; Le Roux, Jean-Christophe. / Establishing a multi-laboratory test plan for environmentally assisted fatigue. American Society for Testing and Materials Selected Technical Papers: Fatigue and Fracture Test Planning, Test Data Acquisitions and Analysis. Vol. 1598 TP1598-EB. ed. 2016. pp. 1-24 (Journal of ASTM International).

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