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Works under MDS 620.1121
- Finite Element Analysis: Thermomechanics of Solids by David W. Nicholson
- Materials for high temperature power generation and process plant applications : proceedings of the session on high temperature power plant and process plant applications from the Institute of Materials Materials Congress '98, Frontiers in Materials Science and Technology by A. Strang
- Ultra-high temperature materials. a comprehensive guide and reference book / I, Carbon (graphene/graphite) and refractory metals by Igor L. Shabalin
- Statistical Mechanics for Thermophysical Property Calculations (Book/Disk) by R. L. Rowley
- Pulp and Paper Industry in O.E.C.D.Member Countries by Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development
- Quantitative microscopy of high temperature materials by A. Strang
- Lifetime modelling of high temperature corrosion processes proceedings of an EFC Workshop 2001 by European Federation of National Associations Representing producers and applicators of specialist building products for Concrete
- Protective systems for high temperature applications from theory to industrial implementation by M Schütze
- High-temperature Structural Materials by Robert Cahn
- Advanced Materials and Structures for Extreme Operating Conditions by Jacek J. Skrzypek
- The Finite Element Method for Three-Dimensional Thermomechanical Applications by Guido Dhondt
- Thermophysical Properties of Materials by G. Grimvall
- Stochastic modeling of thermal fatigue crack growth by Vasile Radu
- Ice-structure interaction : IUTAM-IAHR Symposium, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, 1989 by S. J. Jones
- High temperature deformation and fracture of materials by Junshan Zhang
- The chemistry of transition metal carbides and nitrides by S.T. Oyama
- High temperature component life assessment by G. A. Webster
- Developments in High Temperature Corrosion and Protection of Materials by Wei Gao
- Lasergenerieren von metall-keramik-Verbundwerkstoffen by Maren Petersen
- Prozessorientierte Analyse der induktiven Skull-Melting-Technologie bei Verwendung eines Transistorumrichters by Torge Behrens
- Standardisation of Thermal Cycling Exposure Testing (Efc53) (European Federation of Corrosion) by M Schütze
- 7th International Symposium on High-Temperature Metallurgical Processing : proceedings of a symposium sponsored by the Pyrometallurgy Committee of the Extraction and Processing Division (EPD) of the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) held during TMS 2016, 145th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, February 14-18 Downtown Nashville, Tennessee, Music City Center by Jiann-Yang Hwang
- 8th International Symposium on High-Temperature Metallurgical Processing by Jiann-Yang Hwang
- Modeling high temperature materials behavior for structural analysis. Part I, Continuum mechanics foundations and constitutive models by Konstantin Naumenko
- High temperature structures and materials : proceedings of the third Symposium on Naval Structural Mechanics held at Columbia University, New York, N.Y., January 23-25, 1963
- High temperature corrosion and protection of materials 7 : selected, peer reviewed papers from 7th International Symposium on High Temperature Corrosion and Protection of Materials, Les Embiez, France, May 18-23, 2008 by Pierre Steinmetz
- 5th International Symposium on High-Temperature Metallurgical Processing proceedings of a symposium sponsored by The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) held during TMS 2014, 143rd Annual Meeting & Exhibition, February 16-20, 2014, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, California, USA by Tao Jiang
- Finite Element Method in Thermomechanics by Tai-Ran Hsu
- Harmonization of Testing Practice for High Temperature Materials (Near Ispra, It) by M.S. Loveday
- Thermal Decomposition of Solids and Melts: New Thermochemical Approach to the Mechanism, Kinetics and Methodology (Hot Topics in Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry) by Boris V. L'vov
- Asm Speciality Handbook: Heat Resistant Materials (Asm Specialty Handbook) by Joseph R. Davis
- B0443 Characterisation of high temperature materials-Microstructural Characterisation (matsci) by E. Metcalfe
- High Temperature Electronics (Electronic Materials Series) by Magnus Willander
- Thermal stresses, with applications to airplanes, missiles, turbines and nuclear reactors by Buford Echols Gatewood
- 6th International Symposium on High Temperature Metallurgical Processing : proceedings of a symposium sponsored by the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) held during TMS 2015, 144th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, March, 15-19, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida, USA by Tao Jiang
- Pragmatic Introduction To The Finite Element Method For Thermal And Stress Analysis, A by Petr Krysl
- Thermal Stresses -- Advanced Theory and Applications (Solid Mechanics and Its Applications) by Richard B. Hetnarski
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