Driving Forces on Dislocations - An Analytical and Finite Element Study

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Driving Forces on Dislocations - An Analytical and Finite Element Study. / Kolednik, Otmar; Ochensberger, Walter; Predan, Jozef; Fischer, Franz-Dieter.

in: International journal of solids and structures, Jahrgang 190.2020, Nr. May, 09.11.2019, S. 181-198.

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Kolednik, Otmar ; Ochensberger, Walter ; Predan, Jozef ; Fischer, Franz-Dieter. / Driving Forces on Dislocations - An Analytical and Finite Element Study. in: International journal of solids and structures. 2019 ; Jahrgang 190.2020, Nr. May. S. 181-198.

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