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Scaling effects in carbon/epoxy laminates under transverse quasi-staic loading
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|Other titles||Scaling effects in carbon epoxy laminates under transverse quasi-static loading.|
|Statement||Alan T. Nettles, Michael J. Douglas, Eric E. Estes.|
|Series||[NASA technical memorandum] -- NASA/TM-1999-209103., NASA technical memorandum -- 209103.|
|Contributions||Douglas, Michael J., Estes, Eric E., Langley Research Center.|
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