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Wear Properties of Thermally Sprayed Tungsten-Carbide Coatings in Paper Machine Environments. / Kiilakoski, J.; Eronen, V.; Vuoristo, P.

In: Tribologia - Finnish Journal of Tribology, Vol. 33, No. 2, 21.09.2015, p. 29.

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Kiilakoski, J, Eronen, V & Vuoristo, P 2015, 'Wear Properties of Thermally Sprayed Tungsten-Carbide Coatings in Paper Machine Environments', Tribologia - Finnish Journal of Tribology, vol. 33, no. 2, pp. 29.

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Kiilakoski J, Eronen V, Vuoristo P. Wear Properties of Thermally Sprayed Tungsten-Carbide Coatings in Paper Machine Environments. Tribologia - Finnish Journal of Tribology. 2015 Sep 21;33(2):29.

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Kiilakoski, J. ; Eronen, V. ; Vuoristo, P. / Wear Properties of Thermally Sprayed Tungsten-Carbide Coatings in Paper Machine Environments. In: Tribologia - Finnish Journal of Tribology. 2015 ; Vol. 33, No. 2. pp. 29.

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