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Effect of specific operating conditions on the properties of LPPS plasma jets expanding at low pressure

@inproceedings{Gindrat2002EffectOS,
  title={Effect of specific operating conditions on the properties of LPPS plasma jets expanding at low pressure},
  author={M. Gindrat and J. Dorier and C. Hollenstein and A. Loch and A. Refke and A. Salito and G. Barbezat},
  year={2002}
}
Note: Proc. Int. Thermal Spray Conference 2002, Essen Germany, 4-6 March 2002, published in ITSC 2002 proceedings, Ed. E. Lugscheider, Pub. DVS, Dusseldorf, Germany 2002, p. 459 Reference CRPP-CONF-2002-049 Record created on 2008-05-13, modified on 2017-05-12 
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