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Numerical crack nucleation and propagation analyses of bonded joints

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Numerical crack nucleation and propagation analyses of bonded joints. / Jokinen, Jarno.

Helsinki : Aalto University; Aalto-yliopisto, 2019. (Aalto University publication series DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 212/2019).

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Jokinen, J 2019, Numerical crack nucleation and propagation analyses of bonded joints. Aalto University publication series DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 212/2019, Aalto University; Aalto-yliopisto, Helsinki.

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Jokinen, J. (2019). Numerical crack nucleation and propagation analyses of bonded joints. (Aalto University publication series DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 212/2019). Helsinki: Aalto University; Aalto-yliopisto.

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Jokinen J. Numerical crack nucleation and propagation analyses of bonded joints. Helsinki: Aalto University; Aalto-yliopisto, 2019. (Aalto University publication series DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 212/2019).

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Jokinen, Jarno. / Numerical crack nucleation and propagation analyses of bonded joints. Helsinki : Aalto University; Aalto-yliopisto, 2019. (Aalto University publication series DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 212/2019).

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