Miller, Brett A.
May 2000
Advanced Materials & Processes;May2000, Vol. 157 Issue 5, p43
Academic Journal
Discusses the failure analysis of steel wire ropes. Mechanical properties and chemical composition of wire ropes; Factors and considerations for investigation of failures.


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