Citation:

A-76.  E. Atzema, M. Borsutzki, M. Braun, S. Brockmann, M. Bulter, B. Carlsson, P. Larour, and A. Richter, “A European Round Robin Test for the Hole Expansion Test According to ISO 16630“, Proc. International Conference: New Developments in Sheet Metal Forming, Fellbach, Germany, p. 171-184, 2012.

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