Correction to: Dynamic Response Analysis of Large Arch-Roof Oil Tank Subjected to the Coupling Impact of Two-Source Blast Waves Based on Finite Element Method

Published on Feb 7, 2020in Journal of Failure Analysis and Prevention
· DOI :10.1007/S11668-020-00833-W
Guohua Chen6
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Fan Wang + 1 AuthorsKun Hu1
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In the original version of the article, some of the entries in Table 12 were misaligned. Following is the corrected table:
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