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L-23. T.M. Link and G.F. Chen, “Anisotropy Effects in the Axial Crash Behavior of Advanced High-Strength Steels,” Proc. International Symposium on New Developments in Advanced High-Strength Sheet Steels, Vail, Colorado, USA, p. 63-70, June 2013.

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