The microstructural effects on the mechanical response of polycrystals: A comparative experimental-numerical study on conventionally and additively manufactured metallic materials

@article{Motaman2021TheME,
  title={The microstructural effects on the mechanical response of polycrystals: A comparative experimental-numerical study on conventionally and additively manufactured metallic materials},
  author={S. Amir H. Motaman and Christian Haase},
  journal={International Journal of Plasticity},
  year={2021},
  volume={140},
  pages={102941}
}
  • S. Motaman, C. Haase
  • Published 28 January 2021
  • Materials Science
  • International Journal of Plasticity

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