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L-20. P. Larour, “Strain rate sensitivity of automotive sheet steels: influence of plastic strain, strain rate, temperature, microstructure, bake hardening and pre-strain,” Doctoral Dissertation, 2010, IEHK RWTH Aachen University, ISBN 978-3-8322-9149-5.

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