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The role of oxidation and counterface in the high temperature tribological properties of TiAl intermetallics

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Specialized Injection Molding Techniques, 1st Edition.

Here, Instron discuss their newly developed Advanced Video Extensometer (AVE 2) that will help mechanical testing in both R&D and QC testing labs.

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A reference system is proposed describing the key attributes of a product from a manufacturability stand-point.

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