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Variations in Tribology Factors of SM45C by UNSM Modification
Hyun-Bo Shim, Chang-Min Suh, Min-Soo Suh, Auezhan Amanov, Young-Sik Pyun
J. Ocean Eng. Technol.. 2018;32(6):492-501.   Published online December 27, 2018
DOI: https://doi.org/10.26748/KSOE.2018.32.6.492

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