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ON PHYSICAL RELIABILITY IN THE THEORY OF PLASTICITY
FATIGUE OF LOW-CARBON AND LOW-ALLOYED STEELS FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY. PART 1. THE INFLUENCE OF STRESS CONCENTRATION AND FRETTING ON FATIGUE LIFE OF FULL-SCALE AUTOMOBILE WHEELS AND SPECIMENS
ON THE DETERMINATION OF THE STRESS STATE OF A SOLID CYLINDER IN TENSION WITH TORSION
STRENGTH OF A COMPOSITE SHEET MATERIAL IN IMPACT TENSION*
FRICTIONAL FATIGUE OF A POLYMER IN FRICTION ON STEEL
STRESS STATE OF STRUCTURAL MEMBERS IN THE ZONE OF CRACKED STRESS CONCENTRATORS UNDER VARIOUS LOADING MODES
EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF THE INFLUENCE OF STRUCTURAL PARAMETERS ON THE BEHAVIOR OF GLASS-FIBER REINFORCED POLYPROPYLENE COMPOSITES
MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF THE RHEOLOGICAL BEHAVIOR OF SUPERPLASTIC MATERIALS IN THE PROCESSES OF LOCAL SHAPING
EFFECT OF CYCLIC LOADING ON CRACK TIP OPENING DISPLACEMENT IN AMG6 ALLOY
ON THE EFFECT OF LOADING SYSTEM RIGIDITY ON STRAIN RESISTANCE AND THE FRACTURE OF ALLOY SPECIMENS ON DEEP COOLING
SECOND-ORDER RESONANCE OF A PLATE WITH LONG DEFECTS OF INTEGRITY
THREE-DIMENSIONAL WEIGHT FUNCTION FOR THE PROBLEM OF THERMOELASTICITY FOR A STRIPLIKE CRACK
DYNAMICS OF UNIAXIAL TENSION OF A VISCOELASTIC STRAIN-HARDENING BODY IN A SYSTEM WITH ONE DEGREE OF FREEDOM. PART 4. ACTION OF AN EXTERNAL FORCE ON A COMPOUND BODY