Tension Impact Testing

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Tension Impact Testing

The Structural Engineer
Tension Impact Testing
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Vivian, A C

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The paper describes two testing machines. A fullsize prototype has already been made of one of these and a demonstration model is also available. A demonstration model only is available for the other. A.C. Vivian

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