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Local impact strength of various boat-building materials.
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Local impact strength of various boat-building materials. EspooTechnical Research Centre of Finland, VTT Publications 28 p.+ app. 6 p. UDC Keywords boats, shipbuilding, materials testing, wood laminates, aluminium, thermoplastics Abstract An impact test series is performed using an instrumented impact test method.
Local impact strength of various boat-building materials - VTT 3. Hildebrand, Martin. Local impact strength of various boat-building materials. Espoo. Technical Research Centre of Finland, VTT Publications 28 p.
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