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THERMOMECHANICAL MODELS OF IRREVERSIBLE FINITE DEFORMATION OF ANISOTROPIC SOLIDS
SEMIANALYTIC FINITE-ELEMENT METHOD IN CONTINUUM CREEP FRACTURE MECHANICS PROBLEMS FOR COMPLEX-SHAPED SPATIAL BODIES AND RELATED SYSTEMS. PART 2. ANALYSIS OF RELIABILITY OF THE RESULTS AND EFFICIENCY OF THE METHOD, AND ALGORITHMS FOR SOLVING THE PROBLEMS
INFLUENCE OF LONG-TERM OPERATION ON THE TOUGHNESS OF 17GS PIPELINE STEEL
ON ULTIMATE DAMAGE OF MATERIAL IN THE STRESS CONCENTRATOR ZONE
INVESTIGATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRAINS IN THE CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC PLANES AND THE FATIGUE LIFE OF MONOCRYSTALS OF MOLYBDENUM
ON THE EFFICIENCY OF USING DAMPING CHARACTERISTICS OF STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS FOR DAMAGE DIAGNOSTICS
BRITTLE MIXED-MODE (I+II) FRACTURE
INVESTIGATION OF THE STRESSED STATE AND EDGE EFFECTS IN A THREE-LAYER CYLINDER
ON TRANSVERSE VIBRATION OF AIRCRAFT LANDING GEAR
THE ULTIMATE STATE OF A PIPELINE SUBJECTED TO PITTING-CORROSION
PREDICTION OF THE WARM PRESTRESSING EFFECT ON AN INCREASE IN THE BRITTLE STRENGTH OF CRACK-CONTAINING HEAT-RESISTANT STRUCTURAL STEELS. PART 1. MODEL AND PROCEDURE OF CALCULATING THE WARM PRESTRESSING EFFECT
PHYSICO-PHENOMENOLOGICAL MODEL OF METAL RESISTANCE TO PLASTIC DEFORMATION FOR THE CALCULATION OF THE PROCESSES OF METAL PLASTIC WORKING. PART 1. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM AND DERIVATION OF THE GENERAL EQUATION
STUDIES ON THE STRENGTH AND PLASTICITY OF Ti–Nb-BASED LAMINATED COMPOSITES IN A TEMPERATURE RANGE OF 290–1700 K
PREDICTION OF HIGH-TEMPERATURE LONG-TERM STRENGTH FOR DAMAGED STRUCTURES
A MODEL OF QUASIBRITTLE FRACTURE CAUSED BY PULSED LOADING*
PROCEDURE AND RESULTS OF INVESTIGATION INTO FATIGUE STRENGTH CHARACTERISTICS OF MOTORCYCLE ENGINE CRANKSHAFTS