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Microhardness anisotrophy and the indentation size effect (ISE) of ten cubic single crystals on their (100) planes
AdvisorBradt, Richard C.
Mining and Metallurgical Engineering
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Knoop microhardness profiles were determined on the planes of ten different cubic single crystals. A model is proposed to explain microhardness anisotropy profiles and load effects.
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