The Study on the Migration of Carbon in T23/T91 Dissimilar Metal Welds for Boiler

Published on Nov 30, 2014
· DOI :10.12656/JKSHT.2014.27.6.288
Ki-Duck Park , Byong-Ho Jung , Chang-Yong Kang1
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