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R-6. K.S. Raghavan and J. Hu, “Strain Rate and Orientation Effects on Fracture Strain Limits in Advanced High Strength Steel, IDDRG 2018, IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering 418, 2018. 012081; 

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