By H. Cerjak
This 6th quantity within the Mathematical Modelling of Weld Phenomena sequence records the court cases of the 6th foreign Seminar at the Numerical research of Weldability, held in October 2001, Austria
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B0784 Mathematical modelling of weld phenomena 6 by H. Cerjak