Modelling machining of FRP composites

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Modelling machining of FRP composites. / Abena, Alessandro; Kahwash, Fadi; Essa, Khamis.

Advances in Machining of Composite Materials: Conventional and Non-conventional Processes. ed. / Islam Shyha; Dehong Huo. 1. ed. Springer, 2021. p. 101-127 (Engineering Materials(ENG.MAT.)).

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Harvard

Abena, A, Kahwash, F & Essa, K 2021, Modelling machining of FRP composites. in I Shyha & D Huo (eds), Advances in Machining of Composite Materials: Conventional and Non-conventional Processes. 1 edn, Engineering Materials(ENG.MAT.), Springer, pp. 101-127. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-71438-3_5

APA

Abena, A., Kahwash, F., & Essa, K. (2021). Modelling machining of FRP composites. In I. Shyha, & D. Huo (Eds.), Advances in Machining of Composite Materials: Conventional and Non-conventional Processes (1 ed., pp. 101-127). (Engineering Materials(ENG.MAT.)). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-71438-3_5

Vancouver

Abena A, Kahwash F, Essa K. Modelling machining of FRP composites. In Shyha I, Huo D, editors, Advances in Machining of Composite Materials: Conventional and Non-conventional Processes. 1 ed. Springer. 2021. p. 101-127. (Engineering Materials(ENG.MAT.)). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-71438-3_5

Author

Abena, Alessandro ; Kahwash, Fadi ; Essa, Khamis. / Modelling machining of FRP composites. Advances in Machining of Composite Materials: Conventional and Non-conventional Processes. editor / Islam Shyha ; Dehong Huo. 1. ed. Springer, 2021. pp. 101-127 (Engineering Materials(ENG.MAT.)).

Bibtex

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