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Linking plastic deformation to recrystallization in metals using digital microstructures

Bibliographic reference Loge, R. ; Bernacki, M. ; Resk, Heba ; Delannay, Laurent ; Digonnet, H. ; et. al. Linking plastic deformation to recrystallization in metals using digital microstructures. In: Philosophical Magazine (London, 2003), Vol. 88, no. 30-32, p. 3691-3712 (2008)
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