L-6.  T. M. Link, “Tensile Shear Spot Weld Fatigue of Advanced High Strength Steels,” Paper presented at the 45th MWSP Conference, Page 345, Vol. XLI (2003).

This paper is not currently found on the internet, but a related paper where this was referenced and also co-authored by T. Link can be found here.

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