Welding and the British shipbuilding industry: a major constraint

Johnman, L. and Murphy, H. 2004. Welding and the British shipbuilding industry: a major constraint. in: Harding, R. (ed.) The Royal Navy, 1930-1990: innovation and defense London, UK Frank Cass.

Chapter titleWelding and the British shipbuilding industry: a major constraint
AuthorsJohnman, L. and Murphy, H.
EditorsHarding, R.
Book titleThe Royal Navy, 1930-1990: innovation and defense
Year2004
PublisherFrank Cass
Publication dates
Published2004
Place of publicationLondon, UK
SeriesCass Series
ISBN0714657107
Journal citation(30), pp. 89-116

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