DOI:  10.1007/s11661-002-0059-8  Effect of composition and austenite deformation on the transformation characteristics of low-carbon and ultralow-carbon microalloyed steels
Author: Cizek, P..  v. 33  no. 5, pp. 1331- 1349
ISSN:  1073-5623  EISSN:  1543-1940 
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