by University of Cambridge, Department of Engineering .
Written in English
Title from cover.
|Statement||[Philip Sargent, Hugh Shercliff, Bob Wood].|
|Series||Cambridge University Department of Engineering technical report -- CUED/C-MATS/TR.206|
|Contributions||Shercliff, H. R., Wood, Robert., University of Cambridge. Engineering Department.|
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