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Determination of Time Dependent Stress Distribution on Potato Tubers at Mechanical Collision

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Determination of Time Dependent Stress Distribution on Potato Tubers at Mechanical Collision. / Celik, H Kursat; Cinar, Recep; Rennie, Allan Edward Watson; Ulmeanu, Mihaela-Elena; Akinci, Ibrahim.

CIGR 2018: XIX World Congress of CIGR: "Sustainable Life for Children". ed. / Ibrahim Akinci; Erdem Aykas; Özden Güngör . Antalya, Turkey, 2018. p. 123 OP-081 [Section VI: Bioprocesses].

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Celik, HK, Cinar, R, Rennie, AEW, Ulmeanu, M-E & Akinci, I 2018, Determination of Time Dependent Stress Distribution on Potato Tubers at Mechanical Collision. in I Akinci, E Aykas & Ö Güngör (eds), CIGR 2018: XIX World Congress of CIGR: "Sustainable Life for Children"., OP-081 [Section VI: Bioprocesses], Antalya, Turkey, pp. 123.

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Celik, H. K., Cinar, R., Rennie, A. E. W., Ulmeanu, M-E., & Akinci, I. (2018). Determination of Time Dependent Stress Distribution on Potato Tubers at Mechanical Collision. In I. Akinci, E. Aykas, & Ö. Güngör (Eds.), CIGR 2018: XIX World Congress of CIGR: "Sustainable Life for Children" (pp. 123). [OP-081 [Section VI: Bioprocesses]].

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Celik HK, Cinar R, Rennie AEW, Ulmeanu M-E, Akinci I. Determination of Time Dependent Stress Distribution on Potato Tubers at Mechanical Collision. In Akinci I, Aykas E, Güngör Ö, editors, CIGR 2018: XIX World Congress of CIGR: "Sustainable Life for Children". Antalya, Turkey. 2018. p. 123. OP-081 [Section VI: Bioprocesses]

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Celik, H Kursat ; Cinar, Recep ; Rennie, Allan Edward Watson ; Ulmeanu, Mihaela-Elena ; Akinci, Ibrahim. / Determination of Time Dependent Stress Distribution on Potato Tubers at Mechanical Collision. CIGR 2018: XIX World Congress of CIGR: "Sustainable Life for Children". editor / Ibrahim Akinci ; Erdem Aykas ; Özden Güngör . Antalya, Turkey, 2018. pp. 123

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