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  • F. Balıkoğlu
  • O. İnal
  • N. Arslan
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Experimental investigation on low-velocity impact response of wood skinned sandwich composites with different core configurations. / Demircioğlu, T. K.; Balıkoğlu, F.; İnal, O.; Arslan, N.; Ay, ; Ataş, A.

In: Materials Today Communications, Vol. 17, 01.12.2018, p. 31-39.

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Demircioğlu, T. K. ; Balıkoğlu, F. ; İnal, O. ; Arslan, N. ; Ay, ; Ataş, A. / Experimental investigation on low-velocity impact response of wood skinned sandwich composites with different core configurations. In: Materials Today Communications. 2018 ; Vol. 17. pp. 31-39.

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